A NEW ferry service between Alderney and Guernsey is set to launch this autumn.
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SOLAR energy panels can now be fitted on the roof of the Sark School and Community Centre.
THIS YEAR’S Sark Folk Festival has been described as ‘a real success’ with £3,000 being raised for charity.
FEARS are mounting that a bleak future lies ahead for Sark’s children unless drastic action is taken to reverse the island’s fortunes.
A REGISTER of potential conflicts of interests at Sark’s Chief Pleas would help to instil confidence in its members, according to one conseiller.
ORGANISERS battled through yesterday’s foggy and damp conditions to put the finishing touches to this year’s sell-out Sark Folk Festival.
CHIEF Pleas will operate without a chairman at the helm of its leading committee until major government reforms arrive in Sark.
MEMBERS of Sark’s General Purposes and Advisory Committee will ask Chief Pleas to suspend rules requiring them to appoint a new chairman.
TENDERING for cruise ships and wildlife tours along Guernsey’s southeast coast are two new business areas being introduced by Isle of Sark Shipping, it has announced.
A SARK resident who has raised about £100,000 in the past 50 years for the island’s marine ambulances was presented with a special award yesterday in recognition of her efforts.
SARK’S decision to appoint a senior administrator is the ‘first step’ towards strengthening good governance in the island, the UK minister with responsibility for the Crown Dependencies has said.
SARK is a step closer to an administration fit for the 21st century after Chief Pleas approved the appointment of a senior administrator, a General Purposes and Advisory Committee member has said.