Jersey & Channel Island News

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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Heritage Festival Finds New Home Online

April 24, 2020

Paul Journeaux telling stories at last year’s Fête du R’nouvé. Jersey Heritage is holding its spring festival online this year to keep the community event going despite the lockdown. The Fête […]

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Coronavirus: 165 People Have Recovered

April 24, 2020

165 people are now confirmed to have recovered from coronavirus in Jersey. That’s an increase of four since the last update yesterday. 278 people have been diagnosed with Covid-19. 13 […]

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Coronavirus: Changes Made To Maternity Services

April 24, 2020

Pregnant women are being asked to go to antenatal appointments and scans alone, with partners allowed to join virtually. It’s one of many changes put in place by Jersey maternity […]

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Jersey's Lockdown Extended

April 24, 2020

Health Minister, Deputy Richard Renouf Ministers have announced that Jersey’s ‘stay at home’ order is being extended for another two weeks. It means the island’s lockdown will now be in […]

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Jersey Grandfather Climbs Everest From Home!

April 24, 2020

A Jersey grandfather of three can now put his feet up after scaling the height of Everest from his back garden to raise money for the Salvation Army. Peter Picot […]

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Fears Sex Offences Are Going Unreported During Lockdown

April 24, 2020

A lack of reports to authorities about sexual assaults is raising fears about the safety of possible victims in Jersey. Jersey Police have received none at all since lockdown came into […]

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Temporary GST Cut Possible?

April 24, 2020

A short-term reduction in GST could be one way of helping to kick-start the economy again, the Assistant Treasury Minister has suggested. Talk has intensified over the past few days […]

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