Jersey people who lost money in property in the United States are hoping island politicians will bail them out.
About 80 people will be given the chance to tour what is believed to be the world's largest Celtic coin hoard, Jersey Heritage confirms.
More people in Jersey can qualify for a scheme to save energy in their homes, free of charge, according to the environment minister.
Crime levels among Jersey's young people remain very low, according to new figures released by the Home Affairs Minister
The number of people looking for work in Jersey fell by about 30 in June according to the States of Jersey.
Entertainment retailer HMV is to close its Jersey store with 13 people losing their jobs.
More than three quarters of people who responded to a consultation are in favour of changes to the future of Jersey sport.
People moving to Jersey, buying or leasing a home or changing jobs now need a registration card.
Well I will give Credit when Credit's due, I thought Mr Price did a fare & balanced Interview. Have a listen & see what you think.
One thing is for sure The Church is not looking good in this sorry affair. Senator Bailhache's great plan of leaving the UK is looking shaky if his going to rely on the Church to back him.
We have 12 Parish Churches & say there is 100 people that go to each church & that is a over estimate, that only gives him 1,200 people out of a Island of 105,000. So its not looking good , Thank God.
People in Jersey are being encouraged to take pride in their Island by keeping it litter free