Newsroom Live – 14 January, 2013
Monday 14th January 2013, 9:34AM GMT.
The condition of Guernsey’s roads has made the news recently, and today we’ll be digging deeper to find the extent of the problem, which is highlighted in today’s Press by Deputy Tony Spruce.
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Meanwhile we’ll be keeping an ear to the ground on any traffic hold-ups caused by the closures of Mount Row and the Gibauderie in St Peter Port.
We’ll be going along to the new Guernsey Housing Assocation project at the former Boys’ Grammar School in Brock Road, where demolition is well under way on the old buildings.
We’re visiting La Mare de Carteret School where two pupils have won a poster competition organised by the Guernsey Camerata, and seeing how fire fighters get on in a special Weight Wise event where they are being shown how to cook.
And we’ll be finding out what is happening at Rue des Freres cemetery in St Peter Port.
Heather Watson is through to the second round of the women’s competition at the Australian Open and tomorrow’s sports pages will have local reaction to her achievement.
There’s a report on the Panthers netball team’s trip to Guildford and previews of the big Priaulx League football matches taking place tomorrow night.
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