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Optimists win the top Battle prize

The Optimists Club's winning float

THE Optimists Club's entry, Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines, won the Prix d'Honneur - the prize for the best float - in this year's Battle of Flowers.

Thousands at JEP wet West Show

Former St Ouen Constable and West Show Association president Ken Vibert leads the current Constable Michael Paddock in a donkey chariot race

WELLINGTON boots were the must-have item over the weekend as thousands headed to St Peter for the ninth Jersey Evening Post West Show.

Welcome home!

The Bonn family reunited

TWO brothers received a heroes’ welcome yesterday as they arrived back in Jersey following an epic 13-month journey sailing back from Australia.

Huge hoard of ancient coins found

Work has been going on for over a week to unearth the coins

THE gold and silver treasure of a Celtic army worth millions has been unearthed in a Jersey field by two men with metal detectors.

Record number complete Itex Walk

Walkers at White Rock on the north coast

A RECORD number of people finished the Itex-Rotary around the Island walk on Saturday and raised thousands of pounds for charity in the process.

‘Super-rich must benefit Island life’

Housing Minister Andrew Green

SUPER-RICH immigrants who want to live in Jersey have to prove that they will benefit 'Island life' as well as paying the minimum £125,000 tax contribution, says Housing Minister Andrew Green.

Crowning their careers

Honoured: John Hodge, Jean Le Maistre, Dawn Woodhouse and Michael Birt

THREE Islanders whose voluntary work represents the kindness and community spirit at the heart of Jersey life have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

Never forget the price of freedom

Youngsters enjoying the celebrations yesterday

JERSEY’S freedom was won through the endurance and sacrifice of many people during the Second World War, the Bailiff Michael Birt told Islanders during his Liberation Day speech yesterday.