Thursday 16 August 2018
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WATCH: England rugby star’s concern over “celebrity status” sparked bouncer assault

Thursday 16 August 2018

Concerns over being caught on a Jersey nightclub bouncer’s bodycam due to his “celebrity status” landed an England rugby star with a £2,000 fine for assaulting a doorman and resisting arrest in the Magistrate’s Court this morning.

Danny Cipriani (30) was also ordered to pay £250 compensation for bruising a female Police Officer....

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Man arrested in UK on Jersey child sexual abuse charges

Thursday 16 August 2018

A 62-year-old UK resident was arrested and brought to Jersey today to face four sexual charges involving a female child nearly 30 years ago.

Police said that the man, who has not yet been named, had been residing in the UK for some time....

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Hooting at police bike lands man in court

Thursday 16 August 2018

A motorist who is accused of illegally sounding his car horn saw his case go all the way to the Magistrate’s Court, rather than having it dealt with at parish hall level, because he says he has "a point to prove."

68-year-old James McFarlane admits being in his parked car on St Clement’s Road on June 15 and ‘tooting’ at a police motorbike, but claims he was doing it to alert the officer to a p...

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Tamba: Inspector's rejected recommendations cost £25,000

Thursday 16 August 2018

Recommendations from an independent planning inspector to approve plans to build a 27-unit luxury holiday village and a four-bedroom house at Tamba Park, which the Planning Minister rejected, cost over £25,400, according to new figures.

Deputy John Young, the Environment Minister, didn't agree with the conclusions of the Planning Inspector, Graham Self - who said the planning gains were enough to overcome the concerns, such as Tamba ...

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Anxious wait ends today for Jersey's A-Level students

Thursday 16 August 2018

The results are in: Jersey has scored top marks in its A Levels, with the island striking its highest level of success since records began, and beating England.

The overall pass rate for the island was 99% - in line with 2017, and ahead of England, where it stood at 97.6%....

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