Sark's government could majorly alter strict land ownership rules today.Read the full story ›
Electric bikes will be subsidised in Guernsey to help reduce pollution and to improve the health of islanders.Read the full story ›
Businesses are optimistic tourists will still come to Sark despite its Folk Festival taking a break from this year's calendar.Read the full story ›
The Royal Horticultural Society has revealed finalists in its nationwide competition, with four awards up for grabs for Jersey & Guernsey.Read the full story ›
The Chief Pleas has banned the catching of crawfish in Sark water so numbers can increase.Read the full story ›
Poor weather conditions caused a dip in the number of visitors travelling to Sark in 2017.Read the full story ›
The amount islanders pay for electricity should be cut, according to Sark's Electricity Commissioner.Read the full story ›
Sark politicians Robert Cottle, Hazel Fry & Charles Maitland have all stood as conseillers from Sark Chief Pleas.Read the full story ›
The new Seigneur of Sark, Major Christopher Beaumont, has pledged to break down divisions on the island 'bit by bit'.Read the full story ›
David Gordon-Brown, the manager of Sark Electricity, says the recommendation by the island's first electricity regular to reduce electricity prices tells "a story of betrayal".
For the past eight years the people of Sark have been betrayed by a committee of incomers with so little understanding of Sark that they expect Electricity Prices here to be comparable to their experience in the UK.
Now the Company has been betrayed by a commissioner with so little understanding of Sark that he expects the costs of producing electricity here to be comparable to his experience in the UK.