Further delay to La Mare ‘will end up costing more’

Do we have enough pupils to warrant four state senior schools? The debate over La Mare de Carteret School’s redevelopment continues. (Picture by Adrian Miller, 8200531)

INFLICTING more delay on redeveloping the ‘sub-standard’ La Mare schools will only cost the States in the long run, it was warned by one of the deputies who voted through the existing and now-under-attack secondary school policy.

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Town planters ‘look like Lego bricks’


DEPUTIES and members of the public have branded new plastic planters along Albert Pier as ‘Lego-like’, ‘ugly’ and ‘out of touch’ with the St Peter Port theme.

‘No lives will be put at risk’


MOVING coastguard calls to the Joint Emergency Services Control Centre will provide greater resilience and manpower to deal with major incidents and will not put lives at risk, the harbour master has said.