Jersey News from Thursday, July 30th, 2020
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WATCH: £200K Needed To Pay For £1.3M Church Spire Project
The priest of the largest church in the Channel Islands is asking for donations to pay for the repair work of its spire.
Government: Avoid St Malo This Weekend
Islanders are being asked not to visit or stay in Brittany, specifically St Malo, this weekend because of a recent increase in coronavirus cases in the region.
Dagu-Inspired Sculpture Unveiled At Zoo
A life-sized orangutan art piece, inspired by Durrell resident Dagu, has been unveiled by the Lieutenant-Governor at Jersey Zoo.
Missing Woman Was Found By Member Of Public
It's been revealed where missing person Liz McDougall was found this morning.
Heritage Looking For Jersey's Best Young Detectives
Jersey Heritage is on the lookout for young islanders to turn detective this summer as part of a new holiday series of challenges.
Bath Street Redevelopment Named 'Merchants Square'
A £70 million redevelopment on Bath Street has been named 'Merchants Square'.
Plans Accelerated To Move Taxpayers To Current-Year Basis
All Jersey taxpayers will pay tax as they earn if reforms are approved by the States Assembly in October.
Children's Homes Being Independently Reviewed
Jersey's residential children's homes will be inspected by an independent body during August and September.
Fundraising Teen Hosting Raffle For Jersey Charities
A Beaulieu Convent student has organised a 24-prize raffle to raise money for two local charities.
Jersey Youngster Releases Debut Single
A Jersey primary school student has released his debut single with encouragement from his family.
Missing Woman Found
A Jersey woman who's been missing since Sunday night has been found safe and well.