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Jersey stillbirth charity marks 10th anniversary

8th June 2018 | Comments Off on Jersey stillbirth charity marks 10th anniversary

This post was originally published on this site A Jersey charity which helps those who have lost a baby has supported 250 families across the Channel Islands in the last ten years. Philips Footprints was set up by Jo and Paul Nash in 2008 following the stillbirth of their son, Philip. The idea behind the […]

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Mist and fog patches gradually lifting later this morning with sunny periods developing

8th June 2018 | Comments Off on Mist and fog patches gradually lifting later this morning with sunny periods developing

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Jersey Hospice Get £6.6 Million Donated Via A Will

7th June 2018 | Comments Off on Jersey Hospice Get £6.6 Million Donated Via A Will

An anonymous benefactor has left a donation of £6.6 million to Jersey Hospice Care. The Donation came from an equal share of a will which was divided among three other charities. The £6.6 Million is enough to fund the charity for over a year and will be put towards extending their site to offer more […]

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Deputy Jan Kuttelwascher cautioned over assisted dying comments

7th June 2018 | Comments Off on Deputy Jan Kuttelwascher cautioned over assisted dying comments

This post was originally published on this site A Guernsey Deputy has been cautioned after comments he made to assisted dying campaigners last month. Deputy Jan Kuttelwascher sparked outrage outside the Royal Court House on May 17, where he and his colleagues debated plans for assisted dying in the island. Deputy Kuttelwascher apologised for his […]

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Guernsey's crematorium will “never be accessible”, says campaigner

7th June 2018 | Comments Off on Guernsey's crematorium will “never be accessible”, says campaigner

This post was originally published on this site A disability campaigner in Guernsey has told ITV News the island’s crematorium will “never be accessible” to the elderly and people with mobility issues. Two new cremators will be built on the Foulon site in Guernsey following a debate in the States today. Aindre Reece Sheerin says […]

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Jersey Blood Donor Centre could be closed until October

7th June 2018 | Comments Off on Jersey Blood Donor Centre could be closed until October

This post was originally published on this site Jersey’s blood donor service may not be back up and running until October. It was temporarily closed at the beginning of the year as the clinic did not meet EU standards. After some initial delays the centre was set to reopen by July, when it was hoped […]

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Cloudy and misty with fog patches

7th June 2018 | Comments Off on Cloudy and misty with fog patches

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The States of Jersey to elect new Council of Ministers

7th June 2018 | Comments Off on The States of Jersey to elect new Council of Ministers

This post was originally published on this site The States of Jersey is electing its new Council of Ministers today. Yesterday Chief Minister designate Senator John Le Fondre named his preferred choices. His choice for External Relations was uncontested, so Jersey’s former Chief Minister Senator Ian Gorst will take up the role.

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8 islanders to run across all 5 Channel Islands in 48 hours for mental health charity

7th June 2018 | Comments Off on 8 islanders to run across all 5 Channel Islands in 48 hours for mental health charity

This post was originally published on this site 8 runners from Jersey are tackling 108 miles across all 5 of the Channel Islands to raise money for Mind Jersey. The ‘5 Rocks Ultra’ challenge will begin this morning, and will be completed all in the space of a 48 hour window. The all-male team say […]

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Jerseyman seeks justice over planning application for his St Mary farmhouse

7th June 2018 | Comments Off on Jerseyman seeks justice over planning application for his St Mary farmhouse

This post was originally published on this site A Jerseyman’s seeking justice today as a public hearing reviews the way his planning application for his farmhouse in St Mary was handled. Ivor Barette was fined £50,000 in 2016, after making changes to the historic building without planning permission. After receiving approval to build a replacement […]

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