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In issue 916 - Thu 19 Mar 2009

  • Confidential report is seen by just two States members
  • Smoking and parking dominate people's meeting
  • Red Nose Day fun for Alderney's Cubs
  • Teenager aims to improve his standard of driving
  • Ulster killings upset Sergeant James Priest
  • Fire fighter Andy swaps Alderney for Guernsey
  • Satellite broadcaster is granted e-gaming licence
  • Burhou's Puffin Cam to go live next month
  • Alderney Police's latest From the bench column
  • Barbara Benfield talks about Age Concern
  • Training steps donated to Mignot Memorial Hospital
  • Island's water restrictions could be reimposed


In issue 915 - Sat 28 Feb 2009

  • States and ACRE move to clear up confusion
  • Marie Fowler threatens to take States to court
  • Boxer Chris Sumner is Channel Islands champion
  • First £1m home is sold during economic downturn
  • President asks for wreck's resting place to be revealed
  • Wowave Productions finds several future pop stars
  • Explorer Hannah scales Mount Kilimanjaro
  • Plans to set up support group for alcoholics
  • Timewatch episode features Elizabethan wreck
  • Contractors sought to work on breakwater
  • Author Peter Lihou talks about his debut novel
  • Joanna Parmentier details Alderney's tourism strategy


In issue 914 - Sat 14 Feb 2009

  • Reciprocal health agreement with UK to end
  • Alderney's jobless total looks set to rise
  • Island hit by serious heating oil shortage
  • Cash stolen from popular Chinese takeaway
  • Snowball through window frightens elderly woman
  • Police hoping to appoint female officer
  • Chief executive explains work permit system
  • Does Alderney hold HMS Victory mystery?
  • Guernsey reps back under fire politician
  • Island experiences biggest snowfall in 27 years
  • New sergeant writes first police column
  • Wildlife Trust honours ten year-old Henry Rowe


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


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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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