SUNSHINE greeted the return of the Viaer Marchi last night as the event returned in fine form to Saumarez Park.
History & Heritage
LEPROSY was just one of the details uncovered during the examination of thousands of bones found on Herm.
OCCUPATION relics have been excavated at Castle Cornet.
A MYSTERIOUS small wall, some deeply-buried breeze blocks and a curious pipe have been uncovered by archaeologists at Fort Richmond over the last week.
INVESTORS have been showing an interest in getting involved with the redevelopment of the Smith Street War Memorial.
FINAL preparations are under way to get Castle Cornet and the Fort Grey Shipwreck Museum ready to open for the season on Friday.
A REVIEW of recreation legislation could take place if islanders continue to ignore wildlife on Guernsey’s beaches, Environment has said.
A CROWD of 50 gathered to remember an ‘inspirational’ Marie Ozanne on Saturday, as a blue plaque in her memory was unveiled.
A NEW commission to promote Guernesiais is the ‘last chance saloon’ to get it right, islanders who have worked to protect the language have said.
WITHIN weeks, an Occupation relic will be gone forever.
STRICT protected building laws should be relaxed for some properties, National Trust Guernsey president Martin Ozanne has said.
A GUERNSEYMAN has recalled how his grandfather could have gone down with the Titanic if he had not lost a fight for a ticket with his cousin.