In Thursday’s newspaper

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• The latest on a long-awaited public inquiry into historical child abuse

• Allegations made about the actions of former board members of the now liquidated Channel Islands Stock Exchange have been vigorously denied

• Serious concerns have been raised about Jersey’s proposed immigration policy

• A man who has attempted suicide three times is campaigning for more urgent treatment for mentally ill people

• One of Jersey’s oldest organisations is on the brink of closure because of a lack of volunteers

• Islanders are being invited to join in a beach art project on Sunday

• Pupils of St Mary’s School have been inventive with some recyled materials and those at Samarès School have been celebrating the opening of a new trim trail

• Hundreds of swimmers took to the water on the first day of the Swimarathon yesterday. We have a full report and pictures

• And after achieving promotion to Division 4 of the ICC World Cricket League earlier this week, the Island cricket team have gone onto win the Division 5 tournament in Malaysia


• You have the chance to help judge the final winner of our Picture Jersey photographic competition

• The JEP’s Kit4Clubs competition is back and local sports clubs are once again in with a chance of winning a share in £10,000.

Collect the coupons published in the JEP each day from Monday 10 March until Saturday 5 April for your club to have the chance of winning one of the six prizes. The more tokens collected, the more your club has the chance of a prize.

The winners of the competition, which is sponsored by Ogier Legal, will include three clubs with fewer than 50 members and three clubs with more than 50.

• And readers still have the chance to win a new Honda Civic Tourer for a year.

Collect the tokens in each edition of the JEP from Saturday 1 March to Friday 14 March and stick them onto the entry form published on Saturday 1 March to be in with a chance of winning.

Back copies are available at the JEP offices at Five Oaks.

The JEP is on sale at noon

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