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  • News - Monday 19 June 2023
  • Poultry includes domestic fowl, ducks, geese, turkeys, and guinea fowl. Importing Poultry from Great Britain or the Crown Dependencies (Channel Islands & Isle o...
  • Information about importing and exporting pets   Animal Import Notification A pre-notification must be completed at least 24 hours prior to the arrival of anima...
  • Information about the movement of equidae to and from the Bailiwick of Guernsey Changes to Equine Identification in England from October 2020 The following link...
  • Commercial vs Non-commercial Pet Travel A non-commercial movement is defined as ' any movement which does not have as its aim either the sale or the transfer of...
  • On 4th September 2019, the Economic Statistics (Guernsey and Alderney) Law was approved by the States of Guernsey (after earlier proposals relating to "Standard...
  • You can find out more about occupation codes on this page. Occupational classification codes can be used to group together jobs, roles or skill levels. Using a...
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  • Are you struggling to make ends meet but don't qualify for income support? Your income support level, also known as your Requirement Rate, is determined based o...
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  • Home Composting is the most environmentally friendly way of dealing with kitchen and garden waste. We have spoken to islanders, schools and groups who are passi...
  • If the specialist care you need is not available in Guernsey or Alderney you may be referred off-island.  If this is the case, your local consultant will make a...
  • The Bailiwick of Guernsey is fortunate to have a successful and healthy charitable sector involved with a wide variety of community activities. Many of these vo...
  • The Guernsey SEND Local Offer details the information, support and services that the States expects to be available in our local area for children and young peo...
  • If you are looking for a job, check out the  page to search different job vacancies updated daily. Every person working in Guernsey, whether for themselves or f...
  • The Office  of the Committee for Home Affairs (''The Office'') is responsible for regulating liquor licensing legislation within Guernsey and Herm. The sale and...
  • The Youth Commission for Guernsey and Alderney runs activity programmes and playschemes during the main school holidays. Playscheme is a fun yet rewarding envir...
  • Education Inclusion Services Special Educational Needs Additional Support Needs Directory
  • The Guernsey Planning Agents Forum meets every six months to allow agents submitting planning applications to discuss general matters of joint interest with Pla...
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  • Below is a summary of the main features of a pension and how they relate to taxation.   Contributions or premiums Members no longer need to request a certificat...
  • Resolutions are decisions that the States Assembly makes after debating proposals (called Propositions) that are laid before it for consideration by the respons...
  • FAQ's about Prescribed Controlled Drugs and Import Licences for Individuals What is a Personal Import Licence for Prescribed Controlled Drugs? A Personal Import...
  • The Committee for Education, Sport & Culture is changing the way the performance of schools and students are measured at the end of Key Stage 4 (GCSEs and equiv...
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  • To encourage human development by maximising opportunities for participation and excellence through education, learning, sport and culture at every stage of lif...
  • For goods, digital content and services the Ordinance codifies rules that likely already exist under contract law as implied terms in consumer contracts. By cod...
  • Trading Standards administers the Weights and Measures (Guernsey and Alderney) Law, 1991. Weights and measures legislation covers the requirements for notificat...
  • This part makes provisions for the investigatory powers for Trading Standards Service. Two different types of enforcement are covered - criminal and civil. The...
  • For goods, digital content and services the Ordinance codifies rules that likely already exist under contract law as implied terms in consumer contracts. By cod...
  • For goods, digital content and services the Ordinance codifies rules that likely already exist under contract law as implied terms in consumer contracts. By cod...
  • The Princess Elizabeth Hospital is made up of 12 wards and various departments. Below you will find all the information you should need when visiting. Patients...
  • The annual audited accounts, set before the States in July each year, can be accessed on the relevant links below for years 2007 onwards, including access to vo...
  • For advice and information from the NHS on COVID-19 and pregnancy, please visit:  Pregnancy and COVID-19 - NHS (www.nhs.uk) To find out more about COVID-19 and...
  • Where to give birth Currently on Loveridge ward we have 4 labour rooms. These consist of 3 'high risk' rooms and 1 'low risk' pool room called Lavender. At your...
  • It's never too early to start thinking about how you are going to feed your baby. Breastfeeding Breastfeeding gives your baby the best possible start in life as...
  • Obtaining a licence to import CBPM to Guernsey from UK For frequently asked questions about this process, please visit: gov.gg/cannabisfaqs These are controlled...
  • Controlling Legionella bacteria in water systems (hot and cold water, cooling towers)
  • The was published in July 2014. There are 15 dairy farms on Guernsey which together keep about 2,500 Guernsey cattle and farm just under 8,000 vergees of land f...
  • Managing the risks from gas and gas appliances; duties of businesses and landlords
  • We encourage pupils to use public transport, the schools' bus service or to cycle or walk to school to help reduce traffic around schools and on island roads in...
  • The rate of secondary pension contributions will depend on the scheme you have chosen, so if you have decided to use Your Island Pension (YIP) or another scheme...
  • If your Contracts of Employment make membership of your pension scheme compulsory, your employee won't be able to opt out of the pension scheme. If you haven't...
  • Our Designated Employee is changing roles, what happens to the pension contributions? If a Designated Employee changes role within your organisation, the pensio...
  • This Strategy aims to promote good mental health across the whole population so that more people living in the Bailiwick will have good mental health. The Menta...
  • Most of Guernsey's beaches are dog friendly during the summer months. The beaches where dogs are banned between 1st May and 30th September are Fermain, Petit Bo...
  • Under Guernsey Law, workers are entitled to be paid a minimum wage. The Minimum Wage is the minimum pay per hour almost all workers are entitled to by law. A yo...
  • Information about Ash dieback in Guernsey.
  • Staying at home when you are unwell needs to become ingrained in the Bailiwick's culture. Business owners and managers are being asked to support and encourage...
  • The modern Fire & Rescue Service in Guernsey embraces all aspects of fire fighting and fire prevention, as do our colleagues in the UK. Guernsey, however, canno...
  • News - Thursday 07 September 2023
  • Managing health and safety in entertainment and events receiving the public
  • Roads are for everyone to use safely. On this page you can find information on how to keep yourself and other road users safe, information on general Island spe...
  • Once you have confirmed your pregnancy with your GP, they will make a referral to the Community Midwifery Team who will arrange your antenatal care going forwar...
  • Signs of labour There are many signs that labour is starting or that you are in labour: Contractions When you have a contraction, your uterus becomes tight and...
  • Whilst on the ward you and your baby will be cared for by a midwife who will support you with feeding and caring including how to bath your baby. Whilst on Love...
  • A midwife from Guernsey will aim to visit Alderney every fortnight to provide care to pregnant women, newly delivered mothers and their babies. This service can...
  • If you are new or have recently returned to the island, you and your family must register with Social Security. Paying contributions gives you and your family i...
  • You can use an existing pension scheme if it meets the legal requirements, and you are able to confirm this with your Pension Provider. If you don't have a sche...
  • When will I need to do something? Secondary Pensions will officially start from 1 July 2024, you must set up a pension for your Employees, and you can start pay...
  • Here you will find common myths associated with the HSE and different industries and topics around Guernsey Myths relating to: Asbestos Is there a link between...
  • When does my Employer have to do something? Secondary Pensions will officially start from 1 July 2024 and there are things you and your Employer will need to do...
  • The 2024 Budget has been published for debate by the States of Deliberation in November 2023. On this page you can access the full Budget Report, and a 'Budget...
  • Before you start As part of your application, you will need to provide: A copy of your employment contract or letter confirming an offer of employment. For self...
  • This is a benefit that is payable when you reach pension age. The amount of pension you will receive depends on the number of Social Security contributions you...
  • Family allowance is a weekly tax free benefit payable to people living in Guernsey and Alderney who are bringing up children and meet eligibility criteria. Who...
  • This section describes the financial support which may be available to you if your spouse passes away. We understand that dealing with bereavement can be an ext...
  • If you have a medical condition or disability which means you require care in order to live at home, you may be able to claim benefit. If you are providing care...
  • The access to Work Grant aims to support you if you need any aids or equipment to help you: Start work Return to work Remain in work and you have a disability....
  • Parental benefits refers to the group of allowances and grants payable to people having a baby or adopting a child through a registered adoption agency. You wil...
  • If you need to move into a residential or nursing care home (which is not run by the States) you may be able to receive long-term care benefit. Long-term care b...
  • There are many ways to pay your social security contributions and tax. The quickest and easiest way to pay is online . Pay by bank transfer Payments can be made...
  • This page provides you with information relating to how your personal data is used by the States of Guernsey. For ease of use, we have listed all of your rights...
  • Public health is the process that gathers, interprets, and translates knowledge of health factors amongst the population into effective action. Public health re...
  • Guernsey has signed 61 Tax Information Exchange Agreements ("TIEAs") to date.  Whilst the dates of the Agreements coming into force are shown, the Entry into Fo...
  • Shareholder responsibilities of incorporated trading bodies and management responsibilities of unincorporated trading bodies and commercial interests Constitute...
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  • This page provides information about getting permission for road closures and traffic management for special events/occasions. Important Note In July 2023, the...
  • This application is for financial assistance with maintenance costs and tuition fees for the duration of the course. This application should be completed by the...
  • President of the Committee for the Environment & Infrastructure Vice-President of the Committee for Employment & Social Security Proposed by: Rupert Dorey Secon...
  • Part V introduces the requirement for products to be safe when used by the consumers in the intended way and under reasonably foreseeable conditions. This part...
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  • Thirteen of Guernsey's beaches are tested every year against standards conforming to the EU Bathing Water Quality Directive 2006. The Directive sets standards f...
  • Managing the risks to the health of workers
  • The Policy & Resources Committee has a wide mandate which includes oversight of all States' controlled investments Funds.  The States' Permitted Investment Rule...
  • The Guernsey Music Centre is operated and run by the Guernsey Music Service. The Guernsey Music Service was established in 1978 and now supports more than 1000...
  • The Bailiwick of Guernsey has put in place measures to counter the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and the financing of weapons of mass destruction...
  • Agreements  (this has been superseded by the DTA signed with the UK in 2018)
  • The Development and Planning Authority (DPA) is undertaking a focused review of certain policies within the Island Development Plan (IDP). The IDP was adopted b...
  • The Mental Health Review Tribunal (MHRT) safeguards individuals who are detained under or subject to an Order made under the Mental Health (Bailiwick of Guernse...
  • The Parochial Appeals Tribunal is an independent body that determines appeals against some Parish level decisions relating to breaches of the hedge cutting and...
  • The Family Allowances Appeals Tribunal is an independent appeal body established under The Family Allowances (Guernsey) Law, 1950, to determine appeals against...
  • This form is to apply for a contributions record or employment history. There is a charge of £40 for this to cover administrative costs. Your request will not b...
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