A STATUE of Guernsey-born Canadian hero Major General Sir Isaac Brock could go up in St Peter Port.
OCCUPATION relics have been excavated at Castle Cornet.
A NEW commission to promote Guernesiais is the ‘last chance saloon’ to get it right, islanders who have worked to protect the language have said.
WITHIN weeks, an Occupation relic will be gone forever.
ISLANDERS met old friends and new to talk about days gone by in the island at a special reunion yesterday.
TODAY sees the launch of The SAS War Diary – published thanks to the efforts of Guernseyman Martin Morgan.
A MAJOR reorganisation of museum storage has been getting under way this week after nearly 20 years of waiting.
CASTLE Cornet played host to an English Civil War camp yesterday to mark the 360th anniversary of the end of the siege.
LT-GOVERNOR Air Marshal Peter Walker opened Guernsey’s new Royal Guernsey Militia Regimental Museum yesterday by using a medieval sword to cut the ribbon.
STORIES from local victims of Nazi persecution are being kept in closed files by the Foreign Office.
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