Guernsey States spent nearly £1 million last year on external consultants and commissioning reports, ITV News has learned.Read the full story ›
Islanders are being urged to be extra vigilant following a series of targeted attempts to defraud Jersey companies and their clients.Read the full story ›
People using taxi cabs in Jersey can see how the cost of their journey is calculated under new rules from the States.Read the full story ›
Jersey's first ever Sports Lottery launches today.
It aims to raise funds for local sporting clubs and organisations which struggle to meet the costs of travel and accommodation when competing outside of the island.
Organisers say sport in the island "needs funding to stay vibrant and maintain competitive standards".
Lottery tickets cost £150 each, with a top prize of £250,000 and further cash prizes worth a total of £50,000 to be won.
Five thousand tickets will go on sale today, with the draw taking place on May 18th.
Tickets can be purchased from Jersey Rugby Club and Jersey Pearl outlets in St Helier, St Ouen, Gorey and Jersey Airport; also directly from participating sports.
There are calls to make fruit and vegetables cheaper in Jersey by removing the Goods & Services Tax, which is currently 5%.Read the full story ›
A public consultation on minimum wage in Guernsey closes later today. The island's lowest paid currently get £7.20 an hour.Read the full story ›
The letters sent to Senators Alan Maclean and Lyndon Farnham following the Innovation Fund fallout have been published publicly.Read the full story ›
Jersey's Chief Minister has agreed to allocate an extra £1.8 million to support vulnerable children in the island for the next three years.Read the full story ›
Jersey's former Assistant Chief Minister spent £11,000 on personal expenses using his States credit card, it has been revealed today.Read the full story ›
Attempts to further increase income tax in Guernsey have failed in the States.Read the full story ›