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Aurigny GR269 16:15 ALDERNEY
Landed 1624
Aurigny GR695 16:35 EAST MIDLANDS
Landed 1636
Flybe BE511 16:45 BIRMINGHAM
Landed 1627
Blue Islands SI369,GR1369 16:50 JERSEY
Expected 1645, In 1645 Erwartet
Aurigny GR607 17:00 GATWICK
Expected 1650
Flybe BE633 17:10 SOUTHAMPTON
On Time
Flybe BE312 17:20 EXETER, JERSEY
Check in and Self Service Kiosks open till 1705
Aurigny GR281 17:40 ALDERNEY
Cancelled, passengers on GR291
Blue Islands SI379,GR1379 18:10 JERSEY
Aurigny GR291 19:00 ALDERNEY
Aurigny GR609 19:05 GATWICK
Blue Islands SI389,GR1389 19:10 JERSEY
Flybe BE637,AF6448 19:45 SOUTHAMPTON
Blue Islands SI267 20:00 SOUTHAMPTON
Aurigny GR611 20:25 GATWICK
Aurigny GR679 20:40 MANCHESTER
NPT22G 06:30 MAIL
NPT546 06:30 NEWSPAPERS
Aurigny GR203 08:00 ALDERNEY
Flybe BE617 08:00 SOUTHAMPTON
Blue Islands SI309,GR1309 09:00 JERSEY
Blue Islands SI235 09:15 SOUTHAMPTON
Aurigny GR601 09:35 GATWICK
Blue Islands SI317,GR1317 10:20 JERSEY
Aurigny GR671 10:25 MANCHESTER
Aurigny GR603 11:05 GATWICK
Flybe BE621 11:30 SOUTHAMPTON
Aurigny GR233 11:45 ALDERNEY
Aurigny GR605 12:50 GATWICK
AB2946 12:50 DUSSELDORF

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Sunrise
06:11
Sunset
20:14
Daylight Hours:
14:03
Dark Hours:
09:57

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CI Festival For Liberation 70

Jersey and Guernsey will collaborate to stage a five week long Heritage Festival next year, to draw visitors to the Channel Islands. Visit Guernsey and Jersey Tourism are teaming up to attract holidaymakers for the 70th anniversary of our liberation from German Occupation. The islands' will be decorated with flags; castles, bunkers and towers will be open, and there will be renactments. Jersey Tourism's David de Carteret says there'll be a joint £150,000 marketing campaign on radio and in the press. The hope it will encourage people from the UK and Europe to explore the Channel Islands. Tour operators are being encouraged to offer 2 centre breaks and inter-island travel.

Community Awards Nominations Open

The Guernsey Community Foundation wants to know who you think should win an award for their voluntary work. The annual honours are given to individuals and teams who do their bit locally and around the world. You've got until the 12th September to nominate before the winners are announced in November. Sadie from The Foundation says there are lots of categories to honour the good work lots of people do. Nomination forms are available to download from the Community Awards website - www.communityawards.gg or by requesting a hard copy by email to Sadie@foundation.gg. You can also phone Sadie on 748056 for support with the nominations process. The deadline for nominations is FRIDAY 12 SEPTEMBER.

States Recruit £120k ICT Chief

The States of Guernsey are looking to appoint someone to be responsible for their ICT. The Commerce and Employment Minister says the position, which is being advertised with a salary of up to £120,000, is needed to improve the government's service. Deputy Kevin Stewart has called the States current online offering 'appalling' and says they can save a fortune if they 'get it right'. He told Island FM the Chief Information Officer is a necessary and worthwhile position.

Mixing Chemicals Can Kill

Mixing chemicals at home can be extremely hazardous. That is from the States Analyst, who was responsible for testing the equipment used by an islander who manufactured Crystal Meth in his attic. Yesterday, Wesley Guilbert was jailed for 9 years for manufacturing the Class A drug methyl-amphetamine. Dr Roland Archer is urging us never to attempt any kind of chemical process at home. He says it can lead to severe burns and even death.

The Big Battle Winners

Guernsey's summer show season has been brought to a close with the Battle of Flowers. All Steamed Up took the Prix D'Honneur, with Up, Up and Away winning the junior title, and Clipper picking up the Prix de Papier. The North Show ended with a calvacade and fireworks display. The winners: Senior Prix D’Honneur All Steamed Up – Northern Raiders Runner – up in the Senior Prix D’Honneur Aladdin – Fauxquets, Pearl & friends Junior Prix D’Honneur Up, Up, and away – Joseph and Freya Salmon Prix de Papier Clippers Back – Graham,Linda,Debbie & Hayley Le Page, Chris Murphy & Val Le Messurier Runner – up in the Prix de Papier Life on the Ocean Wave – Torode, Ogier, De Garis & Naftel Junior Prix de Papier Fisherman of the North – Olivier & Mylo Parsons & Declan & Millie Hamon

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