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.
Guernsey Police are appealing for information after the body of a British national was discovered floating off the coast of Brecqhou
Tourism Chiefs unveiled a new “balls to the wall” advertising campaign today which, they say, will aggressively market Guernsey as “bloody brilliant” and everywhere else as “shite”.
The Public Services Department has expressed surprise at Islanders’ angry reaction to news that it plans to close every single road “for essential maintenance work”
The Policy Council yesterday moved to play down expectations that the Island would adopt a new population management regime before the universe has diminished to a state of maximum entropy in a trillion trillion trillion years’ time
The continued existence of Sark last night served to confirm reports that the Seigneur’s last, desperate gamble to stop the island falling into the hands of his enemies had failed
In a development that has shocked its double-digit population, Jethou has been forced to close one of its nine daily newspapers
The reclusive boss of local super-bakery Warry’s yesterday took to the stage at the annual Bakers’ Expo event at Beau Sejour to launch a new subset of baked goods that he said would “revolutionise” the industry
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