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Move to cut suicide rates


SUICIDE rates in the Island could be cut if a prevention scheme which is already being used in the UK and America was rolled out in Jersey, according to the head of a mental health charity.

Painting of retiring Bailiff is unveiled


HE has watched some of Jersey’s highest profile legal cases, but although he is stepping down as the Island’s head judge, his gaze over the Royal Court will not be broken.

Video: Children's parties etiquette

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THE story of a five-year-old boy whose parents were threatened with legal action for not showing up to his friend’s birthday party has made headlines across the world.

Extra treatments put pressure on Hospital


FUNDING and resourcing pressures at Jersey’s oncology unit have been caused by more cancer treatments being available in the Island, the Assistant Health Minister has told politicians.