From fishy goings on to oligarch probes and a PC getting competitive at sea... How closely did you follow the headlines this week?
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The island’s government had a part to play in the sale of Chelsea FC this week. Who was its former owner, now reportedly at the centre of a fresh probe by Jersey authorities? (Hint)
A police detective’s post-baby hobby led her to become the Channel Islands’ top female…what? (Hint)
The Weekender festival has announced that Stereophonics and Sam Ryder will be featuring in its first ever Friday show… What is the latter Eurovision sensation perhaps better known by? (Hint)
Jersey student Ben Mason, who raised more than £100,000 for mental health support following the death of his sister, Kezia Mason, was invited to hand the trophy to the winners of the Premier League in recognition of his “courage”… But which team were the champions? (Hint)
Jersey scored double Muratti success over the weekend. While the Men’s team won 1-0, the girls triumphed with how many goals to nil? (Hint)
To encourage islanders to take an active role in protecting water, blue fish have been popping up around the island next to what? (Hint)
Sushi and steak restaurant Shinzo sadly announced it would be closing less than two years after its launch. While open, it became known for its iconic cocktail glasses, with one shape in particular proving extremely popular… What was it? (Hint)
Which restaurant chain was given one last chance to disclose documents as part of a long-running dispute with a Jersey-registered company, after the island's Royal Court found their failure to divulge information was a serious abuse of process? (Hint)
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