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Construction progressing well on new Longue Hougue waste facility
Friday 22 September 2017

A new facility to process waste from households and businesses, prior to export for energy recovery or recycling, will open at Longue Hougue next year.

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ESC responds to union comments
Thursday 21 September 2017

The Committee for Education, Sport & Culture welcomes the comments from the National Education Union (NEU) which it has received as part of its engagement on proposals for the future structure of secondary and post-16 education.

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New Corporate Customer Counter open at Edward T Wheadon House.
Thursday 21 September 2017

On Tuesday this week we opened a new Corporate Customer Service Counter on Level 3 Edward T Wheadon House.

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High19°CLow13°C
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Arrow Portsmouth 16:30 17:51A 


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Aurigny20:502017-09-23ManchesterGR679Approx 2050


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Aurigny18:502017-09-23AlderneyGR290Departed 1847
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For example, by sending in your complaints, compliments or comments or by contacting Deputies directly, so they are aware of your views on topics to be debated at States Meetings, you can help shape the future of the Island.

 

When changes to policies or services are being considered, the States will actively consult with relevant organisations and individuals to find out their views and opinions on proposals before changes are decided. When large numbers of responses are expected, consultation will often be in the form of a structured questionnaire. All the topics that are open for comment by the public are listed below and the latest information on previous consultations is available here.

 

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