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Cycling safety message too real to ignore

ANYONE reading our story this week of the astonishing recovery of cyclist Jo Watts after a potentially life-threatening road crash will be amazed at her powers of recuperation.

Taking down the barriers to adoption

THE ‘glacial pace’ of social reform in Guernsey – as one deputy put it – has the opportunity to pick up speed next month when proposals to change the adoption law are presented.

Helping at the heart of the crisis

AS Nepal continues to reel from its second earthquake in only three weeks, Guernsey can be proud to know it is playing a part in helping people struggling to survive the devastation.

Cycle of child abuse must be broken

A DEPRESSINGLY frank depiction of social care for children paints a picture of an under-funded, overly bureaucratic service housed in tumbledown buildings struggling to cope with rapidly expanding numbers of young people in need.

Chipping away at a gem of a Town

IF, AS the Countess of Wessex ventured, Guernsey is a jewel in the crown of the British Isles, then St Peter Port presents its finest facet.

Decisive election is right result

AFTER an extraordinary election night which confounded all the polls, the Bailiwick of Guernsey awoke this morning to consider the implications.

Royal delight highlights islands’ links

THERE’S nothing like a new baby to bring people together. And, as with the recent royal birth of the Princess of Cambridge, a whole nation and beyond – including Guernsey – has been able to feel part of the historic joy and delight.