GUERNSEY Press sports editor Rob Batiste has revealed that a serious injury he received on the football pitch landed him his first job at the newspaper.
DEALING with hundreds of islanders and picking up on their stories made Pam Pennington’s life as a Guernsey Press secretary ‘far from run-of-the-mill’.
The days when a reporter’s story on an acting-magistrate’s dreadful gaffe was squashed are long gone.
SOME years ago, two senior UK government officials who each had responsibility for an overseas territory were talking to the editor of this newspaper.
YOU only celebrate your 200th anniversary once, so you have to do it properly. And there’s no more proper way than with a specially commissioned cake.
We’re used to telling other people’s stories.
THE Guernsey Press prides itself on being the voice of the community, writes Suzanne Heneghan.
TODAY the Guernsey Press has been at the centre of our community for 200 years, writes Suzanne Heneghan. The bicentennial milestone marks not only a special birthday for the newspaper but also a significant moment for the island, as throughout the centuries we have been here to tell you Guernsey’s special and unique story. On [...]
A CHANNEL TV crew was filming at the Guernsey Press yesterday for a report to mark the newspaper’s 200th birthday.
Today’s final LOOKback birthday special flashes back to 1999 and a major change for Guernsey’s only daily newspaper….
A routine sea crossing between Sark and Guernsey in April, 1906, turned into a disaster in which 10 people lost their lives.
A 250-copy, four-page first edition on green paper was so in demand that by the end of its first month the print run was increased to 550 copies, as Damian Wrigley explains…