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Vitesse men fight tougher sentences call

AN APPEAL court in Caen, Normandy yesterday heard legal arguments for and against a demand for more severe sentences to be imposed on the two Condor bridge officers found guilty last year of the manslaughter of Norman fisherman Philippe Lesaulnier.

‘Risky’ launch of Condor remembered


THE two Guernsey families who founded Condor 50 years ago have spoken of the affection they still hold for the company as it marked half a century on the local sea routes.

Condor’s settlement leaves risks

NOW that the dust is beginning to settle on the strike action taken by Condor staff in St Malo, the fallout raises some questions about the future of the ferry service. What, if anything, can the operator do to limit the potential for a repeat performance?

Mutiny on the Rapide


A MUTINY has broken out as Condor staff have commandeered the Rapide and refused to release it until their demands were met.

Holiday should start the minute you board ferry

James Fulford

Have you been a ‘guest’ of Condor this summer? James Falla finds out why James Fulford, the ferry firm’s new CEO, believes in the islands, believes in tourism and wants your sea trip to become part of your holiday...