Jersey News from Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022
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Urgent Action Needed To Protect Care Services
Staff shortages and rising demand from an ageing population are combining to create a 'potentially catastrophic risk' to Jersey's care sector, its regulator has said.
Extra Ship For Condor As Festive Demand Rises
Condor Ferries has chartered an extra freight ship to help it deliver supplies as islanders prepare for Christmas.
Christmas Markets 'Boost Local Economy'
Islanders can head down to the Royal Square to get into the Christmas spirit while supporting small local traders.
Occupation: Daughter Fulfils Dying Father's Last Wish
Jersey War Tunnels has welcomed the family of a vicar who rebelled during the Occupation. They wanted to 'keep his story alive'.
GST Will Remain On Food
States members have voted against removing the 5% Goods and Services Tax from grocery bills.
Tide Warning For Coastal Flooding
Tide warnings have been issued for Jersey, including for this evening's rush hour (23 November).