Guernsey's emergency services control centre overspent by £159,000 last year, and is expected to do the same this year.Read the full story ›
More than 80% of those under 25 in Jersey are not saving for retirement, with most blaming low wages.Read the full story ›
Reform Jersey has pledged to fund all students to be able to go to university, by reducing tax for most and increasing tax for high earners.Read the full story ›
A UK MEP has been in Guernsey, discussing the island's financial sector as well as regulation, tax transparency and financial crime.Read the full story ›
Figures show a 42% increase in sea passengers, but a politician says they are still down from before the Condor Liberation being introduced.Read the full story ›
Visit Jersey has blamed a late Easter on a lower number of passengers arriving in the island this March.
The body in charge of tourism says the number of people arriving in the island last month, which includes Jersey residents as well as visitors, was 2.3% lower than March 2016.
But Visit Jersey says that can be attributed to the fact that Easter fell sooner last year - boosting visitor numbers for March.
Air passenger numbers for the first quarter of 2017 are down by nearly 4,500 on the same period last year, while the number of people who arrived by boat is up by nearly 1,000.
Guernsey's "stagnant" tourism industry, as well as unreliable travel links, could stop a derelict site being turned into a luxury hotel.Read the full story ›
The States of Guernsey have released a long term strategy to boost the islands digital economy.Read the full story ›
Jersey's Chief Minister supports Jersey and Alderney working together to create regular flights, to encourage tourists island-hopping.Read the full story ›
New unemployment figures from Jersey show those out of work at a six year low.Read the full story ›