The latest sighting was reported by a resident earlier this week and has since been confirmed by experts.Read the full story ›
The States of Guernsey are asking islanders to be watchful after a possible Asian Hornet was spotted in Sark.Read the full story ›
Guernsey Police were called to round up two escaped horses last night, one of which was dressed as a zebra.Read the full story ›
The Andean bears at Jersey Zoo have been staying cool by the pool this afternoon.
Watch these four-legged companions taking a dip in the water.
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Advice has been issued by the States following jellyfish sightings on the island's west coast.Read the full story ›
Pet owners are being warned to take "great care" after concerns of a fatal disease affecting rabbits in Guernsey.Read the full story ›
Guernsey Police are appealing for information after six chickens were reported missing.
The force says that someone entered a secure plot inside a greenhouse at Merton Vinery, St Andrew, between Friday 21st April and 24th April 2017.
Three of the six chickens were the distinctive Silkie breed, which have longer feathers.
Guernsey Police ask anyone who can provide further information to contact PC LE PAGE on 01481 725111.
Swimmers are being warned to be aware that jellyfish are in waters along Jersey's north coast.
The Environment Department say there is a possibility people could get stung, and they should remain alert.
Parents are told to keep an eye out for children who are not confident swimmers and may be alarmed if they are stung while swimming.
If anyone sees a jellyfish on the shore they shouldn't touch it, as dead jellyfish can still sting.
Guernsey's animal shelter are "devastated" that a young seal pup rescued from Jersey on Sunday has died.Read the full story ›
A seal pup was rescued in Jersey by a team of divers on Sunday, hours after they released another grey seal into the wild.Read the full story ›