AS OF yesterday, there were 23 roads closed across the island.
A 30-YEAR-OLD man who was seriously injured on the Albert Pier after he and a two-year-old boy were slammed against railings by a car was expected to be transferred to Salisbury Hospital yesterday.
A father and his friend’s young son remain seriously hurt in separate hospitals in the UK today after being slammed into railings by a car while they were walking at the Albert Pier.
POLICE have been carrying out covert speed checks on a Forest road in a bid to slow down vehicles.
A ROAD transport strategy should not penalise anyone, according to the chairman of pedestrian safety group Living Streets.
WHEN a regular bus met a van travelling in the opposite direction on Candie Road in St Andrews, neither was able to make it through the gap, resulting in backed-up traffic and queues.
A LACK of parking is not an issue in Guernsey, an Environment Department survey has suggested.
SECOND-HAND car dealerships will have to pay thousands of pounds extra a year, under the Environment Department’s plans for a change of ownership fee, businesses have warned.
A POLICE investigation into ‘withdrawn’ parking tickets revealed that four had been removed without a satisfactory explanation after being issued to its own staff, the Magistrate’s Court heard.
CYCLISTS are warning that Salerie Corner is not the only potential danger spot along the cycle path in and out of Town.