A new campaign is being launched encouraging people to fight their phobias this July.Read the full story ›
Visit Jersey has launched a new social media campaign encouraging islanders to share a glimpse of island life.Read the full story ›
Remains of what is thought to be a nineteenth century ship have been found under the floorboards of a pub in Jersey.Read the full story ›
A brave young islander has been awarded for the care and support he gives to his mum who is paraplegic.Read the full story ›
'Fat Thursday' lands on the last Thursday prior to Ash Wednesday and marks the beginning of Lent.Read the full story ›
We've asked Channel Islanders who are away from home for Christmas to send their well wishes to their friends and family here at home.Read the full story ›
From eating Roast pork instead of turkey to celebrating Christmas Day on the 6th January.Read the full story ›
Six Aurigny pilots are growing their moustaches to support Movember.
Pilots Ben Thompson, George Santos, Dave Warren, Peter Dunbar, John McGill and Sam Benjamin have so far raised £545 to the charity which tackles men's health on a global scale.
Mr Thompson said it was a small gesture to support big health issues.
We are doing Movember to raise funds to tackle some of the biggest health issues faced by men, prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and poor mental health. It's good fun raising awareness and funds to try and help tackle these issues. It is a very small gesture to such a big cause and it's great to get involved.
The total for this year's Channel Islands Christmas Lottery has risen to £400,000.
The guaranteed first prize will continue to rise depending on the number of tickets that are sold.
Instant cash prizes, ranging from £2 to £5,000, are also available to islanders who find a Santa Claus in the scratch area.
Proceeds from the draw will go towards supporting local Channel Islands charities.
12 of the world's best bell ringers have travelled to Alderney for a world record attempt.Read the full story ›