The strike was set to happen on 26th February but this has been put on hold due to a new pay offer from the States.Read the full story ›
Jersey's tax laws, much of those dating back to 1961, are "no longer fit for purpose" according to the Corporate Services Scrutiny Panel.Read the full story ›
An independent review has decided it is fair for Jersey Electricity to force standby charges onto businesses that generate their own power.Read the full story ›
Romance fraud is creating a fake identity to enter into a relationship to steal funds or personal information.Read the full story ›
Members of the Unite and Prospect Union are meeting with Jersey's States Employment Board to try and resolve the ongoing pay dispute.Read the full story ›
Jersey politicians have scrapped Gloucester Street as their favoured site for the island's future hospital.
They voted 39-7 in favour of Deputy Russell Labey's proposition to rescind a build replacing the existing one at Gloucester Street.
Work now begins on drawing up a new short list of possible sites, which could still include Gloucester Street.
Constable Crowcroft's amendment has been adopted which means the new hospital will not be built on People's Park or Parade Gardens.Read the full story ›
Members of the National Education Union will join NASUWT protesters on the 26th of February.Read the full story ›
The teachers' union NASUWT has called a day of strike action on Tuesday 26 February in Jersey over pay.Read the full story ›