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Jersey Chamber of Commerce calls for change to labour laws

Restrictive employment laws that make it difficult for businesses to take on staff should be scrapped, according to the Jersey Chamber of Commerce. Chamber president Ray Shead said the body wanted...
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Jersey's White House turns green

The National Trust for Jersey is facing a fierce backlash after islanders saw red after its decision to paint the island
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Former Baliff defends the role as president of Jersey's parliament

The former Bailiff of Jersey, Sir Philip Bailhache, has made an impassioned defence of the Bailiff
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Role of Bailiff in Jersey parliament needs reform

The Bailiff should no longer preside over the island
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Jersey passes tough budget

General sales tax in Jersey will rise to 5 per cent, higher earners will pay more social security and duty on alcohol, fuel and tobacco will increase after the States approved one of the toughest budg...
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Health services in Jersey Channel Islands set for review

Consultants from the UK have launched a major review into the Jersey
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O3b Networks uses Jersey, Channel Islands as base

A Jersey company intends to launch satellites into space that will allow three billion people in the developing world to access high-speed internet connections. O3b Networks is backed by on-line g...
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Jersey, Channel Islands, approves new intellectual property law

Jersey took a step towards creating a new intellectual property industry at the beginning of December when the island
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Record unemployment figures in Jersey Channel Islands

Record numbers of residents in Jersey are now registered as unemployed, with 60 more people out of work at the end of October than a month before. Figures released recently reveal that there were 1...
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Protests against Jersey’s 2011 budget proposals

Manual workers, business leaders and pensioners have launched campaigns to fight proposed tax rises in Jersey. The opposition movements against increases to the sales tax, GST, and social security pay...
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Jersey loses air traffic

The volcanic ash disruption earlier this year cost Jersey an estimated 25,000 air passengers. It is estimated that the natural disaster will result in a passenger decline of around 1.5 per cent for th...
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Jersey compiling new list of war dead

A new Roll of Honour is being created to recognise the ultimate sacrifice of more than 500 Jerseymen missed off the original list of Great War dead. In 1919, the names of 862 servicemen who died be...
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Save St Aubin’s Jersey, Channel Islands

Almost 3,000 people have signed a protest against a planned development in St Aubin
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Save our Jersey coastline

We all care about threats to the environment, but how many of us do anything about it? How many write to the newspapers, lobby their local politicians, lie down in front of the bulldozers? Most of us...
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Hospital waiting lists long in Jersey, Channel Islands

Waiting lists for hospital treatment in Jersey are significantly higher than in the UK, with some patients waiting up to a year before an operation. Figures released at the end of October show that...
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Public sector redundancies in Jersey, Channel Islands

Seventy-three voluntary redundancy applications have been approved in the first round of the States voluntary redundancy scheme for civil servants. The staff, including 30 senior managers, will lea...
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Faster broadband in Jersey, Channel Islands

Faster broadband in Jersey, Channel Islands Jersey Telecoms is to invest
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Grand Hotel in Jersey Channel Islands raises money for Durrell

Guests at the Grand Hotel in Jersey are helping to raise money for Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust. The five-star hotel is asking clients if they will add
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Channel Islands switching to digital television

On 17 November Jersey, Guernsey and the other Channel Islands switch to digital television. Those who only have analogue sets are being advised either to get a digital converter for their old sets, to...
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Private school funding hit in Jersey, Channel Islands

Parents educating their children in private schools in Jersey, Channel Islands, are facing a large rise in school fees after the announcement of plans to slash subsidies to private schools. In the...
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New stamps celebrate Jersey’s archaeological history

A new set of Jersey stamps has been issued to commemorate the 100th anniversary of excavations at the important archeological site at La Cotte near St Brelade
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Jersey, Channel Islands, hopes to renegotiate UK health agreement

The reciprocal health agreement between Jersey and the UK could be back in place by early next year. The island
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Unemployment on the rise in Jersey, Channel Islands

Unemployment in Jersey has increased to the record levels seen during the depths of the recession, worrying new figures have revealed. The number of people out of work has increased for the fourth...
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Population trends in Jersey, Channel Islands

In the mid 19th century Jersey
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Bread prices go up 10 per cent in Jersey

The price of bread is going up by 10 per cent in Jersey on 5 October. The main wholesale bakery on the island says that this is because of the increase in the price of both wheat and fuel worldwide an...


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