A TEENAGER made himself a cup of tea at a property he was burgling.
A BUS hit a taxi after driving through a traffic light that was on red.
DEPUTY Arrun Wilkie ‘wrecked’ another man’s company when he merged his business with it, it was alleged in court yesterday.
THE conviction and sentencing of three men who gang-raped a woman at a Town property in August 2011 was fair, the Guernsey Court of Appeal ruled yesterday.
A POLITICIAN and a former business partner are suing eco business E-Si for alleged breach of contract.
HOUSING yesterday called on islanders to anonymously ‘snitch’ on foreign workers who were flouting housing licence laws.
TREASURY and Resources is refusing to say how much taxpayers’ money has been paid in damages and costs following an unlawful police raid on a law firm’s premises.
A HEAVY-HANDED 3am police raid on a local firm of lawyers was illegal, it was confirmed yesterday. Protracted court action against the officers involved and the chief officer of police finally came to a close after they agreed that they had acted unlawfully. Judge Russell Finch, who authorised the swoop on AFR Advocates in 2010, [...]
A BENEFIT cheat was sent to prison for three months after it was discovered he had £85,000 in the bank while claiming money from taxpayers.
A STATES-EMPLOYED carer who burgled an elderly, disabled woman’s home as she lay asleep in bed was yesterday sent to prison for 10 months.