Bailiff's warning on new drug

The Bailiff, Sir Michael Birt

The Bailiff has warned young people against the dangers of taking a new type of drug which is flooding the streets of Jersey and urged them not to believe that it is legal.

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Sex gangs are targeting Jersey because of the higher prices paid by affluent locals, an expert in modern slavery has said.

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'Beach orgy' investigated

The States Police are investigating the claims

Witnesses are being sought after a group of Islanders allegedly had an orgy on a north coast beach in full view of onlookers.

Knifeman (19) jailed

The case was heard in the Magistrate's Court

A knife-wielding pub worker who threatened to kill a group of men who attacked him on a drunken night out has been sentenced to nine months' youth custody.

Jersey's 'secret sex trade'

The States Police are investigating the claims

A police investigation is under way into claims that women are being trafficked into Jersey to work in a hidden sex trade, the JEP can reveal.

Sunny days of summer could be over

Kite surfing at St Ouen's Bay. Picture: Graham Constable, of Bristol

THERE may still technically be a few weeks of summer left, but you may be safe to put your sun cream and flip-flops away for another year.

Jersey’s ticking diabetes time bomb

Dr Peter Bates, consultant at the Diabetes Centre

JERSEY is in the grip of a diabetes epidemic – with the number of Islanders suffering from the condition more than doubling in the last seven years.

Meeting tonight over town homes plan

An artist's impression of the proposed development

Residents concerned about plans for a major housing development at Gas Place are invited to a meeting tonight at which a petition against the proposals will be launched.