Seven rare rams have arrived in Jersey from the UK to help protect the island’s biodiversity.Read the full story ›
Growing in Guernsey could see a resurgence post-Brexit, according to one islander.Read the full story ›
A Guernsey photographer has won a national competition with a spectacular photo taken in the island.
Anthony Loaring won the Bird Photograph of the Year competition with an image of a Common Kestrel attempting to snatch a vole from a Barn Owl.
It was the first choice of all six judges.
A new app has been released for islanders to report infrastructure problems in Jersey, such as potholes and fly-tipping.Read the full story ›
Sark is taking part in the Floral Guernsey Community Competition for the first time in ten years today.
Judges are visiting the island to see what keen local gardeners have to offer.
Five parishes are judged in total: St Andrews, Forest, St Saviours, Herm and Sark.
The winner of the competition will go on to compete in the RHS's Britain in Bloom campaign.
Sark's entry has been headed by a new volunteer group, Sark Community Blooms.
Jersey’s Environment Department is meeting farmers this week to discuss pesticide use, after Oxadixyl, Metribuzin and Linuron were detectedRead the full story ›
It is hoped that the profile of a National Park can be used as a selling point to help boost Jersey’s tourism industry.Read the full story ›
A video, showing the injuries a sheep suffered in a dog attack, has been shared more than a hundred times on social media.Read the full story ›
Deputy Eddie Noel wants to spend £500,000 on a 'combine harvester' type machine to help keep lettuce off the sand.Read the full story ›