Options open if Bailiff loses role in States


There are a number of options open to appoint a 'speaker' of the States if politicians decide next week that the Bailiff should no longer preside over sittings, according to the Privileges and Procedures Committee.

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Rising numbers of Islanders are becoming inadvertently addicted to a prescription painkiller that can be as hard to quit as heroin.

Classics wow the crowds

Fiona Sangan, Jane Haddon and June Elliott in a 1928 Lagonda (02144284)

Vintage cars packed Weighbridge Square on Monday for the Jersey Old Motor Club’s Easter display.

Cable is in for the long haul


The laying of a third undersea power cable as part of a £70 million project to secure Jersey’s electricity supply has begun.

Hunt for Warren’s millions will go on

Curtis Warren

Drugs baron Curtis Warren will still owe £198 million when he comes out of prison – even if he serves an extra ten years for refusing to hand over the money, Jersey’s Solicitor General Howard Sharp has said.

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Islanders who were abused by Jimmy Savile can now claim compensation from the disgraced star's £3 million estate.