Mum’s Appeal For Stem Cell Donors

A mum from Jersey is pleading for islanders to become stem cell donors this weekend and possibly save her husband’s life. Tony Ferreira needs a transplant from someone with the ...
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Asbestos Compensation Campaigner Dies

A Jersey man who has been pushing for compensation for those suffering from exposure to asbestos has died. 64 year Brian Coutanche passed away in the care of Jersey Hospice ...
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Clinton’s Dad: Road Changes ‘Not Enough’

Clinton Pringle’s dad says the Town Hall still hasn’t done enough to improve safety on the road where his three year old son was killed. His comments come after the ...
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Jersey’s RPI Hits 4.5%

There has been a big jump in the cost of living in Jersey. The rate of inflation is at its highest in six years. In the 12 months to June ...
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Parish Disputes Road Death Report

The Parish of St Helier has branded a report on the road where 3 year old Clinton Pringle was hit and killed misleading and inaccurate. It was conducted by UK ...
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Scrutiny Chair Slams CM’s Policy Boards

The chair of Scrutiny has criticised the Chief Minister’s decision to form a board to examine the decision to build Jersey’s new hospital on the existing site. Senator Kristina Moore ...
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School’s Out Forever For Headteacher

It’s the end of term for thousands of Jersey school children, and their teachers. But it’s the end of an era at Plat Douet School. Headteacher Suzanne Conoops is retiring ...
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5 More Top States Jobs Filled

Five more leadership positions have been filled in Jersey’s new-look public service. Ex Birmingham Council Chief Mark Rogers is the permanent Director General for Children’s Services – a month after ...
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Fort Cable Cars Being Demolished

The former Fort Regent cable car station is being demolished. Local firm DB Cummins has been chosen to pull down the derelict structure. Cable cars ran between Snow Hill and ...
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£150k Need For La Cotte

£150,000 is needed so archaeologists can return to Jersey’s world famous Ice Age site. Jersey Heritage has already spent more than £500,000 protecting La Cotte de St Brelade from the ...
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Car Overturns On Les Varines

A driver has escaped unhurt after his car overturned on Les Varines. Firefighters were called just after 10pm on Wednesday when a car hit a bank and rolled onto its ...
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Population Policy Withdrawn

A long-awaited proposed Migration Policy for Jersey has been withdrawn by the new Council of Ministers. It was due to be debated in September, but the Chief Minister says ‘greater ...
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Children’s ‘Improvement Plan’ Agreed

Ministers have agreed an ‘improvement plan’ to tackle the failings in how Jersey cares for its children. One was promised within a fortnight of the anniversary of the Care Inquiry ...
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Last Les Varines Ice Age Dig?

Archaeologists have returned to Les Varines for probably a final summer dig. The Ice Age team has been excavating the site in St Saviour for the past nine years. Finds ...
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Secondary Asian Hornets Nest Found

A first secondary Asian Hornets nest has been found in Jersey. The bigger nests are predicted to house up to 6,000 worker hornets and 200 queens. 15 primary nests have ...
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Free Summer Sports For Teens

Free sports sessions are being offered to teenagers during the summer holiday. An inflatable football park will be taken around the island, with opportunities to play other sports too such ...
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Naked Man In Snow Hill Toilets

A 29 year old man has been arrested following reports of a naked man at public toilets in St Helier. He was seen at both Snow Hill and Green Street men’s ...
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Hospital Neighbours Invited To Talks

Neighbours to Jersey’s proposed new hospital have been invited to a meeting about how the build will affect them. A discussion forum is being set up and the first talks ...
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JSPCA Rears Baby Squirrel Siblings

The JSPCA is hand-rearing two baby squirrels. The brother and sister – thought to be 2 or 3 weeks old – were brought in to the Animals’ Shelter last Friday ...
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Masked Girl Tries To Mug Man

Two girls, one of them of wearing a mask, have tried to mug a man in St Aubin’s Bay. One teenager has been arrested. Police are looking for the other ...
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