Jersey & Channel Island News

Crime Up As Lockdown Eases 

May 6, 2020

Jersey Police say crime has returned to levels seen before the coronavirus lockdown. It follows the easing of restrictions last weekend, allowing islanders to spend up to four hours outside […]

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Occupation Survivor: “One Grew Up Rather Quickly”

May 5, 2020

99-year-old Bob Le Sueur at the Holocaust Memorial Day event in January. A 99-year-old Occupation survivor isn’t letting the COVID-19 pandemic disrupt some of his plans for Liberation 75. Bob […]

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Jersey’s Bailiff’s Covid-19 Fund Raises £1.2 Million

May 5, 2020

Jersey’s Bailiff launched an appeal in April encouraging philanthropists and organisations to donate money to help Jersey during the coronavirus pandemic. The Bailiff’s Covid-19 fund has so far received £1.2 […]

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Baby Gorilla Named

May 5, 2020

Tuesday, May 5th, 2020 1:34pm Credit: Jersey Zoo The baby gorilla at Jersey Zoo has been called Amari! Four Swahili-inspired names were shortlisted for islanders to choose from, with more […]

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Call To Prioritise Jersey Suppliers During Covid-19 Recovery

May 5, 2020

The government is being asked to put local businesses first when Jersey emerges from the coronavirus crisis. St Lawrence Deputy Kirsten Morel is proposing the Chief Minister amends procurement policies […]

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Nightingale Hospital Handed to Health Department

May 4, 2020

Jersey’s Nightingale Hospital at Millbrook will be handed over to the Health Department as of midnight tonight. After just four weeks, building contractors are vacating the site, ahead of Health & […]

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Car Mirrors Damaged In St Clement

May 4, 2020

Five cars have been damaged on Rue De Le Croix in St Clement and Police want to find the people responsible. Their wing mirror casings were either cracked or the […]

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Public Appeal: Liberation Day Bunting Stolen From Popular Beach Side Cafe After Lock Down Eased

May 3, 2020

With the ease of Lock Down restrictions in Jersey thousands of Islanders went out and enjoyed the extra two hours of time outside. Sadly a few have ruined it for […]

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Boat Owners Urged To Minimise Risk At Sea

May 2, 2020

Jersey boat, yacht, jet ski ad other vessel owners are being asked to minimise the risk of getting into trouble at sea. They can now go out on the water […]

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Recycling Centres Gradually Reopening

May 2, 2020

We can now get rid of our garden waste at La Collette again after the government eased lockdown restrictions. The Household Green Waste reception is back open today (Saturday 2 […]

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