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Debut for new theatre group


A NEW local theatre company formed by former Hautlieu drama teacher Michelle Smith will be putting on their first production next week – John Godber’s Teechers.

The fascinating life of T B Davis

TB Davis - The Only Sailor in the Fleet

MILLIONAIRE, business-man, sailor, friend of kings, benefactor, philanthropist, proud Jerseyman – T B Davis was all of these and more, and now he is the subject of a fascinating new autobiography from local author and Jersey Heritage historian Doug Ford.

All hail kale - the resurgent superfood


IT’S green, rough and crinkly, with a cabbagey smell and seriously tough stems that would be enough to put off a full-grown adult let alone a child being told to eat their greens.

Win this car!


ANYONE wanting to be in with a chance of taking home some new wheels has until Monday to get their entries in for the JEP’s Crack The Safe competition.

Ten jobs at hedge fund company


A GUERNSEY-based hedge fund management firm is to relocate to Jersey at the end of the year, bringing at least ten jobs with it.

Binmen to be more vigilant


BINMEN have been urged to ensure they look out for Islanders dumping inappropriate waste in household bins following a plea from the Transport Department after bulky rubbish damaged the incinerator.

Mother jailed for bite attack


A MOTHER of two was left covered in bite marks to her nose, back and arms and had part of her lip bitten off during a bloody night-time attack in a town flat.

New café at Elizabeth Harbour


ALMOST a year since the former café at the Harbour closed abruptly – leaving the Island’s main ferry passenger terminal without food and drink facilities – the doors have opened to a permanent replacement.