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In issue 913 - Sat 31 Jan 2009

  • AEL cuts price of electricity by 8.1%
  • Hero pilot lands failing plane in Alderney
  • GSC announces new traffic regulations
  • Max Mason's Search for a Star hots up
  • Northern bobbies arrive to cut crime in Alderney
  • President attacks States during first meeting of year
  • Artistic children asked to design Alderney Week logo
  • Island's sports stars receive cash boost
  • Blue Islands MD picks Photo Competition winner
  • Police consultation group is making an impact
  • Richard Stephen - Alderney's master craftsman
  • Animal Welfare signs deal with Guernsey-based Vetcare


In issue 912 - Sat 17 Jan 2009

  • Jurats issue island's first community service order
  • Animal Welfare and Dave Burrows part company
  • Couple's Christmas ruined by thoughtless dog walkers
  • Chamber calls for electricity prices to be cut
  • Highly respected politician Barry Pengilley dies
  • States engineer lists island's New Year resolutions
  • Chandlery business is taken over by four friends
  • Quay work is on time and almost on budget
  • Island Band trumpets for new musicians to join
  • Alderney Week organisers reveal this year's theme
  • Former police chief is installed at Alderney lodge
  • WI knits jumpers for children in Tanzania


In issue 911 - Wed 17 Dec 2008

  • Peter Allen tops poll on dramatic election night
  • New candidate told news while watching TV
  • Window cleaner aims for Christmas No. 1
  • Islander says tidal power deal is a "rip off"
  • Barbara Benfield explains why she quit the States
  • Vet and Animal Welfare row over letter
  • Work on sports centre could begin next year
  • Care home plans are unveiled at Jubilee
  • St Anne is packed for Christmas Street Market
  • Read all your Christmas greetings
  • Dog recovering from fish hook incident
  • New home for Wildlife Trust and Information Centre


In issue 910 - Fri 28 Nov 2008

  • ACRE moves to clear up tidal energy confusion
  • OpenHydro secures 20% stake in ARE
  • States members told they should receive flat rate salary
  • Chamber of Commerce calls for TRP reduction
  • Extremely rare owl spends a week in Alderney
  • Ten islanders to contest upcoming election
  • Claudie hoping to travel to Peru for charity
  • Exclusive interview with tidal energy rebel Frank Dean
  • Plaque to honour Midge Dupont is unveiled
  • Helen's Big Apple trip is marathon success
  • Poor weather hampers water project
  • Animal Welfare makes appeal for donations


In issue 909 - Sat 15 Nov 2008

  • Green light for island's tidal energy plans
  • Frank Dean resigns from States after just 11 months
  • Exclusive interview with ACRE's Gordon Fitton
  • Sir Norman Browse is reelected as President
  • Lucky chicken crosses road to avoid gunmen
  • Estate agents debate island's property market
  • Public and police work together to improve island
  • Thriller of a safety exercise at the airport
  • Drink driver banned and fined at Court of Alderney
  • President not in favour of open committee meetings
  • Bad weather causes minimal damage to quay
  • Alderney support for America?s next President


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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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