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DAIRY industry overhaul scraps fixed milk price; 'I did it for mum' - cyclist dedicates Commonwealth Games debut to her late mum on her birthday; Condor calls on second freight ferry to target backlog; and States told to cut pay costs to help tackle island's deficit.

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NEW rights for children born to Guernsey families as population vote goes through; charter ferry gets food back on supermarket shelves; island-wide voting is rejected by States; and tributes paid to former St Andrew's head.

PAC wants to be in on HSSD funding probe


A REQUEST for the Public Accounts Committee to join a probe into why a Health and Social Services ICT project needed an extra £600,000 to stop it stalling has been put forward by its chairwoman.

Education Department review 'won't be soft option'


A THOROUGH investigation of the entire Education Department will take place at the start of next year, but a body has not yet been appointed to carry out that work, Minister Robert Sillars told the States yesterday.

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SURE and JT are savaged in survey; calls for constable to resign over Town manager row; and racing driver recovers after serious crash in Belgium.

Longue Hougue repairs 'urgent'


URGENT repairs are needed to the rock armour at Longue Hougue – the chosen home for Guernsey’s new waste infrastructure – to help avoid ‘catastrophic’ failure to the site’s defences.