THE first indication of Guernsey’s new economic development strategy should be published during the summer.
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GUERNSEY and Jersey should work more closely together to promote tourism in the islands, according to the president of Skal International.
NEARLY 65% of islanders feel deputies should not have a 3.2% pay rise, an online poll has shown so far.
FINANCIAL advisers in Guernsey are set to have to follow a bespoke ‘light’ version of the UK Retail Distribution Review from 2015.
THE States has defended the Channel Islands Stock Exchange over claims it is being used by UK water companies to avoid paying millions of pounds in tax.
JOB losses across all sectors of business have not led to a big rise in the number of unemployed people in the island, which demonstrates the strength of the Guernsey economy, the Commerce and Employment minister has said.
COMMERCE and Employment could have a solar power plant up and running in three months if it were not for planning laws, its minister has said.
COMMERCE and Employment minister Kevin Stewart has defended a controversial online comment that asked whether Guernsey should support ‘Facebook taxis’.
A MAJOR crackdown on local medical practices that fix prices could happen this year.
GUERNSEY’S new foundations legislation will come into force next week, it has been confirmed.
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