The introduction of same-sex marriage in Jersey has taken a major step forward after a public consultation showed nearly two thirds support it. Around 1,000 people took part in the consultation which closed today.
S Club 7 are to reunite in full for the first time in over a decade.
The group - whose hits include Reach For The Stars and Don't Stop Movin' - will perform a medley of their hits for the BBC's Children In Need Appeal on November 14.
The group split in 2003 after Paul Cattermole left.
Although some members have previously reunited for small-scale shows together, the performance will be the first time the group have performed together in 11 years. S Club 7 had four number one singles and sold 10 million albums.
Jon Lee from the group is in Jersey this week performing Copacabana at the Jersey Opera House and he took some time out to come and speak to ITV Channel TV.
England's netball players lost their second match to Australia in the space of four days in the Tri-Series after they were beaten 54-47 in Canberra.
They did at least close the margin of defeat against the hosts, who beat them 55-37, in Victoria, on Sunday.
England stayed in touch for the first three quarters, but the match slipped away from them in the final quarter.
Next up for the Caesarean and her team mates are two matches against New Zealand on Tuesday and Friday of next week.
The introduction of same-sex marriage in Jersey has taken a major step forward after a public consultation showed nearly two thirds support it.
Around 1,000 people took part in the consultation which closed today.
While the final responses are still being assessed, the initial count shows 60% back equal marriage for gay couples.
Guernsey is now preparing to start its own consultation next month.
It will look at a range of possible changes, including scrapping marriage altogether, so all couples can only get what is called a 'union civile'.
That would replace traditional marriage so that everyone is on a level playing field.
Some of that concern comes from religious groups.
Campaign groups say same sex couples are being treated as second class citizens.
Islanders in Guernsey will be asked their views from next month. In Jersey, the consultation responses will now be looked at and the full findings reported by the Chief Minister in the States at the end of November or early December. In Guernsey, the public consultation will begin in November.
The inquest into the death of Ryan MacMinn opened in Jersey today.
The 26-year-old was killed in a car crash in Australia earlier this month after his vehicle veered off the road and overturned in a rural area of the Northern Territory.
Friends and family raised thousands of pounds to fly his body back to Jersey.
British police have arrived in Thailand to help with the investigation into the murders of Jerseyman David Miller and fellow tourist Hannah Witheridge.
A senior officer and crime scene specialist from the Metropolitan force are assisting the Thai Police.
The UK Prime Minister David Cameron has spoken to the Prime Minister of Thailand about the issue of the murders.
Zaw Lin and Win Zaw Tun, both 21, are accused of killing the British tourists in Koh Tao last month. The charges have drawn widespread criticism on social media that the two are being made scapegoats.
Today the fathers of two Burmese workers suspected of the killings appealed for a fair inquiry. Win Zaw Tun's father told media in Bangkok that he believed his son is innocent.
A Jersey charity that has supported separated families in the island for 17 years is offering islanders to come and get support at their next meeting.
The Jersey Centre for Separated Families supports couples and their children.
The service also runs Milli's Contact Centre which currently helps 39 children keep in contact with a parent. Most of those children are under 8-years-old. At full staffing levels, the service has 18 people working with those families.
Get in touch: Telephone: 07797-798192 or you can leave a message on 0800-735-1012
The meeting is on tomorrow (23rd) between 12.30pm and 2pm at St Paul’s Centre.
The Bailiff of Jersey believes the planned dinner to celebrate politicians who are standing down should go ahead. Sir Michael Birt says he doesn't expect States Members to pay.
The event is staged at the end of each three-year political term, but concerns have been raised about the taxpayer footing the bill during tougher economic times.
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