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In issue 908 - Sat 01 Nov 2008

  • States approve budget for 2009
  • Tidal energy public meeting Island Hall
  • States members to decide if they should be paid
  • Chicken cull costs States about £1,500
  • Duty on imports is costing islanders millions
  • Dominic Bowles everyone over with prize-winning poem
  • St Anne's School presentation night
  • Alderney Wildlife Trust gets new set of wheels
  • Water restrictions lifted after two-and-a-half years
  • Networking website continues to grow
  • Pistol Pete to gun for third medal at Island Games
  • Top trio to perform at the Island Hall on Bonfire Night


In issue 907 - Sat 18 Oct 2008

  • Landslide by-election victory for Tony Llewellyn
  • Salary for States Members is on the cards
  • Cull of airport chickens finally takes place
  • States to seek expert help on marina project
  • Accounts to be reviewed by the States at next meeting
  • AA inspectors award 4 stars to top Alderney hotel
  • Ormer House children play African instruments
  • Collect your 2nd Xmas giveaway token
  • Rods at the ready for Angling Festival
  • World Animal Day event raises 200 for AAWS
  • Falling oil price helps reduce cost of living
  • Win a meal at The Chez with our Prize Sudoku


In issue 906 - Sat 04 Oct 2008

  • Commercial quay redevelopment continues
  • All four by-election candidates in their own words
  • Speeed merchants break umpteen records
  • Islands criticise Gatwick's safety regulations
  • London duo soar to British Air Races success
  • Home On Film premieres in Alderney
  • Prisoner of war returns to unveil plaque at Camp Sylt
  • St Anne's School pupils study science in London
  • Aderney's top cop hangs up his handcuffs
  • Playtime for Ormer House School pupils
  • Journal launches Bumper Christmas Giveaway
  • Sharp shooter to go for gold at Island Games


In issue 905 - Sat 20 Sep 2008

  • Colonel withdraws offer of help for airport chickens
  • Deadline set for October by-election nominations
  • Angry mum slams 'heartless' airline staff
  • Weather fails to dampen runners' spirits
  • Alderney needs you for next year's Island Games
  • All you need to know about host venue Aland
  • Bird lovers are charmed by what Alderney offers
  • Quay to be built using rock from Mannez Quarry
  • Ratings scheme divides Chamber and hoteliers
  • Laughter and tears at David Benson's show
  • Visiting figures for Alderney continue to rise
  • Island's greffier gives enlightening talk to WI


In issue 904 - Sat 30 Aug 2008

  • Public prefer Crabby Bay and Fort Albert
  • Resident voices concern after survey is carried out
  • St Anne's teenagers celebrate GCSE results
  • Sir Derrick Bailey celebrates 90th birthday
  • Police in Alderney to target domestic violence
  • Rascal the rescue dog helps trapped man
  • Island's young artists show off their skills
  • Alderney Electricity appoints two directors
  • Museum pays homage to Tommy Rose and Navy ship
  • Starlight Circus shows entertain islanders
  • Elizabeth and Piers adopt blond hedgehog
  • Find out what you should be wearing this autumn


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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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