A former barrister is appointed as President of the States of Alderney after the only other candidate pulls out.Read the full story ›
It is after members complained that there was not enough time between Stuart Trought stepping down and the proposed election date.Read the full story ›
It could be rather cloudy, perhaps a few sunny periods too; these mainly around tomorrow morning.Read the full story ›
Cheering up this afternoon. Sophia has the latest forecastRead the full story ›
A plan to streamline Alderney States' Policy and Finance Committee, from 10 members to a maximum of five, was rejected last night.Read the full story ›
A number of islanders in Alderney have spoken in favour of reducing the number of politicians on the Policy and Finance Committee.Read the full story ›
Four Alderney States Members are calling for fewer politicians to be in charge of Policy and Finance.Read the full story ›
Concerns have been raised about the lack of female representation in the new Alderney government.
Following the election this weekend, Ms Paris has raised concerned about the levels of female representation on the island.
Norma Paris, who was elected to the Alderney States in 2014, is the only female States member.
All four newcomers elected to Alderney's government over the weekend are male.
There is now a 9:1 ratio of men to women in the government.
Speaking exclusively to ITV News, Norma Paris said:
Only 10% of States members are female. That puts us level with Botswana and Korea.
We're also way behind Afghanistan and Pakistan, so we have a bit to do I think.
The government insist that they will be representative for Alderney, offering a different kind of politics to what the island is used to.
Candidates in the Alderney elections faced questioning last night, with many islanders expressing their concern over transport.Read the full story ›
Eleven of the thirteen candidates for the Alderney States elections will face questions from the public tonight.Read the full story ›