If there are no discrimination laws by the end of this States term, my Committee will have 'failed', according to Deputy Michelle Le Clerc.Read the full story ›
Jersey's Chamber of Commerce and Jersey's Retail Association say they cannot support the proposed 20% retail tax in the 2018 BudgetRead the full story ›
Guernsey's Disability and Inclusion Strategy remains at Rag Red level, four years after it was approved by the States of Guernsey.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 ›
Chief Minister Gavin St Pier will join Senator Ian Gorst in Brussels tomorrow to remind EU of the islands' commitment to tax transparencyRead the full story ›
Online companies could be stopped from charging islanders in Jersey VAT, if new plans go ahead.Read the full story ›
Overseas Aid could become voluntary in Guernsey, if a move by two politicians gets support at the end of the month.
Currently the £2,960,000 Overseas Aid Commission budget comes from general taxation.
Deputy Lester Queripel is asking for a review into whether the budget for the Overseas Aid Commission should come from voluntary donations.
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Funding for Guernsey's Music Service is under review according to the Vice-President of Guernsey's Education, Sport & Culture Committee.Read the full story ›
Overseas Aid could become voluntary in Guernsey, if a move by two politicians gets support at the end of the month.Read the full story ›
Senator Philip Ozouf wants to reduce the allowance from 200 to 40, saying the extra duty spent on-island will raise cash for the Treasury.Read the full story ›