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  1. Tributes paid to Norfolk and Minor Counties cricket stalwart David ArmstrongRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 12 | Eastern Daily Press

    He was secretary of Norfolk County Cricket Club for 18 years from the late '60s to the early '80s, and president from 2003-7. His widow Gail Armstrong said: "He was a club cricketer in his early days and played for Holt and then for west Norfolk.


  2. Barbican Teams with TSC Advantage to Boost Cyber Cover Through...Read the original story

    Thursday Mar 8 | PRWeb

    Barbican Insurance Group has teamed with cybersecurity firm TSC Advantage to provide insureds with comprehensive incident response evaluation and phishing simulation. The knowledge-boosting exercises will be provided as free 'value adds' for cyber insureds.


  3. Barbican Boosts Cyber Cover With Incident Response Exercises and Phishing SimulationRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 7 | Customer Interaction Solutions

    Barbican Insurance Group today announced that it has further strengthened its cyber insurance cover by providing incident response exercises and phishing simulation as part of the overall package. The guidance will be delivered by leading enterprise risk and cybersecurity consulting firm TSC Advantage.


  4. Condor Ferries could be sold - but there 'will be no impact on operations'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 1 | Bournemouth Echo

    CONDOR Ferries is set to be sold - but the company has insisted there will be "no impact" on its operations. The firm - which runs services from Poole with the Channel Islands - is owned by an investment fund which is winding down and selling off its assets.


  5. Environment Ministers Meeting in AlderneyRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 24 | The Islander

    S.Atlantic : ENVIRONMENT MINISTERS MEETING IN ALDERNEY Submitted by 24.05.2017 Representatives from 13 UK Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies participated in discussions on the future of the environment in their jurisdictions at a special Environment Ministers Meeting in Alderney, ENVIRONMENT MINISTERS MEETING IN ALDERNEY Representatives from 13 UK Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies participated in discussions on the future of the environment in their jurisdictions at a special Environment Ministers Meeting in Alderney, Channel Islands, from 27-28 April 2017.


  6. A stab to the heart over $100Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 24 | Jamaica Observer

    WHEN France Nooks was stabbed in his heart two weeks ago he thought that he would have survived the attack. He was exhausted from making his way to the nearby Andrews Memorial Hospital, but not to the point where he could not explain his condition or describe his attacker before succumbing to his injury.


  7. How the tiny Channel Island Alderney has a big historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 24 | Daily Mail

    From the world's busiest crossing to dramatic castles and boat trips on ancient moats: The joys of combining a visit to Tokyo with the vibrant city of Fukuoka The plane that helps you beat jet-lag: Qatar's new aircraft features special lighting and air filters that will help your body cope with long journeys An Inspector Calls: The Andaz in London is all over the place with a gloomy pub, inflated food prices and filthy windows Just the ticket for a quirky getaway! The holiday home that sits right on the platform of a railway station A proper charmer! How the tiny Channel Island Alderney has a big history and is glorious for all the family Now you can be a downhill champion too! The world's longest amateur ski race lures competitors to a tiny Swiss village These paws ain't made for walking! Meet the pampered pets who get carted around in bags and BABY HARNESSES Amazing time-lapse footage ... (more)


  8. Waves gains EASA approval for Europe flightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 20 | Flight Global

    Air taxi start-up Waves Technologies has secured approval from the European Aviation Safety Agency to provide commercial flights from its base in the Channel Islands to the UK and mainland Europe. Waves offers a per-seat, on-demand service connecting Alderney, Guernsey and Jersey using a Cessna Grand Caravan single-engined turboprop .


  9. Death notices for Feb. 14, 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 13, 2018 | The Janesville Gazette

    Ralph "Bud" J. Buggs , 85, Janesville, died Tuesday at home. Services will be at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Janesville.


  10. Guernsey Post adds Valentine's Day messages to "post & go" labelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2018 | Linn's Stamp News

    Guernsey Post added a Valentine's Day message to this Flag machine-vended post & go label to be sold at the Spring Stampex Feb. 14-17. A set of new post & go labels from Guernsey pictures flowers that grow in the bailiwick, including the Guernsey daffodil.


  11. O-Wrap: Cable to link DomRep to Jamaicaa Omar Collymore captureda suspect in St Thomas murder nabbedRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2018 | Jamaica Observer

    Police in St Elizabeth have reportedly captured a man believed to be Omar Collymore, the accused co-conspirator in the murder of his wife Simone Campbell-Collymore and Winston Watson, a source close to the family informed OBSERVER ONLINE this morning. Justice Bertram Morrison this morning adjourned the trial of Michael McLean for him to reconsider his decision to fire his attorney after telling the lawyer "to go and f*** himself".


  12. O-Wrap: $41-m budget for by-elections… Newborn found in shallow grave… 4 Costa Ricans among 11 arrested in WestmorelandRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 7, 2018 | Jamaica Observer

    A taxi driver yesterday evening stabbed a passenger to death along Hope Road in St Andrew, close to the Andrews Memorial Hospital; in what many callers are informing OBSERVER ONLINE was a dispute over taxi fare. Police have reported that the body of a newborn baby was discovered in a shallow grave on Foga Road, May Pen Clarendon yesterday.


  13. Travel: Three of the best horticultural holiday hotspotsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 27, 2018 | Sunday Herald

    If you're planning a holiday to take in some stunning gardens, check out these three locations for flora and fauna, plus when to go and what you'll see. Guernsey and the neighbouring Channel Islands off the Normandy coast are in the sunniest spot in the British Isles, claiming more then 2,000 hours of sunshine per year.


  14. Don't give up on forever: Tips to save your marriageRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 22, 2018 | The Catholic Sun Phoenix

    A bride and groom hold hands during a marriage convalidation Mass in 2016 at Immaculate Conception Church in Chicago. Couples married civilly take part in such services to receive the sacrament of matrimony and be in full communion with the Church.


  15. News on the goRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2018 | The Gleaner

    Alicia Barrett photo Raw sewage has flooded the section of Spanish Town Road between Tivoli Gardens and Denham Town in West Kingston, making life for residents and passersby a living hell. Many complained about the awful smell and expressed fear of becoming sick.


  16. News on the goRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 17, 2018 | The Gleaner

    Community Relations Manager at the Early Childhood Commission , Tanisha Miller , converses with community members of Guptar Lane, Annotto Bay, St. Mary, during one of the ECC's 'Read Pon Di Cawna' sessions held in 2017. The commission is reporting success with its 'Read Pon Di Cawna' and Read Across the Region initiatives.


  17. LeoVegas agrees to acquire IPSRead the original story

    Jan 16, 2018 | RGT Online

    LeoVegas AB has entered into an agreement to acquire the assets of Intellectual Property & Software Limited and other related assets from two further companies, including top brands such as Casino , Slot Boss , Bet U.K. and UK Casino . During the fourth quarter of 2017, IPS generated revenues of 11.7 million GBP and, together with the companies whose assets are also being acquired as part of the transaction, have an adjusted EBITDA of 3.8 million GBP.


  18. Churches take on Trump's reported vulgarityRead the original story

    Jan 15, 2018 |

    Citing sources such as the Bible, Martin Luther King Jr., and the Gettysburg Address, clergy representing a wide range of Christianity - even people who usually don't touch political topics - addressed Trump's words from pulpits Sunday and at King Day observances Monday. In Atlanta on Monday, the pastor of the Ebenezer Baptist Church, the Rev.


  19. The 20 best cruises for under A 1,000Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 13, 2018 | Daily Mail

    Blue Monday gives the hue a bad name! Colour therapists say it actually 'soothes the mind', so from Santorini to Capri, these are the richly azure places that should lift your mood The stunning photographs that show why Europe is one of the best places in the world for a scenic drive From endless activities to restaurants with play areas and the chance to be immersed in nature: Why your next short break should be at Center Parcs Meet the VERY flexible Russian dancer, 24, who quit her job to travel the world - one yoga pose at time! All abroad these voyages of discovery that won't break the bank! The 20 best cruises for under A 1,000 Bulgaria is far cheaper than Nice, and nearly as nice! The Black Sea has deep blue waters and golden sand Yours for just A 7.50! The multi-million pound Caribbean lodge that's being raffled-off by a VERY generous couple A very grape escape: Mixing pinot noir, ... (more)


  20. Lyme Art Society learns how stamps are createdRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 11, 2018 | Midweek Herald

    Nick Watton, from Exmouth, brought along a wide variety of work showing his stamp designs from first sketches through to final image. He has been lucky- and talented enough - to be able to work as a professional artist since he left art college.