TWO former constables who were last night’s poll toppers at the Sark by-election have vowed to be the voice of the people within Chief Pleas.
RESIDENTS of Sark began to arrive this morning to vote in four new local politicians to help ‘move the island into the future’.
A FACE-TO-FACE briefing on Sark’s progress was appreciated by the UK minister with responsibility for the Channel Islands, the Commerce and Employment minister has said.
SARK’S Carnival Committee rounded off its fundraising work this year with a presentation of £41,000 at the Island Hall.
LORD McNALLY has admitted he feels a ‘sense of failure’ with Sark and has spoken about it being the only Crown Dependency that is not well-governed.
AN ECONOMIC development strategy is needed to turn around Sark’s disappointing level of business confidence, its Chamber of Commerce has said.
TWO conseillers have been temporarily ‘parachuted’ onto Sark’s Road Traffic Committee following the latest resignations from Chief Pleas.
A COUPLE who first locked eyes when they were youngsters returned to their honeymoon island to celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary.
REPRESENTATIVES from the UK’s Ministry of Justice, Guernsey and Jersey will travel to Sark in October for a series of economic development workshops.
ISLE of Sark Shipping did not break any of its licence conditions when it operated a service in rough weather, its directors have said.
RECOMMENDATIONS have been made to improve the Sark fire service.
A NEW ferry service between Alderney and Guernsey is set to launch this autumn.