GST 'De Minimus' To Be Cut

GST ‘De Minimus’ To Be Cut

The value of goods islanders can buy online without paying GST is set to be cut. The Treasury Minister’s revealed the de minimus is likely to be lowered as part ...
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November Date For Sex Offences Law

November Date For Sex Offences Law

Jersey’s new sexual offences law is likely to come into force on 23rd November. The States will be asked to agree that as the day for the legislation, which was ...
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Nurses Reject Pay Deal

Nurses Reject Pay Deal

Nurses have overwhelmingly rejected their latest pay offer – moving them closer to industrial action. Members of the Royal College of Nursing, Royal College of Midwives and Jersey Nursing Association ...
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Water Leak In St Saviour

Water Leak In St Saviour

A St Saviour Road will stay closed all day because of a burst water main. The leak on Patier Road caused major disruption during rush hour this morning. Jersey Water ...
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Drones Used In Missing Dog Search

Drones Used In Missing Dog Search

Drones are being used in the desperate search for a missing dachshund. Stanley went missing somewhere between Devils Hole and La Mourier Valley on Saturday morning. Jersey Fire and Rescue ...
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Say 'Bouônjour' To Jèrriais!

Say ‘Bouônjour’ To Jèrriais!

A new festival is taking place this week to celebrate and raise the profile of  Jersey’s native language. Organisers of the ‘Fête du Jèrriais’ hope to make it an annual ...
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Driver Helped From Burning Car

Driver Helped From Burning Car

A driver has been helped from a burning car after losing control and crashing into the railings on Victoria Avenue. The man escaped serious injury after smashing into the pedestrian ...
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Road Rage Driver Wielded Baseball Bat

Road Rage Driver Wielded Baseball Bat

A motorist wielded a baseball bat at another driver in a road rage incident on the Parade. Police are appealing for mobile phone footage of what happened just before 6pm ...
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£380k Given Out By Tourism Fund Last Year

£380k Given Out By Tourism Fund Last Year

Nearly £380,000 of public money was agreed last year to support projects aiming to bring more visitors to Jersey. Six applications to the States’ Tourism Development Fund were approved. The ...
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Cruise Liners Bring In 7,200 Visitors

Cruise Liners Bring In 7,200 Visitors

The 2018 cruise season has been one of Jersey’s busiest to date. More than 7,200 passengers came ashore from the 13 ships that called in the island this summer. The ...
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Costumes and Props Sold Off By Arts Centre

Costumes and Props Sold Off By Arts Centre

Costumes and set pieces from Jersey Arts Centre productions are being sold off today to raise money for the charity. It’s not just the weird and wonderful up for grabs ...
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States Launch 'One Front Door'

States Launch ‘One Front Door’

The States is moving many of its front-line customer services into one place. It is calling the latest ‘One Gov’ initiative ‘one front door’. From 22nd October onwards, several States’ ...
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£3.5m For States Culture Change

£3.5m For States Culture Change

£3.5 million of public money is being spent on creating a ‘Team Jersey’ culture in the public sector. The States is paying a UK firm to ‘transform how the organisation ...
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Storm: Further Ferry Disruption

Storm: Further Ferry Disruption

Stormy weather is causing more disruption to ferry sailings, particularly for inter-islands passengers. The Condor Rapide has operated between Jersey and St Malo this morning, but without going to Guernsey ...
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Breastfeeding Picnic In The Park

Breastfeeding Picnic In The Park

Dozens of mums are expected at a breastfeeding picnic. ‘The Big Latch’ is taking place at the Elephant Park in St Brelade from 10am. Organised by Jersey’s Breastfeeing Working Group, ...
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Hospital Staff Get Location Survey

Hospital Staff Get Location Survey

Health staff have received a survey asking for their views on the planned location of Jersey’s new hospital. It comes after more than 1,000 people signed a petition demanding workers ...
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Rent Caps: Minister Responds

Rent Caps: Minister Responds

Rent caps are not the best way of improving housing affordability. That’s the Housing Minister’s response to a 3,000-signature petition demanding legislation to limit rents in Jersey. Senator Sam Mezec ...
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Wild Bunnies Hand-Reared And Released

Wild Bunnies Hand-Reared And Released

Staff from the Animals Shelter have spent weeks hand-rearing baby wild rabbits. At the beginning of August, the new-born bunnies were handed into the JSPCA after their nest had been ...
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Sorel Lighthouse Vandalised

Sorel Lighthouse Vandalised

Vandals have smashed up Sorel Lighthouse, putting it out of action. The navigation point on Jersey’s north coast has been trashed twice in as many weeks. Rocks have been thrown, ...
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Portuguese Ambassador's Brexit Talks

Portuguese Ambassador’s Brexit Talks

The Portuguese Ambassador to the UK is on a two-day official visit to Jersey. His Excellency Manuel Lobo Antunes is here to ‘strengthen and maintain’ links between the island and ...
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