A CONTROVERSIAL Facebook page will be closed temporarily, its anonymous creator confirmed yesterday, after police announced that it would be monitoring its content.
Around 20% of island residents would risk booking an illegal taxi online, a Guernsey Press survey has revealed.
POLICE have issued a final warning to illegal taxi services offering lifts over the internet.
COMMERCE and Employment minister Kevin Stewart has defended a controversial online comment that asked whether Guernsey should support ‘Facebook taxis’.
A SCORNED woman falsely accused her ex-boyfriend of rape to get back at him, the Magistrate’s Court was told.
USING social media will enable Guernsey Police to better interact with the community, an inspector has said.
ISLANDERS met old friends and new to talk about days gone by in the island at a special reunion yesterday.
A FACEBOOK group set up on the ‘spur of the moment’ has attracted more than 5,000 members in a week as people reminisce about life in the island.
GUERNSEY’S Olympic athlete Lee Merrien yesterday met the woman who led the public drive to see him chosen for London 2012.
FACEBOOK may have been responsible for leading his son to take his own life, the grieving father of 27-year-old Christopher Goubert has said.
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