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Crumbling concrete, known as RAAC, is believed to be present in four areas of the General Hospital.
Fans of the troubled Jersey Reds are being asked to gather at the ground this evening (29 Sept) in a show of support for the players and staff.
Ketevan Kasrashvili, known as Katie, who was found dead near the La Haule slipway, has been described as a beautiful and pure person by her best friend, Stacey Camps.
The six-story government office block is set to be finished in July 2024, with civil servants moving in by the end of next summer.
Jersey Zoo has let the Capybara out of the bag, revealing its latest residents!
Jersey's government has ruled out giving Jersey Reds anymore money after revealing the club has had £370,000 in the past three months to keep it afloat.
Players, fans and the sporting community have been taking to social media to voice their feelings on the Jersey Reds ceasing trading.
Jersey Reds has ceased trading. The RFU Championship club has issued a statement saying liquidation 'appears inevitable'.
Registered and licensed islanders can continue to work multiple part-time jobs until the end of 2024.
Jersey politicians will vote once again on whether to bring back the island-wide mandate, just ten months after a similar move was defeated.
Plans to develop the St Helier Waterfront have been refused.
A moped rider has been taken to Accident & Emergency following a collision on the Inner Road by Bel Royal Motors this morning (27 September).
New rules targeting drunk and reckless seafarers are a step closer.
Customs have seized chocolates called 'Magic Dinosaurs' laced with hallucinogenic drugs.
A quarter of a million pounds is being given to the Highlands College Foundation to research one of Europe's largest Celtic coin hoards.
102 Jersey homes have secured a government grant to switch their heating systems away from fossil fuels.
The Jersey Hospitality Association is calling on the government to scrap a planned hike in alcohol duty or risk businesses closing.
Up to 60 eligible first-time buyers are set get government help onto Jersey's property ladder in a new shared equity scheme.
The competition watchdog found that a basket of groceries in Jersey is a third more expensive than at the cheapest UK supermarkets.
44 cyclists are setting off on a five-day ride through Italy to raise money for Macmillan Jersey.
Jersey Recovery College wants to publish at least 30 stories and poems written by islanders in a book of anthologies.
Three of the most severely damaged blocks of flats on Pier Road will be demolished.
Joao Gomes Drummond (43) been jailed for six months for sexually touching a girl in a St Helier pub.
The sale of Durrell's Takeover Tortoises has raised £720,500 towards a new reptile house at Jersey Zoo.
Condor has brought the Islander's entry into service forward, in time for October half-term.
100 free muffins are being given out in Jersey's Royal Square to people commuting on two feet or two wheels.
A painting that was rediscovered in a Guernsey property after being lost for over 40 years has been sold at auction.
From Pantosaurus to family therapy sessions, the Gower Centre has been the source of healing and protection for more than 1,600 adults and children in the island, but it plans to offer more to Jersey.
People on benefits in Jersey could see them rise by 8.6% next year.
Jersey is sending £175,000 to help relief efforts in Morocco and Libya, where two natural disasters have claimed thousands of lives.
New rules that will require landowners in Jersey to get planning permission to cut or fell trees have been drawn up.
Three HSBC ATMs have been removed in St Helier after a review by the bank finds fewer people are using cash.
The estimated cost of a new acute inpatient hospital at Overdale has been put at £710m.
Ministers have revealed their Government Plan, including budget proposals that will raise income tax thresholds and will put an extra 4p on a pint of beer.
Three new 'critical friends' and two clinical advisers have been brought in to help ministers develop the plans for a multi-site hospital.
Around one in five rental deposits were not submitted to the MyDeposits Jersey scheme within the 30 days required by the law.
Jersey's Festival of Words is underway, with big name writers including Michael Morpurgo, Sheila Hancock, Peter James, Sophie Cousens and Poet Laureate Simon Armitage taking part.
Flu vaccines will be available from GPs, pharmacies and the Covid Vaccination Centre at Fort Regent from this week. It is also being offered in schools.
Jersey Model Aero Club is holding its own air display today (17 September) for the first time since the pandemic.
The Pride Parade and main celebrations will see The Saturdays star Una Healy and nineties boy band Five taking to the main stage in Jersey's People's Park.
A courageous member of the public and the Fire Service's inshore rescue boat crew have saved a swimmer from the water in St Aubin's Bay.
Changes to the Children's and Marriage and Civil Partnership Laws in Jersey will give same-sex partners the same rights as heterosexual couples.
Six groups of young islanders are starting their 12-week missions to build underwater robots.
The body of a woman has been found on a Jersey beach.
A Jersey disability charity is calling for much bigger fines for people who park in a designated disabled space without a blue badge.
Three new tortoises have joined the auction to raise money for Durrell.
Jersey's southern seafront is expected to be lined with spectators - all looking to the sky - for this year's air display.
Police are 'urgently' investigating a rise in reports of elderly islanders being targeted by traders operating illegally.
Jersey Police say Richard Romeril, who had been missing in Jersey since last Friday, has been found safe and well.
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A Jersey government grant is funding yoga and Wim Hof techniques for inmates at La Moye prison.
The re-use centre at La Collette could be set to reopen, after States Members voted it should be reinstated.
Children can now get diagnosed with Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in Jersey.
Three men have been arrested after a fight on Burrard Street.
Teachers and their bosses have joined together in a rally at the Royal Square in the second walkout this year.
Police have released more information about the last known movements of Richard Romeril before his disappearance on Friday.
States members voted unanimously to censure, which is an official reprimand, Deputy Max Andrews of St Helier.
As teachers strike and stage a protest, Jersey's Chief Minister has apologised for a social media post about their pay.
Condor's two fast ferries will be taken out of service for maintenance between November and mid February.
Four Co-op post offices are to close in the next few months.
Jersey's politicians could get a 7.7% pay rise under recommendations from an independent reviewer into how States Members' pay is set.
The majority of the island's schools are expected to be closed on Tuesday (12 Sept) as teachers and head teachers walk out in a dispute over pay.
Officers are asking islanders to check their gardens, sheds, out-houses and fields for any sign of Richard Romeril.
The Inn Hotel on Queens Road could be turned into staff accommodation for fellow hotel The Royal Yacht.
Jersey Fire and Rescue attended the scene of a garage fire on La Route du Fort.
Condor's new conventional ferry, the 'Islander', will have six 'pet-friendly' cabins, in a first for the company.
Jersey Police say missing Richard Romeril was at B&Q at 9.45am on Friday 8 September.
FlyDirect has added a new route to Croatia for its 2024 holidays.
Ministers want to see disposable vapes taken off the shelves in Jersey following health and environmental concerns.
More than 800 people took part in the second Run4Kezia at the weekend, raising money for mental health charities.
Two teenagers have been arrested in connection with a large fight near Snow Hill.
Teaching union NASUWT says it has withdrawn strike action planned for Tuesday (12 Sept).
The police are still looking for missing Richard Romeril who was last seen two days ago.
The Jersey Hospice Care Million Pound Lottery winner has been revealed!