The average household income in Guernsey before tax was more than £70,000 in 2015.Read the full story ›
Islanders in Guernsey have raised £6,500 for charity, by running every day for thirty minutes.Read the full story ›
The total for this year's Channel Islands Christmas Lottery has risen to £530,000Read the full story ›
Workshops are being held this Sunday and Monday at the Radisson to help inform people on the future development of St Helier's Waterfront.Read the full story ›
Councils and emergency services warn that buying fireworks from car boot sales or private houses could pose a risk to life and property.Read the full story ›
The achievements of young people in Jersey have been recognised at the Youth Service's annual YOSCARS.Read the full story ›
A man who was left with severe head injuries after a high speed motor bike crash has been learning how to fly, thanks to a Jersey charity.Read the full story ›
Jersey's Consumer Council needs a new chair they say will champion shoppers rights.Read the full story ›
A new parking app will be rolled out to all public car parks in Jersey from Monday next week.
The PayByPhone app is already in use at Green Street, Pier Road, Les Jardins and Patriotic Street.
It allows people to pay for parking using their mobiles.
The service costs the same as pay cards and includes other features such as setting reminders, extending parking times and sending receipts.
Drivers will still be able to use pay cards and season tickets for parking.
A major refurb of Jersey Cheshire Home begins today. The two million pound project will see the site extended above the existing car park.Read the full story ›