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Election Day In Alderney

It's election day in Alderney. 11 people have been nominated for five seats on the States of Alderney, all wanting to serve four year terms. Some are current members while others have previous experience and are seeking re-election. The polls are open at the Island Hall until 6.30pm.

Soft Drink Drive Campaign Is Back

Soft drinks will once again be given free of charge to Jersey's designated drivers this Christmas at some local pubs. The Liberation Group has launched its Soft Drink Drive Campaign in support of the police's efforts to discourage people from drink driving. CEO, Mark Crowther says they're just doing their bit to keep people safe. Designated drivers just have to show their keys at participating pubs for their free soft drinks during December. A list of participating pubs can be found at

Will The Trial Go Ahead Today?

It's hoped there will be some progress in the trial of the man accused of murdering Sarah Groves today. The court case was meant to resume yesterday, after a three month break in proceedings - but no witnesses turned up. Speaking earlier in the week, Miss Groves father told Island FM he wasn't hopeful of any developments this week and wouldn't be surprised if the case was delayed again. In a statement yesterday, the Foreign Commonwealth Office said it is an 'unacceptable situation which needs to be addressed in whatever way it can'.

Juvenile Fight, Witnesses Wanted

Guernsey Police want to speak to specific witnesses after a altercation between a group of youngsters last Saturday. A girl was allegedly assaulted at around 5pm, and two other girls were arrested but have since been released on bail. It's thought a number of adults walked past the large group who had congregated around the Town Church before moving to the South Esplanade. Those witnesses can contact Guernsey Police on 725111 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 111 111.

No Sark Election Needed

There won't be an election in Sark next month - after 16 people were nominated for 16 vacant seats on Chief Pleas. Six of them are already Conseillers so they will retain their seats while three are former Conseillers returning to political life. A ballot will be held on the 10th December to work out how long each will serve with 14 four-year terms, and two two-year terms available. The following people have been duly elected onto Chief Pleas: Diane Baker Edric Baker Paul Burgess Peter Bryne Elsie Courtney Colin Golds Charles Maitland Nicolas Moloney Christopher Nightingale Elizabeth Norwich Roger Norwich Helen Plummer William Raymond Arthur Rolfe Stephen Taylor Anthony Vantress

Walking A Mile In Her Shoes, Today

Hundreds of men will be donning their high heels to walk a mile along Guernsey's town sea front this afternoon. The event is to raise awareness of domestic violence and to raise funds for domestic violence charity Safer. The walk starts at 2 from Salarie Corner with Zumba to warm everyone up before the challenge. There will be music and refreshments at the Yacht Club when they arrive.

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