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Jersey's last government spent nearly £60 million on consultants in its eighteen months in office.
Jersey's new Education Minister has pledged his 'complete commitment and dedication' to the future of the island's children.
Jersey's former Sports Minister is calling on the government to allow visitors to its sports facilities to pay by cash.
Jersey Heritage is trying to track down the person who left a message in a bottle at Elizabeth Castle 58 years ago.
Jersey Hospice Care is helping brides find their dream wedding dress sustainability.
Cosimo Dhami-Hounsome has become the sixth flautist to win Jersey's Young Musician competition.
A survey is being delivered to every household in Jersey this week, asking people how postal services could be improved.
A severe weather alert has been issued for Jersey, with winds reaching gale force 8 on Monday morning.
Two planning applications for new homes in Jersey, that were previously refused, have been given permission on appeal.
Students from Jersey College Prep and Victoria College will represent Jersey in the final of the De Putron Challenge.
Jersey's new Health Minister says he will bring forward proposals for assisted dying 'without further delay'.
Jersey's government is giving away timber from fallen trees, brought down by Storm Ciarán.
Jersey is the star of tonight's episode of the The Apprentice, as candidates scour the island for items on Lord Sugar's shopping list.
The boss of Condor Ferries, John Napton, has stepped down after two and half years in charge.
The new Minister for Infrastructure wants to consider an alternative approach to the proposed one-way scheme along St John's Road.
Around 26,000 Jersey taxpayers are being given an extra two years to start paying their frozen 2019 bill.
Data collected from Jersey's five shelters show 406 people sought accommodation in 2023.
A man has died after two vehicles collided along La Route Des Quennevais.
Authorities have given details of why a large search operation was launched in St Aubin's Bay on Monday night.
A Jersey breast cancer charity is partnering with CoppaFeel to teach secondary school pupils how to check for signs of the disease.
Jersey Police say they are dealing with the sudden death of a woman in St Helier.
Two Jersey Police vans have been turned into moving billboards to raise awareness of domestic abuse and the support available to victims.
A new path on the North Coast from Ronez Quarry is opening today (16 February).
A man has suffered concussion and bleeding in his ear in an alleged unprovoked attack by three teenagers in St Helier.
A former Jersey restaurateur has been found guilty of rape and a series of assaults.
Guernsey and Jersey's Chambers of Commerce will host an event next month to explore the viability and benefits of a tunnel between the Channel Islands and a link to France.
XL Bully owners in Jersey need a licence to travel in and out of the island with their dogs.
The average paid for a property in Jersey fell last year for the first time since 2013, and by the largest amount in at least 38 years.
Jersey Ladies have been named England Golf Women and Girls' Trailblazers of the Year.
A share of a quarter of a million pounds is now available for scientific and educational research into the Le Catillon II Coin Hoard.
Deputy Max Andrews has called the current way the £79 million Cabinet Office runs a 'farce' for the lack of accountability.
Jersey has been selected to join a scheme aiming to reduce deaths by heart disease by a quarter in 25 years.
Around 40 young basketballers are being coached by ex-professional player Kristaps Valters this half-term.
The long-running teachers' pay dispute, that led to several days of strikes in schools last year, is over.
Jersey Airport's post office counter will be closing in March.
An outage in December 2022 left JT unable to answer any emergency service calls for two hours.
Channel Islanders will now be able to apply for a credit card from a local bank.
Helping companies grow, testing new technologies, adopting digital solutions to local challenges and upskilling the workforce are among Digital Jersey's top priorities for the next 12 months.
Jersey's Bailiff has written to the Intrepid 232 team, congratulating them on their world record breaking Atlantic row.
A law firm has agreed to act on behalf of gas customers unhappy about a £11.56 rebate from Island Energy for an island-wide outage.
A couple were rescued from Plemont beach in Jersey after being cut off by the tide.
A woman has been convicted of mistreating and neglecting a vulnerable person, in a landmark case in Jersey’s Royal Court.
Jersey is celebrating bringing in the Lunar New Year with an abundance of events again.
Lucian-Mihai Gora has been sentenced to three years in prison for grave and criminal assault on a 16-year-old girl.
Rates of dementia and heart failure in Jersey are projected to rise by around 50% over the next twenty years.
An evening of celebration for the Channel Islands' sporting stars, with Guernsey and Jersey athletes taking home awards.
St John Constable Andy Jehan will have political responsibility for sport in Jersey's government.
Ashbe Construction wants to build 38 new assisted purchase homes at Sion.
Mount Bingham has re-opened to traffic head of schedule, following resurfacing work.
States Members have agreed to purchase the site of the disused Seaside Café and give it to the National Trust for Jersey.
People carrying a 'bladed article' longer than three inches at a school could potentially be sentenced to five years in prison as part of an overhaul of public order offences.