Newsroom Live – 5 March, 2013
Tuesday 5th March 2013, 10:30AM GMT.
We’ll be talking to the Guernsey Border Agency today in the wake of the jailing of a guest worker who oversaw a money laundering scheme in the island.
Several Eastern European people were also implicated, but they have fled the island. We’ll be getting the Border Agency’s comments on the situation.
We’re expecting a statement from the Education Department later today about last night’s meeting between it and parents of Forest Primary School pupils concerning the appointment of a joint head of Le Rondin and the Forest.
It’s also anticipated that the Forest Parent Teacher Association will comment today.
We’ll be heading up to Delancey Park during the day to see work start on new outdoor facilities for adults. The ‘adult gym’ is being built on behalf of the Admiral de Saumarez Trust and we’re keen to find out what it’s going to offer.
History lessons for toddlers is a new initiative being launched at the Guernsey Museum and Art Gallery today and we’ll be finding out more about these weekly half-hour children’s sessions.
The annual higher education fair is held at the Grammar School today, with university representatives on-hand to talk to students and parents about the options available. We’ll have a reporter and photographer there to find out how it goes.
And we’re meeting a St Saviour’s resident who’s anxious that a Monterrey pine is going to fall on her property if it’s not cut down.
Tonight is likely to see the winner of the Specsavers’ netball league division one decided, when Nerine A take on Resolution IT. There’ll be a report in tomorrow’s sports pages.
And there’ll also be an interview with the new director of cricket in Guernsey, Nik Pothas.
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