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Guernsey Law Officers announce first-time forfeited asset sharing with the United States
Friday 08 December 2017

Guernsey has today announced during a visit to the Department of Justice in Washington D.C. that it will share with the United States government approximately $14.3 million recovered while assisting U.S. prosecutors and investigators with two U.S. criminal cases in which money was laundered via Guernsey.

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Under 21 Contraception Pilot
Thursday 07 December 2017

The Committee for Employment & Social Security and the Committee for Health & Social Care have launched a pilot to provide free contraceptive services to women under the age of 21.

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Gross Domestic Product estimates increase following methodology update
Thursday 07 December 2017

Guernsey will now have a more accurate picture of what its economy looks like following work to update the methodology by which Gross Domestic Product is calculated, aligning the island to international standards.

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The Guernsey Language Commission - Speaking up for our Language Créyaïz, ach'vaïz

The States Strategic Plan, reaffirmed by the States in 2013, requires that "the government of Guernsey aims to protect and improve the island's environment, unique cultural identity and rich heritage." The Guernsey Language is close to the top of the list of priorities in terms of our environment, identity and heritage.

The Guernsey Language Commission was set up to raise awareness of the local patois, Guernésiais and to assist the existing groups and individuals that already do much to celebrate and teach the language.

The Guernsey Language Commission is funded by a grant from the States but also seeks support and sponsorship from the private sector and local individuals.

For more information on the Language Commission and the many opportunities it offers for learning the language and participating in their events and also for information on their translation service for use in your business slogans and signage, visit their website at language.gg

 

 

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