The weekend may have started out a bit soggy but the weather certainly didn't dampen the spirits of the thousands of music lovers partying at Jersey's biggest two-day festival in Trinity.
Ellie Goulding wowed the crowds headlining the first night of Jersey Live with Ben Howard top of the bill on the second....Read More »
The number of people setting up business on their own in Jersey has more than doubled in the last decade, according to the latest figures.
A total of 3,390 people were recorded as self-employed in the Island’s manpower survey last year – up from 1,490 in 2003....Read More »
For many it’s a well-paid profession but one GP has decided to set up a new practice where many of his patients won’t be paying a penny.
Dr Fred Rud is offering free appointments for the under-five’s – the first GP in the Island to do so - at his new Atlantic Surgery which opens today at the Lido Medical Centre....Read More »
Nearly 50 years after the UK, a law to outlaw racial discrimination in Jersey has finally come into force.
The Discrimination (Jersey) Law 2013 has been formally enacted as of today, and will offer legal protection to people against direct discrimination, indirect discrimination, victimisation and harassme...Read More »
Hand-made yurts will be camping out on Grouville common later this month as Spice returns for its festival of Arts and Music.
The event, now in its fourth year, promotes local talent and attracts Jersey artists, makers, producers, small businesses and musicians who are getting together on Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 September ...Read More »