Jersey & Channel Island News

Health Minister Defends Use Of Rapid Flow Tests

January 19, 2021

The Health Minister says the rapid flow coronavirus tests ‘have a use in the right context’ following reports in the UK of a high-rate of false negatives. Those tests, which […]

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Masks To Be Worn At School Pickup

January 19, 2021

Parents are being told to wear a mask when dropping off and collecting their children from school in Jersey from today. The Education department guidance has changed to say that ‘all […]

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Pass ‘Life In Jersey Test’ To Stand For Election?

January 19, 2021

A St Helier politician has proposed creating a ‘Life in Jersey’ certificate to prove a non-British citizen’s commitment to the island rather than the UK. Deputy Inna Gardiner says anyone […]

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Jersey Preparing To Host CI Pride In September

January 19, 2021

This year’s Channel Islands Pride will be held in Jersey to honour the anniversary of 9/11, if it can be done safely. Guernsey was the only place in the British […]

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Vaccine Details For Over 70s Revealed

January 18, 2021

Islanders aged 75 to 79 will be able to book a vaccine appointment from Monday 25 January. Vaccines for this age group will begin on Saturday 30 January. High-risk islanders, including […]

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Victims And Witnesses Promised Better Support

January 18, 2021

Victims First Jersey is being launched, along with a Victim and Witness Charter – setting out the standards of care they can expect. Victims and witnesses of crime in Jersey are […]

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Islanders Back ‘Freddie’s Law’

January 18, 2021

More than 2,600 people have signed an online petition calling for better protection for vulnerable road users. The petition calls for the law to be changed after a teenage cyclist was seriously […]

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Café Ubé To Open At Harbour

January 18, 2021

JPRestaurants – owners of the Crab Shack, Oyster Box and Banjo  –  has been chosen to operate a new café at the St Helier harbour. Ports of Jersey has signed […]

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Overdale Services Set To Move To Old Les Quennevais School

January 18, 2021

Health services at Overdale are due to be moved to the old Les Quennevais school building as part of the plan for building Jersey’s new hospital. Overdale was chosen as […]

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10 Days Isolation For All New Arrivals

January 15, 2021

People arriving into Jersey will now have to isolate for at least 10 days, as of midnight tonight. In response to the highly infectious new variants of COVID-19 being identified […]

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