- WATCH: Our reporter, Daniel Skipp, has this report on the Channel Islands' response to the London terror attack
- READ MORE: Chief Ministers pay respects after Westminster attack
- READ MORE: Flags flown at half-mast in sympathy of attack victims
- READ MORE: Westminster terror attack: How events unfolded
- READ MORE: More officers at island gateways
Cloudy with occasional rain, perhaps persistent and heavy for a time this evening with a risk of thunder. Becoming fair around midnight.Read the full story ›
Now in its third year the Channel Islands Heritage Festival showcases the history of all five of the islands.
Event organisers hope it can help attract more visitors to the Bailiwicks in the so-called shoulder months.
It gets underway next month, as Rob Moore reports...
Pictures of clouds taken in Jersey have been published in the International Cloud Atlas.Read the full story ›
Cloudy with occasional light rain, persistent at times. Perhaps some heavy bursts with the risk of thunder. Becoming fair around midnight.Read the full story ›
Rob McBey and James Carolyn are among six new call-ups named by Jersey manager Martin Cassidy for Saturday’s Muratti semi-final in Alderney.Read the full story ›
Guernsey Law Enforcement is appealing for any islanders, who may have information that could help investigate yesterday's terror attack in London, to contact 0800 789 321.
Additionally, any members of the public who may have images or footage of the incident are asked to submit them here.
Islanders are urged to contact law enforcement on 01481 725111 should they see any suspicious activity.
There will be more uniformed officers at Channel Island gateways, following yesterday's terror attack in London.Read the full story ›
A report is urging the UK Gov. to ensure the islands are considered in Brexit negotiations, which are set to have 'a significant impact.'Read the full story ›
Flags are being flown at half-mast in the Channel Islands, in sympathy of those involved in yesterday's terror attack in London.
The Bailiffs of both Jersey and Guernsey have ordered flags on States and public buildings be flown at half-mast until sunset.
Other islanders are encouraged to follow suit, if they wish.