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New Instruments For The Music Centre

Some new musical instruments have been bought for students at the Guernsey Music Centre thanks to a donation from the Sure Community Foundation. Three thousand pounds has paid for four new instruments - which will be used by current students during an open morning showing off their skills next month.

La Mare Redevelopment To Be Reviewed

Plans to redevelop the La Mare de Carteret schools will be reviewed. The States agreed the proposals in principal yesterday, pending an independent review, which is expected to be completed by March next year. The Education Department warned it could mean a delay in the project - which Minister, Deputy Robert Sillars, apologised for.

Santa's Coming To Town!

Santa Claus is coming to town. The man in red will be stopping off in St Peter Port on Saturday to turn on this year's Christmas lights. Youth Business Group Vice President, Wing Lai says Santa won't be the only special guest.

Extra Protection For St Martin's Pupils

Extra fencing has been put up around St Martin's Primary School after pupils said they saw a man expose himself earlier this week. Wicker panels have been used to fill in gaps along the school's perimeter. Yesterday, Guernsey Police confirmed specially trained officers are interviewing a group of girls aged just six and seven who say a man exposed himself to them through the school fence on Tuesday lunchtime. The fence was covered by a reasonably dense hedge but there were some gaps which had left a clear view to the public footpath alongside the school. As well as adding extra protection to the school's grounds and interviewing the girls involved - Guernsey Police are also looking at nearby CCTV footage and want to hear from anyone who may have seen the dark haired man, dressed in blue jeans and t-shirt and black shoes.

Chief Minister At British-Irish Summit

Guernsey's Chief Minister is at the 23rd summit of the British-Irish Council meeting in the Isle of Man today. The meeting is going to focus on economic conditions in the various jurisdictions. Also present will be the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland and the Scottish First Minister among others.

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