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Jersey development: St Helier waterfront plans.

Dramatic plans for a city-style 15-block financial district that would raise
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Jersey social services: Gay adoption for Jersey.

Two gay men have become the first same-sex couple in Jersey to be approved to adopt children. Fostering and Adoption Jersey, which recruits, assesses and supports carers, said that the couple had gre...
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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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Sales tax creeps closer

A slim majority of Jersey
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Maderian mayor to visit Jersey.

The mayor of the Madeiran capital, Funchal, is to visit Jersey in 26-27 November as plans for a twinning with St Helier gather pace. The idea of twinning the capitals of the islands has the support o...
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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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Jersey agriculture: Little white bull.

A rare pure white Jersey bull calf has been born in the Jersey parish of St John. Called Cotton Wool, the calf is so rare that one of the world
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Radisson opened.

The new 195-bed
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Mansell fencing causes upsets.

Ex Formula 1 champion Nigel Mansell has been told to stop work on his new 8ft-high metal security fence surrounding his home in the Jersey parish of St Brelade. The millionaire Jersey resident has br...
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Inflation down.

The rate of inflation has fallen. Recently issued figures show that strong economic growth no longer means high inflation, according to Chief Minister Frank Walker. Prices rose in the 12 months to th...
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Greyhound for Madame Tussaud's.

A superstar of a dog with Jersey connections has claimed a world first by taking its place at Madame Tussaud
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Jersey-Heathrow link threatened.

The Jersey to Heathrow air-link would be under serious threat if proposals to increase passenger charges were approved, airline BMI has warned. BMI, which flies the Jersey to Heathrow route, has rea...
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Local biofuel goes on sale.

Diesel fuel made in the island from old chip oil is now on sale. It is being produced by Channel Island Biodiesel Products Ltd, in St Mary, and will cost around 70p per litre. The company collects w...
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Employment figures high.

The number of people working in Jersey is the highest for nearly a decade. The total of employed people in Jersey now stands at 55,000, a rise of 1,200 in the 12 months to last June. The finance se...
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HDF Ferries closes for winter.

HDF Ferries is to pull out of the Jersey to St Malo route next month. Although the troubled car ferry company
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Jersey farm wins cheese prize.

A Jersey dairy farm, which has been making its own cheese for less than two years, has won a silver medal at this year
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Grouville gets best town award.

The Jersey parish of Grouville has been named the best
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New bus station opens.

Jersey has a new million-pound state-of the-art bus station. Liberation Station in the Esplanade, St Helier, has been officially opened by the governor of the island, Lieutenant-General Andrew Ridgwa...
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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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Increasing overseas aid.

Environmental taxes could pay for a
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A field of cabbages.

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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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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Jersey prices steadier.

Jersey is an expensive place to live, and prices are still much higher than in the UK, according to official figures. But according to a report published this week by the States of Jersey Statistics...
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