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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.

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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.

Scarecrow festival attracts record entries


LUIS Suarez, Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood and the cast of Mrs Brown’s Boys were just some of the famous faces appearing in this year’s Torteval Scarecrow Festival.