The cost of GP and dental services is being reviewed by Social Security to improve access for young people and the elderly, says outgoing minister Francis Le Gresley.
The competition regulator said that they would be looking into the issue in February, and the head of the GP's association called at the time for the States to increase subsidies to reduce the costs to the public. The Social Security and Health departments are now looking at the issue to see what they can do....Read More »
Islanders are in with the chance of winning up to £1,000 every day for a month in Jersey’s first ever Cash Dash.
The treasure hunt is being organised by QI Finance who are stashing cash in envelopes all around the Island throughout September....Read More »
Drivers will be able to get special “vanity” car number plates over the counter at DVS instead of at annual auctions under a new trial scheme.
Transport Minister Kevin Lewis has approved a trial scheme as his department tries to hit a target of making £100,000 a year from selling special number plates....Read More »
The head of the Citizens’ Advice Bureau is running for Senator – finally injecting some spark into what looked like a pretty dull election race.
Malcolm Ferey is bidding to follow in the footsteps of Francis Le Gresley, who went from running the CAB to serving as a Senator, and ultimately being Social Security Minister – the same job tha...Read More »
In case you wondered if we could be digging up any more roads, TTS have announced that they’re about to start working on the stretch running right through St Aubin’s Village.
The resurfacing work starts on Monday and is being split into sections – the first bit to get done will be the stretch running from La Haule Slip to the Parish Hall car park, but the next phases...Read More »