Sunday 22 January 2017

VIDEO: New Jersey play aims to "humanise" asylum seekers

Friday 20 January 2017

States members have been given an “open invite” to a play aiming to stimulate discussion on Jersey’s closed approach to refugees in the midst of one of the worst forced migration crises since World War Two.Love Theatre’s ‘HOME’ will bring together Islanders and Syrian and Kurdish former ...

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Ozouf's resignation confirmed

Friday 20 January 2017

The Chief Minister has accepted Senator Philip Ozouf's decision to "step aside" from his role as Assistant Chief Minister responsible for financial services, digital, competition and innovation.His department confirmed early this afternoon that Senator Ian Gorst had now received the letter fro...

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Ministers: thank God it's Friday!

Friday 20 January 2017

It's been a bad week for Jersey's Ministers, and one of the Island's leading Constables has described it as the worst States meeting she has experienced in more than ten years in government.St Mary Constable Juliette Gallichan spoke out as Ministers' keynote plans to borrow up to £40...

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Nick Aubin, Jersey Biodiversity Centre Manager: Five things I would change about Jersey

Friday 20 January 2017

Do you know what a Hairy Earthtongue or a Red Cage is? Nick Aubin does. He’s the Manager of Jersey’s Biodiversity Centre, and an expert in mycology. Translation: he’s a fun guy who knows his fungi.So in a week where the environment has hit the headlines with shoreline reports and new recycling pl...

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VIDEO: Around the world in 74 days: Jersey sailor second in Vendée Globe

Friday 20 January 2017

Yachtsman Alex Thomson - son of Jerseyman Peter Thomson, and an adopted Islander - has finished the Vendée Globe around the world yacht race in second place.He finished the intense solo race that pushes competitors to the limit after 74 days, 19 hours, 35 m...

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Heritage collaboration helps Islanders discover their roots

Friday 20 January 2017

A young man from Grouville who was once too poor to buy his own golf clubs went on to become the world golfing number one, winning the British Open six times – a record that remains unbroken.It’s the story of Harry Vardon, which would have made the headlines back in the 1800s – ...

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