Jersey's hospitality industry is said to be struggling to recruit local staff, with a senior politician saying 'cultural change' is needed.Read the full story ›
Jersey companies face a charge of £50 per year to employ migrant workers. What do you make of the changes?Read the full story ›
The new independent Shadow Chair for Data Protection for the islands won’t be recruited from either Guernsey or Jersey.Read the full story ›
Only four companies in Jersey have signed up to become living wage employers, after a year long campaign to rise wages.Read the full story ›
Ten businesses in the Bailiwick of Guernsey have been given one star hygiene ratings, according to Environmental Health.Read the full story ›
Businesses in Jersey will not be charged to dispose of their liquid waste until January 2019, after the States announced a delay earlier.Read the full story ›
Taxi drivers brought St Helier traffic to a standstill this morning, as they staged a protest against proposed changes to their fares.Read the full story ›
A controversial tax on liquid waste for businesses in Jersey is due to be debated in the States later.Read the full story ›
Politicians overseeing the government's proposed liquid waste charge are recommending it be delayed.Read the full story ›
A Channel Island pub chain has stopped offering plastic drinking straws, in a bid to be better to the environment.
The Liberation Group, which runs more than 100 pubs in Jersey, Guernsey and the West Country, is introducing biodegradable paper straws instead.
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