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Two trapped in car on cliff edge

Four people had a dramatic escape yesterday as their car hung precariously close to a cliff after an accident near Portelet Bay.

Jersey sailors join in world record regatta

More than 30 Hobie Cats took part in the event in St Aubin’s Bay Picture: ELAINE BURGIS

JERSEY sailors came out in force for Bart’s Bash on Sunday, joining many thousands more around the globe to help set a new world record for the largest number of sailing boats in a regatta.

Election hustings begin

The candidates face parishioners of Grouville

Almost two thirds of the Senatorial candidates spoke out in favour of keeping the Constables in the States at the first hustings last night.

Thai terror chase

Marco Freifrei (right) pictured with David Miller (left) and fellow backpacker Remy Einmalig just a few days before the murders took place

Jersey brothers Chris and James Ware had to flee the clutches of ‘fake police’ and men on motorbikes during a chase through downtown Bangkok days after their friend had been brutally murdered, according to a travelling companion with them at the time.

Islanders on the march for our climate

Islanders march along Queen Street in the climate change rally

Island environmental campaigners joined hundreds of thousands of people around the world on Sunday for what is being called the biggest ever joint climate change rally.

Construction projects may create 500 jobs

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UP to 500 jobs need to be created in the Island’s construction industry in the next two years to cope with the growing list of high-profile projects being lined up, industry leaders have said.