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A PRE-school in St Brelade is pleading for help from Islanders amid a spate of petty vandalism.
IMAGES of a man the States police would like to speak to in connection with the alleged theft of a bike have been... read more
ONE of the largest redevelopment projects proposed in Jersey has been given the go-ahead.
AN Islander who started visiting charity shops when she was a cash-strapped student has turned her love of... read more
WAITROSE says it expects to create 30 new jobs if Sunday trading for large shops is given the go-ahead by the... read more
A PREDICTED shortage of eight million litres of water during drought years could partly be solved by converting a... read more
POLITICIANS are once again due to be asked whether the Bailiff should be removed as president of the States, with a... read more
'EXCELLENT' opportunities to increase the Island's housing stock are being blocked by the ongoing hospital debate -... read more
IT is the little things - the sound of the lapping of water against the bottom of his board and seeing the beach... read more
A 70-MILLION project to build a new 122-bedroom Premier Inn along with 145 apartments on Bath Street is due to go... read more
THE Chief Minister says he 'regrets' the decision of Andium Homes' finance director to step down but options to... read more
NEW laws aimed at cracking down on people 'stirring up prejudice' are being proposed as part of a wave of changes... read more
THE full extent of the devastation Asian hornets wreak on the Island's ecology could soon be revealed by examining... read more
JERSEY'S government is dictatorial in nature, unsustainable and lacking integrity, Andium Homes' finance director... read more