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NPT22G 06:30 MAIL
Arrived 0630
Arrived 0733
Flybe BE301 07:50 EXETER
Delayed New Est 1005
Blue Islands SI307,GR1307 08:15 JERSEY
Landed 0801
Aurigny GR213 09:10 ALDERNEY
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Blue Islands SI235 09:15 SOUTHAMPTON
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Aurigny GR601 09:35 GATWICK
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Blue Islands SI311,GR1311 09:35 JERSEY
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Flybe BE501,BE502 10:15 BIRMINGHAM, JERSEY
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Aurigny GR671 10:25 MANCHESTER
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Aurigny GR605 12:50 GATWICK
Aurigny GR002 15:20 GRENOBLE, FRANCE
Aurigny GR269 16:15 ALDERNEY
Blue Islands SI369,GR1369 16:50 JERSEY
Aurigny GR607 17:00 GATWICK
Blue Islands SI379,GR1379 18:10 JERSEY
Aurigny GR287 18:30 ALDERNEY
Blue Islands SI267 20:00 SOUTHAMPTON
Aurigny GR611 20:25 GATWICK


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Sewage Treatment 'Not Needed'

Some of our deputies have defended the way Guernsey deals with its sewage saying it has been proven to be environmentally friendly. Yesterday the States decided not to adopt a full sewage treatment plant, but instead agreed to invest in seven new outfall pipes to dilute the effluent washed out to sea. Deputy Al Brouard was one of those who has been convinced that it is the best and most cost effective thing to do. Deputy Mike Hadley also said there is evidence to prove how low the level of bacteria is in our water.

Paid Parking Next For Enough is Enough

Paid parking is next on the Enough is Enough 'hit list'. Zef Eisenberg from the group says their campaigning is not over despite Width and Emission charges being thrown out by the States, and he says the group will continue to work with the States - offering alternate views on official reports. He says they are trying to represent the public and the many differing views we have. After conversations between the group's members and supporters, Enough is Enough is suggesting an annual paid parking clock could be the best way of introducing paid parking. Mr Eisenberg says making everyone pay 26 a year to have a parking clock would be fairer than just charging to park in town's long term spaces, like the States are planning. However, the idea of a paid annual parking clock was debated and rejected by the States last year.

Sportsmen And Women Honoured In Ceremony

Top local sportsmen and women have been recognised for their achievements at this year's Channel Islands Sports Awards. It was a great night for Jersey netball. Team Jets captain Lauren Devine took the top prize - Sports Personality of the Year. She beat archer Lucy O'Sullivan, cyclist Tobyn Horton and swimmer Miles Munro in a public vote. Team Jets also scooped the Team of the Year Award. A full list of winners can be seen below: Sports Personality Of the Year 2014 Lauren Devine (Netball) Providence Team of the Year 2014 Team Jets (Netball) Natwest Rising Star 2014 Jonty Jenner (Cricket) Ravenscroft Coach of the Year 2014 Andy Whalley (Hockey) Michael Lucas Sporting Hero Award 2014 Mike Thomas (Football) Judge's Award for Achievement 2014 The Guernsey Velo Club

States Vote Against Liberation Day Off

Seven deputies were absent for an emotive debate on the future of Liberation Day. Just 40 voted on whether or not we should get a day off in lieu when the 9th May falls on a weekend in future years. Yesterday evening's vote was tied at twenty all so the presiding officer cast a vote against, meaning the Requette was rejected. A proposal to give us Friday 8th May off this year, to mark the 70th anniversary of our liberation, was also turned down.

Signing Of New Bus Contract Delayed

The new contract for Guernsey's bus service is NOT being signed today as planned. CT Plus was due to put pen to paper today but the Environment Department has put it back. CT Plus was named as the preferred tender earlier this month, and its new contract was going to be signed today. However, the Environment Department's wider Integrated Transport Strategy has been slightly derailed after its proposals for Width and Emission charges were thrown out this week. Those charges were meant to pay for other parts of the transport strategy, including the free bus service which was due to start in April. Now, the Environment Department says that in light of the loss of funding for the Strategy it will be meeting with the Treasury and Resources Department next week to discuss what it can do next.

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