Jersey News from Thursday, September 17th, 2020
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Coronavirus: Large Party Investigations Underway
Jersey Police are now investigating two parties, one in the bunker at La Pulente and the other near the Watersplash, under the island's coronavirus laws.
Deputy Headteacher Jailed Over Indecent Images Of Children
The former acting headteacher of a Jersey primary school who made 33 indecent images of children has been sentenced to two years and nine months in prison.
Minister Calls Landlord Licencing Rejection 'Appalling'
The Housing Minister has called the States Assembly's decision to reject a scheme to licence landlords 'a derogation of duty to some of the most vulnerable people in the island'.
Take Your Tins To Town For Shelter
We're being asked to donate canned food at West's Centre to help a homelessness charity met the rising demand for food parcels.
Islands Respond To Fishing Rights 'Surrender' Claim
The governments of Jersey and Guernsey have reacted to national media reports suggesting Britain could surrender control over Channel Islands fishing to try and pass a Brexit deal.