Guernsey News from Thursday, November 19th, 2020
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Gove Questioned Over Representing Islands In Brexit Talks
The chair of the House of Lords Select Committee has written a letter to the UK government, asking for reassurance that the Crown Dependencies' concerns and priorities are being taken into account during Brexit negotiations.
Plans For Upgraded PEH To Be On Public Display
You can view the newly-approved plans for Phase 1 of an extensive series of upgrades to the Princess Elizabeth Hospital.
Payroll Co-funding Scheme To Continue
Wage subsidies will continue until the spring for Guernsey's businesses worst affected by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Rescuers Called To Plastic Bird Of Prey
Reports of a falcon caught in netting have proved to be a fallacy.
Funding Cut For Some Overseas Aid Projects
Some of the projects funded by the Overseas Aid and Development Commission will be cut next year because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Attempt To Block Recycling Price Hike
A proposed rise in recycling charges is to be opposed in the December sitting of the States.