Guernsey Jersey2018-10-23T04:18:41+00:00
"Welcome" EXCEEDING EXPECTATIONS with a Unique Money Back Guarantee Gary Trotman | Creative Director WEDDING DAY MUSIC SPECIALIST WILL YOUR WEDDING BE THIS FUN? MK Collins Photography

EXCEEDING EXPECTATIONS ... as standard

Even on a bitterly cold day, we'll bring the musical warmth
REACH OUT TO US FOR OUR ADDED VALUE DON'T RISK HIRING OTHERS ON THEIR LOW PRICE ALONE THE PERFECT BACKDROP FOR YOUR DAY CREATING THE PERFECT ATMOSPHERE WE LOVE TRANSFORMING MOODS SECURE YOUR DATE NOW RECOMMENDED BY TOP VENUES THE PERFECT AMBIENCE TO YOUR MEAL WANT YOUR MEAL BE THIS RELAXED? FROM FIRST DANCE TO LAST WE MAKE GUESTS 'WANT' TO STAY

TRANSFORMING ANY OCCASION LIKE NO OTHER

IT IS A GIFT - MAKING PEOPLE HAPPY PREMIUM ENTERTAINMENT SERVICE

Guernsey Jersey

Guernsey Jersey Steel Band Hire

Guernsey Jersey

Steelasophical presented by Gary Trotman

The Islands feel like my home

Even though I am based on the Uk mainland, I have been travelling over to the Islands and performing here since the 1994. Steelasophical was booked as a 3pc traditional steel band back in the 90’s at the St. Pierre Park Hotel on Guernsey and at the original Cafe Des Artiste on Jersey.

That one performance at St. Pierre Park led to me being booked as a soloist to perform at a further 6 Xmas seasons entertaining guests and local residents. You could even find me down at the Baths Xmas morning bringing some Caribbean musical sunshine to the swimmers

Great to keep coming back

Steelasophical Steel Band Solo, Duo and Caribbean mobile Dj have been fortunate to have consistently performed on the Islands for more than 20 years. In more recent times, we have performed at such locations as The Old Government House, La Fregate on Guernsey, and a host of private weddings and parties on the Island of Jersey.

Guernsey & Jersey Steelasophical Caribbean Steel Band 

When you book Guernsey & Jersey Steelasophical Caribbean Steel Band to perform, you will be looking for musical entertainers that represents best value for money. Whatever your budget, you will want to get the best possible value which includes the best possible service from initial enquiry all the way through to the end of your event.

Great to keep coming back

Steelasophical Steel Band Solo, Duo and Caribbean mobile Dj have been fortunate to have consistently performed on the Islands for more than 20 years. In more recent times, we have performed at such locations as The Old Government House, La Fregate on Guernsey, and a host of private weddings and parties on the Island of Jersey.

Guernsey & Jersey Steelasophical Caribbean Steel Band

When you book Guernsey & Jersey Steelasophical Caribbean Steel Band to perform, you will be looking for musical entertainers that represents best value for money. Whatever your budget, you will want to get the best possible value which includes the best possible service from initial enquiry all the way through to the end of your event.

Value for your money

When you start your search for a Guernsey & Jersey Caribbean Steel Band and start to ask for prices and costings, you will find that there is a huge difference in the range of quotes that you receive back from the different musicians. No musician, Dj or Steel Band will ever admit to these, but this is actually what is happening:

So, where does your money go when you hire Steelasophical

  • Musicians Fee – Renumeration that goes directly to the full time professional musicians
  • TAX – Money set aside to be paid to HMRC
  • Expenses – Transportation, Across the channel travel, accommodation, meals
  • Planning – Time and resources used to administer your booking & communications
  • Inventory – Investment in purchasing, maintaining and repairs to instruments and equipment
  • Marketing – Activities to help you discover Guernsey & Jersey Steelasophical Caribbean Steel Band in the first place
  • Back Office – The money spent on day to day business costs
  • Profit – Payment that finally makes its way to the owner of the business

Ways to get a bad value entertainment 

  1. Less skilled and experienced musicians are cheaper
  2. Musicians who pay no Tax can afford to be cheaper
  3. Musicians who don’t take the time to carefully plan for your performance are cheaper
  4. Those with no Licenses, Health & Safety docs nor Public Liability insurance are cheaper
  5. Musicians who are desperate for work are cheaper
  6. Part time, hobbyists, weekend musicians are cheaper

Steelasophical Wedding Steel Band for Jersey Wedding reception

Steelasophical Wedding Steel Band for Jersey Wedding reception

Steelasophical Caribbean Musical Entertainment

Steelasophical Caribbean Musical Entertainment

Caribbean Party Guernsey Jersey Steelasophical Steelband hire
Guernsey Jersey Steel Band Hire

Steelasophical Guernsey Steel Band Hire for company new office opening – reception was held at the The Best Seafood Restaurant In Guernsey La fregate

KRYS global guernsey steel band
lafregate_hotel_steelasophical_steelband

Gary Trotman Steelasophical Steeldrum Band performing at the St. Pierre Park for 6 years from the 1990’s onwards. Alongside City Limits Band and booked by then General manager Jonathan Raggett

st-pierre-park-hotel-guernsey-steelband

Gary with brother Roger performing at the Cobo Bay

cobo bay hotel steelasophical steel band wedding

Gary Trotman with many performances at the original Cafe Des Artistes restaurant in the late 1990’s

First place I ever stayed .. The Yacht Inn

wedding quote steelbands guernsey jersey

Steelasophical Caribbean

Guernsey Jersey

Call: 07540 307890

Jersey & Guernsey Steel Band Hire

Steelasophical Guernsey & Jersey Steelband will performing in these and surrounding areas:

Alderney Castel Forest Guernsey Herm Island Isle Of Sark Lancresse Vale Rousse Headland Sark St Andrews St Jacques St MartinSt Martins St Peter Port St Peters St Pierre Du Bois St Sampson St Grouville La Moye Rozel Bay St Aubin St Brelade St Clement St Clements Bay St HelierSt John St Lawrence St Martin St Mary St Ouen St Ouen’s Bay St Ouens Bay St Peter St Peters St Saviour Trinity

St Helier Guernsey Jersey

  • A Taste Of India, First Tower, 768318
  • Ad-Lib Restaurant, The Parade, 615639
  • Alhambra Hotel, Roseville Street, 732128
  • Aroma’s, Kensington Place, 617824
  • Atlantique Seafood Bar, 9-10 West Centre, 720052
  • Bar 10, Bond Street
  • B-B-Q Boss, 22 Rouge Bouillon, 876200
  • Bella Italia, 10-12 York Street, 725478
  • Bengal Bistro, 36 La Colomberie, 615165
  • Bentleys Restaurant, 9 Caledonia Place, 615141
  • Bistrot Central, 7-11 Don Street, 876933
  • Bohemia Bar & Restaurant, Green St, 880588
  • Brasserie at de Gruchy, King St, 818738
  • Brasserie de Ventes en Vers, Radisson SAS Waterfront Hotel, 671100
  • Buddhabar, Wharf Street, 729111
  • Cafe Aroma, Hotel de France, 614176
  • Cafe Ciao Ltd, 41 La Colomberie, 758138
  • Cafe des Artistes at Voisin’s, Voisin’s Dept Store, King St, 630990
  • Cafe Jac, Jersey Arts Centre, 879482
  • Caffe Ristorante Italia, Colomberie Court
  • Cafe Spice, Kensington Place, 737377
  • Cafe Zephyr, The Royal Yacht, 767729
  • Candlelight, Hotel Revere, Kensington Place, 611111
  • Casa Madeira, 23 Havre des Pas, 768203
  • Casa Mia, 57 Kensington Place, 766014
  • Casa Velha, 2 Elizabeth Pl, 610954
  • Chambers, Mulcaster Street, 735405
  • Club 72, 70-72 The Esplanade, 727100
  • Cock and Bottle, Royal Square, 722184
  • Cyrano’s, Kensington Place, 611006
  • Drifters, Havre des Pas, 723836
  • Daily Globe, 93 Bath Street, 870630
  • Diamond Chinese, 63 Halkett Place, 871600
  • Dog and Sausage, Halkett Street, 730982
  • Doran’s Courtyard Bistro, Kensington Place, 734866
  • Indian Ocean, La Motte St, 766117
  • Gio’s, 58 Halkett Place, 736733
  • Gradees, La Colomberie,871985
  • Green Olive, 1 Anley Street, 728198
  • Harbour Room Carvery, Pomme d’Or Hotel, Liberation Square, 880110
  • Jaipur, 20 Esplanade, 880069
  • Jersey Pottery Cafe, 5 Colomberie, 876005
  • Kaiyum’s Indian Restaurant, 12 Sand St, 730079
  • KFC, The Waterfront, 722400
  • La Bastille, 35 Queen Street, 874059
  • La Cantina, 7 Pierson Road, 724988
  • La Capannina, 67 Halkett Place, 734602
  • La Gondola, 35 Hill Street, 725784
  • La Petite Pomme, Pomme d’Or Hotel, Liberation Square, 766608
  • La Taverne, 6 York Street, 725190
  • La Vela D’Oro, 57 Kensington Place,
  • Lido’s, 6 Market Street
  • Little Italy, 36-38 Kensington Place, 720631
  • Lotus House, St Aubin’s Road, First Tower
  • Mahmood’s Tandoori Night, 6 Cheapside, 607091
  • Mandarin Room, 18 Gloucester Street, 638091
  • Mano’s Bistro, 5-6 West Centre, 727729
  • Mino’s, 66 Bath Street, 737397
  • Moitas, 20 Esplanade, 615161
  • Museum Brasserie, Jersey Museum, The Weighbridge, 510069
  • Nelson’s Eye, Havre des Pas, 875176
  • New Raj, 8 St Saviour’s Road, 874131
  • Pang’s 30 Aquila Road, 723510
  • Pinocchio’s, First Tower, 871744
  • Pizza Express, 59/61 Halkett Place, 733291
  • Pizzeria Romana, 17 Charing Cross, 618347
  • Post Horn, Hue Street, 872853
  • Restaurant de la Poste, 59 King Street, 871071
  • Restaurant Sirocco, The Royal Yacht, 615400
  • Roseville Bistro, 86 Roseville Street, 874259
  • Saffrons Rest, Hotel de France, 614450
  • Seasons Rest, David Place, 726521
  • Signature Bar and Restaurant, 75-77 Halkett Place, 510096
  • Tandoori Nights, 79 New Street
  • The Grill, The Royal Yacht, 720511
  • Viceroy Indian, 76 Bath Street
  • White Horse Inn, Havre des Pas, 730423

St Lawrence – Guernsey Jersey

  • Goose on the Green, Beaumont, 888273
  • Man’s Garden, Sandybrook Lane, 888682
  • Noble House, Bel Royal, 878181
  • The Sanctuary, Jersey War Tunnels, Les Charrieres Malorey, 888682
  • Waves, Bel Royal, 280161

St Brelade

  • Atlantic Hotel, Mont de la Pulente, 744101
  • Beau Bistro, St Brelade’s Bay   tel: 745983
  • Bengal Brasserie Restaurant, La Mont de la Pulente, 888719
  • Boat House Bar and Restaurant (Sails Brasserie) St Aubin, 747141
  • Bon Viveur, Le Boulevard, St Aubin
  • Carob Sandwich Bar, 19 Quennevais Pricinct, 490887
  • Cataplana, Mont Les Vaux747740
  • Cheffins, La Neuve Route, 747118
  • Ellies Bar & Bistro, La Monte de la Pulente, 746444
  • Golden Sands Hotel, St Brelade’s Bay, 741261
  • Hotel La Place, Route du Coin, 744261
  • Jambo Chinese, St Brelade’s Bay, 745801
  • Kuda Brasserie, Horse & Hound, La Route des Quennevais, 742837
  • La Barca, Bulwarks, St Aubin, 744275
  • La Haule Manor, La Neuve Route, 741246
  • La Place, La Route de Coin, 744261
  • Landmark Inn, La Marquanderie Hill, 741177
  • Miller’s Bar and China Boy, 4-5 Quennevais Precinct, 744032
  • New Dynasty Restaurant, 4 La Rue de Crocquet, 887299
  • Old Court House, St Aubin, 746433
  • Old Portelet Inn, Portelet Bay, 741899
  • Old Smuggler’s Inn, Ouaisne, 741510
  • Oyster Box, St Brelade’s Bay, 743311
  • Pizza Express, St Brelade’s Bay, 499049
  • Salty Dog Bar and Bistro, Le Boulevard, St Aubin, 742760
  • Shapla Indian, La Neuve Rue, St Aubin, 742760
  • St Aubin’s Wine Bar, St Aubin, 746495
  • Tenby Bars, St Aubin, 741224
  • The Brasserie, Hotel l’Horizon, St Brelade’s Bay, 743101
  • The Grill, Hotel l’Horizon, St Brelade’s Bay,
  • Tides Rest Somerville Hotel, St Aubin, 491910

St Peter

  • Bay Tree, St Peter’s Garden Centre, 498259
  • Bistro Soleil, La Route de la Haule, Beaumont, 720249
  • Les Charrieres Carvery, Les Charrieres, 481480
  • Greenhills, Mont de l’Ecole, 481042
  • Jersey Kitchen Restaurant, The Living Legend, 485496
  • Moulin du Vin, Les Chenolles, 487900
  • The Star and Tipsy Toad, St Peter’s Village, 485556
  • Victoria Pub, St Peter’s Valley, 485498

St Ouen

  • La Moulin de Lecq, Greve de Lecq, 482818
  • North Point Bistro, La Rue de la Porte, 483174
  • Prince of Wales, Greve de Lecq, 482278
  • Rocco’s, Les Mielles Golf And Country Club, 484278

     St Mary

  • Priory, Devil’s Hole, 485307
  • St Mary’s Country Inn, La Rue de Buttes, 482897

     St John

  • L’Auberge du Nord, La Route du Nord, 861697
  • Les Fontaines Tavern, Route du Nord, 862707

     Trinity

  • Black Dog, Bouley Bay, 869129
  • Dodo Restaurant, Durrell Wildlife, 864169
  • Oaklands Red Rose, La Route de la Trinite, 861735
  • Trinity Arms, Rue des Picots, 864691

     St Martin

  • Chateau la Chaire, Rozel Bay, 863354
  • Dolphin Restarant, Gorey Pier, 853370
  • The Gardeners Restaurant and Tearoom, Ransom’s Garden Centre, 853668

     Grouville

  • Jersey Pottery, Gorey, 850850
  • Moorings Hotel, Gorey Pier, Gorey, 853633
  • Oriental Dragon, Gorey Village,
  • Pembroke, Grouville Coast Road, 855756
  • Seascale, Gorey Pier, Gorey, 854395
  • Suma’s, Gorey, 853291
  • Village Bistro, Gorey, 853429

     St Clement

  • Le Hocq Bar and Restaurant, La Grande Route de la Cote, 854924
  • Green Island Restaurant, Green Island, 857787
  • Partners, Jersey Recreation Ground, 879797
  • Pontac House, Pontac, St Clement’s Bay, 857771

     St Saviour

  • Bonnetti’s Restaurant, Merton Hotel, Belvedere Hill
  • Longueville Manor, Longueville Road
  • Thai Dicq Shack Cafe, The Dicq Slip, 730273

  Cafes / Tea Rooms / Tea Gardens

     St Helier

  • Bean Around The World, 73 Halkett Pl, 619977
  • Big J Take Away, 30 Sand Street, 285961
  • Cafe des Artistes at Voisin’s, Voisin’s Dept Store, King St,639990
  • Cáfe Society, 10 Hilgrove St, 873280
  • Cafe Spice, 53 Kensington Place, 737377
  • Café Voyager, Don St, 737453
  • Cafe Zone, JEC Powerhouse, 514932
  • Cafejac, Jersey Arts Centre, 879482
  • Chicago Rock Cafe, The Waterfront, 789358
  • Henley’s Tea Room, 16 York Street, 737517
  • Kowloon Chinese Takeaway, 9 Ingouville Place, 732641
  • La Fregate, Les Jardins de la Mer, 733488
  • La Petite Pomme, Pomme d’Or Hotel, Liberation Square, 766608
  • Le Fricot, 1 The Parade, 618329
  • Le Petit Greek Cafe, 15 Royal Square, 888420
  • Mange Tout, 17 Colomberie, 607858
  • Mange Tout, 39 New Street, 729860
  • Mange Tout, 22 Sand St, 769635
  • Mange Tout, 14 Conway St, 789645
  • Movie Cafe, 47 La Colomberie, 878877
  • Museum Brasserie, Jersey Museum, The Weighbridge
  • Sid’s Place, 7 Colomberie Parade, 519176
  • Tanner’s Tea Room, Central Market, 723370
  • Wagon Wheel, 29 Kensington Place, 734161

     St Lawrence

  • Hamptonne Cafe, La Rue de la Patente, 863955

     St Brelade

  • Beau Bistro, St Brelade’s Bay   tel: 745983
  • Midbay Cafe, St Brelade’s Bay, 744714
  • Panorama Terrace, St Aubin, 742749
  • Poplars Tearoom, La Moye, 742184
  • Wayside Cafe, St Brelade, 743915

     St Peter

  • Bay Tree Tea Room, St Peter’s Garden Centre, 498259

     St Ouen

  • Big Vern’s Diner, St Ouen’s Bay, 481705
  • El Tico, St Ouen’s Bay
  • Le Braye, St Ouen’s Bay, 481395

     St Mary

  • Cafe Romany Ltd, Le Monte de Ste Marie, 482781

     St Martin

  • Breakwater Cafe, La Route de St Catherine, 851141
  • Cafe du Port, Gorey Pier, 840262
  • Cafe Louise, Gorey Pier, 854130
  • Gardener’s Tea Room, Ransom’s Garden Centre, 853668

     St Clement

  • Samares Manor, St Clements Inner Road, 721983

     Grouville

  • Café Poste, La Rue de la Ville es Renauds, 859696

     Trinity

  • Cafe Mimi, Rondels Farm Shop, 866797
  • Hungry Man Kiosk, Rozel Harbour, 863227

  Take-Aways

     St Helier

  • All Island Home Deliveries, 3 Union Court, 788877
  • Bengal Bistro, 1 Colomberie, 615165
  • Call-a-Curry, 3 Union Court, 788800
  • Call-a-Pizza, 3 Union Court, 788800
  • Chicago Food Bar, 6 Cattle Street, 724127
  • Diamond Chinese, 63 Halkett Place, 871600
  • Five Seasons Food Centre, 1 Sunshine Avenue, 870555
  • Fona Pizza, 3 Union Court, 788866
  • Gerry’s Fish Bar, 47 Great Union Road, 610958
  • Golden Bowl Take Away, 39 Trinity Road, 618883
  • Good Friend Chinese Take Away, 4 David Place, 733593
  • Hot Stuff Pizza, Stopford Road, 880404
  • Indian Ocean,
  • Jaipur, 20 Esplanade, 880069
  • Le Fricot, 1 The Parade, 618329
  • La Baguette Chaude, 5 York St, 767355
  • Lotus House Chinese Restaurant, First Tower, 878328
  • Mandarin Room, Gloucester Street, 638010
  • Mahmood’s Tandoori Night, 6 Cheapside, 607091
  • McDonald’s, 6 Halkett Street, 507909
  • New Raj, 8 St Saviour’s Road, 874131
  • Pang’s Chinese, 3 Union Ct, Union St, 723510
  • Robin Hood, 2 Union Court, 788888
  • Simon’s Takeaway, 43 Hill Street, 626911
  • Tandoori Nights, 79 New Street, 788855
  • Turkish Kitchen, Cheapside, 638899
  • The Taste, 3 Bath Street, 759245
  • Viceroy Indian, 76 Bath Street, 876984

     Grouville

  • Oriental Dragon, Mathew House, La Rue Hilgrove, 858811

     St Lawrence

  • Bel Royal Burger Stand, Bel Royal
  • Man’s Garden, Sandybrook Lane, 888682
  • Noble House, Bel Royal, 878181

     St Brelade

  • Bengal Brasserie Restaurant, La Monte de la Pulente, 888719
  • Jambo Chinese, St Brelade’s Bay

     St Ouen

     St Clement

  • Rice Bowl Restaurant, Greve d’Azette, 725831

     St Saviour

     St Peter

  • Little Golden Fry, Beaumont, 509720

Guernsey Jersey Steel band : Guernsey Jersey Steel band Solo : Guernsey Jersey Steel band Duo : Guernsey Jersey Steel band Trio : Guernsey Jersey Steel band Quartet : Guernsey Jersey Limbo by Design : Guernsey Jersey Mobile Dj : Guernsey Jersey Caribbean Mobile Dj

guernsey

  • Fewer cruise ships are expected in 2019 09 Dec 2018 11:31 Guernsey Press and Star It is expected that 91 ships will call in Guernsey next in 2019 – a fall from the 105 that were expected this year and 117 expected in 2017. In 2016, 106 ships were expected to call and in 2015 there were 118 scheduled. Not all the ships were able to stop …
  • Planners only have to look next door and into history for answer on new stadium 09 Dec 2018 11:31 Guernsey Press and Star It’s been painful to experience and see, but the island’s biggest sport is coming out of the other side. More danger looms though and key football officials are becoming nervous at the prolonged silence from the authorities on whether to give a green light …
  • Morality, religion and politics 09 Dec 2018 07:11 The Times Republican Billy Graham (1918-2018), the most influential Christian leader of the 21st century, must be rolling over in his grave while witnessing how some white evangelical Christians have abandoned moral judgment and social responsibility as they support President …
  • Plans for West Coast Eagles reserves’ clash with Peel Thunder at Optus Stadium hit hurdle 08 Dec 2018 19:16 Sunday Times Planning for a WAFL curtain-raiser between the next generation of West Coast and Fremantle players ahead of a western derby at Optus Stadium next season has reached a stalemate. The clashes between the Eagles’ new reserves team and Peel, the Dockers’ host …
  • Economic Substance Bill Tabled In The House 08 Dec 2018 16:30 bernews.com Minister of Finance Curtis Dickinson tabled the Economic Substance Bill in the House on Friday, with the Ministry saying the intention is that the legislation — which seeks to “enhance provisions relating to economic substance for registered entities” — …
  • Boat owners back deputy on St Peter Port reclamation 08 Dec 2018 16:24 Guernsey Press and Star Deputy Barry Paint, with Deputy Neil Inder, is lobbying for a three-phase project to be pursued. He presented his plans to members of the Guernsey Boatowners’ Association. President Nick Guillemette said there was a good turnout for the meeting, which also …
  • Men buzzing for Grinstead 08 Dec 2018 16:24 Guernsey Press and Star Having received a bye through the first round of the national knockout, the island side are away to East Grinstead Seconds tomorrow and coach Andy Whalley is under no illusions how tough the task ahead is, but it is one he is looking forward to. ‘We learnt …
  • Wightlink has paid no corporation tax in the UK for two years – and here’s why 08 Dec 2018 13:36 News FERRY firm Wightlink has paid no corporation tax for the past two years, it has been revealed. But the company, which runs a Portsmouth-Wightlink service, has said a huge £30m investment in a new ferry, and port improvements, meant it did not have to pay. …
  • Sam answers SOS 08 Dec 2018 12:46 Guernsey Press and Star ‘He has trained with us and always said, ‘‘if you need someone’’, said acting coach Steve Sharman, who will also have his 16-year-old godson, Tom Jackson, among the three subs at Crayford where the promotion-chasing opponents play. Jackson, a central …
  • Airport security check back to two lanes 08 Dec 2018 12:46 Guernsey Press and Star But airport managers have warned that the era of getting through security quickly is coming to an end. The area was reduced to one lane while building work is taking place. However this resulted in passengers queueing for up to an hour to get through …
  • Former local resident jailed in UK for abuse 08 Dec 2018 12:46 Guernsey Press and Star Accountant Philip Levi, 73, of 24 Vinery Court, Huntingdon, Cambridge, admitted 12 counts of indecent assault on a male person and three counts of indecency with a child at a court appearance on 20 July. Levi lived in Guernsey and Sark for 15 years after …
  • Burkett re-elected at Ohio Farm Bureau president 08 Dec 2018 08:31 Norwalk Reflector The bureau is the state’s largest general farm organization. Officers and trustees elected today include: • President Frank Burkett III • Vice President Bill Patterson • Treasurer Cy Prettyman • District 2 trustee Wade Smith: Lucas, Ottawa, Sandusky and …
  • Bombers hand Shiel BJ’s jumper 08 Dec 2018 02:52 News.com.au Essendon has wasted no time in getting on with life after Brendon Goddard, handing over the club great’s iconic No.9 jumper. And plenty is expected of the man who’s taken the guernsey. SCROLL DOWN TO SEE EVERY NEW JUMPER ANNOUNCED SO FAR New recruit Dylan …
  • Selena Gomez 08 Dec 2018 02:45 Grammy.com What have you been listening to lately? We've been keeping our ears open this past month, and we heard everything from killer synth beats and hardcore rock to lilting pop ballads and even a little Sinatra-inspired bossa nova. Our GRAMMY.com editors …
  • Are we missing a good opportunity to share skills and spread the workload? 07 Dec 2018 13:21 Jersey Evening Post YOU may not have been following this closely, but Guernsey’s Committee for Home Affairs hasn’t been having the best of times lately. That’s largely its own fault, because it asked HM Inspectorate of Constabulary to review its performance – and got panned …
  • Help choose Tasmania Devils clash strip 07 Dec 2018 12:31 Mercury TASMANIA’S football representative teams are all called the Devils. The home guernsey, along more traditional lines, will be revealed early next year but now it’s time to select the “clash” strip, so it’s over to you to choose it. AFL Tasmania has …
  • WDE Announces Official Judges for 2019 Dairy Shows 07 Dec 2018 11:34 Wisconsin Ag Connection WDE Announces Official Judges for 2019 Dairy Shows Wisconsin Ag Connection - 12/07/2018 World Dairy Expo has announced the official judges for its 2019 dairy cattle shows. Organizers say this slate of individuals will be responsible for placing …
  • Crash plane in 'high-speed nose dive' 07 Dec 2018 09:40 BBC Image copyright DAVIS FAMILY Image caption Gordon Davis was one of two men killed when the light aircraft crashed A light aircraft was at "high-speed in a steep nose-down" dive when it crashed killing two men, an accident investigation report has …
  • Strategy developed to power finance ‘engine’ of economy 07 Dec 2018 09:24 Guernsey Press and Star The finance sector policy framework has been developed by Economic Development and industry body Guernsey Finance with the goal of building on the industry’s existing strengths and wider trends. It sets out priorities to ensure a flourishing sector, which …
  • Local offering brings family offices home 07 Dec 2018 09:24 Guernsey Press and Star David Bowen, who leads Deloitte’s Private Office Consulting practice, said the current climate was challenging for high net worth families –both in issues they were facing and issues confronting jurisdictions operating in the sector. ‘We are starting to …
  • Attitude shift needed for sport to grow 07 Dec 2018 09:24 Guernsey Press and Star On Wednesday it confirmed that £527,000 was added to its economy by the Super League Triathlon event this summer. The event attracted more than 10,000 spectators to watch the action live on the waterfront over two days, with the broadcast coverage seen by …
  • Winter Wonderland attracts hundreds but rain has impact 07 Dec 2018 09:24 Guernsey Press and Star However hundreds of people still turned out for the event, armed with waterproofs and torches. This was the 22nd year that the Bachmanns have opened up their illuminated St Saviour’s garden for the evening, in aid of Cancer Research UK (Guernsey) and the …
  • Maya makes her bow 07 Dec 2018 09:24 Guernsey Press and Star The Guernsey girl, 16, appeared in Brighton and Hove Albion WFC’s starting line-up in Wednesday night’s Women’s League Cup match against Crystal Palace LFC, which the Seagulls won 5-1 at their home ground at Broadfield Stadium in Crawley. Her previous …
  • Cargo plane in dive after controls failure 07 Dec 2018 09:24 Guernsey Press and Star A report from the Air Accidents Investigation Branch said the most likely cause of the problem was a combination of the wrong kind of trim being applied, together with wear in one of the controls. The incident occurred at about 7am on 14 February, when the …
  • Think small for sports tourism – campaigner 07 Dec 2018 09:24 Guernsey Press and Star Speaking in today’s Guernsey Press sports pages, Mark Naftel said that if the island had a different infrastructure it could put on bigger events such as the Super League Triathlon, which Jersey hosted earlier this year. His comments come in the wake of …
  • Hawks young gun to inherit Cyril’s No.33 07 Dec 2018 07:58 Mercury Hawthorn has handed the famous No.5 and 33 to future stars of the club. Rising Star nominee James Worpel will take over the No.5 from the departed Ryan Burton, a guernsey made famous by the likes of Peter Crimmins and Sam Mitchell. SCROLL DOWN TO SEE EVERY …
  • Betway make key addition to Aintree sponsorship 06 Dec 2018 23:35 Calvinayre Grand National Festival’s betting partner to sponsor Many Clouds Chase and Grand Sefton Handicap Thursday 6th December 2018 – Betway, the official betting partner of the Randox Health Grand National Festival, will now also sponsor Aintree’s Many Clouds …
  • Anthony Pahnke: It’s time to investigate corporate concentration in agriculture 06 Dec 2018 20:51 www.madison.com The price tags at the grocery store, particularly for food items, hide a lot. Over the past couple decades, they have hidden from consumers the increasing concentration in nearly every facet of the food industry. It’s the least our current government can …
  • Tony’s pictures feature on local lifeboat calendar 06 Dec 2018 19:19 Guernsey Press and Star Tony Rive is an avid supporter of the St Peter Port lifeboat and harbour scene and spends his spare time capturing images of boats in island waters. Thorough his work he has got to know plenty of the lifeboat crew and has now had a number of his impressive …
  • Anglo Leasing firm not ghost, says UK fraud unit 06 Dec 2018 19:07 Business Daily Thursday, December 6, 2018 20:30 By ABIUD OCHIENG Swiss-based lawyer Marc Henzelin hired by Kenya to seek evidence linked to the Anglo Leasing contracts in Switzerland testifies before the Anti-Corruption Court last July. FILE PHOTO | NMG  The UK Serious …
  • Execution of Subscription Agreement for Shares of Northern Vertex Mining Corp. 06 Dec 2018 17:59 Tradingcharts.com GUERNSEY, Channel Islands, Dec 06, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) -- Further to the press release of Northern Vertex Mining Corp. (the "Company") of December 6, 2018, Greenstone Resources II L.P. ("Greenstone") announces that it has …
  • Hemingford Board pauses on railroad quiet zone discussion 06 Dec 2018 17:44 KCOW By SPIKE JORDAN Hemingford Ledger  HEMINGFORD  — The Hemingford Village Board of Trustees has paused discussion of railroad quiet zones for the time being after hearing information from Burlington Northern Santa Fe Trainmaster Patrick Hartman at its …
  • HIV/Aids sufferers to benefit from unexpected Liberate gift 06 Dec 2018 14:58 Guernsey Press and Star Liberate, the Channel Islands’ equality and diversity charity, was the recipient of the donation last year and has developed a confidential survey to identify how best the money could be spent. It is asking islanders to complete the online survey. You do …
  • MPs determined on ownership register 06 Dec 2018 14:58 Guernsey Press and Star Dame Margaret Hodge and former Tory party chief whip Andrew Mitchell, who are both pushing for the change, visited Jersey this week following earlier trips to Guernsey and the Isle of Man. Following a vote on an amendment to a UK anti-money-laundering bill …
  • Butterfield Announces Share Repurchase Program 06 Dec 2018 13:14 Tradingcharts.com The Bank of N.T. Butterfield & Son Limited ("Butterfield" or the "Bank") (BSX: NTB.BH) (NYSE: NTB) today announced that its Board of Directors has approved a new share repurchase program pursuant to which the Bank is authorized to …
  • Health, ESS presidents seek drug policy change 06 Dec 2018 11:25 Guernsey Press and Star A requete by Deputy Peter Roffey wants Guernsey patients referred to the UK to have access to Nice [National Institute for Health and Care Excellence] approved drugs that are not normally available locally, but also says that in the medium term all Nice- …
  • Joint solar power project is granted planning permission 06 Dec 2018 11:25 Guernsey Press and Star Guernsey Electricity and Guernsey Post announced their joint plans in October. The new solar array, which will be built on the roof of Guernsey Post’s headquarters at Envoy House, La Vrangue, will be approximately 200kW in size and will produce around 200, …
  • Don’t destroy Town seafront 06 Dec 2018 11:25 Guernsey Press and Star However, I will start with the tourist information centre. Here we have an iconic and unique building, a joy for visitors and locals to visit. Light and airy, with clean toilets, masses of information about Guernsey and the other islands, and a pleasant …
  • Gardening firms protest at later opening of waste site 06 Dec 2018 11:25 Guernsey Press and Star The demonstration lasted for an hour to show how many companies would be impacted by changing the opening time from 7am to 8am as happened on Tuesday morning. A letter was sent to affected businesses in September, but they received nothing since then to …
  • ‘Massive win’ for smiling Simpson 06 Dec 2018 11:24 Guernsey Press and Star The 31-year-old Guernsey professional booked his place in the third round of the inaugural $180k Black Ball Squash Open in cairo – the final PSA Platinum event of the year – with an against-the-odds 11-7, 5-11, 11-8, 9-11, 11-9 over the home player who, at …
  • Unlocking a world of opportunity 06 Dec 2018 11:24 Guernsey Press and Star Robert Sillars, CEO, Sigma, replies: ‘IN RECENT weeks you have heard from Duncan Tait of global technology company Fujitsu as he has outlined his vision for a digital future for the island of Guernsey. This week, we would like to share a more local …
  • What makes a ‘real man’? 06 Dec 2018 11:24 Guernsey Press and Star WE LEARN that society expects different things of men and women at a young age – but not that young, as I discovered when my then three-year-old son announced that he wanted to go to a party dressed as a princess. ‘OK,’ I said. ‘Princesses are cool.’ The …
  • Transforming workforce requires a response from HR and business 06 Dec 2018 11:24 Guernsey Press and Star Susie Crowder, managing director of Bright Futures, replies: HUB or spoke, we are all part of an ecosystem. Who will stand to benefit most from the rapid technological advancements and subsequent business practice changes will depend on human capital …
  • The benefits of remortgaging 06 Dec 2018 11:24 Guernsey Press and Star Marsden Building Society is supported by SPF Private Clients’ lender panel offering mortgage solutions for Guernsey residents. Rob Pheasey, chief executive at the Marsden, discusses how Marsden Guernsey lending solutions support borrowers looking for a new …
  • UK's top cruises of 2018 announced by Cruise Critic 06 Dec 2018 10:31 Travel Daily News Cruise Vicky Karantzavelou / 06 Dec 2018 10:45 93 Celebrity Edge is Best New Ocean Ship; U by Uniworld Scoops Best New River Ship for The A and The B. Best New Ship (Ocean): Celebrity Edge (Photo Credit: Celebrity Cruises). LONDON - Cruise Critic, the …
  • Anglian Water has taken the top spot as the best UK company to work for, according to its own staff 06 Dec 2018 08:25 Charleston Daily Mail Anglian Water has been crowned the best place to work in Britain according to latest league tables from recruitment website Glassdoor, which uses anonymous staff feedback.  The utilities company was ranked number two last year but has managed to knock …
  • Rahn: The battle against death and taxes 06 Dec 2018 03:59 Caymanian Compass Richard W. Rahn Want to live longer? Your odds improve if you are a rich, well-educated Asian or European woman accountant who engages in moderate exercise. If you are an overweight retired professional football player, your odds of having a shorter than …
  • Cheyenne Rock, Paper, Scissors Champ Shoots For Fame And Glory 06 Dec 2018 01:17 KGAB The Denver Broncos and Cleveland Browns won't be the only talented athletes on the field at Mile High next Saturday. Brad Grady will also be there representing Cheyenne in the Bud Light Rocky Mountain Rock, Paper, Scissors Tournament. Last month, Grady …
  • Green stars as Panthers continue their upturn in fortunes 05 Dec 2018 23:53 Guernsey Press and Star The travelling Panthers’ confident approach to their Clan Two match last weekend faced a few knocks from hard memories of past clashes and a recent turnaround in results from the rival side, but the Guernsey girls achieved the task at hand. Jemma Green’s …
  • Portsmouth pensioner refused credit for Specsavers hearing aid – because he didn’t have a mobile phone 05 Dec 2018 23:02 News Portsmouth pensioners Robert and Jan Absolom were stunned when a Specsavers zero finance offer for a £1,300 hearing aid was turned down because they didn’t have a mobile phone. The couple’s dialogue of the deaf emerged when Robert went along for a sight …
  • Property firms Summit Germany, Gateway eye 2019 share sales -sources 05 Dec 2018 20:44 Reuters * Summit may offer more than 25 pct of share capital * Seeks funds for more investments * Gateway considering raising capital in H1 2019 (Adds confirmation from Gateway) By Arno Schuetze FRANKFURT, Dec 5 (Reuters) - German commercial property group Summit …
  • Waterfowl hunters pay $1,649 in fines after being caught breaking the law 05 Dec 2018 20:21 Norwalk Reflector Central Ohio – Wildlife District One During waterfowl season, State Wildlife Officer John Coffman, assigned to Fayette County, received a complaint concerning goose hunters who were shooting geese on a property without permission. Officer Coffman arrived …
  • Aquinnah: Breaking bread 05 Dec 2018 19:21 Martha's Vineyard Times I know the winter is supposed to be the quiet time on the Island, but the up- Island folk are really upping their game this year, and there is a lot to do this week. Yes, much of it is holiday-related, and many (but not all) of the events involve shopping. …
  • World Dairy Expo announces 2019 judges 05 Dec 2018 17:35 Star World Dairy Expo recently announced the eight individuals who will serve as official judges during the 2019 World Dairy Expo Dairy Cattle Show, Oct. 1-5, 2019. The official judges are responsible for the evaluation and placing of more than 2,300 cattle at …
  • UPDATE 3-Property firms Summit Germany, Gateway eye 2019 share sales -sources 05 Dec 2018 14:43 London South East * Summit may offer more than 25 pct of share capital * Seeks funds for more investments * Gateway considering raising capital in H1 2019 (Adds confirmation from Gateway) By Arno Schuetze FRANKFURT, Dec 5 (Reuters) - German commercial property group Summit …
  • The world's best cruises of 2018 revealed 05 Dec 2018 13:48 Charleston Daily Mail The world's best cruise companies have been revealed by those who really know a ship that's ship-shape when they see one – professional cruise critics. Staff members from Cruise Critic - the world's largest cruise reviews site and online cruise …
  • Prep Rewind: Shamrocks handle Webberville in opener 05 Dec 2018 10:53 Sentinel Standard Portland St. Patrick’s girls basketball team ran away with a 62-21 win over Webberville on Tuesday night. The Shamrocks led 41-13 at the half. Katelyn Russell led with offense with 19 points, while Lexi Haas and Lydia Meredith each had 12 points. GIRLS …
  • Visit of MPs campaigning for greater financial transparency 05 Dec 2018 09:18 Jersey Evening Post Dame Margaret Hodge and former Tory party chief whip Andrew Mitchell are both pushing for the change and have also visited the Isle of Man and Guernsey. Following a vote on an amendment to a UK anti-money-laundering bill, a public register – which reveals …
  • Islanders with disabilities enjoy special late-night shopping event 05 Dec 2018 09:09 Guernsey Press and Star Project lead Karen Blanchford said she was over the moon with how the event went. ‘It has been brilliant, there’s a great number of organisations taking part putting on great accessible activities.’ Seventeen organisations and charities had stalls set up …
  • Good feedback for Town art venue idea 05 Dec 2018 09:09 Guernsey Press and Star Art For Guernsey have posted the video detailing their vision for the site, promising to build ‘one of the top ten boutique art venues in the world’. The two-minute video has been viewed over 10,000 times by site users, many of them posting comments on how …
  • New ATRs ‘bad use of taxpayers’ money’ 05 Dec 2018 09:09 Guernsey Press and Star But States Trading Supervisory Board president Peter Ferbrache said its case for replacing the ATR fleet was not based on the provision of this technology. And Aurigny has vigorously defended its case, saying much of the analysis was based on out of date …
  • Richland County Historical Discovery 04 Dec 2018 18:24 Olney Daily Mail Tuesday Dec 4, 2018 at 11:31 AM Heritage Foundation Board Member, Larry Judge, recently located, at the Carnegie Museum, a rare and well preserved (nearly 180 year old) land patent for a parcel of land in Richland County. A land patent is an exclusive  …
  • Tiny Channel Island seeks new warden - swimming pool included 04 Dec 2018 17:42 Itv.com Many people dream of a quieter life and a small island off Guernsey could provide the answer for an adventurous soul. Lihou, which sits 500m off Guernsey, is searching for a new warden after the current incumbent decided to head for a new life in France …
  • Utica Shale well activity as of Dec. 4 04 Dec 2018 15:38 Repository Tuesday Dec 4, 2018 at 10:02 AM UTICA SHALE WELL ACTIVITY AS OF DEC. 4 DRILLED: 245 (246 as of last week) DRILLING: 129 (130) PERMITTED: 473 (466) PRODUCING: 2,088 (2,086) TOTAL: 2,935 (2,928) Seven horizontal permits were issued during the week that ended …
  • Rare chance to live as sole resident on Channel island of Lihou is on offer 04 Dec 2018 14:24 Charleston Daily Mail The tranquil island of Lihou has a rich history, with Benedictine monks from Mont Saint Michel in Normandy in the earliest known settlers. They built a monastery in the 12th century - the remains of which can still be seen - as they tried to convert …
  • Silent Vale deemed ‘pathetic’ by a fan 04 Dec 2018 13:30 Guernsey Press and Star But Martyn Lowe, the Vale club president, admitted yesterday it had been a fiasco. ‘We need more information at the moment,’ he said, without wishing to go into more details. ‘I do think we have been unfairly treated at the moment – that’s a personal view …
  • Lihou island needs a new warden - and you get the whole idyllic place to yourself 04 Dec 2018 12:46 Mirror A rare job opportunity has arisen to escape the 'rat race' and become warden and sole inhabitant of a island - complete with its own natural swimming pool. The tiny island of Lihou, boasts breathtaking views and will offer one lucky person the …
  • Cassidy calls for dominance of county football 04 Dec 2018 12:44 Jersey Evening Post The Caesareans kick off their debut Southern Counties Cup campaign against the Royal Navy in Portsmouth tonight, and after receiving a bye in the first round a place in the final is already up for grabs. Cassidy's men approach the semi-final following …
  • County hunters take 1,132 deer 04 Dec 2018 12:02 Morning Journal News COLUMBUS — Despite enduring some poor weather, hunters in Ohio checked 60,557 white-tailed deer during the 2018 weeklong deer-gun season, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. Last year, hunters checked 72,814 deer over the same period. …
  • Gow and Greenhalgh latest to fall to Raiders injury jinx 04 Dec 2018 09:35 Guernsey Press and Star Guernsey travelled to Dings Crusaders on Saturday with an injury-depleted squad and suffered a couple more major setbacks with fullback Alex Gow breaking his fibula while fly-half Henry Greenhalgh damaged his knee, potentially seriously. ‘Alex needs …
  • Lack of focus on justice has costly results 04 Dec 2018 09:35 Guernsey Press and Star This is the very real manifestation of a failure to overhaul and refresh the island’s justice policy. It means that talk has returned again to alternatives to short-term custodial sentences like the use of tagging to allow early conditional release. If …
  • Home Affairs investigating sending prisoners to Jersey 04 Dec 2018 09:35 Guernsey Press and Star In Guernsey’s States last week, Home Affairs president Mary Lowe said that prison numbers could reach a ‘crisis point’ in the next two years, if projections were correct. She said that an upward trend in prisoner numbers had triggered an ‘immediate …
  • Corbyn as PM would drive business into island – lord 04 Dec 2018 09:34 Guernsey Press and Star Former UK trade minister Lord Digby Jones issued the stark assessment, saying that business was more worried about a Labour government led by Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell than Brexit. Revealing he would permanently move to Guernsey if they gained power …
  • One political group not enough for deputy as he joins another 04 Dec 2018 09:34 Guernsey Press and Star Carl Meerveld is still on the executive committee of the Islanders Association, which was formed in March and helped get island-wide voting passed in October’s referendum. However, he has confirmed he has also signed up as a member of the new 2020 …
  • Bearded men raise thousands for Mug 04 Dec 2018 09:34 Guernsey Press and Star The campaign by Male Uprising Guernsey encouraged men to grow a beard to increase awareness of male cancers and help those who are affected by prostate, bowel and testicular cancer. One such fundraiser was 76-year-old Jubilee Centre user Barry Samson, who …
  • Warden job vacancy on tiny island 04 Dec 2018 06:16 BBC Image copyright Kevin Lajoie/Aeriali Image caption Lihou offers outdoor activities including climbing, abseiling, coasteering, rock jumping and archery A tiny island which comes with its own natural swimming pool needs a new warden. The successful …
  • Wyoming High School Girls Basketball Scoreboard: December 6-8, 2018 04 Dec 2018 04:58 KGAB For most teams, there's only 2 weekends of games before the winter break. Thursday, December 6: Class 4A: Denver, CO Strive Prep at Thunder Basin - 5:45pm Cheyenne East vs. Ft. Collins, CO Poudre - 3:30pm at Ft. Collins, CO Rocky Mountain HS Cheyenne …
  • Wyoming High School Boys Basketball Scoreboard: December 6-8, 2018 04 Dec 2018 04:58 KGAB Most of the games on opening weekend will either take place at Riverton, Gillette, Lyman, Mountain View, Glenrock, Burns, Upton, Hanna or Encampment. Thursday, December 6: Class 4A: Cheyenne Central vs. Denver, CO Strive Prep - TBA at Gillette Rapid City, …
  • Too little progress against death and taxes 04 Dec 2018 04:03 Washington Times ANALYSIS/OPINION: Want to live longer? Your odds improve if you are a rich, well-educated Asian or European woman accountant who engages in moderate exercise. If you are an overweight retired professional football player, your odds of having a shorter …
  • Crystal Cruises Unveiling Over Two Dozen Voluntourism Experiences for 201 03 Dec 2018 22:37 Travel Agent Central Continuing its “You Care. We Care.” voluntourism adventures into the new year, Crystal is unveiling more than two dozen voluntourism experiences for its 2019 ocean voyages. Offered on most Crystal Symphony and Crystal Serenity sailings, as well as select …
  • New law allows ODNR to plug more wells 03 Dec 2018 16:33 Repository Ohio Department of Natural Resources revamping orphan well program with bigger budget. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources is revving up its program to plug oil and gas wells that were left behind by their owners. State lawmakers more than doubled the …
  • Bones of Handless Man Found Near Mysterious Medieval Dolphin Burial 03 Dec 2018 15:14 LiveScience The human remains, but no hands, were found a few weeks ago on a rocky islet off the British Channel Island of Guernsey. Credit: Guernsey Archaeology The body of a man without hands, thought to have been buried hundreds of years ago, has been found by …
  • Oral histories project preserves precious memories of older Steel City generation 03 Dec 2018 14:56 Sheffield Telegraph A project to preserve the oral histories of the district’s older generation is being run by St Luke’s Hospice in Sheffield. One of those histories is that of Ian Betts. Son of a blacksmith, scholarship boy, trained accountant, IT expert, businessman, rugby …
  • Equity firm's March exit 'is not a sign of exodus’ 03 Dec 2018 14:16 Guernsey Press and Star The reassuring messages come after HICL Infrastructure Company Ltd confirmed its intention to change the domicile and tax residency of its investment business from Guernsey to the UK within days of Brexit taking place next March. Rules requiring tax …
  • La Moye to take Guernsey prisoners? 03 Dec 2018 12:12 Jersey Evening Post In Guernsey’s States last week, Home Affairs president Mary Lowe said that prison numbers could reach a ‘crisis point’ in the next two years, if projections were correct. She said that an upward trend in prisoner numbers had triggered an ‘immediate …
  • Visiting boss says GFC are on the up 03 Dec 2018 10:27 Guernsey Press and Star But the Cannons’ boss Sam Denly was full of praise for the home team who again produced some luscious football without a killer touch, the sort of which was provided by the visitors big No. 9 and top scorer, Zak Ansah. ‘Guernsey are a good side and we knew …
  • Pregnant deputy prefers pedal power 03 Dec 2018 10:27 Guernsey Press and Star In August this year, New Zealand’s minister for women, Julie Ann Genter, gave birth to her first child after cycling to the hospital. Genter gained a lot of media attention because of it, but for one local deputy it made perfect sense. ‘Cycling is my …
  • Church Square nativity scene receives blessing 03 Dec 2018 10:27 Guernsey Press and Star While the St Peter Port Christmas lights were switched on the day before, the religious display was lit separately in a short service attended by around 50 people. Led by Town Church rector, the Rev. Matthew Barrett, there were festive songs performed by …
  • ‘Fair access to care, meds and treatment’ 03 Dec 2018 10:27 Guernsey Press and Star They have described inequalities, the costs they face and attempts to access clinical trials in a bid to combat the illnesses they face. The group is supporting a move led by Deputy Peter Roffey to force the funding of all treatments and medicines approved …
  • Record and CD fair still a hit with islanders in ninth year 03 Dec 2018 10:27 Guernsey Press and Star Held at Blanchelande College, stallholders and customers occupied the main hall with live music throughout the day provided by the The Vale Earth Fair Collective. The event raises valuable funds for Guernsey Motor Neurone LBG, a charity especially close to …
  • New Hawk Scully bullish on ankle recovery 03 Dec 2018 01:00 SBS Television Hawthorn recruit Tom Scully remains unsure exactly when he will return from a significant ankle injury but he is supremely confident he will pull on the Hawks guernsey in 2019. The 2009 No.1 draft pick broke his right ankle against Collingwood in round two …
  • £11k raised for murder victim's family 02 Dec 2018 06:33 Express and Star The father-of-four was killed in the early hours of October 12 in Raven Crescent, Ashmore Park. Since his death, seven people have been arrested and two charged. Now, the family of the 31-year-old has received more than £11,000 in generous donations. The £ …
  • Guest column/Too many questions remain in Zalenski case 02 Dec 2018 05:16 The Herald Star We, as officials with Neffs American Legion Post 77, were horrified to read the press release from the Diocese of Steubenville during the week of Oct. 29. We saw a glaring and blatant gross misrepresentation of at least one name on that list, the Rev. Gary …
  • Doing things properly can’t be optional 02 Dec 2018 04:59 Guernsey Press and Star So from this, and other comments from States members, I gather there’s not much sympathy for Home Affairs or president Mary Lowe over the governance issues that have been exposed by that external review of the committee’s behaviours. Come to that, I’ve …
  • Strawberry Farm contents up for sale today 02 Dec 2018 04:59 Guernsey Press and Star Permission was granted in October to turn the former tourist attraction, owned by the Fuller Group, into housing, subject to certain conditions. The proceeds of the sale, which takes place between 11am to 3pm, will be donated to Help a Guernsey Child. ‘It …
  • Victor Hugo society wants to use tourist information building 02 Dec 2018 04:59 Guernsey Press and Star The Victor Hugo In Guernsey Society won a category in the recent Tourism Ideathon for its plans to convert the centre into a hub that would celebrate the life and works of the French poet and novelist. The building is one of six St Peter Port sites that …
  • Children’s author to meet her fans in Kirkcaldy 02 Dec 2018 02:22 Fife Today Published: 17:11 Friday 30 November 2018 Dysart author Tracey Thomson will be doing a meet and greet along with book signings of her Show Me series, at WH Smith in Kirkcaldy tomorrow afternoon (Saturday). She will be in the store from noon until 1pm. …
  • POWER 30: Who is Clarence Valley's Most Influencial in 2018? 01 Dec 2018 21:26 Daily Examiner IT'S December again, when annual countdowns and reflective musings about the year that was prevail. It also means it's time for the annual The Daily Examiner Power 30 list to be revealed. Launched last year to much hype, gossip and dissection, the …
  • Fleeced: A social media post about Duluth Trading goes viral 01 Dec 2018 20:48 Farm and Dairy Commentary by Rebecca Miller Let’s face it. It’s hard to find women’s farm and work clothing. For years, I resigned myself to buying the smallest men’s sizes I could find — especially pants. Forget worrying about whether the rise fit. I just wanted to make …
  • Rampion wind farm officially launched at i360 ceremony 01 Dec 2018 16:23 Shoreham Herald The Rampion wind farm, eight miles off the coast of Sussex, was officially launched at a ceremony on the i360 in Brighton today (November 30). The 116 turbines are set to generate enough power for around 350,000 homes. After three years of construction …

Jersey

We use cookies to provide you with the best experience. see our privacy policy. Steelasophical, Cookies help us to better serve you and improve our services. By continuing, you agree to our use of cookies. <••• Accept •••>