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St Aubin saves it foreshore.

There will be no land reclamation at the south coastal village of St Aubin. It is a decision which should bring to an end decades of debate The historic village, which is situated at the western end...
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Keep Jersey green.

Green fields and farming land in Jersey must be saved from development, says a coalition of farmers, campaigners and local businesses. Five lobby groups and two businesses have issued a joint call to...
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Help for first-time house buyers.

First-time buyers could get a one-third discount on the price of a house under a shared equity scheme about to go before government ministers. The scheme could bring the cost of starter homes from
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Mansell continues with fencing.

EX-Formula 1 world champion Nigel Mansell faces the possibility of court action over his controversial security fence. Despite agreeing to halt work around his home, Beauport Battery in St Brelade b...
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Jersey wildlife: Protecting the puffins.

Bold action, including banning walkers, fishermen and boats from the vicinity of Pl
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Grouville gets best town award.

The Jersey parish of Grouville has been named the best
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Phone masts get set back.

Mobile phone masts will not be allowed on any land owned by the National Trust for Jersey. Chief executive officer Charles Alluto said that the trust had agreed a blanket ban on masts on its land to...
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Jersey trees: Elm disease.

Sixty per cent of Jersey
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Growing organic means less pollution.

Jersey could reduce its carbon footprint by five per cent by buying local organic food, according to a report by the Jersey Organic Association. The study claims that organic growing techniques produc...
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A photograph of a field of cabbages in the Jersey parish of St Lawrence has been short-listed for the finals of a British competition. The picture of a field of cabbages, entitled
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Anti sales tax protest.

Over 5,000 islanders have so far signed a petition against the introduction of a goods and services tax (GST)
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House prices still rising.

The average price of a three-bedroom house is almost 11 per cent higher than it was a year ago, and now stands at
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Jersey potato war hots up.

A major vegetable growing and wholesaling business from the United Kingdom has bought the buildings of a Jersey farm for
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Fingerprints for Jersey passports.

Islanders applying for a passport after 2009 will have their fingerprints included on a chip in their biometric passports. Jersey's immigration director John Noel says that within ten years, as peop...
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Jersey national gallery given boost.

Plans for an open square at the Weighbridge area in St Helier that could include Jersey
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Meat reserves sufficient.

Jersey butchers say they have plenty of meat reserves, and can find alternative supplies to ensure that the island is not affected by ban on imports of meat from the United Kingdom. The ban has come...
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Nationhood for Jersey?

Jersey has as great a claim to nationhood as Scotland, according to the Bailiff, Sir Philip Bailhache. Sir Philip, who is Jersey

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