Steve Luce, Planning and Environment Minister. Picture: JON GUEGAN

Jersey to store info from A-listers

HOLLYWOOD A-listers, global oil companies and high-tech research institutes could store their most sensitive information in Jersey in the future after preliminary plans for a new top tier secure data storage facility got the backing of the Planning Applications Panel.

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Hotel booking site gives assurance

A major hotel booking website reassured customers their details are safe

One of the world's biggest hotel booking websites has insisted its customers' details are safe after a whistle-blower revealed how he helped fraudsters use personal data to trick thousands of people.

£1.2bn spending on 'Panic Saturday'

High streets are expecting a £1.2bn Panic Saturday shopping splurge

Shoppers across Britain went looking for late Christmas bargains today as h igh street spending was set to reach £1.2 billion on what was being branded "Panic Saturday".

Jersey's employment tribunal is 'inconsistent'

Pic of Lindsay Edwards-Thatcher. Director of TM Legal Services.

RECENT judgments made by the Jersey Employment and Discrimination Tribunal allegedly show ‘incomprehensible inconsistency’ that threatens the faith that workers and employers have in the organisation, a solicitor who specialises in employment law has claimed.

Celebrity status for Island hotel


A HOTEL in St Helier has been named a ‘celebrity hotspot’ by OK! magazine after a number of famous names stayed and dined there during recent years.

PM's warning on economy 'refreshing'


THE UK Prime Minister’s warning that a second global crash could be looming is a ‘refreshing and honest’ assessment of the risks currently facing economies around the world – including Jersey’s, according to the Island’s new Treasury Minister.

Ten jobs at hedge fund company


A GUERNSEY-based hedge fund management firm is to relocate to Jersey at the end of the year, bringing at least ten jobs with it.

New café at Elizabeth Harbour


ALMOST a year since the former café at the Harbour closed abruptly – leaving the Island’s main ferry passenger terminal without food and drink facilities – the doors have opened to a permanent replacement.