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In issue 897 - Sat 24 May 2008

  • States members elected to serve in Guernsey
  • Possible arson attack at Alderney Impot
  • Work on Alderney's commercial quay begins
  • Divers to resume Elizabethan wreck excavation
  • Tidal turbine exhibition hailed a great success
  • Alderney Wildlife Week information
  • Health chief backs States over death row chickens
  • Alderney Theatre Group performs Abigail's Party
  • Voting continues to find the Journal's Dad of the Year
  • Alderney's world famous Photo Competition returns
  • Two Chelsea Pensioners visit St Anne's School
  • Anchors fashion show raises cash for RNLI


In issue 896 - Sat 10 May 2008

  • This issue in full colour!
  • Richard Cox writes exclusively in the Journal
  • Death row chickens continue to make headlines
  • Residents told not to bank on free electricity
  • Public told to expect rates rise at States Meeting
  • Church roof desperately needs repairing
  • Grants available for Alderney Week float builders
  • Your chance to win a return trip to Guernsey
  • Start voting for your Dad of the Year
  • Price of oil pushes up cost of living
  • Alderney Seafood Festival gets underway

SORRY, SOLD OUT

In issue 895 - Sat 26 Apr 2008

  • Outrage over plans to cull chickens
  • Future of Fort Tourgis debated
  • States bow to pressure and reveal members' pay
  • Lucky the pigeon lives to fight another day
  • Rare blue lobster found off the coast of Alderney
  • Black poodle Mambo brightens up Daniele's life
  • Success at last for Alderney's golfers
  • Alderney Week logo winner announced
  • Veteran rambler on the lookout for walking pals
  • Drag legend Tony Densham dies


In issue 894 - Sat 12 Apr 2008

  • Top cop pledges drink drive crackdown in Alderney
  • Plans for Alderney?s commercial quay are unveiled
  • Hospital opens again after 6.2m re-development
  • Private jet nose-dives into Alderney airport
  • Alderney car thief found guilty
  • States agree to publish expenses
  • Journal finds Morgan?s ?Emmanuelle?
  • Smiling Johnny Silvo talks of his love for Alderney
  • Father?s Day competition launched. Win a meal for four
  • Artist Paddy Campbell shows off his new prints
  • Young footballers suggest Muratti success is imminent
  • What?s On - your guide to Alderney events in April


In issue 893 - Sat 29 Mar 2008

  • Boy injures leg after fall on Longis Common
  • Sir Fabian Malbon praises Alderney's individuality
  • Brownies enjoy action-packed day at airport
  • Work on 9.5m commercial quay to begin in May
  • Plans to reduce voting age rejected by States
  • Richard Cox ignites members' pay issue
  • Public air their views at the Island Hall
  • New editor arrives in Alderney
  • French Romeo recalls holiday romance
  • Easter Bunny spotted in Alderney!
  • No commuter chaos after storms in Alderney
  • Learn how to cook a crocodile at Braye Beach


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The Guernsey Bereavement Service has made three visits to Alderney over the past few months and would like to continue to help you. We are visiting the island again on Tuesday, 12th November 2013 and would invite anyone who feels they would like Bereavement Counselling to telephone the Bereavement Service Office on 257778 to make a time to meet one of our counsellors.

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