£190m. to update harbour

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NEARLY £190m. needs to be found to overhaul the facilities at the harbour and bring them into the 21st century, the team behind a 10-year vision for the project says.

Guernsey from the sea


MOST of us see our island home from the water only when travelling on Condor to France or the UK. Guernsey Press picture editor Peter Frankland went one better and took a boat trip close inshore for a complete circumnavigation of Guernsey’s coast. The result is two spectacular full-colour supplements, the first of which is free with your Guernsey Press today.

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La Mare neighbours fearful of disruption


DESTROYED views, noise and anti-social behaviour could blight the lives of La Mare de Carteret neighbours following the £60m. rebuild of the area’s two schools, it is feared.

Low inflation figure leads to warning


PEOPLE should not be lulled into a false sense of security over ‘historically’ low inflation figures, the head of a Chamber of Commerce  subgroup has said.

‘Sports tourism’ potential for La Mare indoor hall

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LA MARE’S proposed new indoor sports hall has the potential to attract profitable ‘sports tourism’ to the island while providing the best facilities of its kind in Guernsey, according to Education minister Robert Sillars.

Sewage strike called off


A SEWAGE strike has been averted after States Works agreed to pay truck drivers their owed bonuses.