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In issue 921 - Sat 06 Jun 2009

  • Reverend Arthur Mignot's tribute to WWII victims
  • Former States member to study in Australia
  • George Baron and family can't help seeing double
  • New blood is needed to boost economy
  • Burhou's Puffin Cam is powered by solar panels
  • Kite surfer plans Alderney to Poole crossing
  • Brain surgery patient is recovering well
  • Information on becoming a foster carer
  • Trainee chef is Miss Alderney 2009
  • Dramatic football match at St Anne's School
  • Bugsy Malone rearranged for next week
  • Mixed fortunes for our lady golfers


In issue 920 - Fri 22 May 2009

  • Shocking night of vandalism at school
  • Doctor says swine flu will reach Alderney
  • Arctic explorer is happy to be back home
  • Animal Welfare and vet settle their differences
  • St Anne's School pupils perform Bugsy Malone
  • Cycle helmets are donated to Ormer House
  • Rosie Evans to follow in famous aunt's footsteps
  • Top artist picks Alderney for innovative project
  • Business leaders say town is divided by "eyesore"
  • Wildlife Week events day by day
  • Three drink drivers are banned and fined
  • Sergeant James Priest's latest FTB column


In issue 919 - Thu 30 Apr 2009

  • Lack of cash means quay facilities won't be built
  • Frank Dean calls for ACRE to be suspended
  • Money spent on ACRE is written off by the States
  • Alderney declares war on the Ministry of Justice
  • American explorers hope work with Trust
  • Royal couple to visit Alderney in July
  • Capacity crowd enjoys play reading at Georgian
  • Island gears up for Miss Alderney beauty pageant
  • New children?s laws explained at school
  • Kasai Masai gets Island Hall stomping
  • Fighters show off their skills at Fort Doyle
  • Steve Wright begins journey across Greenland


In issue 918 - Sat 18 Apr 2009

  • Furious States members hit out at ACRE's spending plans
  • Frank Dean: Members said ACRE would not keep cash
  • Gordon Fitton resigns as chairman of ACRE
  • CCTV cameras could soon be put up in harbour area
  • Island?s only bookie shuts up shop on National day
  • Bridget is Alderney's first woman police officer
  • Doctor urges tourists to take out insurance premiums
  • New book details epic round the world race
  • Miss Alderney film celebrates island's beauties
  • Sergeant James Priest's latest From the Bench column
  • GSC says water rates will rise "substantially"
  • Fashion and fun for WI during April meeting


In issue 917 - Fri 03 Apr 2009

  • Angry landlord heaps criticism on AEL
  • Tidal power project could lead to platforms in the sea
  • Blue Islands cuts air link to Bournemouth
  • Three arreseted following drugs raids
  • Concern over island's water project is aired
  • Pupils make up their own States of Alderney
  • Island's Muratti hopes are dashed for another year
  • Lucy's logo is picked by Alderney Week organisers
  • Joanna Parmentier's latest tourism column
  • Sir Fabien Malbon opens new information centre
  • Alderney WI is featured in national magazine


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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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