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In issue 901 - Sat 19 Jul 2008

  • New-look Youth Club attracts 35 children
  • Record breaking boat makes flying visit to Alderney
  • Beaumont Hague residents enjoy weekend in island
  • States still planning to cull airport chickens
  • Plenty of sun and fun at St Anne's summer fair
  • Duke of York visits Tower of London to see cannons
  • Smoking ban will be back on the agenda soon
  • Photo Competition entries start coming in
  • WAG says islanders are starting to recycle more
  • Alderney Week organisers announce list of events
  • Police scrap two vehicles following spot checks


In issue 900 - Sat 05 Jul 2008

  • Police show off booze seized from children
  • Elizabethan wreck cannons arrive in London
  • Butes resident kicks up a stink about toilets
  • Public to be asked to comment on marina plans
  • No incinerator until sports centre is built
  • States sign £1m deal to develop Fort Tourgis
  • Rees Bryant on why he didn't stand at by-election
  • States to vote on £350k water project
  • Artists in Alderney get chance to shine
  • Utility bills in Alderney are on the up


In issue 899 - Sat 21 Jun 2008

  • By-election postponed after no one is nominated
  • First-time buyers being 'squeezed out' of the market
  • Property expert slams States for not verifying survey
  • AEL board changes essential says Colin Williams
  • Aurigny and Blue Islands fares to increase
  • Islands flock to quayside for glimpse of cannon
  • Joy and relief for divers as cannon is raised
  • Les Stuart wins Alderney's top golf tournament
  • Animal Welfare celebrates its 50th birthday
  • World War II bomb detonated near breakwater
  • Fussy seagul is fed on smoked salmon and prawns


In issue 898 - Sat 07 Jun 2008

  • Diver's death halts Elizabethan wreck excavation
  • Bill Walden takes a final swipe at Richard Cox
  • Electricity bills in Alderney could be slashed by 2011
  • Success in Scotland is good news for tidal project
  • Tough times ahead for Alderney businesses
  • Rising cost of oil to push Aurigny fares up
  • Adele Woodruff is crowned Miss Alderney 2008
  • James Neill wins Journal's first Father's Day competition
  • Alderney's world famous Photo Competition continues
  • Five sailors talk their way through French blockade
  • Junior chef wins best in show at Salon Culinaire
  • Three of Alderney's best boxers pack a punch


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


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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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