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Sands of time run out for Easter

Concession owners Jono Steventon and Joanne Jones on St Brelade's beach

Business owners at St Brelade's Bay have spoken of their anger after plans to cover rocks left piled on the beach by this winter's storms were delayed.

Doctors happier with a say on new set-up

Dr Nigel Minihane

Doctors feel better able to contribute to discussions about the new dual hospital site following difficulties at the beginning of the process, the head of an organisation representing Jersey GPs told a Scrutiny panel.

In Saturday's weekend edition

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A millionaire has been found guilty of claiming thousands of pounds in benefits he was not eligible to receive. Also in Saturday's paper:

Condor to stop sailings berthing at Weymouth?

The new  £50 million trimaran

Condor Ferries may stop sailing to Weymouth if £10 million is not spent on a berth that will accommodate a new £50 million trimaran, according to the port's tourism spokesman.

States credit cards used by 1,486 workers

The States offices at Cyril Le Marquand House

There were just 16 fewer States credit cards in circulation last year than five years ago, when the Treasury said that the number should be reduced, the JEP can reveal.