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Crowdfunding set for listing on broader CISE

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JON MOULTON, chairman of the Channel Islands Securities Exchange, has announced his intention to grow its activities significantly over the next year, with plans including the listing of crowdfunding schemes.

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Rovers take on holders at Port Soif

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THEY come up against the holders tomorrow, but Rovers start their Guernsey FA Cup campaign as arguably the favourites to progress from the ‘group of death’.

Jersey Classic’s improved status pleases Simpson

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DEFENDING Jersey Squash Classic champion Chris Simpson is delighted that an increased prize fund of $25,000 will make the 2015 edition a PSA international level event and it will be played on an all-glass court in Fort Regent.

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Alderney holds 69th Homecoming Day

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ALDERNEY residents recalled arriving home after five long years of wartime evacuation in a day filled with events to mark the historic occasion.

Alderney flights warning

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AURIGNY has warned that passengers, bags or freight may have to be offloaded from Alderney flights because of fuel restrictions in the island.

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Film axe no cave-in, says Sony boss

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The head of Sony Pictures has insisted the studio has "not caved" over the decision to cancel the release of a movie about a plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

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Sizzling Steyn seals Windies misery

Dale Steyn's bowling caused West Indies to collapse to a heavy defeat

Dale Steyn claimed a six-wicket haul as South Africa tore through West Indies' batting order to secure victory in the opening Test by an innings and 220 runs.

Clubs face salary cap probe: Report

Saracens and Bath could be in breach of the salary cap

Aviva Premiership clubs Saracens and Bath are both being investigated for alleged salary cap breaches, according to a report in Saturday's Daily Mail.

Johnson sets up Australia win

Mitchell Johnson played a key role In Australia's win

Mitchell Johnson and Chris Rogers played key roles as Australia wrapped up a four-wicket victory over India within four days of the second Test in Brisbane.