Newsroom Live – 7 January, 2013
Monday 7th January 2013, 9:20AM GMT.
Renewable energy is back in the news, with the possibility of wind turbines off Guernsey’s northern coast featuring in today’s lead story.
So we’ll be getting additional reaction to this story today, talking to those with an interest in environmental issues to see what they think of the idea.
We’ll also be trying to find out more about the story of a man who was hospitalised after he was shot in the neck by a pellet gun on Friday night.
The Guernsey Youth Service is due to undergo some changes in the near future, and we’ll be reporting on what these will mean in tomorrow’s Press.
We’ll also be pursuing the story of how Guernsey’s next census looks set to be an electronic one, and getting more details on exactly how this would work.
Work is due to start on Guernsey’s new skatepark today, and if it happens we’ll have a report and photo in tomorrow, and we’re also looking to catch up with Unite union representative Bob Lanning to talk about issues involving local nurses and bus drivers which have made the news recently.
In tomorrow’s sports pages there’s an interview with Guernsey cricket captain Stuart Le Prevost, who’s announced his retirement from the role after six years.
There’s more comment on Guernsey FC’s one-all draw with Molesey on Saturday, and a report on Guernsey snooker player Martyn Desperque’s current run of form.
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