The States have decided to allow islanders to have their say on controversial plans to bring an electricity cable ashore in the island.Read the full story ›
Cancer is now the most common cause of death in the Channel Islands, according to a new report. Skin cancer accounts for 40% of all cases.Read the full story ›
Fair or fine with long sunny periods. Becoming cloudy this evening , with outbreaks of rain and mist patches by dawn.Read the full story ›
A body found in Guernsey harbour is expected to be identified today.
The remains were discovered on Sunday morning.
Police believe the body is that of a man in his 70s and but say the circumstances surrounding the death are unclear.
A post mortem examination was carried out on Monday and formal identification is set to take place on Tuesday afternoon.
Officers say the death is "not being treated as suspicious at this stage".
A Guernsey woman who was killed in a crash on Friday night has been described as a "beautiful young woman who was always full of life".Read the full story ›
Guernsey's Head of Cricket has told ITV News there has been a "great response" to the women's game in recent months.Read the full story ›
Organisers say numbers were down this year due to the bad weather the event was nonetheless a success.Read the full story ›
Breezy but sunny today, Sophia has the latest forecastRead the full story ›
A photograph of two islanders, who were killed in a car crash in Guernsey on Friday night, has been release by their families.
27-year-old Stuart Moorat and 25-year-old Georgina Le Prevost died in a collision on the Perelle coast road.
Police are continuing to investigate the cause of the collision and are appealing for information from anyone who saw the couple at a wedding reception they had attended that evening.
Police enquiries are ongoing and we would again ask that anyone who saw the couple at a wedding reception on Friday evening, and in particular anyone who saw them leave, contact Sergeant Tom Marshall on 725111.
Guernsey's Alastair Chalmers and Sam Culverwell will bring home gold and silver medals from the Commonwealth Youth Games in the Caribbean.Read the full story ›