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Aurigny GR223 10:35 ALDERNEY
Flight Delayed
Aurigny GR253 14:20 ALDERNEY
Flight Delayed
Aurigny GR269 16:15 ALDERNEY
Aurigny GR695 16:35 EAST MIDLANDS
Expected 1630
Flybe BE511 16:45 BIRMINGHAM
Expected 1640
Blue Islands SI369,GR1369 16:50 JERSEY
Aurigny GR607 17:00 GATWICK
Flybe BE311,BE312 17:30 EXETER, JERSEY
On Time
Aurigny GR281 17:40 ALDERNEY
Blue Islands SI253 17:45 SOUTHAMPTON
Blue Islands SI379,GR1379 18:10 JERSEY
Blue Islands SI257 18:15 SOUTHAMPTON
Blue Islands SI257 18:15 SOUTHAMPTON
Aurigny GR291 19:00 ALDERNEY
Aurigny GR609 19:05 GATWICK
Blue Islands SI389,GR1389 19:10 JERSEY
Aurigny GR659 20:00 LONDON CITY
Blue Islands SI269 20:15 SOUTHAMPTON
Aurigny GR611 20:25 GATWICK
Aurigny GR679 20:40 MANCHESTER
Blue Islands SI271 20:45 SOUTHAMPTON
Blue Islands SI271 20:45 SOUTHAMPTON
NPT22G 06:30 MAIL
NPT546 06:30 NEWSPAPERS
Flybe BE301 07:50 EXETER
Aurigny GR203 08:00 ALDERNEY
Flybe BE617 08:00 SOUTHAMPTON
Blue Islands SI235 09:15 SOUTHAMPTON
Aurigny GR601 09:35 GATWICK
Blue Islands SI311,GR1311 09:35 JERSEY

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Sunrise
07:45
Sunset
18:03
Daylight Hours:
10:18
Dark Hours:
13:42

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Police On Cold Call Alert

Concerns have been raised about traders cold-calling houses in Guernsey. The Police and the Trading Standards Service have issued a joint warning about the risk of hiring them. Men have reportedly been showing up on doorsteps and convincing elderly islanders that work is needed on their house. They then do the work, but to a poor standard, and escort the home-owner to the bank to pay for it. Trading Standards says they've never had this level of calls about them before and are urging people to be vigilant. They've produced a leaflet and are encouraging people to put stickers saying 'uninvited traders are not welcome' on their doors. If you'd like some stickers or leaflets, contact Trading Standards on 234567 or ts@commerce.gov.uk

Police Search For Peeping Tom

A man has allegedly been caught taking photos of a woman, while she undressed in her bathroom. She was at home in the Baubigny area at around 10.15 last night when she saw his hand through her bathroom window holding a white Iphone - before he ran away, and she called the police who are investigating. He is described as pale and skinny and was wearing a navy top.

More Parking For Motorcycles In Town

Two 2-hour parking spaces have been removed from the Crown Pier. As part of the new transport strategy to encourage us not to use our cars so much, more motorcycle spaces have been created in the busy town car park instead. The Environment Department says it hopes to find some more space for additional motorcycle bays and shelters elsewhere too.

Signed Rugby Shirt An 'Inspiration'

A former La Mare pupil turned professional rugby player is hoping to inspire current students to achieve their dreams. Guernseyman Luke Jones currently plays for the Cornish Pirates and yesterday, his mum Tina presented his old secondary school with a framed shirt, signed by him and his team-mates. Student and current Guernsey Rugby Player, John Le Noury, says it's nice to know he hasn't forgotten his roots.

CI Lottery Prize Already At 400,000

The top prize in the Channel Islands Christmas Lottery has gone over four hundred thousand pounds already. The jackpot started at three hundred thousand and is already at 410 thousand. Last year the top prize climbed to more than a million pounds.

Guernsey's Response To Ebola Tested

Guernsey's medical teams tested the island's response to Ebola last night. HSSD and other relevant bodies were involved, to ensure everyone would know what to do if there are any cases of the fatal virus locally. There is no suggestion Guernsey is at risk of an ebola infection currently, but we've been assured all of the relevant bodies are working closely together to ensure the island is prepared anyway.

Firework Displays On Three Nights Only

Fireworks go on sale this weekend - but Guernsey Police are reminding us not to set them off before Bonfire Night. Every year there are complaints so a multi-agency Fireworks Committee was created, which meets annually to discuss any concerns. The committee, including the Fire Service, retailers, display organisers, the GSPCA, the Health and Safety Executive, Guernsey Police and St John Ambulance and Rescue all agree that displays should be limited to Wednesday the 5th, Friday 7th and Saturday the 8th November this year.

Fundraising For Boy's Life Changing Op

Islanders are rallying together to try and help a young boy who has been denied a life changing operation by HSSD. Fundraising events are being planned to try and raise some money. Anthony McMahon was born with abnormal hip joints and short legs and despite having an operation earlier in his life, the nine year old has been told he can't have another and may need to have both of his legs amputated. His parents have been publically pleading his case this week and since then you've been telling us how disgusted you are with HSSD. On our Facebook page people are comparing it with the tax payer funded new ceremonial car for the Lieutenant Governor, saying it is a disgrace and that Anthony's needs are far more important.

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