Newsroom Live – 4 January, 2013
Friday 4th January 2013, 9:48AM GMT.
Today we’ll be continuing to pursue stories about the ward closures at the Princess Elizabeth Hospital.
Deputy Mike Hadley has submitted written questions to the Health and Social Services Department, and we also expect to hear from Unite union representative Bob Lanning who is due to talk to nurses today.
And after some of the wettest weather on record the latest water storage statistics are due to be released. We’ll have a summary in tomorrow’s Press.
Guernsey’s biking fraternity takes to the roads later today, to pay tribute to fellow biker Reg Gallie, who died recently.
The ride, which has been given police approval, begins at the Vale Castle and will go along the coast road.
After St Martin’s parish took the initiative to introduce tax discs for dog collars last year, other parishes have been following suit and today we’re catching up with these and finding out how this is working for them.
Tomorrow’s sports section includes Rob Batiste’s weekly Inside Track column, which this week looks at the selection of table tennis players for the Guernsey Commonwealth Games team, and how a complaint against the selectors played out.
There’s also news of how Guernsey FC has come to the aid of fellow CCL Premier Division team Colliers Wood, who have been having serious problems with their home ground of late. There’s also news of the Green Lions’ lineup for tomorrow’s away game with Molesey.
And there’s a look ahead to tomorrow’s home tie for the Guernsey Rugby Club, who take on CS Rugby 1863 at Footes Lane.
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