80% Satisfied With Phone Companies

80% Satisfied With Phone Companies

4 in 5 Channel Islanders are said to be satisfied with their mobile phone company, according to new figures from CICRA. The competition regulator carried out a survey of between ...
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Jersey Could Burn Alderney's Waste

Jersey Could Burn Alderney’s Waste

Alderney’s waste could be shipped to Jersey to be burned. The States will be asked to agree that around 600 tonnes of black bin bags be shipped here each year ...
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Motorcyclist Injured In St John

Motorcyclist Injured In St John

A motorcyclist is in hospital following a crash in St John. The rider of an orange bike was injured when he clipped the kerb and lost control coming down La ...
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Check Your Passport Before Brexit

Check Your Passport Before Brexit

Islanders planning to travel to Europe after next March are being advised to check their passport using an online renewal calculator. Rules for Jersey and British passports holders will change after ...
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Condor Cancels Poole Sailings

Condor Cancels Poole Sailings

Condor Ferries has cancelled sailings to and from Poole for Wednesday and Thursday. The ferry operator says it is because of a prolonged spell of extremely stormy weather in the ...
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Bailiff Slams Social Media 'Gossip'

Bailiff Slams Social Media ‘Gossip’

Uninformed comments made on social media risk damaging respect for Jersey’s court system and threatening the rule of law, according to the island’s chief judge. The Bailiff has made the ...
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Schools Cash For Outdoor Learning

Schools Cash For Outdoor Learning

Five local schools are receiving a share of £17,000 for environmental projects. The Channel Island’s Co-Op’s ‘Eco-fund’ is supporting a total of eight green causes in Jersey this year, and ...
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August Air Passengers Up 6%

August Air Passengers Up 6%

The number of passengers using Jersey Airport has continued to rise. 1.13 million travellers have passed through the airport so far this year – up almost 4%. August figures are ...
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Working Group On Bailiff's Future

Working Group On Bailiff’s Future

Politicians are forming a new working group to examine whether the role of Jersey’s Bailiff should change. It’s been prompted by Sir William Bailhache’s decision to retire next October. The ...
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Beer Festival Opener Drunk Dry

Beer Festival Opener Drunk Dry

The first beer and cider festival of its kind in Jersey ran out of guest ale on its opening day. Punters have taken to social media to complain the three ...
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Are You Marriage Material?

Are You Marriage Material?

Anyone wanting to conduct civil marriages in Jersey can now apply to the Superintendent Registrar. Under the amended Marriage Law, independent civil celebrants can be appointed to solemnise non-religious ceremonies ...
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Hospital Planning Inquiry Opens

Hospital Planning Inquiry Opens

A second public inquiry into plans for Jersey’s new hospital begins today. It is being led by Philip Staddon, the same independent planning inspector who considered the original application last ...
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Drone Footage Reveals Fire Damage

Drone Footage Reveals Fire Damage

Drone footage has revealed the damage caused by a large furze fire above Bonne Nuit Bay on Saturday. Some aerial footage of the Bonne Nuit furze fire working with @JsyFire ...
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Fire Destroys Bonne Nuit Headland

Fire Destroys Bonne Nuit Headland

Firefighters have spent the night tackling a large furze fire on headland above Bonne Nuit Bay. At its height, 26 crew were at the scene of the blaze. The fire ...
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Body Recovered From Sea

Body Recovered From Sea

Search and rescue services looking for a missing man have recovered a body from the sea. Jersey Police say the body of a middle aged man was found in the ...
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Dragon Boat Festival Returns

Dragon Boat Festival Returns

The annual ‘Dragon Boat Festival’ is back for its 21st year. 20 competitors will board the specially designed boats and race at Albert Quay, all to raise money for charity ...
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Students Getting Into Engineering

Students Getting Into Engineering

Students at Jersey secondary schools will have new opportunities to get into careers in Science, Technology, Engineering or Maths. A new programme in digital engineering is being piloted at Le ...
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First Tower Supermarket To Remain Open

First Tower Supermarket To Remain Open

The Checkers store at First Tower will be allowed to stay open. SandpiperCI had planned on closing it because of competition laws, after the group bought out the island’s Costcutter ...
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Fight In Parade Park

Fight In Parade Park

Police are looking for witnesses to a fight in Parade park, near the children’s play area. A man suffered a head injury. The fight broke out just after 5.30pm, a ...
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Woman Grabbed: Police Release CCTV

Woman Grabbed: Police Release CCTV

Police have released a CCTV image of a man they want to identify after a woman was grabbed on Springfield Road. The force says the picture its obtained isn’t very ...
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