Pavement fall leads to claim

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A GREAT-GRANDMOTHER is seeking compensation from Public Services after she tripped over a cracked pavement on the Bridge and injured her leg.

Building industry slump as Rihoy reduces staff


A QUARTER of the workforce has been laid off at one of Guernsey’s major building firms in the last year – with potentially more job losses on the horizon – as construction slowdown concerns grow.

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Island’s reputation on the line over pensions

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UNTOLD reputational damage could be inflicted on Guernsey by political attempts to force public sector pension reforms and then face years of legal challenges, a UK union figurehead has warned.

GcMaf was making a million a month

Photo By Steve Sarre 24-02-15St Pirre Park HotelGC Maf public Meeting

THE company producing GcMaf was making a million pounds a month from sales to 9,000 clients around the world, its chief executive has said.

Small bring banks to shut

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PUBLIC SERVICES will shut seven of the smaller bring bank sites, while a further 32 will go if businesses decide not to keep them open.