It comes as States of Guernsey members debate the future of the secondary school education system today.Read the full story ›
Today's States meeting in Guernsey began with the appointment of deputies to fill gaps on some of the government's key committees.Read the full story ›
A survivor of sexual abuse in Jersey has made a plea to States Members to support a new law which would see changes to the criminal system.Read the full story ›
Guernsey politicians will meet today to start discussions on whether the island should have a two or three school model.Read the full story ›
Places of worship will not be forced to conduct same-sex marriages, if an amendment to the draft marriage law is passed.Read the full story ›
A public meeting was held last night to discuss the three-school model proposals put forward.Read the full story ›
Jersey States will hold its first sitting of 2018 today.Read the full story ›
Guernsey's Education, Sport & Culture Committee will host a public meeting to discuss their preferred three-school model at Beau Sejour.Read the full story ›
Over 150 people turned out to hear from politicians campaigning against plans to change Guernsey's secondary education system.Read the full story ›
Deputy Jackie Hilton has added her name to the list of Jersey politicians standing down at the next election.
She joins Deputy Eddie Noel and Constables Michel Le Troquer and John Refault who are standing down at the next election.
Jersey goes to the polls on Wednesday 16th May 2018.