ALDERNEY’S Chamber of Commerce president has called for modernisation of the island’s government structure.
CHILDREN at St Anne’s School sent two messages in bottles out across the Channel as part of a writing exercise – and were thrilled to receive responses from both France and Devon.
ALDERNEY States members invited Paul Arditti to pretend he had stepped down from the Policy Committee of his own accord – if he agreed to resign without a fight.
SEVEN of Alderney’s nine standing politicians have put their names to a motion to oust Policy Committee leader Paul Arditti from office.
ALDERNEY’S newest States Member said he hoped to inject ‘a little common sense’ into the island’s government.
ALDERNEY’S Beavers, Cubs and Scouts proudly led a procession of some 500 youngsters in St Peter Port for the annual St George’s Day parade.
RESIDENTS are being encouraged to compost at home as the green waste section at the Impot fills up due to there being no functioning green waste shredder at the facility.
THE Alderney States vet was ordered to keep her dog muzzled and leashed in all public places after she pleaded guilty to failing to restrain it.
RELATIONS with France have taken another step forward with a visit by the president of Basse Normandie announced for 3 May.
RESIDENTS will face either higher taxation or the postponement of current capital projects if the Policy Committee finally agrees to contribute towards building a community pool.
FRIENDS and relatives of the submariners who died onboard HMS Affray in 1951 laid wreaths at a memorial in Alderney yesterday.
CALLS have been made to remove radioactive waste dumped in the sea north of Alderney.
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