Islanders will be able to look at plans to tackle waste in Guernsey over the next twenty years.Read the full story ›
The first Asian Hornet's nest in Sark has been found.Read the full story ›
Guernsey's Bus Terminus could do with updating according to the Co-ordinator of Bus Users Guernsey.Read the full story ›
Specialist equipment is needed to be brought into Jersey to recover a 62-foot luxury yacht which sank on Friday night.Read the full story ›
The Jersey waters where a 62 foot yacht sank on Friday night, have been declared safe and re-opened to commercial traffic.Read the full story ›
Recent months have seen lots of Portuguese Man O' War washed up on beaches and spotted at locations across the Channel Islands.Read the full story ›
Swimmers and dog owners are being warned large numbers of Portuguese Man O'War are being washed up on Guernsey's shores.Read the full story ›
Plans to extend the Longue Hogue waste management site and to deal with construction waste in the future have been revealed.Read the full story ›
Water is top of the agenda this morning at the 2017 Jersey Farming Conference.
Experts are over from the UK to share experiences on managing chemicals and protecting supplies.
The free event will also focus on sustainable farming and how the industry is embracing new technology.
The amount of nitrates, phosphates and pesticides in the water system in Jersey is an issue the island's Environment Department is trying to tackle.
Pressure has been put on farmers in recent years to reduce the amount of fertilisers and pesticides they use.
Jersey's annual Farming Conference gets underway this morning.Read the full story ›