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  1. Five parked motorbikes knocked over

    BBC Radio Guernsey

    Some of the motorbikes were damaged after being knocked over while parked in Les Canichers, St Peter Port.

    Guernsey Police said the damage happened between 17:00 on Saturday and 08:00 on Sunday and has urged witnesses to come forward on 725111 or CrimeStoppers on 0800 555 111.

  2. New Catholic Dean appointed for Guernsey

    BBC Radio Guernsey

    The new Catholic Dean of Guernsey has been appointed by the Bishop of Portsmouth. Father Bruce Barnes takes over from Canon Michael Hore who stepped down from the role officially last month.

    The Bishop of Portsmouth, Phil Egan, made the announcement as part of which members of the clergy have been given new roles as of September.

    Father Robert Stewart will join father Barnes as his Assistant Priest.

  3. Jersey association giving more than £290k to 11 members

    BBC Radio Jersey

    A group representing island charities is to give more than £290,000 to 11 of its members.

    Every year, the Association of Jersey Charities gets the local share of profits from the Channel Islands' Lottery. Its members can then apply for lump sums of up to £50,000 if they can prove the money will benefit people in Jersey.

    The association has more than 300 member charities, ranging from branches of national charities to small local charities, clubs, societies and support groups.

    Awards include £50,000 to NSPCC Jersey towards a project that helps children rebuild their lives after being sexual abused.

  4. Jersey's Dean wants to law change to allow female bishops

    BBC Radio Jersey

    The Dean of Jersey wants to change laws that govern the island's church so that it could be controlled by a female bishop.

    In the UK, Anglican Canon Law was changed in 2014 to approve the appointment of women bishops but Jersey's laws still do not allow it.

    The Very Reverend Mike Kierle (pictured) said now the Archbishop of Canterbury's Commission had come into being, he hoped Jersey's laws can soon be redrafted.

    Very Reverend Mike Kierle
  5. Water firms pledge mutual support in new agreement

    Luke Webb

    BBC Radio Guernsey

    Jersey's and Guernsey's water companies have pledged support and resources to each other in the event of an emergency as part of a new formal agreement.

    In the agreement, Guernsey Water and Jersey Water said they both recognised that they both had a vast amount of knowledge and expertise to share across the islands, from water catchment, treatment and storage, to customer service and staff well-being.

    The utilities also agreed to meet at least twice a year in order to develop both businesses through sharing knowledge and experience, as well as pledging support and resources to each other in the event of an emergency.

    The agreement was signed by Guernsey Water general manager Steve Langlois and Jersey Water chief executive officer Helier Smith.

    Water companies' websites
  6. Channel Islands weather: A fine and dry day

    Alex Osborne

    BBC Weather

    Some patchy cloud around at first on Monday, but also some good spells of early sunshine.

    CI weather

    Thereafter, expect a fine and dry day with further lengthy spells of sunshine at times. Light northeasterly winds.

    Maximum temperature: 23C (74F).