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  1. Our live coverage across the day

    Another busy day of sport in Gotland and that's it from us for today.

    Tomorrow is the last day of the Island Games.

    We'll be back from 08:00 with more updates from the Swedish island and the Channel Islands.

  2. Medal table: Guernsey 3rd, Jersey 4th

    Medal table
  3. Guernsey medals on Thursday at Gotland 2017


    Silver - Compound Head to Head Knockout


    Gold - Hannah Lesbirel, 200m Women

    Silver - Joshua Allaway, 100m Men


    Silver - Men's Team Mountain Bike Criterium

    Silver - James Roe, Men's Individual Mountain Bike Criterium

    Bronze - Sam Culverwell, Men's Individual Mountain Bike Criterium


    Gold - Nikki Trebert, ISSF 25m Standard Pistol Women


    Gold - Men's 4x100m Freestyle Relay

    Gold - Mixed 4x50m Freestyle Relay

    Gold - Tom Hollingsworth, Men's 100m Backstroke

    Gold - Miles Munro, Men's 50m Freestyle

    Silver - Robyn Le Friec, Women's 200m Butterfly

    Silver - Jonathan Beck, Men's 50m Freestyle

    Bronze - Women's 4x100m Medley Relay

    Bronze - Oliver Nightingale, Men's 100m Backstroke

    Bronze - Courtney Butcher, Women's 100m Freestyle

    Bronze - Tatiana Tostevin, Women's 50m Backstroke

    Table Tennis

    Bronze - Garry Dodd and Dawn Morgan, Mixed Doubles


    Bronze - Joanna Dyer, Women's Singles

    Bronze - Pat Ogier and Nico Robinson, Men's Doubles

  4. Jersey medals on Thursday at Gotland 2017


    Gold - Recurve Head to Head Team Knockout


    Silver - Kamela Monks, Triple Jump Women

    Silver - Sam Dawkins, 400m Men

    Silver - Olivia Allbut, 400m Hurdles Women

    Bronze - Tyler Johnson, 100m Men

    Beach Volleyball

    Bronze - Bero Bobus and Ruben Vieira, Men's event


    Bronze - Women's Team Mountain Bike Criterium

    Bronze - Men's Team Mountain Bike Criterium


    Gold - Sarah Campion, ISSF 50m Prone Smallbore Rifle Women

    Gold - Andrew Chapman, ISSF 50m Prone Smallbore Rifle Men

    Silver - Susan De Gruchy, ISSF 50m Prone Smallbore Rifle Women

    Bronze - Mary Norman, ISSF 25m Standard Pistol Women


    Gold - Gemma Atherley, Women's 100m Freestyle

    Silver - Gemma Atherley, Women's 100m Individual Medley

    Table Tennis

    Bronze - Kelsey Le Maistre and Jordan Wykes, Mixed Doubles

  5. Guernsey relay team secured gold in last swimming event

    The Mixed 4 x 50m Freestyle Relay team of Jonathan Beck, Courtney Butcher, Miles Munro and Orla Rabey won with a time of 1:38.93.

    They finished ahead of the Isle of Man (1:39.96) and Cayman Islands (1:40.70).

    Flag, medal and logo
  6. RNLI St Helier lifeboat crew to return on Monday

    Rob England

    BBC News Online

    The St Helier Lifeboat crew, who resigned en masse after the dismissal of their coxswain Andy Hibbs, will return to work on Monday.

    The crew said they were "satisfied" with Mr Hibbs reinstatement and the full formal apology provided to him.

    They added they had been "humbled" by the support shown by islanders and Jersey's Council of Ministers throughout the ongoing appeal process.

    RNLI lifeboat
  7. Jersey's new hospital 'to open by 2025'

    Ryan Morrison

    BBC News Online

    Jersey's new hospital could be eight stories high and it should be ready for people to be treated by 2025.

    That's from the health minister speaking as the planning application was lodged today.

    Hospital Plan

    Plans for the new £400m hospital will be subject to a public consultation and possible independent inquiry, but Senator Andrew Green says work should start in January 2019.

    The debate on funding the new hospital is set for November and if approved there will be a more detailed planning application.

    In 2019 they will begin demolishing existing buildings with building work on the new hospital starting in January 2020.

  8. Nine left without a home due to fire safety risk

    Ryan Morrison

    BBC News Online

    Nine people had to leave their homes on Tuesday after Jersey's fire service ruled the building was not safe.

    Dunell House

    Officers inspected Dunell House in St Helier on Tuesday and found a serious lack of fire precautions. Tenants had to leave the properly immediately until it had been brought up to minimum standards.

    States of Jersey Fire and Rescue said the fire risk was so serious its use as living accommodation "should be prohibited".

    Mark James, from the fire service, says so far this year six properties have been closed using the same powers.

  9. U-turn on sport strategy

    Rob Byrne

    BBC News Online

    States of Guernsey chamber exterior

    As some of the island's top athletes compete in Gotland, Guernsey's politicians have agreed to re-instating a sport strategy for the island.

    It's after the committee responsible had earlier omitted it from future plans.

    President of Guernsey's Education, Sport and Culture Committee Paul Le Pelley admitted it was a mistake to drop the Sports Strategy as part of the Bailiwick's Policy and Resource Plan.

    He apologised for allowing for it being removed from his committee's future priorities, with the States backing its re-reinstatement in the form of an amendment.

    Approval of the plan as a whole is still subject to a further States vote.

  10. Gold for Guernsey men in 4x100m Freestyle Relay

    Another medal in the pool as Guernsey's men's relay team win the 4 x 100m Freestyle.

    Jonathan Beck, Tom Hollingsworth, Ben Lowndes and Miles Munro finished in 3:27.53 ahead of the Isle of Man (3:30.85) and the Faroe Islands (3:31.55).

    Gold medal
  11. Relay bronze for Guernsey after confusion

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    Guernsey women's 4x100m Medley Relay team have won bronze, after a disqualification was withdrawn.

    Guernsey had thought they'd won silver after the gold-winning Faroe Islands were disqualified, only for their result to be re-instated.

    Courtney Butcher, Laura Le Cras, Orla Rabey, and Tatiana Tostevin combined to finish in 4:21:06.

    They were beaten by the Faroes (4:15:73) and the Isle of Man (4:16:34).

    Guernsey silver medal
  12. Silver for Jersey's Kamela Monks in Triple Jump

    Kamela Monks took the silver with a 11.02 jump behind the Western Isles' Heather Mackinnon with 11.06.

    Silver medal
  13. Watson battling to get into Eastbourne semis

    Rob Byrne

    BBC News Online

    Heather Watson and world number 23 Barbara Strycova are into the third set as the Guernsey player looks to progress to the Eastbourne semi-finals.

    Watson took the first set 6-1 but the Czech levelled in the second, winning 6-1.

    Earlier this week, Watson beat world number nine Dominika Cibulkova.

    Johanna Konta is currently playing world number one Angelique Kerber in another quarter final.

    Heather Watson
  14. Great night for young CI athletes

    Tim Pryor

    BBC Sport

    Josh Allaway, Hannah Lesbirel, Sam Dawkins, and Olivia Allbut
    Image caption: (left to right) Josh Allaway, Hannah Lesbirel, Sam Dawkins, and Olivia Allbut

    What a brilliant night at the athletics for the Channel Islands here in Gotland.

    Guernsey's Hannah Lesbirel starred, taking the gold in the 200m in a time of 24.69 seconds, with Josh Allaway claiming silver in the 100m.

    Fifteen-year-old Olivia Allbut celebrated silver in the 400m hurdles in her first Island Games, after Sam Dawkins had ran 48.42 to clinch silver in the 400m.

  15. Guernsey men's volleyball finish 8th out of nine

    Rob Byrne

    BBC News Online

    It's not been a games to remember for Guernsey's volleyball side.

    The men did manage to salvage some pride with a 3-1 win against the Cayman Islands, meaning they finished eighth - a place above the Caribbean competitors.

  16. Alderney win is island side's best ever result

    Alderney footballers' 3-0 victory over the Falkland Islands sees them secure 15th place in the competition.

    It's the side's first win since they beat Saaremaa 1-0 in 2003.

    Our sports reporter James Law has worked that out as 5,109 days between victories!

    Before today, 1-0 was their best result ever - the only other time they achieved that scoreline was against Guernsey in the Muratti final in 1920.

  17. Bronze in tennis men's doubles

    It's bronze for Guernsey tennis pair Patrick Ogier and Nico Robinson after they lost their doubles semi-final to Bermuda.

    The pair lost in a tie-breaker after losing the first set 6-3 and clawing back the second 7-5.

    Jersey pair Stuart Parker and Michael Watkins beat Saaremaa in their semi-final, setting up a final against Bermuda.

    Guernsey bronze medal