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
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.
Herm residents were up in arms this week over proposals to build an extra floor on top of the former post office on Smith Street, which, if approved, would permanently obscure their view of Ann’s Place.
Astonishing new documents suggest that the people of Guernsey were responsible for the goodies winning in the Second World War
Living history enthusiasts Past It! will this weekend unveil their latest interactive visitor experience in the shape of an authentic, 18th Century house of ill-repute situated in the heart of St Peter Port
After spending most of Half Term playing outside a wartime bunker, two local children are still wondering whether there’s a German helmet in there.
Local historians are grappling with a “difficult and potentially painful notion” as discovery mounts of new evidence that the total subjugation and ownership of Guernsey may not after all have been Hitler’s ultimate wartime objective.