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NPT22G 06:30 MAIL
Flybe BE301 07:50 EXETER
Aurigny GR203 08:00 ALDERNEY
Flybe BE617 08:00 SOUTHAMPTON
Blue Islands SI307,GR307 08:15 JERSEY
Blue Islands SI235 09:15 SOUTHAMPTON
Aurigny GR601 09:35 GATWICK
Blue Islands SI311,GR1311 09:35 JERSEY
Flybe BE501,BE502 10:15 BIRMINGHAM, JERSEY
Aurigny GR671 10:25 MANCHESTER
Aurigny GR223 10:35 ALDERNEY
Aurigny GR603 11:05 GATWICK
Aurigny GR241F 11:35 ALDERNEY
Aurigny GR605 12:50 GATWICK
Aurigny GR269 16:15 ALDERNEY
Blue Islands SI369,GR1369 16:50 JERSEY
Aurigny GR607 17:00 GATWICK
Aurigny GR281 17:35 ALDERNEY
Blue Islands SI379,GR1379 18:10 JERSEY
Blue Islands SI267 20:00 SOUTHAMPTON
Aurigny GR611 20:25 GATWICK
Aurigny GR679 20:40 MANCHESTER


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Ebola Posters To Go Up

Posters offering advice on Ebola will be put up around our ports today. HSSD have created the posters to advise those who have travelled from areas affected by the disease. Although any risk of the disease spreading to the island is very low, officials says it is 'important that islanders are equipped with the right information'. Separate posters will be displayed around the island at different locations, such as GP surgeries, to provide information on what steps people should take if they begin to feel unwell after having returned from an affected region.

'Sick Note' Redesigned

The 'Sick Note' has been redesigned in a bid to keep people in work. The Social Security Department is hoping it will reduce the length of some sickness claims. SSD started it's Supporting Occupational Health and Wellbeing project in May in a bid to change the way sickness benefit claims are made. The Medical Certificate is now in an A4 format and will enable GP's to specify what a person can do. It will also indicate if a person would benefit from a phased return, adjusted hours and duties or workplace adaptations to help them get back to work earlier. Some employers will no doubt be seeing it soon as the trial begins tomorrow.

Chief Health Officer Apologises

Guernsey's Chief Officer of Health has apologised for the problems within the island's Maternity Services. A damning report from the Nursing and Midwifery Council was released yesterday, raising some serious concerns about the department. Carol Tozer described it as a 'distressing and depressing' read and says they will be using it as a platform going forward. She says she understands women feel let down and has promised immediate action is being taken to improve the situation. If anyone has any concerns then contact the helpline on 707 490.

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