The amount islanders pay for electricity should be cut, according to Sark's Electricity Commissioner.Read the full story ›
'Access to Work' will give money to islanders with sensory, mobility or other physical disabilities to help adapt their workspaces.Read the full story ›
Jersey Police have issued warnings over a new scam that is also circulating in the Isle of Man.Read the full story ›
The Taxes Office in Jersey has apologised after 6% fewer tax assessments have been processed compared to this time last year.Read the full story ›
Electric and hybrid vehicles with the lowest emissions will be eligible for the discount after changes to the eco parking scheme.Read the full story ›
The winner of the second prize in the CI Christmas Lottery 2017 still hasn't come forward.
But it's been confirmed the ticket was bought in Jersey.
The ticket - 2050121 - worth £100,000 is still out there.
The third prize was also sold in Jersey and has been claimed.
The law firm is suing the BBC and the Guardian for a breach of confidence and wants the documents disclosed.Read the full story ›
A ticket sold in Guernsey scooped the top prize in this year's Channel Islands Christmas Lottery.
The holder has won £1,008,410.
The ticket number was 4045047.
A method of charging for the collection of black bag waste in Guernsey is one step further towards being implemented.Read the full story ›
David Gordon-Brown, the manager of Sark Electricity, says the recommendation by the island's first electricity regular to reduce electricity prices tells "a story of betrayal".
For the past eight years the people of Sark have been betrayed by a committee of incomers with so little understanding of Sark that they expect Electricity Prices here to be comparable to their experience in the UK.
Now the Company has been betrayed by a commissioner with so little understanding of Sark that he expects the costs of producing electricity here to be comparable to his experience in the UK.