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  1. Condor sailings expected to get back on track today
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  5. Developers say plan risks homes and jobs

Housing keen on social element of new-builds

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IT IS not unreasonable for the States to benefit from large private housing developments in order to help those struggling to afford properties, the deputy Housing minister has said.

Children to get Liberation mugs

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PRIMARY school children in the Bailiwick will receive a commemorative enamel mug to mark the 70th anniversary of the Liberation.

Developers say plan risks homes and jobs

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HOUSE building will grind to a halt, putting hundreds of jobs at risk, if the draft Island Development Plan is adopted, a host of leading developers, builders and architects have warned.

Residents object to concrete chamber

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‘SAVE the Belle Greve view’ was the rallying cry from a group of concerned neighbours who yesterday warned that an imposing new concrete chamber would affect thousands of islanders.

Surgery raid defended by police chief

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GUERNSEY’S Police Chief personally travelled to Alderney yesterday to defend the force’s search of a GP’s surgery in the wake of allegations the operation had been ‘heavy-handed’.