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This post was originally published on this siteThe Guernsey to Heathrow service has been in operation for just over a month and has carried 2,837 passengers. This is a 5% increase in people flying to the airport. In comparison to April 2018, figures suggest there is a 10% increase in passenger movements for all London […]
This post was originally published on this site Science shows even one short stroll a day can help to clear our minds and benefit our bodies. In the latest of our Spring into Action series Annie Knowlson has been finding out the different ways walking can help islanders to get out and about and appreciate […]
This post was originally published on this site M&S Simply Food will be one of three businesses moving in to the former St Martin’s school this autumn. Jersey Village Vets and Mercury Distribution will also take up space in the new parish community facility, that will be known as ‘La Vielle Ecole’. The States Assembly […]
This post was originally published on this site The States Employment Board has lodged another appeal in its row with Jersey firefighters over pensions – despite already losing three times. It argues there are ‘errors of law’ that a Court of Appeal should consider. The argument started in 2016 when the Fire and Rescue Association […]
This post was originally published on this site The Jersey property investment and development company, Le Masurier, has submitted a £70 million planning application for the Bath Street redevelopment. It will cover two acres of central St Helier and include a new 122-bedroom Premier Inn, 145 residential apartments, car parking, shops, bars and restaurants. There […]
This post was originally published on this site Jersey’s newest States Member is calling for fewer restrictions on people trying to get on the property ladder. St Helier Deputy Inna Gardiner wants to end the current system where people with links to a parish get priority for first-time buyer homes there. She says all families who […]
This post was originally published on this site The States of Alderney has elected a new Vice President. James Dent, the current Chairman of the Policy and Finance Committee, beat Steve Roberts to the post by two votes. He will also stand in as President until a new one is appointed next month, after Stuart […]
This post was originally published on this site School children in Jersey could benefit from free bus journeys. That is if a proposition, put forward by Deputy Rob Ward, is accepted in the States. The plans could come into effect as soon as September, and would then be opened up to everyone in the island […]
This post was originally published on this site The recycling centre at La Collette in Jersey will extend its opening hours following feedback from islanders. Research showed the majority of people using the Household and Green Waste Recycling Centre primarily used the facilities during the weekend and that longer Sunday opening, along with a later […]
This post was originally published on this site Work has started on the next Island Plan which will decide what and where to build in Jersey over the next ten years. The plan sets the parameters for any new development and is designed to protect the natural environment. The current Island Plan stops building on […]