The team behind Guernsey Futu have decided to close down the site after receiving bronze at last night’s Guernsey Satire Awards.
Sky Guernsey launches tomorrow, after the world’s largest satellite broadcaster, BSkyB, decided to capitalise on the runaway success of Sky Atlantic with a new, subscription-only channel aimed squarely at the people of Guernsey.
In a development that has shocked its double-digit population, Jethou has been forced to close one of its nine daily newspapers
Herm residents report that a band of ancient skeletons have ended their short reign of terror and left the island on a quest to find the Golden Fleece
Ever wondered what it was like to socialise with your friends in the early 21st century, when Islanders would routinely hit the town, consume their own body weight in alcohol, send a drunken text to their ex-partner and throw up outside Vlad’s?
The Island was at a loss for words yesterday after the Lieutenant Governor unveiled the winning entry in the States’ controversial Redesign the Guernsey Flag competition
Martin Storey, Allister Langlois, Peter Gillson, Mike Garrett and Charles Le Messurier. If these names mean nothing to you, then you’re not alone
The Public Services Department has today defended controversial plans to remove the seven miles of cliff that comprises the bottom of the Island, saying that the high-altitude coastline represents too much of a safety hazard
The Policy Council was left struggling to explain itself last night after it became apparent that Castel is still controlled by German forces loyal to the Third Reich.
The toy giant Mattel has today issued a product recall notice after a six year old boy was seriously injured whilst playing with a Mighty Debatin’ States Members action figure.