Guernsey hosted a summit with Jersey and Ille et Villaine region in Brittany today to discuss transport, tourism and educational programmes.Read the full story ›
Representatives from Jersey and the departmental council of Ille et Vilaine will meet in Guernsey today for the annual political summit.Read the full story ›
Islanders will hold a minute's silence today to remember the victims of last year's London Bridge terrorist attacks.Read the full story ›
A new association in Jersey has been launched to help non-British people integrate when they move to the island.Read the full story ›
A Guernsey businessman, who almost died in a high speed motorbike crash, is now competing to be the World's fastest man on sand.Read the full story ›
The supermarket chain said it was opting to remove the ingredient from its foods by the end of 2018 warning that it drives deforestation.Read the full story ›
A Jersey woman has become the oldest person in the world to complete a two-way swim across the English Channel.Read the full story ›
Repairs to the Fermain Sea Wall are likely to cost around £600,000 according to Guernsey's Environment & Infrastructure Committee.Read the full story ›
Plans to look into funding overseas aid in Guernsey through only voluntary donations, rather than from taxes have been defeated.Read the full story ›
Overseas Aid could become voluntary in Guernsey, if a move by two politicians gets support at the end of the month.
Currently the £2,960,000 Overseas Aid Commission budget comes from general taxation.
Deputy Lester Queripel is asking for a review into whether the budget for the Overseas Aid Commission should come from voluntary donations.
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