The Independent Jersey Care Inquiry website has been temporarily suspended after concerns of a potential data protection breach.Read the full story ›
More than 1,000 members of the public took part in the consultation to decide the future of the former Haut de la Garenne children’s home.Read the full story ›
Children, families and people working in child protection met today to discuss how to shape the future of Jersey's Children's Services.Read the full story ›
The independent inspection is a result of the Independent Care Inquiry, which found that children in care weren't getting necessary support.Read the full story ›
A public consultation on the future of Haut de la Garenne will begin in February.Read the full story ›
The Government has completed, or started work on, 21 of the 43 actions arising from the recommendations of the Care Inquiry.Read the full story ›
Demolishing the building dubbed the 'House of Horrors' is one of the recommendations of the Jersey Care Inquiry findings.Read the full story ›
The future of an activity centre at former children's home Haut de la Garenne shouldn't be decided by the building's past.
That's according to the man who runs the centre, John Fox, who says he's dismayed at the suggestion the building be demolished.
Demolishing the building dubbed the 'House of Horrors' is one of the recommendations of the Jersey Care Inquiry findings.
Jersey's Chief Minister has previously said he will work with care survivors to see if that is something they welcome.
Expert advice from the UK will be used to appoint a Children's Commissioner for Jersey.Read the full story ›
States Members tell us how they feel about the vote of censure taking place in Jersey's States Chamber later against Deputy Andrew Lewis.Read the full story ›