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 vast majority of the Island’s population are expected to be honoured at tonight’s Guernsey Underachievers of the Year Awards 2011.
Local movie lovers, film buffs and even fans of John Travolta, are in for a treat as managers at the Mallard Double Bill Cinema prepare for its grand re-opening after a multi-pound refurbishment
The big screen adaptation of The Book of Ebenezer Le Page has reached the No 1 spot in every country in the world, and looks set to recoup its $500m budget in record time.
Looking for the perfect christmas gift? Guernsey Futu takes a look at 2010’s must-have items which every kid – and big kid – has been relentlessly nagging about since mid-September, the spoiled brats.
Maureen de Flem celebrated her 90th birthday in style yesterday, labelling it the “best ever” as her family arrived at her Torteval home with cards, cake and a Miller’s Antiques Price Guide.
Islanders wet each other’s pants with excitement last night after a film producer unveiled a new Guernsey-based project that he’s confident will come to nothing
Travel agent rep Sean Beard, famous among his friends for his ability to quote from a narrow repertoire of 80s and 90s films, sitcoms and sketch shows, is believed to have admitted that he has ‘run dry’
Struggling airline Bluerigny is coming under fire following the publication of the first title in its recently-relaunched Little Yellowy Plane series.
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