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THE States should explore building on privately owned sites for the new hospital - and could use compulsory... read more
THE risk that Europeans will view Jersey as 'part of the British world' post-Brexit could be 'prejudicial' to the... read more
A CRASH survivor has spoken out after learning she may have to wait longer than a year for psychological therapy... read more
A BACKBENCH politician who successfully persuaded the States to make changes to the guidelines used to grant... read more
STRIKING teachers will have their wages paid by their union when they walk out on the Island's schools for eight... read more
SUNNY and very warm weather is being forecast for the long Easter weekend - but Islanders could be in for a shock... read more
FIREFIGHTERS say a man had a lucky escape on Wednesday after a fire broke out on his boat when he accidentally set... read more
AN Islander on holiday in Paris has spoken about witnessing the moving moment spontaneous singing broke out in... read more
PLANS to demolish a Georgian townhouse as part of a 70 million redevelopment in a neglected area of town should be... read more
WORKING parents are facing a difficult May after a teaching union announced eight days of strike action which is... read more
DEVELOPMENT is a greater threat to Jersey's historic buildings than fire, said director of Jersey Heritage Jon... read more
A MURDERER who killed his secret lover and dumped her body on a remote beach is seeking leave to appeal against his... read more
FURTHER reviews of the impact family-friendly laws are having on businesses are needed before further changes to... read more
ONE of the Island's food retailers has started selling cut-price 'wonky' fruit and vegetables in an effort to help... read more
THERE is nothing wrong with fresh water supplies in the Island, according to Jersey Water, which has responded... read more