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Frustration as The Kooks cancel at Electric Park

18th August 2019 | 0

This post was originally published on this site People in Jersey were left frustrated last night as indie rock band The Kooks pulled out of their gig at Electric Park. Singer Luke Pritchard was said to have extreme back pain and could not go ahead and perform. The gig which was held a Howard David […]

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Number of islanders looking to adopt or foster doubles

18th August 2019 | 0

This post was originally published on this site The number of people looking to foster or adopt children in Jersey has doubled this year. Figures show that 16 islanders contacted Fostering and Adoption Jersey after a campaign by the government to encourage people to consider the role. Ten people have shown an interest in fostering […]

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Rubble Dumped In Car Park

18th August 2019 | 0

This post was originally published on this siteAn investigation has been opened into rubble dumped at a rural Trinity car park. It was left at Jardin D’Olivet sometime before 2:30pm last Saturday (11th August). The government wants anyone who saw cars in the area carrying similiar waste to call Environmental Protection. Two men were sentenced […]

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Anger After Kooks Cancellation

18th August 2019 | 0

This post was originally published on this site Hundreds of Jersey festival-goers were left disappointed last night after The Kooks were unable to perform at Electric Park. A statement from the band on the Electric Park facebook page, posted just minutes before they were due on stage, said it was because frontman Luke Pritchard was in […]

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Mainly cloudy with outbreaks of rain in the evening

17th August 2019 | 0

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Dementia ward painted with landmarks to help patients struggling with memory loss

17th August 2019 | 0

This post was originally published on this site The dementia ward at Guernsey’s Princess Elizabeth Hospital has been painted with landmarks and landscapes from the island to help evoke patient’s memories. The Roustel Ward has been transformed through the artwork of James Colmer with the aim of helping patients try and remember the locations and […]

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Creasey's announce plans to redevelop High Street premises

17th August 2019 | 0

This post was originally published on this site One of Guernsey’s main clothing retailers could undergo a multi-million pound redevelopment project which will see it expand into the building next to its flagship store. Creasey’s want to take over 13 High Street in St Peter Port which had previously been occupied by HSBC. There are […]

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Jersey Study To Shape Behavioural Support Services?

17th August 2019 | 0

This post was originally published on this site A four-year Jersey study on positive behaviour could impact the UK’s approach to supporting people with autism and learning disabilities. 90 islanders took part in Dr Darren Bowring’s study, with the results showing that his team improved the behaviour of 72% of people who took part. The […]

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Islanders being asked to complete fire safety survey

17th August 2019 | 0

This post was originally published on this site Jersey’s Fire and Rescue Service are asking people to complete a fire safety survey to help them keep islanders safe . They say the results from the questionnaire will help them assess levels of risk and how to protect people in the future. Included are questions on […]

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Bunker Repairs 'Not Government's Responsibility'

17th August 2019 | 0

This post was originally published on this site Jersey’s Government says it’ll try to help clean graffiti from the island’s Second World War bunkers, although it’s not responsible for their maintenance. It’s after three historical fortifications were vandalised with swastikas and other nazi images in the last few days. It lead to Tony Pike, the […]

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