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A 35-year-old man has pleaded guilty to running a brothel in Jersey.
Catalin Mihail Avram from Romania ran it from 18 Panama Apartments on Green Street in St Helier.
He has been ordered to leave the island and pay back the proceeds of prostitution.
A new 90 bedroom Premier Inn is part of today's approved plans for the redevelopment of the Co-Op's Charing Cross site.
Keith Beecham, who only yesterday was announced as the new CEO of Visit Jersey, told ITV News it sent out a strong message about the island.
The National Trust for Jersey describe today's approved Co-Op Charing Cross plans as a compromise and a pragmatic outcome.
Under the proposals, the National Trust could be gifted some of the historic buildings which now won't be demolished, but that would leave them with a costly bill to renovate them.
Gary Burgess reports.
A letter has been sent to Guernsey's Education Department by the local branch of the NASUWT union, about their concerns regarding plans to rebuild the La Mare de Carteret school being delayed.
The man leading the project to redevelop the Co-op's Charing Cross site in Jersey is welcoming the decision by planners to give it the green light.
The planning panel today voted 5-1 in favour of the move.
The father of murdered Guernsey woman Sarah Groves says he is infuriated at the way the trial of the man accused of murdering his daughter is going.
Today was the 36th time the court had met and out of four witnesses due to give evidence, one showed up.
Vic Groves is now concerned that certain witnesses will never turn up.
Sarah was killed on a houseboat in Kashmir back in April last year.
Dutchman Richard De Wit denies murder. The trial continues on 3rd of January.