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Day one of Jersey Live in pictures

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IT may have been a bit drizzly and overcast for the opening day of Jersey Live, but thousands of revellers still enjoyed a great party.

Outgoing minister issues pay freeze warning

Home Affairs Minister Ian Le Marquand

Public-sector staff could be forced to settle for pay freezes or minimal salary increases in the next round of talks as the States seek to plug a potential deficit, a retiring senior minister has warned.

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Jersey Live 2014 is here!

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THE gates to the summer’s biggest party opened on Saturday, with up to 10,000 people descending on the quiet country parish of Trinity for this year's Jersey Live.

Abuse inquiry excludes citizen media

Stuart Syvret

Jersey's self-styled independent citizen media, who have long been critical of the way the Island has handled child abuse investigations, have been stripped of journalistic privileges at the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry.

Police driving review

The scene of the accident along St Clement's coast road

A review is being launched into whether police officers should drive alone at night after a squad car driver fell asleep at the wheel and crashed into a wall at the end of a shift.

In Friday's newspaper

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A review is being launched into whether police officers should drive alone at night after a squad car driver fell asleep at the wheel and crashed into a wall at the end of a shift.