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
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
Specsavers yesterday spoke of their irritation that the Guernsey public had yet to form a simplistic and caricatured view of its employees in the way that they have public servants and people who work in the finance industry
The world breathed a sigh of relief yesterday as the Island’s millionth Advocate, Sam Mainliner, was called to the Bar.
In a letter to the States of Guernsey, the British Union of Airline Pilots (BUAP) has blamed prolonged speculation about runway safety measures for a “serious erosion of self belief in some of our members”
A special representative to the Council for the European Union has been overheard making unguarded comments about how the EU has, in recent weeks, come to realise that Guernsey “has a serious pair of cojones”
The fearful reputation of external auditor Floyd Spout, of Gallienne, Gallienne & Gallienne Ltd, is currently being ripped to shreds by his grandmother, who has spent most of the morning telling amusing anecdotes about his younger days to grateful employees from all departments
St Peter Port – Twelve employees from Schwartz Asset Management converted to Islam en-masse this morning in a last ditch attempt to avoid another insufferable after-work drinks party with their boss, Tony Croque.
The extent of the decline of Guernsey’s dairy farming industry became apparent this week as the entire Guernsey Farmers Association travelled to their AGM on a tandem bicycle