La Mare students ‘feel like the poor relative’


PUPILS of La Mare de Carteret High feel ‘treated unfairly and very much the poor relative’, parents and teachers warned as they made a last-ditch call for deputies to support the long-awaited £60m. rebuild plans.

Value for money is tourism key

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GUERNSEY will never be a budget destination, but it can still be competitive, the director of marketing and tourism has said.

No extra Liberation Day


A BANK holiday has not been set aside to celebrate the 70th Liberation Day next year due to an ‘absence of any requests to do so’, according to Culture and Leisure.

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Cheshire Home: we need £330k

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GUERNSEY’S Cheshire Home has launched a major new fundraising appeal as it looks to address a huge shortfall in revenue.

Rethink width, emissions tax, says GMTA

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‘TINKERING’ with controversial width and emission tax proposals is not an option, the motor trade warned yesterday as it called for a radical rethink of Guernsey’s transport strategy.