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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.

Jersey Water 'shocked' at geese shootings

greylag geese similar to those killed in queen's valley

JERSEY Water say they are ‘shocked and saddened’ at the news that at least three geese have been shot dead on their land and that the deaths were not part of a culling.

Abuse inquiry to examine 200,000 historical documents


THE Independent Jersey Care Inquiry will take a break from holding public hearings about life in the States’ care system in a week’s time to allow hundreds of thousands of documents to be processed for future sessions.

Heritage's Blampied sketchbooks boost


JERSEY Heritage have received a £20,000 donation from the Association of Jersey Charities to enable them to add eight rare sketchbooks belonging to the late local artist Edmund Blampied to their collection.

Jersey preparing for Ebola

Ebola epidemic

HEALTH experts are continuing to prepare for the possibility of the Ebola virus reaching Jersey after holding a meeting about the outbreak.