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  1. Weather: Cloudy overnight but brightening on Tuesday

    BBC Weather

    Staying predominantly cloudy with sea fog through the night with a light westerly breeze.

    Minimum temperature: 15 to 18C (59 to 64F).

    Another rather murky start on Tuesday, but through the morning, clearer skies will start to feed in from the west, with some spells of sunshine expected by the afternoon.

    Maximum temperature: 16 to 19C (61 to 66F).

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    Jersey

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    Guernsey
  2. New world record for Jersey sailor

    Jack Murley

    Channel Islands Sports Producer

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    A new world record for sailing round Britain and Ireland has been set by a team including a man from Jersey.

    Phil Sharp was part of the Imerys Clean Energy team that won their class and set a new record in the Sevenstar Round Britain and Ireland race.

    They crossed the finish line at about 16:30 to win the race in a time of 8 days, 4 hours, 14 minutes and 43 seconds.

    The race was one of Sharp's last events before taking on the Route Du Rhum Atlantic Challenge in November.

  3. Resident blasts 'horrendous' planning guidelines for site

    BBC Radio Guernsey

    Planning guidelines for the area known as the Briarwood in St Martin have been described as "horrendous" by a local resident.

    Briarwood

    The States drew up the guidelines for future developers as a "framework" for any planning applications which might be made for the area.

    Members of the island's Development and Planning Authority said it would be suitable to build up to 22 homes on the site, but a local resident - who asked to remain anonymous - said it would be "horrendous for generations to come".

    The resident said more houses could put pressure on the local school, which was already "massively overpopulated", and warned future development could make traffic issues worse for the area as the roads were already "bottlenecks".

    No planning applications have been made for the site by developers since the guidelines were released.

  4. Flights starting to arrive into the Channel Islands

    Ryan Morrison

    BBC News Online

    Flights to and from the Channel Islands are starting to leave after coastal fog led to a number of delays and cancellations earlier.

    There are still some delays on Guernsey arrivals, with the 15:00 East Midlands Aurigny flight due in at 16:40 and the 16:55 Flybe to Exeter and Jersey due at 17:55.

    In Jersey, the Flybe 15:35 Cardiff flight is due in at 16:20 and the 16:05 Flybe Exeter flight is due in at 17:05.

    The fog has started to clear but Jersey Met has forecast that the fog will return into Monday evening.

    The latest flight information is available on the Guernsey Airport and Jersey Airport websites.

  5. Sport stars asked to show colours for Pride

    BBC Radio Jersey

    Sports men and women are being asked to back this year's Channel Island Pride by wearing rainbow-coloured laces and sweatbands.

    The Pride in Sport initiative encourages local sports stars to show their support for the LGBT community.

    Organisers say it aims to encourage everyone to feel confident and safe whilst playing sport.

    Ellie Jones, the head of the charity Liberate in Guernsey, says there is still prejudice and discrimination in sport that needs to be challenged.

    Quote Message: The biggest problem is probably homophobic language I guess. Even people who aren't LGBT will say they hear it in the stands or have been subjected to homophobic slurs. It does need to be stamped out. It is a bit similar to racism in the '80s and '90s, I guess; and that has been stamped out a lot." from Ellie Jones Liberate Guernsey
    Ellie JonesLiberate Guernsey
  6. Call to rescind decision to reject Tamba expansion

    Ryan Morrison

    BBC News Online

    The decision to reject a development at Tamba Park in St Mary could be overturned if the States agrees.

    An independent planning inspector recommended the development should go ahead in a process that cost taxpayers £25,000.

    Planning Minister John Young went against the inspector, saying approving the development in the green zone would set a precedent for future applications.

    Tamba park

    Deputy Scott Wickenden, who has called for the decision to be overturned, said the decision should be made by the Planning Committee, not by the minister on his own.

    He argued that the minister should not have claimed approving the park expansion would set a precedent.

    Deputy Wickenden said: "It would make it very hard to review and consider any planning application on its own merits, and the application process would end up being something similar to a court case."

  7. 'Don't come to the airport' if flight is cancelled

    Ryan Morrison

    BBC News Online

    Jersey Airport has urged passengers not to come to the airport if their flight has been cancelled.

    In a statement, airport officials told people to "contact the airline directly for rebooking options".

    Jersey Airport

    About 3,000 passengers are due to travel in and out of Jersey Airport on Monday and four flights have been cancelled, with others facing delays due to the coastal fog.

    Ports of Jersey said there was passenger space on the ferry service to Poole at 14:45 and Portsmouth at 19:05.

    Officials said if a flight was delayed passengers should check-in as normal.

    Jersey Met said the fog was due to clear up on Monday afternoon but could return in the evening.

  8. Guernsey Police hunt for car scratcher

    Ryan Morrison

    BBC News Online

    Guernsey Police are trying to find the person who left "deep scratches" to the rear passenger door of a silver car on Saturday.

    Officers said the Ford vehicle was scratched whilst parked in the Countil Bris Estate in St Peter Port between 13:30 on Saturday 18 August and 10:15 on Sunday.

  9. Coastal fog expected to clear on Monday afternoon

    Ryan Morrison

    BBC News Online

    A number of flights in and out of Channel Island airports have been cancelled due to coastal fog.

    Four flights leaving Jersey on Monday morning - Guernsey, Birmingham, Exeter, Liverpool and Gatwick - have been cancelled with others delayed.

    In Guernsey, flights to Exeter, Jersey, Gatwick, Alderney and Birmingham have been cancelled with others facing delays. Check-in has been suspended on Aurigny flights to Gatwick and Bristol.

    Jersey Met said that, while the fog will lift in the afternoon, it will return in the evening.

    Jersey Airport
  10. Surfer rescued after leash snapped

    Ryan Morrison

    BBC News Online

    A surfer was rescued from St Ouen's bay on Friday afternoon after the leash snapped on his board.

    He was enjoying the water at about 15:15 when a wave broke and snapped the leash on his board.

    He was within the lifeguard zone and so was easily spotted according to the RNLI.

    He was taken back to the beach on the lifeguard rescue board.

    Kris Heron, senior lifeguard on duty, said by the time the surfer got back to shore he was cold and exhausted but didn't need an ambulance.

    Lifeguard and surfer
  11. 'Watch what you flush' warning after 'fatberg' blockage

    Edward Rowe

    BBC Radio Guernsey

    Water engineers in Guernsey are warning people to "watch what they flush" after more than a tonne of waste flushed down the toilet caused serious blockages on 15 August.

    The "fatberg" was made predominately of wet wipes and caused problems for the island's water system.

    The blockage was at a pumping station on the South Side of St Sampsons Harbour and a crane was needed to pull it out.

    Operations manager Jon Holt said only the three Ps - "poo pee and paper" - should get flushed down the toilet.

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