THE Jerseyman and a woman from Norfolk found murdered on a beach in southern Thailand have been named.
AN honorary consul for Romania could be positioned in Jersey to provide support to the growing number of Eastern Europeans moving to the Island.
A RESPITE home for children with special needs has been officially re-opened after a six-month refurbishment.
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THE UK Culture Secretary has criticised the BBC for having ten staff cover the arrival of the Commonwealth Games baton in Jersey.
A DECISION about when The Boat House restaurant in St Aubin will re-open is due to be made this week after fire engulfed the roof on Friday evening.
ISLANDERS got a sample of times gone by at the Steam Threshing and Motor Fayre on Saturday.
THE 2015 Budget may have to be ripped up and rewritten because current forecasts are so inaccurate, according to a Scrutiny Panel report.
PREDATORY paedophile Jimmy Savile paid £50,000 to the States in 2008 to keep his name out of the police-led child sex abuse inquiry that focused on the former children’s home Haut de la Garenne, it has been claimed.
TWO Islanders who have suffered from depression are starring in new short films that have been launched by a local charity.
SEVERAL Islanders have come forward to talk about their time at Sacré Coeur care home following media reports about a woman who claims she was abused by nuns who ran the institution.
A CLUBBER was left convulsing on the ground after a chef 'snapped' and wrapped a belt around his neck before choking him, the Royal Court has heard.
THE Home Affairs Minister has been criticised for defending an ‘archaic’ gap in Jersey law that allows trespassers to walk into people’s homes without fear of prosecution.
FOUR more candidates have announced their intention to stand in the October election.
A DYSELXIC Jersey schoolboy has beaten more than 6,000 young people from across the Commonwealth to win a prestigious essay-writing competition.
A WOMAN who contacted the police after watching a TV documentary about abuse in Jersey’s care homes claimed they were more concerned about prosecution or whether she had stayed at Haut de la Garenne than her experiences as a child.
A FARM workshop in St Lawrence has been left on the brink of collapse after a major fire tore through the building.
PLANS for a new restaurant on Gorey Pier have been recommended for approval by Planning officers.