PREPARATIONS for industrial action will continue unless the States agree to discuss the public sector pay dispute, Jersey’s biggest teaching union has warned.
ISLANDERS have been warned they are risking prosecution by posting comments on a Facebook page set up to ‘name and shame’ paedophiles.
POLICE officers were out in force on Friday talking to Islanders about crime prevention as part of a push to engage with the community.
MO MacDonald is a doubly proud mum this week. Not only has she got a beautiful new baby girl, but she has her husband, Greig, to thank for their daughter’s safe delivery.
JERSEY needs a multi-sports stadium in order to host national competitions and large sporting events, one of the Island’s most senior athletics coaches has said.
AN inquest into the death of an 86-year-old pensioner at Victoria Cottage Homes was opened yesterday.
DAWN raids were carried out on properties across the Island today as police targeted suspected drug users and dealers.
PLANS for postmen to provide basic support to elderly or vulnerable Islanders are ‘fraught with danger’, the chairman of Age Concern has warned.
TEACHERS have moved a step closer towards striking after Jersey’s largest teaching union voted in favour of action over the long-running public sector pay dispute.