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A patient being treated by paramedics was put at serious risk when a man jumped into the front seat of an ambulance as part of a drunken prank

Abuse: Victims 'didn't trust support services'

The former chief investigating officer into historical child abuse

The former head of the historical child abuse investigation has hit back at claims that he failed vulnerable Islanders by not involving local victim support agencies in the inquiry.

French ace denies Mansell a treble

The early stages of the men's elite pro criterium with eventual winner Mederic Mancel  second from right

The absence of team-mates cost two-time Jersey Evening Post Town Criterium winner Greg Mansell dearly on Sunday as he failed to make it three in a row on the streets of St Helier.

Revealed: Town crime hotspots

Bath Street is among the top trouble spots

Jersey's crime hotspots have been revealed, with almost a quarter of all incidents in St Helier reported to the police in the first half of the year occurring within a few hundred square metres.

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Jersey's crime hotspots have been revealed, with almost a quarter of all incidents in St Helier reported to the police in the first half of the year occurring within a few hundred square metres.

Global interest in £5m Whicker home

Alan Whicker who died last year at the age of 91

There has been significant interest in the £5 million home formerly owned by TV travel journalist Alan Whicker, according to an estate agent handling the sale.

HR excellence puts firms in line for coveted awards

. Lorna Pestana, chairwoman of the CIPD Jersey branch

Some of the Island’s biggest companies are in line for an award for their employment practices after a shortlist of names for annual accolades handed out by the leading human resources professional body were announced.

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.