LAST GASP! It’s a headline writer’s dream that is raising no smiles among supporters of the anti-smoking charity that is closing through lack of funds.
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FOR what seems like months, the team behind the unstoppable Guernsey FC machine have been urging the island and its fans to ‘Believe’.
AFTER two public dressing downs over how it handles difficult pupils Education has opted not to publish a report into its strategy.
It might not be Liberation Day where his cousin is, but Emile is making him feel at home with his monthly letter in which he wonders how a head of law enforcement with a city background will tackle the problem of law and order in feudal Sark and how a policy of selling off States [...]
AS THE dust settles on the manual workers’ pay deal the obvious question is what will this mean for the island’s finances.
‘STATES manual workers win pay fight’ ran the rather unequivocal headline on one local news website yesterday shortly after the 2.1% pay deal was announced.
STATES members’ pay has tied deputies in such knots it may take years to unravel.
TRUST, once lost, is very hard to regain.
GUERNSEY’S Home minister wants to draw a veil over the AFR Advocates affair. He has better things to do and, anyway, it’s all a media [code for Guernsey Press] invention, he sighs.
THANKS to Public Services’s lack of prowess with a calculator, islanders have now been introduced to a new phrase: optimism bias.
WRITING in our letters section earlier this month, Deputy Tony Spruce expressed extreme concern about the island’s proposed refuse initiative and he had this to say:
AN EXTENDED question time in the States yesterday saw the Health minister under some pressure over the safety and costs issues that have been raised regarding accident and emergency cover at the Princess Elizabeth Hospital.
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