Pole Used In 'Violent Attack'

Pole Used In ‘Violent Attack’

 Two men have been arrested after what police have described as a violent attack in St Helier. One of two men involved in the fight on Mulcaster Street was ...
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570+ Drivers Stopped In Traffic Focus Week

570+ Drivers Stopped In Traffic Focus Week

More than 570 vehicles were stopped during Jersey Police’s ‘Traffic Focus Week’. Officers were doing extra road checks last week to catch drivers breaking the law. 80 drivers were breathalysed, ...
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Great War Centenary: Biker Torch Ride & Beacon

Great War Centenary: Biker Torch Ride & Beacon

Details of how Jersey will mark the centenary of the end of the First World War have been announced. Events will span 16 days, beginning with the opening of the ...
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No Law Change For Cat 'Hit And Runs'

No Law Change For Cat ‘Hit And Runs’

The Infrastructure Minister says the law will not change to make drivers who hit cats have to report it. Current laws state that motorists have to stop and report hitting ...
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Books Sale Raises £20k

Books Sale Raises £20k

A book sale in aid of Guide Dogs Jersey has raised £20,000. Islanders of all ages snapped up £19,751 worth of second-hand books, and an anonymous donor topped up the ...
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Work Starts On French Harbour Boardwalk

Work Starts On French Harbour Boardwalk

Work on a new cycle track to connect routes from the west of Jersey to Havre Des Pas starts today. The construction of the French Harbour boardwalk will take around ...
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Registrar To Choose Civil Celebrants

Registrar To Choose Civil Celebrants

Jersey’s Superintendent Registrar says she’s really pleased with the level of interest in becoming a civil celebrant. Authorised Independent celebrants can solemnise civil marriages in the island, after the recent ...
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Parking Concerns Near New States Base

Parking Concerns Near New States Base

 There was no specific analysis done of car parking available around the States new ‘one front door’ base for tax, planning and benefits queries. Later this month several front-line ...
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Jersey Rally Action Continues

Jersey Rally Action Continues

Credit: Andy Dovey Photography/Jersey Rally Cars are racing around parts of the island for the second day of this year’s Jersey Rally. Today’s two stages take in St John and ...
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Co-Op Fined After Employee's Mincer Injury

Co-Op Fined After Employee’s Mincer Injury

The Channel Islands Co-op has been fined £65,000 after an employee got his hand stuck in a mincing machine. Jose Escorcio, also known as Valdo, needed reconstructive surgery after the ...
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Firefighters Dealing With Two Crashes

Firefighters Dealing With Two Crashes

Firefighters are dealing with two separate crashes on Jersey’s roads. At least three cars have been involved in a collision near the Co-op enroute in St Peter, while a skip ...
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£112K Of Heroin Seized At Airport

£112K Of Heroin Seized At Airport

Credit: Jersey Airport Facebook A woman has been charged with trying to import heroin worth more than £100,000 into Jersey. Customs and Immigration Officers seized the drug at the airport ...
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Jersey Woman Battles Back To Win Award

Jersey Woman Battles Back To Win Award

A Jersey youth worker dedicated to helping others after suffering her own mental health problems is receiving a Prince’s Trust award. 23 year old Katy Glendenning struggled to get of ...
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Six More Top States Jobs-Filled

Six More Top States Jobs-Filled

Six more senior appointments have been made to Jersey’s public sector. All of the the new States Directors are coming to the island from the UK. They are the latest ...
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Man Arrested After Car Overturns

Man Arrested After Car Overturns

A man has been arrested after a car ended up on its roof in St Saviour last night. Rue St Thomas was closed for several hours and police sent in ...
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Storm Callum: Condor Cancels Sailings

Storm Callum: Condor Cancels Sailings

The Condor Liberation Fast ferry sailings on Friday and Saturday have been cancelled because of Storm Callum. Predicted wind speeds of 50mph and wave heights of up to 4.5 metres ...
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Minister Accepts Minimum Wage Rise

Minister Accepts Minimum Wage Rise

A proposed 6.9% increase in Jersey’s minimum wage has been accepted by the Social Security Minister. Deputy Judy Martin says she’s considered the Employment Forum’s recommendation for two hikes in ...
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Scheme Launched To Help Sight-Impaired

Scheme Launched To Help Sight-Impaired

A local charity is running an accreditation scheme to help bosses and businesses better serve people with sight loss. On World Sight Day, EYECAN is encouraging organisations to take up ...
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'Exhausted' Surfers Helped Ashore

‘Exhausted’ Surfers Helped Ashore

A full-scale sea rescue was launched last night to two surfers in distress in ‘treacherous conditions’ near Kemp Tower in St Ouen’s Bay. An onlooker called 999 and the Fire ...
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Birth Pool Back In Use

Birth Pool Back In Use

Expectant mums once again have the option of having a water birth in Jersey. The birthing pool on the Maternity Ward at the General Hospital is back in use after ...
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