Jersey & Channel Island News

Message From The Queen And Virtual Skyline Party For Lockdown Liberation

April 28, 2020

There is a ‘radically reshaped’ programme of events to celebrate Liberation 75 in lockdown. Organisers have published ways we can mark the landmark anniversary of the end of the Occupation […]

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Watch Out For Coronavirus Scams

April 27, 2020

The Jersey Fraud Prevention Forum is urging islanders to keep an eye out for coronavirus-related scams. It’s after reports in the UK that people and businesses there have lost more than […]

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Pins Puncture Tyres On St Aubin's Bay Cycle Track

April 27, 2020

Monday, April 27th, 2020 2:28pm Image Credit: Ryan Watts Cyclists have suffered punctured tyres because of drawing pins left on the track along St Aubin’s Bay. Scores of the tacks […]

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Coronavirus: Seven Deaths In Care Homes

April 27, 2020

11 people have died in hospital, seven people have died in care homes and one person has died at home because of coronavirus, Jersey’s government has confirmed. The news follows […]

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New Highlands College Principal Appointed

April 27, 2020

A Jersey-born teacher with 27 years of experience has been named as the new principal of Highlands College. Jo Terry-Marchant has been in temporary charge since previous principal Steve Lewis […]

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Warning Issued Following Unreported Beach Find 

April 27, 2020

Monday, April 27th, 2020 9:56am Jersey’s Bomb Disposal Officer is examining a cylinder found on the beach at Gorey. It was discovered by a member of the public yesterday and […]

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11 New Police Officers Sworn-In

April 27, 2020

Eleven new police officers have officially joined the States of Jersey force. They were sworn in at the the Royal Court on Friday under special arrangements to ensure social distancing […]

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Havre Des Pas Homes Hit With Graffiti

April 26, 2020

Sunday, April 26th, 2020 3:10pm Police are appealing for information after several homes in the Havre des Pas area were vandalised with graffiti. The malicious damage happened either late Saturday night […]

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Islanders Joining The 2.6 Challenge

April 25, 2020

A 2.6 mile run is among the suggested challenges to raise money for Jersey charities. People in Jersey are taking part in a national challenge today to raise money for […]

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PPE Stock Levels 'In A Good Position'

April 25, 2020

2.75 million items of PPE are now in Jersey and available for use, the Health Minister has revealed. Deputy Richard Renouf says this makes sure there is more than 30 […]

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