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Royal visit.

THE Princess Royal is in Jersey for a two-day visit. Princess Anne has been a regular visitor over the years, thanks largely to the fact that she is the patron of the Durrell Wildlife Park. She has...
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New budget flights.

A new low-cost air link, between Jersey and Leeds-Bradford airport has been announced. Jet2.com will operate a direct service from May 2008 using 737s with a flight on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturd...
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New tax protest.

Over 1,000 people packed St Helier
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Latin Mass returns to Jersey.

The traditional Latin Mass is being celebrated regularly once again in a Jersey Roman Catholic church. This traditional (
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Jersey salaries increase.

Average annual earnings in Jersey for full-time workers topped the
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Jersey Radisson to open.

THE most expensive single hotel in Jersey
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France to Jersey on a surfboard.

Two young islanders became the first people ever to paddle a surfboard from France to Jersey on Saturday 25 August. 20-year-old Fabian Baker and his 19-year-old university friend, Ben Smith, took up...
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St Helier park still on hold.

Jersey's so-called Millennium Town Park has been deferred once again. The inspiration of Jersey politician Senator Stuart Syvret, it was first proposed in the early 1990s, and was supported by around...
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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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President of Ireland to visit Jersey.

The president of Ireland, Mary McAleese, is to visit Jersey over 14-15 September. Mrs McAleese, who has been Ireland
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HD Ferries back in service.

HD Ferries, the troubled ferry service between Jersey and the French port of St Malo, will resume operations on 25 August, just in time for the bank holiday weekend in the Channel Islands. Its ramp...
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More trouble for HD Ferries.

The troubled ferry company, HD Ferries, which takes passengers and their cars between the Channel Islands and St Malo in France, has now been confined to port again, after their ramp licence at St He...
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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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No UK meat imports for Jersey.

A block on meat exported from the United Kingdom into Jersey is the result of European Union
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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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HD Ferries back in service.

Jersey harbour authorities have now given HD Ferries the go-ahead to restart its service between the island and the French port of St Malo. The sailings of the company's vessels were suspended for a...
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HD Ferries suspended.

All sailings of the accident-prone ferry company, HD Ferries, have been suspended until further notice after the second collision in Jersey
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Too much public spending.

Each Jersey resident is paying 14 per cent too much income tax because States departments are spending too much money, according to the States of Jersey public accounts committee. Committee chair dep...
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Sale of CI Traders approved.

The sale of the Channel Island
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Dormant millions.

Millions of pounds sterling lying in unused bank accounts could be used to fund charities, sports clubs, and youth groups in Jersey. A law is likely to be presented to the island
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