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NPT22G 06:30 MAIL
Flybe BE301 07:55 EXETER
Aurigny GR203 08:00 ALDERNEY
Blue Islands SI307,GR1307 08:15 JERSEY
Aurigny GR213 09:10 ALDERNEY
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 GR223 10:30 ALDERNEY
Aurigny GR651 10:50 LONDON CITY
Aurigny GR239 12:30 ALDERNEY
Aurigny GR605 12:50 GATWICK
Blue Islands SI351,GR1351 13:00 JERSEY
Blue Islands SI249 15:25 SOUTHAMPTON
Aurigny GR269 16:15 ALDERNEY
Flybe BE511 16:45 BIRMINGHAM
Blue Islands SI369,GR1369 16:50 JERSEY
Aurigny GR607 17:00 GATWICK
Flybe BE311,BE312 17:20 EXETER, JERSEY
Flybe BE633 17:35 SOUTHAMPTON
Aurigny GR281 17:40 ALDERNEY
Blue Islands SI379,GR1379 18:10 JERSEY
Blue Islands SI257 18:15 SOUTHAMPTON
Blue Islands SI389,GR1389 19:10 JERSEY
Aurigny GR659 19:55 LONDON CITY
Blue Islands SI267 20:00 SOUTHAMPTON
Aurigny GR611 20:25 GATWICK
Aurigny GR679 20:40 MANCHESTER


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19 Years In Jail For Drugs Pair

Two men have been sentenced to a total of 19 years behind bars by the Royal Court after importing nearly 200,000 of cannabis into Guernsey. Oliver Butler, 35 and from Jersey, got 6 years imprisonment for his part in smuggling cannabis resin in a RIB in September 2013. 30 year old Craig Dodd from Guernsey has been jailed for 13 years for his part in the crime. He was also convicted of attempting to import heroin into the island on a jet ski in February 2013.

Paid-Parking Petition Push

There is another political push to de-rail part of Guernsey's Transport Strategy. Deputy Lester Queripel is urging anyone against paid parking to sign a petition against it. The petition was launched by concerned Guernseywoman Wendy de Bourgonniere who thinks paid parking will damage St Peter Port and discriminates against the motorist. Around 3,500 people have already put their name to the document, which will be handed to the Environment Department before the February States meeting. That is also when Deputies will debate a requete lodged by Deputy Al Brouard against paid parking. Deputy Queripel says they are on the final push against the new charge and says if anyone is against the idea of paid parking you should sign the petition now. The petition is available at different locations across the island, including 31 shops in central St Peter Port alone.

Waste Debate Continues

Guernsey will soon be falling behind developing countries in terms of how we deal with our sewage. This week, States members will be asked to approve spending millions of pounds on a replacement outfall pipe. But Deputy David De Lisle maintains we should be looking at a full treatment plant instead. He went to look at the outfall pipe off Belle Greve Bay last week. He told Island FM Guernsey is lagging behind other countries that are dealing with their own waste issues more quickly.

Petit Port Repairs To Start

Repair works are going to start on the steps at Petit Port. The cliff face is damaged, with the rock catch fencing needing urgent attention, meaning the steps to the bay have been off limits for some time. Now, the Environment Board has agreed the repair work can go ahead so the steps to the bay can be reopened. The work will be paid for out of the Department's existing budget. But it has also said that if any futher work is needed after a later geo-technical inspection of the cliffs that will have to be considered separately.

Did You See Man On A Roof?

Police are appealing for anyone who saw a man acting suspiciously on Fountain Street in the early hours of Sunday morning. He was on the roof of property, and was chased away by the occupant to Constitution Steps. One man has been arrested.

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