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NPT22G 06:30 MAIL
Arrived 0629
Arrived 0632
Flybe BE301 07:55 EXETER
Aurigny GR203 08:00 ALDERNEY
On Time
Flybe BE617 08:00 SOUTHAMPTON
Blue Islands SI307,GR1307 08:15 JERSEY
On Time
Aurigny GR213 09:10 ALDERNEY
Blue Islands SI235 09:15 SOUTHAMPTON
Aurigny GR601 09:35 GATWICK
Blue Islands SI311,GR1311 09:35 JERSEY
On Time
Aurigny GR671 10:25 MANCHESTER
Aurigny GR223 10:35 ALDERNEY
Aurigny GR603 11:05 GATWICK
Aurigny GR241 12:50 ALDERNEY
Aurigny GR605 12:50 GATWICK
Blue Islands SI351,GR1351 13:00 JERSEY
Aurigny GR643 13:15 BRISTOL
Flybe BE625,AF6515 13:40 SOUTHAMPTON
Blue Islands SI249 15:25 SOUTHAMPTON
Aurigny GR627 15:50 STANSTED
Aurigny GR269 16:15 ALDERNEY
Aurigny GR695 16:35 EAST MIDLANDS
Flybe BE511 16:45 BIRMINGHAM
Blue Islands SI369,GR1369 16:50 JERSEY
Aurigny GR607 17:00 GATWICK
Flybe BE633 17:10 SOUTHAMPTON
Flybe BE312 17:20 EXETER, JERSEY
Aurigny GR281 17:40 ALDERNEY
Blue Islands SI379,GR1379 18:10 JERSEY


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Education Department Under Scrutiny

The Education Minister will face a series of questions in the States this morning. The July meeting will open with seven questions about the planned pre-school education provision, all posed by Deputy Hunter Adam. Deputy John Gollop also wants to know if an investigation of the department can be carried out. Later, deputies are due to debate some of the amended proposals for managing Guernsey's population.

Teachers 'Could Be Put Off By Licences'

The five year housing licences should be reviewed for some professions. That's from the Education Minister who has published figures showing it takes longer to recruit secondary school teachers as they are more likely to come from the mainland. Deputy Robert Sillars says a five year licence might put people off moving over and that they should be reviewed, and the right balance struck between 15 year licences and having jobs for locals.

Replacement Freight Ferry Starts

The temporary freight ferry starts serving the Channel Islands today. MN Toucan will mainly bring goods between Portsmouth and Guernsey, whilst the Commodore Goodwill will take goods to Jersey. Condor is bringing in the charter vessel as the Clipper will be in dry dock until the end of August. It follows an accident on the 14th July when the ferry was damaged whilst in the Little Russell.

MRI Scanner Delays 40 Appointments

Forty hospital appointments have already been delayed because Guernsey's MRI scanner is broken. Two separate and unrelated faults have now been identified with it. One of the faults relates to the sockets that connect the scanner to the various coils used while the other is an issue with the power supply to the table the patients lie on. Work has already started to fix it but it will take some time and appointments continue to be postponed as a result. Forty people have already had to move their appointments and more are likely to be affected too.

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