Boy threatens to 'murder and rape' ambulance staff

Town Park. Picture: JON GUEGAN

A 16-YEAR-OLD boy who threatened to ‘murder and rape’ ambulance staff as they tried to treat him for heart pains has been sentenced to a six-month probation order and banned from licensed premises for a year by the Youth Court.

Poll: Chief Minister's job in the bag?


CHIEF Minister Ian Gorst could face an uncontested election for the top job if a deal is done between him and the only other Member to confirm that he is considering standing for the role.

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Bike helmet law could change attitudes

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A LAW requiring under-14s to wear helmets when riding a bike would not need to be extended if it leads to a complete shift in attitude among the next generation, the chairman of a national brain injury charity says.

Film company yet to provide accounts


A PRODUCTION company which was given taxpayers’ money to part-fund a fantasy film set in the Island has not provided its audited accounts to the States as the financial rules of government dictate.

easyJet's 'new' flight too late to take-off

Passengers arriving on the first easyJet flight from Gatwick (02126201)

A BUDGET airline is apparently so keen to go above and beyond the call of duty to serve Islanders next summer they have been offering a bonus late-night flight to the UK - 20 minutes after Jersey Airport closes for the evening.

Durrell helps save very rare Caribbean frog

Mountain chicken

ONE of the world’s rarest types of frog, bred as part of a Durrell conservation programme to save the species from extinction, has been successfully returned to its Caribbean home.

'Ballot was fairly run', says election winner


A NEWLY elected Deputy has claimed he is the victim of an ‘orchestrated campaign’ to oust him after it emerged that a re-election could be ordered following an error with his nominations paper.

Pictures: Durrell Dash


RUNNERS of all ages and abilities took to the lanes of Trinity and St Martin on Sunday to raise money for the Durrell wildlife park.