In Wednesday’s newspaper

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• A fantasy film due to be shot in Jersey has hit a major stumbling block after a multi-million-pound investor pulled out

• Environment Minister Rob Duhamel has come up with a novel way of stopping the spread of Japanese knotweed

• Health Minister Anne Pryke could be forced to appear before the Bailiff if she does not submit crucial documents to a major investigation into abuse at Jersey’s care homes

• Nine people have been investigated by the police over allegations of cyber-bullying since the end of January, the Home Affairs Minister has confirmed

• Jersey has taken steps to greatly increase the transparency of its financial reporting in two moves made by the States against tax evasion

• A young Jersey woman is to play the lead female role in a new London musical

• Les Quennevais students and staff produced a magnificent portrayal of The Railway Children at the Opera House last night – we have a review and pictures

• Jersey Rugby Club have confirmed a new signing for next season

• Today’s paper also includes an Investments Review Supplement as well as eight pages of property advertising, three pages of jobs and five pages of motoring


• Jersey Race Club: Two for one tickets

• Travelmaker: Guess the goals game

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