More than £20,000 has been spent by the States on tackling vandalism in schools over the past three years.
Information obtained under the Freedom of Information Law shows more than 130 acts of vandalism were reported in States of Jersey schools between 2014 and 2016....Read More »
Guernsey’s States has been blamed for scuppering plans to run a trial inter-island ferry service.
According to Jersey’s Minister for Economic Development, Tourism Sport and Culture, Senator Lyndon Farnham: “After Guernsey confirmed that they were unable to identify funds to support the...Read More »
Nearly 200 local cancer patients who travel to Southampton each year for treatment will now be able to benefit from a brand new minibus to transport them between their accommodation and the hospital.
Over 2,000 passenger journeys are made every year by Channel Islands patients, who will now undertake them in a new vehicle thanks to the Wessex Cancer Trust and Jersey Cancer Trust....Read More »
Jersey could gain up to €11.1 million in funding if it’s successful in its appeal to join UEFA this time next month.
On June 28, the Court of Arbitration for Sport will hear the Island’s case. A decision could take several weeks, however....Read More »
Limber up and pull on the pink leggings - it's time to get ready, set, and Race for Life, as the annual girl power-infused five and 10k running event gets underway today.
Organised by Cancer Research UK, the Jardins De La Mer event will see hundreds of women walk, jog and run five or 10k in a bid to crack down on 200 types of cancer through vital research....Read More »