Guernsey News from Thursday, September 17th, 2020
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10 Days Left To Complete Secondary Education Survey
There are just 10 days left for islanders to take part in a secondary education survey organised by Education Sport and Culture.
Guernsey Man Cycles 'Route 66' For Good Causes
Andrew Thompson, who has an incurable eye disease, is hoping to raise hundreds of pounds by riding 2,400 miles - the equivalent distance of Route 66.
Election Countdown: 3 Weeks To Go
It's been a busy week for candidates standing in next month's general election. Here's Island FM's round-up of this week's election news.
Islands Respond To Fishing Rights 'Surrender' Claim
The governments of Jersey and Guernsey have reacted to national media reports suggesting Britain could surrender control over Channel Islands fishing to try and pass a Brexit deal.
Sark Electricity 'Commercially Unviable' Without Land Access Law
Sark Electricity is not commercially viable as a private business unless the island's authorities introduce land access laws, according to the boss of the company.