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"08.12.2016 12:22:27" itv.com Rise in number of islanders in Jersey planning their own funeral Jersey has seen a 30% rise in the number of people planning and pre-paying their own funeral, according to the Co-op. One local funeral director is advising islanders to talk to their loved ones about their funeral plans, to make things easier when they Have you thought about your own funeral? ITV Tonight found nearly 80% of people hadn't.
"08.12.2016 12:06:27" itv.com Animal shelter struggling to cope as stray dog numbers rise Jersey's animal shelter are struggling to cope with the rising number of stray dogs, which has increased by a third over the last ten years. The JSPCA say demand is unpredictable, but occasionally they are forced to turn abandoned dogs away. Shelter The JSPCA recently lost a fight to build a new site in St Mary to house more dogs.
"07.12.2016 13:21:42" Timeline Photos What's your street's story?
We want to hear your memories of the street where you live or grew up on. What was it like in days gone by?
Feel free to share any stories and send us any old photos! You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"07.12.2016 11:30:48" itv.com Calls for more islanders to be given Guernsey residency A politician is calling for more people living in the smaller islands of Guernsey's Bailiwick should be able to live and work in Guernsey. What do you make of plans to allow more islanders from Alderney and Sark to live and work in Guernsey?
Do you think it should just be for younger islanders or for everyone?
"06.12.2016 18:12:38" Most of us will have made plenty of decisions today, whether it be how to word that difficult work email or what to wear for the mild winter weather.
But for hundreds of us perhaps the biggest choice of the morning was which flavour to order at the
"06.12.2016 17:30:43" itv.com Jersey's baby aye-aye named Matoky Jersey's baby aye-aye has been named Matoky, which is Malagasy for 'hope'. The young aye-aye has been given the Madagascan name for 'hope'.
"06.12.2016 16:09:05" itv.com Parents urged to register for school places Parents and carers in Guernsey are urged to register their children for school places at their catchment schools before the deadline. Remember to sign up for school places before the deadline next Friday.
"06.12.2016 14:27:25" itv.com Investigation into death of Jersey prisoner An investigation is underway after a 41-year-old man at Jersey prison died after being taken to hospital on Sunday. Simon Baudains had been on remand. His family and the Deputy Viscount have informed. The cause of death is yet to be confirmed. Investigation underway into death of Jersey prisoner.
"06.12.2016 11:09:51" itv.com Guernsey politicians committed to education debate result Politicians in are committed to moving towards an all-ability system of secondary education in Guernsey and Alderney. Parents and carers in the Bailliwick are being reassured that the government will honour the results of the education debate. All members Guernsey politicians say they are "committed" to fulfilling the education debate result.
"06.12.2016 10:41:26" itv.com Islander raises funds for new life-saving technology An islander has raised £20,000 to fund new technology that will detect cancer faster and more accurately. Guernseyman John Mills was diagnosed with prostate cancer last year but it didn't stop him taking on an epic challenge. The 61 year old cycled one Guernseyman John Mills raised £24,000 for brand new MRI software. See the full story here....
"06.12.2016 09:57:06" Timeline Photos Call for comments: How do you think Jersey could attract more tourists to the island at Christmas? Let us know your thoughts below!
"05.12.2016 16:50:44" itv.com Charities encouraged to apply for Christmas Lottery grant Guernsey charities can now begin applying to receive a grant from the 2016 Christmas Lottery. Submit your application before Tuesday 31 January 2017 if you are interested!
"05.12.2016 16:49:52" itv.com Taxes Office reminds islanders to pay outstanding taxes Islanders are being reminded to pay outstanding taxes by Friday evening to avoid surplus charges. Around 3,000 in Jersey still owe outstanding tax. Islanders are being reminded to pay by Friday to avoid charges!
"05.12.2016 14:09:24" itv.com Newspaper readership down a third in a decade Do you still read your local newspaper? Take our poll - Do you read your local newspaper?
"05.12.2016 13:28:34" itv.com Newspaper readership down a third in a decade Do you still read your local newspaper? We want to know your thoughts!
Do you still read your local newspaper?
Do you think local newspapers still have a place in our society?
Let us know your thoughts below!
"05.12.2016 11:28:11" itv.com Jersey philanthropist continues support for elderly at Christmas Elderly islanders will be able to benefit from the David Kirch Charitable Trust vouchers over the festive period. Make sure that all your friends, family and neighbours who are eligible collect their vouchers!
"05.12.2016 09:50:33" itv.com Former All Black Regan King leaves Jersey Reds Former New Zealand international Regan King has had his contract with Jersey Reds terminated and has already returned to his home country for "personal reasons".
"04.12.2016 19:13:41" itv.com Jersey woman's hair cut raises £2,000 for cancer charity An islander in Jersey has raised more than £2,000 for a cancer charity, in support of her friend. Jill Luce is battling ovarian cancer for a second time, having first been diagnosed with the disease in 2012. Friend and netball team mate, Rena Nelson, has Rena Nelson had her long locks chopped for charity, in support of friend Jill Luce, who's being treated for cancer for the second time.
"03.12.2016 18:13:53" itv.com More than a thousand islanders sign petition against pay cuts for Jersey teachers A Jersey teachers' union has been campaigning against cuts to salaries this afternoon. The N.U.T claims a recent States decision to slash pay for newly qualified teachers will lead to a recruitment crisis in the island. Union officials have been in St It's after the States agreed to slash the salaries of newly qualified teachers.
"03.12.2016 17:06:50" ITV Channel TV LIVE at Guernsey's Christmas lights switch on in St Peter Port getting ready for Santa!
"03.12.2016 17:03:58" itv.com Newspaper job cuts to affect 'pillar of island society' The Jersey Evening Post has been described as a pillar of island society this afternoon, by a local historian. But despite their place in history, the islands local newspapers face an uncertain future - after it was announced that staff could be made It's still not yet known how many jobs are set to be lost at the Jersey Evening Post and Guernsey Press.
"03.12.2016 16:39:32" LIVE at Guernsey's Christmas lights switch on in St Peter Port getting ready for Santa!
"02.12.2016 18:02:06" itv.com Jobs at risk at Guernsey Press and Jersey Evening Post Jobs are at risk at the Jersey Evening Post and Guernsey Press. Their parent company, Guiton Publishing, has today announced a review of the businesses. Breaking news: staff at the JEP and Guernsey Press have been warned today that their jobs are at risk.
"02.12.2016 17:20:58" itv.com Islanders warned to keep presents out of sight Jersey Police are warning islanders not to leave presents on view in their cars for opportunist thieves to steal. Evidence suggests there is often an increase in car thefts over the festive period. But some people in Jersey still leave their cars unlocked Make sure to lock your cars when you're shopping this weekend!
"02.12.2016 16:44:11" itv.com www.itv.com Jersey are about to begin work on new hate crime laws
"02.12.2016 16:09:45" itv.com Terry Waite to speak at Guernsey Literary Festival Book-lovers are in for a treat, as the line-up for Guernsey's literary festival's been announced. Book-lovers are in for a treat, as the line-up for Guernsey's literary festival's been announced.
"02.12.2016 15:40:19" itv.com www.itv.com GFA say they have "systems and processes in place" to protect children in football on the island.
"02.12.2016 15:10:16" itv.com One in eight people in Jersey experience "hate" abuse and prejudice One in eight people in Jersey say they've been a victim of abuse because of their race, religion, age, sexuality or disability. The latest figures show 12% of islanders' experienced abuse or prejudice.
"02.12.2016 14:51:05" itv.com "No immediate changes" to school admissions Parents and carers in Guernsey and Alderney are being reassured that there will be "no immediate changes" to Secondary school admissions. Parents are being reassured following the momentous decision.
"02.12.2016 12:58:09" itv.com Guernsey Electricity will pay to illuminate Christmas lights Guernsey Electricity has pledged to cover the cost of illuminating the Christmas lights in St Peter Port. Guernsey Electricity will foot the Christmas lights bill - for the second year running.
"02.12.2016 11:38:09" LIVE with our reporter John Fernandez on the steps of the States with reaction to the vote to scrap selection at 11 again...
"02.12.2016 11:33:41" itv.com Salerie Corner work will cost Guernsey £130K A review has been launched following the news that the new crossing at Salerie Corner will cost Guernsey around £130,000. Dep Barry Brehaut: "I'm annoyed we spent more than we announced" for the Salerie Corner project.
"02.12.2016 10:58:43" itv.com States vote to scrap 11-plus in Guernsey Politicians in Guernsey have voted to scrap selection for pupils at the age of 11. Politicians in Guernsey have voted to scrap selection for pupils at the age of 11.
"02.12.2016 10:57:04" Timeline Photos Guernsey's States votes to keep the extant resolution of March 2016 and scrap the 11+ by 21-19.
"02.12.2016 10:25:43" itv.com First broken JT cable should be fixed early next week The first severed JT cable should be fixed early next week, after the repair ship located both ends of the break earlier this morning. One of the broken JT cables should be fixed early next week - but JT still expect "connection issues" during peak times.
"01.12.2016 21:15:27" itv.com Jersey suffers shortage of sprouts The humble, home-grown sprout is in short supply. So what's behind this yuletide tragedy? Our reporter Daniel Skipp has been finding out. This year there could be one big problem with Christmas lunch in Jersey...
"01.12.2016 17:36:55" itv.com Jersey children's library gets makeover Islanders will get a brand-new look children's library in the New Year. Jersey children's library will get a £23,000 makeover!
"01.12.2016 15:59:44" itv.com Jersey Poppy Appeal raised £160,000 This year's Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal in Jersey raised £160,000 The Royal British Legion send their "heartfelt thanks to the community of Jersey".
"01.12.2016 15:41:50" itv.com Sark mourn loss of late Seigneur's wife Diana Beaumont, the wife of the late Seigneur of Sark, has died aged 80. Diana Beaumont, the wife of the late Seigneur of Sark, has died aged 80.
"01.12.2016 14:57:00" itv.com Betway CI Sports awards - Nominate your 2016 heroes Nominations are open for the 2016 Betway Channel Island Sports Awards as we celebrate the most notable sporting achievements over the past year. In January Jersey cricketer Jonty Jenner took the prestigious main award, but who will succeed him in the Nominations for the Betway Channel Islands Sports Awards close on Sunday. Make sure to vote for your hero!
"01.12.2016 13:16:29" itv.com States back plans to build new £466m hospital on existing site The States backed plans for a new £466m hospital to be built on existing site Gloucester St site in Jersey. After years of searching, politicians agree on a hospital site in Jersey.
"01.12.2016 12:20:29" itv.com Guernsey youngster to switch on Tree of Joy A nine year old, who helped raise money for his friend to have an operation in America, will switch on the Tree of Joy tonight. Jack McGrath will have the honour of pressing the button tonight in front of hundreds of islanders later. Jack has raised… Make sure to tune in tonight at 6pm to watch 9-year-old Jack McGrath switch on the Tree of Joy tonight.
"01.12.2016 12:04:44" itv.com Guernsey football links up with Bristol City FC Guernsey football has formed an official relationship with Bristol City which could see Guernsey FC take young players from the Championship side on loan. Green Lions' manager Tony Vance has spearheaded the new arrangement alongside Robins owner, and Guernsey FC announces new deal with Bristol City FC.
"01.12.2016 11:59:12" itv.com Sure customers experiencing connection issues Sure customers across the Bailiwicks are experiencing connection issues this morning.
Photo Credit: PA Let us know if you've had any problems!
"01.12.2016 11:12:34" itv.com States provide disabled access to Christmas Lights Disabled islanders in Guernsey will be given special road access to see the Christmas lights this winter. States will provide disabled access to the Christmas Lights in St Peter Port in Guernsey this winter.
"30.11.2016 17:35:49" itv.com States will borrow £400 millon to fund new hospital Jerseys new hospital will be funded with a £400 million bank loan. Treasury Minister, Alan Maclean, hopes to foot the cost of the project using a public rated bond and existing reserves. The States also plan to raise money for the controversial new Jersey's new hospital will be funded with a £400 million bank loan.
"30.11.2016 16:09:07" itv.com Minimum wage increase rejected by the States A motion to raise the minimum wage in Jersey has been defeated. Political party Reform Jersey hoped to increase the set rate to £7.20, which would match the figure in Guernsey. However, the attempt to raise the minimum wage by a further 2-pence-an-hour The increase was rejected by States Ministers this afternoon.
"30.11.2016 16:07:13" itv.com Jersey cats given equal rights Jersey cats now have equal rights to dogs, following a change in the Highway Code.
Credit: PA Images Jersey cats now have equal rights to dogs, following a change in law!
"30.11.2016 15:11:35" itv.com GFC to feature on charity DVD video game Guernsey Football club will feature in new questions on a Christmas DVD picture quiz. Guernsey Football club will feature in new questions on a Christmas DVD picture quiz.
"30.11.2016 12:49:11" itv.com Taxpayers money funds private jet for VIP States guest It has been revealed that Jersey States used taxpayers money to charter a private jet, after a diplomat's plane was cancelled. Senator Philip Ozouf approved the VIP flight costing £4,050 earlier this month.
"30.11.2016 12:12:05" itv.com Islanders vote to save Guernsey landmark Islanders voted to approve the funding for the Torteval Church Spire repairs, at a meeting last night. £300,000 loan to save Torteval Tower was approved by islanders last night.
"30.11.2016 11:45:30" itv.com Guernsey States rule out Condor subsidies Guernsey States confirmed they will not consider any form of subsidy for Condor Ferries during the States meeting this morning. Guernsey States also rule out Condor subsidies!
"30.11.2016 11:24:48" itv.com Police appeal for witnesses after young boy assaulted Jersey Police are appealing for witnesses after a 12-year-old boy was assaulted at the Arctic Village last night. The incident occurred at 5.30pm on Tuesday at the Weighbridge. The boy, wearing dark clothes and a rucksack, was chatting to a large built Let the police know if you have any information!
"30.11.2016 11:03:42" itv.com Jersey's reputation is "valuable", says Lieutenant Gov Jersey's Lieutenant Gov. says the island's reputation is its "most important commodity" during his final speech in the States. Islanders gather for the formal send off of Jersey's Lieutenant Governor this morning.
"30.11.2016 09:29:07" Timeline Photos Show us your Mo! Send us your best mustache pics this Movember!
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"29.11.2016 17:58:14" Timeline Photos Here's a picture of the severed JT cables. The blue, yellow and orange lines were all cut in the event.
Note: Map not to scale.
"29.11.2016 16:59:31" Timeline Photos Have any of you taken part in Movember this year? Will you be shaving it all off on Thursday?
Please your before and after pictures below or email them to email@example.com. We would love to see them!
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"29.11.2016 16:38:44" itv.com Referendum on ministerial government reform defeated Jersey will continue under a ministerial government after politicians voted against holding a referendum into the current system. The ministerial first system came into effect 16 years ago. But, Deputy Judy Martin has long called for ministerial reform. Jersey States vote 29-12 against a public referendum on scrapping Ministers in the States.
"29.11.2016 15:35:10" itv.com Minister defends Mr Bronx confiscation Jersey's Home Affairs minister defended the controversial seizure of pet dog - Mr Bronx - in the States Assembly this morning. "It's not possible to positively identify some specific breeds of dog until they reach at least 8 months of age."
"29.11.2016 14:37:41" itv.com The new £5 notes contain animal fat - and vegetarians and vegans are furious Vegetarians and vegans have reacted with fury after it emerged the Bank of England used animal fat to make its new £5 notes. More than 7,000 people have signed a petition against the "disrespectful" use of tallow to manufacture the new polymer notes, The new £5 notes contain animal fat - and vegetarians and vegans are furious! Are you bothered?
"29.11.2016 13:26:00" itv.com Sure: "Channel Islands remain open for business" The Channel Islands 'will remain open for business' despite multiple submarine cable breaks overnight. Cable repair could take "three weeks", but telecoms giant Sure says the islands are still open for business.
"29.11.2016 11:25:24" itv.com Minister rules out Condor subsidies The States of Jersey firmly ruled out subsiding Condor ferries, during the States Assembly this morning. "There are no plans for subsidies. I would not be supportive in any shape or form of offering a subsidy to Condor."
"29.11.2016 11:00:32" itv.com £600,000 to be added to Higher Education budget £600,000 will be added to the Jersey Higher Education budget in 2017, to increase maintenance grants and threshold levels for students.
Credit: Chris Ison PA Wire/PA Images More Jersey students will receive funding from the States, according to Minister for Education, Deputy Rod Bryans.
"29.11.2016 10:48:28" itv.com States to review tenant letting fees in 2017 The Minister for Housing will consider a review of letting fees for Jersey tenants in 2017, following the UK plans to ban upfront fees. What do you think of letting agency fees? Let us know your experiences below.
"29.11.2016 07:15:02" itv.com Islands lifeline submarine cables cut Disruption to online and telecom services in the Channel Islands are expected after three of four life line undersea cable links with the UK were cut. It is thought the fibre-optic cables were severed by a ship dragging its anchor along the seabed, which Disruption to online and telecom services in the Channel Islands is expected over the next week after three of four life line undersea cable links with the UK were cut.
It is thought the fibre-optic cables were severed by a ship dragging its anchor along
"28.11.2016 16:24:59" itv.com States 'considering all available options' in Mr Bronx case The States are considering all available options in the long running Mr Bronx case. A representative of the States said they are striving to resolve the issue as quickly as possible.
"28.11.2016 15:07:09" itv.com Islanders urged to get shingles vaccine before end of the year Islanders in Jersey are being urged to get their free shingles vaccine before the end of the year.
Photo Credit: David Cheskin/ PA Archive /Press Association Images States urge 70 & 79 year olds in Jersey to get their free shingles vaccine before the end of the year.
"28.11.2016 12:31:47" itv.com Olly Murs to headline Big Gig 2017 Olly Murs has been announced as the headliner for Jerseys Big Gig in the Park next summer. The X Factor star will play the headline set at Howard Davis Park on Saturday 15th July 2017. Tickets go on sale on Friday, while the line-up for Legends in the Olly Murs is going to headline Jersey's Big Gig 2017. How many of you are planning to buy tickets this Friday?
"28.11.2016 11:49:54" Timeline Photos Move over Larry the 10 Downing Street cat!
Alderney's Island Hall has its own feline resident, but we're not sure of the name...
"27.11.2016 18:38:54" itv.com Hundreds of islanders march to reunite family with their pet Hundreds of dog owners in Jersey marched today in support of a family's fight to be reunited with their pet. The dog named Mr Bronx has been the subject of a 10-month court battle with the authorities who claim he's a dangerous breed. But his owners say
"27.11.2016 14:58:07" itv.com Four newcomers elected to the States of Alderney Four newcomers have been voted into the States of Alderney, in an election that saw support for established politicians plummet. Newcomer James Dent topped the polls with 624 votes, with Louis Jean coming second with 527 votes.
"26.11.2016 21:36:04" Timeline Photos James Dent tops the poll in Alderney, but doesn't even turn up to the declaration as Alderney goes to the polls at its General Election.
James Dent - 624
Louis Jean - 527
Alex Snowdon - 480
Mike Dean - 381
Tony Barnes - 294
Only current Alderney States
"26.11.2016 16:48:17" itv.com Bergerac back in front of the camera If you were out on Jersey's south west coast this morning you may have caught a glimpse of Bergerac star John Nettles, who was back in the island filming for a very special project. He will be the welcoming face for an upcoming exhibition on the island in He will be the welcoming face for an upcoming exhibition on the island in the 80's.
"26.11.2016 14:40:50" itv.com Christmas market celebrates local produce and talent Festive food, live music and more is on offer at the Simply Christmas market this weekend at Greve de Lecq Barracks in Jersey. The event is celebrating its 10th Anniversary and is being held for three days.
"26.11.2016 09:41:36" itv.com Islanders go to the polls in Alderney election Five new members will be elected to the States out of the 13 candidates standing. The election comes at a key time for the northern isle, with a range of topics facing… Islanders go to the polls today in Alderney in their general election.
"25.11.2016 12:42:20" itv.com Anthony McMahon heads to America for second operation Guernsey boy Anthony McMahon is heading to America for a second operation on his left leg. Islanders raised thousands to fund a procedure this summer to lengthen his left leg with this second surgery a follow up to that procedure. Anthony was born with Anthony McMahon and his parents are heading to America this weekend for a second operation on Anthony's leg. All being well the family should be back in time for Christmas.
"25.11.2016 12:34:13" itv.com Black Friday: How to bag yourself a bargain British shoppers are set for the biggest shopping day of the year today as Black Friday gets under way. But while Black Friday is famous for its discounts, how can you ensure you are getting a good deal? Consumer group Which? is urging shoppers to "do Are you planning on doing a bit of shopping today? Here's some handy tips on how to bag yourself a bargain.
"24.11.2016 22:18:30" itv.com Police concerned over missing man in Guernsey Guernsey Police say they are concerned for the welfare of a man who has gone missing. Fifty-six-year-old Andrew Chippendale was last seen in the Vazon area at 8am yesterday morning. Officers say he is taking part in Movember, so is likely to have more Guernsey Police say they are concerned for the welfare of a 56-year-old Guernsey man.
"24.11.2016 21:33:18" Jersey kicks of the festive season Jersey switched on the Christmas lights today! Feeling festive? Watch our highlights and you will be!
"24.11.2016 17:50:47" Gary Burgess is live in Jersey's Royal Square ahead of the Christmas lights switch on.
"24.11.2016 16:48:45" itv.com Are you smarter than the islands' children? Test yourself here: The brightest young brains across the Bailiwicks have been battling out in the annual inter-island school quiz. The De Putron Challenge sees pupils from across the islands… The brightest young brains across the Bailiwicks have been battling it out in the annual inter-island school quiz.
Are you smarter than the islands' children? Test yourself here:
"24.11.2016 13:13:24" itv.com Jersey Health bosses considering wider factors which drive ill health Jersey Health department bosses are considering the wider factors which drive ill health in the island. Their latest Health Profile looks at social, economic, behavioural and environmental data such as low income, poor housing and social isolation. They Jersey's Health Department bosses say they're considering the wider factors which drive ill health in the island.
Their latest Health Profile shows 50% of the population are overweight or obese, one in three islanders have high anxiety scores and one in
"24.11.2016 13:08:18" itv.com Life expectancy in Guernsey at highest ever recorded Life expectancy in Guernsey is at the highest ever recorded according to an island health report released today. But with half the deaths of under 75s likely to be preventable, and with an aging population, the report warns the need for health and social Guernsey's Health Profile is out today. It reveals life expectancy in the Bailiwick is rising and is at the highest levels ever recorded.
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"23.11.2016 12:11:37" itv.com St Helier's Constable calls for States to extend Millennium Town Park St Helier's Constable is calling for the States to buy land owned by Jersey Gas to extend the Millennium Town Park. Simon Crowcroft is trying to block development… St Helier's Constable Simon Crowcroft is calling for the States to buy the Gas Place site and use the land to extend Millennium Town Park.
What would you like the States to do, should they try and buy the Gas Place site?
"23.11.2016 11:54:11" itv.com Planners give green light to La Mare rebuild Planning permission has been given for the rebuild of La Mare de Carteret School. The plans were submitted in February before the States Education debate in March when politicians decided on a three school model and to scrap the 11-plus. The plans were Planners have given the go ahead for the rebuild of La Mare de Carteret but the States are yet to approve the rebuild. Next week politicians will debate the previous States' decision to scrap selection.
"23.11.2016 09:57:00" itv.com Guernsey's beaches 10% cleaner than last year Beaches in the Channel Islands are 10% cleaner than they were last year, according to report released today. The Marine Conservation Society's report collates data from beach cleans by volunteers in Guernsey, Alderney and Herm in 2016. Guernsey's beaches are getting cleaner. Do you think there is too much rubbish on the island's beaches and which beach do you think is the cleanest?
"22.11.2016 17:49:06" itv.com School asks for help to open historic bunker to public The headteacher of a primary school in Guernsey is asking for help from the community to clear a German bunker on the school site, so it can be opened to the public. Headteacher says its valuable learning resource for kids at the school!
"22.11.2016 16:51:00" itv.com Jersey's Chief Minister calls for "closer collaboration in Public Health" with Guernsey Jersey's Chief Minister, Senator Ian Gorst, called for a "closer collaboration in Public Health" with Guernsey, during his speech in front of Guernsey's Institute of Directors earlier today. Chief Minister says islanders could benefit from more joined-up, shared medical care across the Channel Islands.
"22.11.2016 15:30:14" itv.com Jenner: plenty of candidates to be Jersey captain but it won't be me Jersey cricketer, Jonty Jenner, has ruled himself out of the running to be the island's new captain, but has told ITV News there are plenty of candidates to replace Peter Gough. Jonty Jenner: "the captaincy would be a bit of a hindrance"
"22.11.2016 15:09:05" itv.com Jersey sailor's world record plans on track Phil Sharp, one of Jersey's strongest sailors, is gearing up to break a world record.
Photo Credit: Andy Le Gresley Photography Phil Sharp has set his sights on sailing the Channel Island waters - as fast as he can!
"22.11.2016 12:17:17" itv.com Islanders can help spread festive joy this Christmas with charity gift tags Islanders can help spread joy this Christmas by picking up 'Tree of Joy' gift tags in Guernsey. Charity campaign gives islanders the chance to purchase Christmas gifts for deserving children in Guernsey.
"22.11.2016 11:29:28" itv.com Jersey's historical child abuse inquiry findings delayed Jersey's inquiry into historical child abuse won't now report back this year. Jersey's inquiry into historical child abuse won't hit it's 2016 deadline.
"22.11.2016 10:38:02" itv.com 'Football for Everyone' programme launched in Guernsey A girls' player development centre for five to 11-year-olds is being set up to encourage more girls to play football. A girls' player development centre will be set up to in Guernsey to get more girls involved in footie.
"22.11.2016 09:30:53" itv.com States could have to subsidise new Condor vessel If the States of Jersey and Guernsey want Condor ferries to bring in a new boat, they could have to subsidise it. It comes in the company's first Comprehensive Service Review, something it is now contractually obliged to carry out every two years. In the Do you think the States should subsidise new ferries?
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"21.11.2016 18:44:35" Timeline Photos RED wind warning again - Alderney is due to see the worst of it this evening. If you're there send us your photos and videos and stay safe.
"21.11.2016 18:03:29" itv.com Public inquiry into plans to expand Tamba Park has been announced The States of Jersey have decided that there will be a public inquiry into plans to expand Tamba Park on protected land in St Mary and St Lawrence. What are your thoughts on the plans?
"21.11.2016 17:13:43" itv.com Jersey Fire issue advice for tonight's RED weather warning Jersey Fire & Rescue have issued some helpful advice for islanders across the Bailiwick's ahead of tonight's Red weather warning. Make sure to check out these handy tips & safety advice from Jersey Fire & Rescue...
"21.11.2016 16:31:12" itv.com Jersey car crash leaves vehicle on its side A vehicle ended up on its side after a crash on La Grande Route De Saint-Martin this morning. Crews had to use special winching equipment to bring the car back onto four wheels.
"21.11.2016 16:07:32" itv.com Islanders are being urged to take extra care on the roads during the storms Jersey Fire & Rescue are warning islanders to take extra care on the roads this evening. Jersey Fire & Rescue are warning islanders to take extra care on the roads this evening.
"21.11.2016 15:34:43" itv.com Police look for witnesses after robbery Jersey Police are looking for islanders who witnessed a robbery yesterday. Jersey Police are appealing for witnesses after a 25-year-old man was robbed last night.
"21.11.2016 15:09:10" itv.com Emergency services attend car crash in Guernsey A man is being treated for injuries after a car crash in Guernsey. Emergency services were called to a two-vehicle collision outside Cobo Laundry on The Route De Carteret around 11.30am this morning. The road was blocked earlier today whilst police, fire Three people have been taken to hospital after a crash in Guernsey this morning.
"21.11.2016 12:49:26" itv.com Guernsey States release flood reduction tips Guernsey Traffic and Highways services have released flood reduction warnings following the record-breaking winds over the weekend. Guernsey Traffic and Highways services have released flood reduction warnings following Storm Angus.
"21.11.2016 12:09:23" itv.com Major tenant signs up for Jersey Finance centre An international financial services organisation has signed up for significant office space in the Jersey International Finance Centre (JIFC). SANNE, which is headquartered in Jersey, has agreed to lease half of the office space in building No. 5, which Jersey Finance Centre has signed up a big international tenant for building No.5.
"21.11.2016 11:57:22" Photos from ITV Channel TV's post Tonight we're looking at damage caused by Storm Angus.
We'll be live in Guernsey and Jersey at 6 looking at how islanders and the emergency services are bracing themselves for another night of force 10 winds.
"21.11.2016 11:23:33" itv.com Jersey Met issue second red weather warning for Storm Angus Jersey Meteorological Department have issued a second red weather warning - the highest alert level. Islanders are warned that Force 10 winds could hit Jersey this evening!
"21.11.2016 10:40:38" itv.com Hester named first ever 'Honorary Patron of British Dressage' Sark's double Olympic medalist Carl Hester has been named the first ever Honorary Patron of British Dressage, following nearly 30 years of service to his sport. Sark Olympian, Carl Hester, is awarded a brand-new dressage honour.
"21.11.2016 10:11:23" itv.com Constable calls for multi-storey car parks in St Peter Port Fewer cars in St Peter Port and more pedestrianised areas are among the ways the town could be improved, according to the Parish Constable. Recently re-elected Dennis Le Moignan says reducing traffic at peak times would benefit all islanders. He has also What do you think of plans to pedestrianise St Peter Port?
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"21.11.2016 10:07:15" itv.com Jersey police appeal for missing man Jersey Police are appealing for information about 45-year-old Herman Wessels.
The Jersey man has been missing since 6.30pm on Sunday evening.
Police are very concerned about his welfare. Jersey Police are appealing for information about missing man, 45-year old Herman Wessels.
"20.11.2016 10:27:04" itv.com Channel Islands battered by hurricane force winds overnight Dozens of trees down, damaged property and flooding were the result of record-breaking winds hitting the Channel Islands last night. What a night! Take care when out on the roads, as there may still be debris and fallen trees.
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"19.11.2016 14:57:21" itv.com Warning to avoid the outdoors as Storm Angus approaches People are being advised to remain indoors where possible and avoid outdoor activities, with 'Storm Angus' due to pass near the Channel Islands soon. Severe gale force winds of up to 75mph tonight - take care.
"18.11.2016 21:48:42" Elaine Fairfax pays £1M for Take That Superfan Elaine Fairfax forked out more than A MILLION POUNDS for a private concert with Take That!
She and her husband, Chris, joined us in the studio to explain why...
"18.11.2016 18:33:51" itv.com House struck by lightning in Guernsey Emergency services in Guernsey have been called to a house that it is thought might have been struck by lightning. The fire service and police are said to be on the scene, at Route du Coudre in St Peter. No one is trapped inside the property or thought to Emergency services have been called to a house that it is thought might have been struck by lightning.
"18.11.2016 17:47:15" itv.com Jersey woman pays more than £1 million for Take That private concert A Jersey business woman has paid out more than a million pounds for the chance to get close to her favourite stars of Take That. Elaine Fairfax placed a winning bid at a charity auction for Children in Need for a live performance by the band. Elaine, who How much would you pay for a private concert by your favourite band?
"18.11.2016 12:15:58" itv.com Pre-school education funding in Guernsey could be under review again Funding arrangements for pre-school education in Guernsey could be reviewed next year- just months after a new scheme is introduced. What do you think of plans for free pre-school funding in Guernsey?
A year ago, the States agreed to offer parents earning less than £75,000 a year 15 hours of free care for children under 4- But now they're considering changing it.
"17.11.2016 21:30:02" itv.com Firefighters tackle blaze in St Peter Port kitchen Firefighters in Guernsey are tackling a blaze in St Peter Port. Two fire engines have been sent to the kitchen fire, at a property at Le Foulon. No one is thought to have been injured. Two fire engines have been sent to tackle the blaze.
"17.11.2016 20:51:40" Route De Rocquaine in Guernsey is closed due to flooding. Traffic is being diverted. We are told the road will be opened when the water subsides.
"17.11.2016 17:35:07" Sausage the dog lights up lives of the elderly Meet Sausage the dog, who lights up the lives of the elderly in Jersey every week...
"17.11.2016 15:02:07" itv.com Deputy calls for Assistant Chief Minister to step down A Jersey politician has called for Senator Philip Ozouf to step down, after a fund he manages lost more than £600k of tax payers money. The Innovation Fund, a States initiative to boost business, lent a local technology company £500k. The company then It's after a fund Senator Ozouf is in charge of lost more than £600k of tax payer's money.
"17.11.2016 10:43:08" itv.com Vanishing business actually cost Jersey tax payers over £600k A company, which was lent money by the States of Jersey before vanishing, actually lost more than £600k of tax payer's money. It was previously thought that digital technology company Logfiller disappeared with a £400k loan. The money came from the It was previously thought company Logfiller disappeared with a £400k loan from the States.
"17.11.2016 06:49:48" itv.com Flood warnings in place for Guernsey's west coast Waves are expected to come crashing over the sea walls in Guernsey this morning, in one of the highest tides of the year. A warning is in place for high tide, which is shortly after 8am. Roads on Guernsey's West Coast were closed yesterday, so flood A warning is in place for high tide, which is shortly after 8am
"16.11.2016 16:01:31" itv.com Photos released of bomb which stranded ferries off the UK Photos have been released of the WWII bomb which stranded numerous passenger ferries of the UK this morning. The device was discovered in Portsmouth Harbour during dredging, meaning the exclusion area had to be put in place. Condor's Clipper couldn't get Apparently the bomb disposal team were 'cool as a cucumber'.
"16.11.2016 15:49:03" itv.com Why does Jersey see so many traffic collisions? Nearly 1,500 road traffic collisions involving injury happened in Jersey in the last three years. That's nearly 50% more than in West Dorset, an area of the UK with a population almost identical to the island. So why are they happening? ITV News' Daniel Nearly 1,500 RTCs have happened in 3 years. Where do you think are problem areas?
"16.11.2016 13:33:13" itv.com Clipper services cancelled after bomb discovery Condor Clipper services have been cancelled today after a WWII bomb was found in Portsmouth Harbour. The boat was left stranded off the mainland following the discovery, with around 100 people on board. The device was taken away by the Royal Navy and will The bomb has now been taken away by the Royal Navy in Portsmouth.
"16.11.2016 13:00:27" The scene from Portsmouth where a WWII bomb stranded the Clipp... The scene from Portsmouth where a WWII bomb stranded the Clipper this morning.
"16.11.2016 12:44:27" ITV Channel TV The fog has returned but for how long?
"16.11.2016 12:40:07" The fog has returned but for how long?
"16.11.2016 11:27:30" itv.com Condor Clipper cleared to enter Portsmouth Harbour after bomb discovery Condor Ferries has confirmed they have been cleared to enter Portsmouth Harbour, after a WWII bomb was found there this morning. Around 100 passengers were left stranded on the Clipper following the discovery, after leaving Jersey last night. The Royal The boat was stranded off the coast when the harbour was closed.
"16.11.2016 09:01:13" itv.com Clipper stranded off Portsmouth following harbour bomb discovery Around 200 passengers are currently stranded on board the Condor Clipper off Portsmouth. The UK harbour is closed after what is thought to be a WW2 bomb was discovered in its waters. It's after the discovery of what's thought to be a WWII bomb.
"15.11.2016 19:38:32" Wheelchair football A group of wheelchair users in Guernsey have started up a fitness training programme, with the hope of forming the island's first wheelchair football team.
Inspired by the growing popularity of the Paralympic games, they are also learning skills in a
"15.11.2016 17:45:37" itv.com Excavation into Jersey's coin hoard reaching its final stages Excavation into Jersey's ancient coin hoard is reaching its final stages. It has been almost five years since the ancient treasure was discovered.
"15.11.2016 17:42:23" itv.com Wheelchair users start up new fitness training programme Wheelchair users in Guernsey have started up a fitness training programme. The group hopes to set up the island's first wheelchair football club.
"15.11.2016 15:47:45" itv.com Poppy the seal pup recovering at GSPCA The youngest grey seal pup at the GSPCA has survived her first night at the charity's shelter, after being rescued in Alderney.
"15.11.2016 12:52:11" Video: Supermoon glimpsed in the Channel Islands Watch a video of last night's supermoon, taken by ITV Channel cameraman Paul Marshall.
"15.11.2016 11:43:56" itv.com Poll: Do you think the Bailiff's dual role should be abolished? Politicians are debating today whether to strip the Bailiff of his dual role. He currently presides over States sittings and is the Chief Judge. Do you think the dual role of Jersey's Bailiff should be abolished? You can tell us in our online poll.
"15.11.2016 11:00:06" itv.com Guernsey Chief Minister sends congratulations to Donald Trump on election win Guernsey's Chief Minister has congratulated president-elect Donald Trump on his victory in the recent US election. In a letter to the US ambassador to the UK, Deputy Gavin St Pier said he wishes Mr Trump "every success in his important task and his He wishes Mr Trump "every success in his important task and his commitment to heal a divided nation".
"15.11.2016 10:41:09" Photos from ITV Channel TV's post Guernsey's President of Policy and Resources, Deputy Gavin St Pier has sent a letter to American President Elect Donald Trump.
In it he congratulates him on behalf of Guernsey's States and encloses a copy of the New York Times Bestseller, the Guernsey
"15.11.2016 09:17:28" LIVE outside the States of Guernsey previewing today's debate on the future of Guernsey for the next 20 years. Our reporter John Fernandez will try and answer any questions you send in...
"15.11.2016 08:28:09" The Channel Islands Sports Personality of the Year Awards Nominations are now open for 2016! bit.ly/2eTqVsH
Betway Sports Personality
⭐️️ Rising Star
LRD Team of the Year
Coach of the Year
Michael Lucas Sporting Hero
"14.11.2016 21:30:38" Timeline Photos Our cameraman Paul just captured this brilliant shot of tonight's supermoon.
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"14.11.2016 18:55:58" Timeline Photos This grey seal pup has been rescued by Alderney Animal Welfare Society and has just arrived in Guernsey ready to be looked after by the GSPCA, Guernsey SPCA.
Fingers crossed for a quick recovery...
(Photo: ALDERNEY WILDLIFE TRUST)
"14.11.2016 15:21:29" itv.com P&R flat out opposes amendment to increase capital spending There are calls for Guernsey's government to spend more on the island's infrastructure. Deputy Emilie Yerby has described States spending plans for Capital Projects as vague and unrealistic and thinks investing more money would help boost Guernsey's There are calls for the government to spend more on capital projects. Do you think there needs to be more investment in island roads, schools and the hospital?
"14.11.2016 10:43:22" itv.com P+R flat out rejects amendment to increase capital spending The Policy & Resources Committee have announced that they intend to oppose Amendment 4 to the Policy & Resource Plan. Deputy Emilie Yerby's amendment seeks to amend the States' Fiscal Framework, to aim for capital spending of 3% of GDP each year, averaged An amendment to the Policy and Resources Plan has been lodged which calls for an increase in capital spending. Do you think Guernsey States should be spending more on capital projects such as schools and hospitals?
"13.11.2016 19:30:30" Timeline Photos Have you seen the super moon this evening?
Allegedly it's the brightest since 1948
"13.11.2016 17:52:35" ITV Channel Sport After a weekend of racing at Brands Hatch, Seb Priaulx has been crowned Ginetta Junior Winter Series champion for 2016. A great weekend of racing for another Priaulx...
"13.11.2016 16:04:18" Sea passenger numbers drop 17% in Guernsey There were nearly 10,000 fewer sea passengers in Guernsey this peak season. Did you see a difference?
"13.11.2016 12:58:21" itv.com 'Long term solution' needed for healthcare funding in Jersey Jersey's Treasury says a 'long term' solution needs to be found for healthcare funding, after the controversial health charge was knocked back. Politicians voted against the tax, which would have generated £15m a year, as part of the Medium Term Financial It's after a £15m gap was left when the health tax was rejected. Do you think it should have been passed?
"13.11.2016 09:53:25" itv.com How are the Channel Islands marking Remembrance Sunday? People of all ages with gather across the Channel Islands today to mark Remembrance Sunday. Those who have fought and died in conflict will be remembered in memorials, attended by veterans and politicians. Find out what's going on where here. Jersey Where can you go to pay your respects?
"12.11.2016 17:37:14" ITV Channel Sport Josh Kendal scores the decisive goal as defending champions Guernsey Hockey beat rivals Jersey Hockey 1-0 at Les Quennevais to reach round 3 of the EH Trophy.
"12.11.2016 13:29:11" itv.com Jersey drivers could face UK style points system Islanders in Jersey could face a points style system for driving offences, if plans from Infrastructure go ahead. It would see drivers who speed or use their mobile get points on their license, getting twelve points would lead to a ban. Currently drivers Drivers would get points for offences, 12 points mean a ban. Do you it's a good move?
"12.11.2016 09:59:15" itv.com New Christmas lights tour will help fund appeal Petit Train in Guernsey will be doing a new Christmas lights tour, with funds going towards the Town Christmas Lights Appeal. Twenty percent of the cash made from the venture will go to the cause. The future of the lights is still in question after St Will you be taking a ride to help ensure the future of Guernsey's Christmas lights?
"11.11.2016 17:55:35" Sark fight back at sky high electricity prices Did you know Sark has one of the highest electricity prices in the world?
"11.11.2016 14:53:56" itv.com The Channel Islands remember the fallen Islanders across the Channel Islands marked Armistice Day today. A 21 gun salute was fired in Guernsey and memorials were held in Jersey and Sark. Lest we forget.
"11.11.2016 10:09:28" itv.com Islanders gather to mark Armistice Day People across the islands will gather today to mark Armistice Day. A two minute silence will be held at Jersey's cenotaph and the war Memorial in Guernsey at 11 am, to remember those fallen in armed conflicts. In Guernsey, the Cannon at Castle cornet also See where you can mark Remembrance Day today.
"11.11.2016 07:37:49" ITV Channel TV Lorraine and This Morning have done the #MannequinChallenge and now ITV Channel TV has! Check it out! And share yours below...
"10.11.2016 18:14:52" ITV Channel does the mannequin challenge Lorraine and This Morning have done the #MannequinChallenge and now ITV Channel TV has! Check it out! And share yours below...
"10.11.2016 15:56:08" itv.com How much duty free can you bring into the Channel Islands? Jersey Customs and Immigration say they see people bringing in over their allowance of duty free regularly, often to sell them on to others. They're worried that an increase in tobacco duty will lead to more smuggling of products. So, exactly what are the Do you know your limits? Jersey Customs say they stop many people who have more than allowed. Take our poll.
"10.11.2016 13:34:01" How do we forecast the weather? How do we forecast the weather? Sophia has been out to check out what Jersey Met does at the airport...
"10.11.2016 11:47:10" itv.com Are the Channel Islands ready to rebel? Donald Trump shocked the world yesterday by becoming America's 45th President. Against the odds the reality TV star and business man took numerous swing states, putting him well ahead Democrat rival Hillary Clinton. For some, his victory is a vote against For some Brexit and Trump are a vote against the ruling elite. So should local politicians be worried?
"10.11.2016 11:20:13" itv.com Half of high school students in Guernsey 'not happy with who they are' Guernsey's young people are struggling with low self-esteem, according to this year's youth survey. The questionnaire reveals around half of secondary school respondents said they were not happy with who they are. The survey also looks at a wide variety It comes from the youth survey which shows a problem with self esteem - are you surprised?
"10.11.2016 10:11:57" itv.com Scrutiny: Business class flights for States employees 'rarely justified' A scrutiny committee has criticised Jersey States' travel expenses policy, saying the use of business class flights and flexible tickets "are rarely justified", and that employees have "little knowledge" of redeeming loyalty points to save money. A report The report was carried out after civil servants spent £13k on flights to South Africa.
"10.11.2016 07:00:00" Photos from ITV Channel TV's post The results of Guernsey's annual Youth Survey are announced today. Here are some of the headlines:
* 11% of year 8 & 10's surveyed say drinking alcohol has caused them a problem in the last year
*17% of secondary school students report being offered
"09.11.2016 17:58:20" What do Americans in the Channel Islands think of Donald Trump... What do Americans in the Channel Islands think of Donald Trump's election?
"09.11.2016 13:24:18" itv.com Review into student loans after 'serious concerns remain' A review will be carried out looking at the student loan system in Jersey, after a scrutiny panel says 'serious concern remains'. The Education and Home Affairs Scrutiny Panel claim 'little progress' has been made on the issue and some islanders are still Do you think islanders in Jersey are struggling to get to university because of money worries?
"09.11.2016 11:13:53" LIVE reaction from Deputy Jonathan Le Tocq to the election of Donald Trump President of the United States
"09.11.2016 10:16:48" itv.com Guernsey: Trump victory marks 'another global shift' Guernsey's government says Donald Trumps presidential victory marks 'another shift in global politics' for 2016. The Republican candidate shocked America by winning many major swing states overnight, pushing him over the line to reach the White House. What do you think of the shock result?
"08.11.2016 17:07:24" Cash cows: Why do Russia want Guernsey's cattle? Cash cows: Why do Russia want Guernsey's cattle?
"08.11.2016 16:10:56" Russia wants Guernsey's cows Guernsey farmers say they're missing out on the Russian cow market, where there's high demand for the island's cattle...
"08.11.2016 15:04:23" itv.com Deputy: 'Disastrous' benefit cuts have led to food bank use A Jersey politician has slammed benefit policies as 'disastrous' after a States report revealed the extent of food bank use in the island. Deputy Geoff Southern says recent cuts to benefits are directly linked to people relying on charities for food. A Do you think recent benefit cuts have led to hardship?
"08.11.2016 11:04:50" Weather warning from Sophia! Strong winds and heavy rain on the way tonight...
"08.11.2016 10:57:52" itv.com States has 'failed' local business with ice rink decision The organisers of Fort Regent's ice rink say the States has 'failed' local business by allowing a UK operator to open a rink at the Weighbridge. Ice Skate Jersey (ISJ) were forced to cancel their annual event, saying it's not sustainable to have two rinks Ice Skate Jersey say the States has 'failed' local business by allowing a UK ice rink to open at the Weighbridge.
"08.11.2016 10:34:14" itv.com Jersey charity sees increasing demand for food banks A charity in Jersey says they are seeing a growing demand for food banks, after a new report shows they were visited more than 500 times in the first three months of this year. Over a quarter of users say they were forced to use charities after suffering Food banks were used 500+ times from Jan-March. Over a quarter say they have to use them because of benefit cuts.
"07.11.2016 18:14:36" Guernsey Prison's new children's unit Guernsey Prison has a new children's unit, so U18s now don't have to live with adult prisoners. But the number of children in prison is falling.
"07.11.2016 17:18:57" itv.com Ice rink at Fort Regent won't happen after States pull financial help Jersey States say the ice rink and Fort Regent now won't go ahead, after it was pulled but then reinstated by organisers. In October Ice Skate Jersey say their annual event wasn't viable anymore because an ice rink was also being put on at Weighbridge. The States were going to ensure Ice Rink Jersey didn't make a loss, but they now say they can't cover that cost.
"07.11.2016 16:00:59" itv.com Environment President: Cycle tax idea is 'silly' Guernsey's President of Environment and Infrastructure says introducing a cycle tax would be 'silly'. Deputy Barry Brehaut told ITV News investment in cycling is 'the right thing to do'. It's after works at Salerie Corner to improve safety have gone £30k Should cyclists pay for safety improvements or do you agree with Deputy Brehaut that cycling benefits everyone?
"07.11.2016 12:58:59" itv.com Guernsey Deputy: Cycle tax possible solution to rising safety costs A Guernsey Deputy says a cycle tax to cover the cost of safety improvements should be looked at. It's after works at Salerie Corner, to make it safer for cyclists, have gone over budget. Deputy Mary Lowe says the project is costing 'a huge amount of It's after works at Salerie Corner have gone over budget - do you think cyclists should be paying for safety improvements?
"07.11.2016 12:29:47" itv.com Jersey Swimarathon 2017 will benefit young islanders Five local charities who help young islanders in Jersey will receive funds raised from the 2017 Swimarathon. Half of the money will go to: The Lions Club have decided to support local charities who support young people in Jersey.
"06.11.2016 14:19:54" itv.com Police appeal for witnesses after man attacked in St Peter Port Guernsey Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was attacked in St Peter Port. It happened shortly after 10:30pm last Sunday night (30th October.) The alleged victim was walking along the path that leads from Pitronerrie Road to Rue Sarchet when Two men are said to have fled the scene immediately after the alleged attack.
"05.11.2016 18:13:36" itv.com £175,000 paid to fraudsters after spate of scam emails in Guernsey People in Guernsey are being urged to be wary of fraudsters, after six islanders paid £175,000 to the wrong people. In two of the cases businesses were emailed invoices that appeared to be from legitimate suppliers, but included incorrect bank details. More than £1M would have been paid to fraudsters, if all attempts had been successful.
"04.11.2016 10:51:17" Will Bonfire parties be cancelled in the Channel Islands?
"04.11.2016 10:27:05" Timeline Photos Recent statistics show recycling is making slow progress in the Channel Islands. Do you recycle? What would make you do it more?
"04.11.2016 06:59:01" Timeline Photos Morning!
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"03.11.2016 17:00:12" Timeline Photos Talk show host James Corden has made millions of people laugh with his 'Carpool Karaoke' feature, but what's the reality of carpooling?
ITV Channel TV wants to hear from people who share lifts to work in Jersey. Do you commute with friends? Message us!
"03.11.2016 12:43:22" itv.com October drier than usual in Guernsey Guernsey had nearly half the amount of rain in October than is usual for the month. Rainfall was 43% lower than the monthly average for the past decade. Guernsey Water says a drier month means the flows in the streams have also been below normal levels Rainfall was 43% lower than the monthly average for the past decade.
"03.11.2016 12:29:23" itv.com 80 years of TV: The best Channel Archive moments 80 years ago today television went on air for the very first time. To mark the occasion, we've taken a trip back through 54 years of archive footage, to pick out some of our favourite television moments shown on ITV Channel TV. We want… Television's celebrating a milestone anniversary! To mark the milestone we're asking for your favourite Channel TV moments from the past 50 years. Vote in our poll and the winner will be played in tomorrow's programme.
"03.11.2016 11:42:31" itv.com Preferred location for new hospital 'unfavourable' compared to Waterfront option An external review into the building of Jersey's new hospital has concluded that the current preferred site scores unfavourably compared to the… An independent review has found it would have been better to build Jersey's new hospital on the Waterfront. What are your thoughts on the hospital site saga?
"03.11.2016 11:16:56" itv.com Driver taken to hospital after crash in St Peter Port A man's been left with head, back and wrist injuries after a crash in Guernsey. Emergency services were called to the scene of the crash on Colborne Road in St Peter Port shortly after 7pm yesterday evening, where a Smart car had hit a wall. The driver The crash happened on Colborne Road in St Peter Port, shortly after 7pm yesterday evening.
"03.11.2016 09:58:33" itv.com Christmas lottery jackpot tops £600,000 The first prize in this years Channel Island Christmas Lottery is now more than £607,000. As in previous years the jackpot rises with ticket sales. Last years top prize was £1,161,750 and was won by a syndicate of office workers in Jersey. Proceeds from The lottery will be drawn on December 20th.
"02.11.2016 17:46:37" itv.com Guernsey's minimum wage to increase to £7.20 Guernsey's lowest paid workers will get a pay rise next year, after politicians agreed to increase the minimum wage. The changes will come into effect from 1st January 2017.
"02.11.2016 15:50:40" itv.com 80 years of TV: The best Channel Archive moments 80 years ago today television went on air for the very first time. To mark the occasion, we've taken a trip through history to pick out some of our favourite television moments. To mark 80 years of TV, we've picked out some of our favourite ITV Channel TV moments.
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"02.11.2016 13:03:43" itv.com Guernsey budget overview: What it means for the island Guernsey's government today decided to approve the budget for 2017, as a way of plugging the island's financial black hole. The budget was given the go ahead by the States today. Here's what it means:
"02.11.2016 10:13:16" itv.com Take our poll: Where will you be Christmas shopping? The vast majority of people will choose to do their Christmas shopping online this year, according to a new survey. Will you be shopping online or in store this Christmas?
Take our poll:
"02.11.2016 09:14:24" itv.com Road-sweeper crashes with car in St Helier There are major delays in St Helier this morning, after a crash between a road-sweeper vehicle and a Jaguar at Mount Bingham. Major delays in St Helier this morning.
"01.11.2016 18:30:00" Budget 2017 Today Guernsey's States debated the budget for 2017, after earlier this year in June a £24.5m deficit was identified in States finances.
Today Deputy Gavin St Pier announced that deficit had now slimmed to around £5m.
So how will the island's decision
"01.11.2016 16:07:13" Timeline Photos Christmas is officially next month! Have you started thinking about your Christmas shopping yet? We want to know will you be doing most of it online this year, or will you be using the high street? Comment below.....
"01.11.2016 15:52:57" itv.com Jersey politicians use food analogies to explain voting systems Politicians in Jersey have been deciding whether to make huge changes to the island's voting system today. Currently, the States use the 'first past the post' system - a form of voting also used by the UK. Deputy Montford Tadier tried to change that by Watch the moment this Jersey politician uses an analogy of customers eating in a restaurant to explain a new voting system.
"01.11.2016 12:14:49" itv.com Henry Cavill signs up for 2017 Durrell Challenge Henry Cavill fans will be pleased to know the A-list celebrity will return to the island next year to support the 2017 Durrell Challenge. The event is set to take place on Sunday 14th May and will include the 13K race from St Helier to Durrell Wildlife Henry Cavill fans will be pleased to know the A-list celebrity will be returning to the island next year.
"01.11.2016 10:24:18" itv.com WATCH: Shark spotted off Jersey coastline As winter approaches, the water temperatures might be dropping in the Channel Islands, but that hasn't stopped one visitor from taking a swim in Jersey. David Haynes was on his way to Sark on Friday when, about 200m off Corbiere, he spotted a shark. He David Haynes was on his way to Sark on Friday when, about 200m off Corbiere, he spotted this shark.
"01.11.2016 09:13:26" Live outside the States of Guernsey looking at the 2017 budget with politicians
"31.10.2016 17:34:35" Timeline Photos Pretty spectacular sunset across Jersey this evening! Beautiful and orange for Halloween. What was your view like? Send us your pictures!
"31.10.2016 13:16:32" itv.com WATCH: Jersey Charity travels to France following 'Calais Jungle' closure The Jersey Calais Refugee Aid group travelled to France over the weekend to support thousands of people caught up in the closure of the 'Calais Jungle'. Last week, French Authorities started clearing the long-standing camp, that has become a demoralising A local charity has recorded this video blog for ITV News, documenting their recent trip to France following the closure of the 'Calais Jungle'. Click the link below to watch it.
"31.10.2016 11:15:06" itv.com 'No plans in place' in the event of nuclear attack in Jersey Jersey has no plans in place to deal with a nuclear attack. That's the answer to a Freedom of Information request which has been submitted, asking what plans the island has in the event an attack against France or the United Kingdom. The request also A Freedom of Information request asked what plans the island has in the event of an attack against France or the United Kingdom.
"31.10.2016 09:40:19" Timeline Photos Did you celebrate Halloween this weekend? We'd love to see your pictures! Send them to us via firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll use them on our programme tonight at 6pm.
"30.10.2016 11:43:22" itv.com Heritage app helps bring Guernsey's history alive Guernsey's history is being brought alive with the help of a new app. The platform, developed for Guernsey Museum, is free for users and includes interactive trails, educational games and audio tours.
"29.10.2016 09:28:29" itv.com Frame football kicks off in Jersey 'Frame football' is being trialled in Jersey today- a sport designed for children who use walking equipment such as frames or walkers.
"29.10.2016 08:36:53" itv.com 'Jersey may suffer from shortage of seasonal workers' Jersey may suffer from a shortage of seasonal workers as a result of Brexit, the Jersey Chamber of Commerce has warned. It says the island's hospitality and tourism industries could be the worst hit by the recent devaluation of the pound. The pound fell
"28.10.2016 16:24:00" itv.com Mother fighting for funds that could save unborn child A mother from Guernsey is 'fighting' for her unborn child's life, after she discovered it has a rare form of Spina Bifada. Suzanne Jenner is more than 20 weeks pregnant, but says she 'went numb' when she was told her baby's brain is forming outside its Suzanne Jenner is raising funds for an MRI which could show if life saving surgery is possible.
"28.10.2016 14:19:01" Meerkats get a Halloween treat! Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust has made this super cute video of their meerkats getting a Halloween treat!
"28.10.2016 11:36:00" itv.com Failed Vale candidate apologises after letters sent to deceased residents A failed Vale by-election candidate has apologised after he posted campaign material to deceased residents. Garry Collins says he paid for an electronic list names but was given an extra 206 by accident, some of which had recently passed away. The data Garry Collins says he was mistakenly given an extra 206 names by the Government Election Team.
"27.10.2016 14:40:04" Exclusive: Value of drugs seized in Jersey jumps 190% in two years
"27.10.2016 11:54:42" itv.com Adrian's dad: Now we can move forward and end the ordeal The father of Adrian Lynch has said his family can finally 'move forward' and 'end the ordeal' after the inquest into his death was closed this afternoon. In a statement Danny Lynch and step-mother Sharon Lynch described the 'eight months of torture' they It's after the inquest into the 20-year-old's death was closed this afternoon.
"27.10.2016 11:36:04" itv.com Reports of Potato Peel Pie production in the works Several film websites are reporting 'The Guernsey Literary And Potato Peel Pie Society' is about to go into production. The story is based on tales from the German occupation of Guernsey during WWII and was made into a book in 2008. That year is was Fresh reports that The Guernsey Literary And Potato Peel Pie Society is about to go into production....
"27.10.2016 10:12:08" itv.com Guernsey Police warn cyclists to stay off paths Guernsey Police are warning cyclists to stay off paths, after a number of reports of cyclists being on the pavement instead of the road. PC Nick Boughay has given out penalties for bikes riding on pavements as well as going down no entry routes. He Are you a peeved pedestrian, or are you a cyclist who feels more safe on the paths than the road?
"26.10.2016 15:37:48" Is expanding Heathrow Airport the best option for Jersey?
"26.10.2016 11:46:06" itv.com Gatwick expansion 'would have been better for Jersey' Ports of Jersey say expanding Gatwick Airport would have been better for Jersey, instead of adding a third runway to Heathrow. Yesterday the green light was given to the extension at Heathrow, after years of debate. But, Ports say Gatwick would have been Do you think the third runway at Heathrow will benefit the islands?
"26.10.2016 11:13:13" itv.com Is this your budgie? The GSPCA has just rescued a budgie on the lose in Guernsey and are looking for its owner. They say it was found on Collings Road yesterday and is safe and well at the animal shelter. Dozens of stray pet parakeets, parrots and finches are found every The GSPCA has just rescued a budgie on the lose in Guernsey and are looking for its owner. Let's share and find its home!
"26.10.2016 08:13:27" itv.com Ice rink to return to Fort Regent as organisers make U-turn Skating will return to Fort Regent this winter, despite organisers saying they would have to pull the ice rink. Ice Skate Jersey had said they couldn't compete if there was also skating at the Weighbridge. However, intervention from politicians seems to It's after Ice Skate Jersey previously said they couldn't open the rink if one was also opened at the Weighbridge.
"25.10.2016 16:24:48" itv.com Jersey Chamber of Commerce: Brexit will affect most of the population Jersey's Chamber of Commerce has told ITV News that Brexit will affect 'most of the population' through rising import prices and inflation. It comes as a local coffee shop are increasing prices, after trading became more expensive because the value of They say import costs are already 17% more expensive and the value of sterling will cause inflation too.
"25.10.2016 12:33:32" itv.com Coffee to go up 10p in Jersey after Brexit A local coffee shop chain in Jersey is having to increase prices because of the sterling's drop in value after Brexit. Coopers Tea and Coffee says coffee beans are traded in dollars, which has made it 15% more expensive to buy as the pound has dropped to Coopers is having to make the change as coffee is traded in dollars, making it more expensive as the value of sterling drops.
"25.10.2016 11:27:32" Live with Deputy Carl Meerveld, vice-president of the Committee for Education, Sport & Culture, on his proposals for the future of education in Guernsey. All questions welcome...
"25.10.2016 11:18:25" itv.com Body found in Guernsey marina A body has been found in the water at Beaucette Marina in Guernsey this morning. Police say it's the body of a middle aged man and they are currently working out the cause of death. Police have confirmed the body of a middle aged man has been found in the water at Beaucette Marina.
"25.10.2016 10:33:54" itv.com Halloween goers warned of dangers of costume contact lenses Halloween goers are being warned not to use costume contact lenses, unless they are bought from a professional. At least three people in Jersey suffered eye problems after using them last year. Trading Standards and the Medical Officer in the island have The costume lenses aren't regulated and can cause infection by suffocating the eye.
"25.10.2016 09:14:56" itv.com Seventy new jobs in Jersey at new Charing Cross development Seventy new jobs will be created in Jersey when the new Co-op opens its new development at Charing Cross. The supermarket, part of a £16m development, is expected to open in November 2017. It includes a 5,000 sq ft supermarket and a 93 room Premier Inn hotel.
"25.10.2016 08:34:58" itv.com New campaign to solve town traffic problem Liberty Bus has launched a new campaign telling islanders to be 'part of the solution' for the heavy traffic problem in town. It's part of the #TakeTheLiberty campaign which is about 'taking ownership' of the issue. New bus adverts aim to raise awareness Do you think more people should be getting out of their cars and getting the bus or walking instead?
"24.10.2016 16:58:39" Timeline Photos Are you looking to buy a house in Guernsey, but you've been put off by the high legal costs?
Or have you bought a house and the biggest hurdle was the cost of the legal fees?
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"24.10.2016 14:44:31" itv.com Private party bookings at Hamptonne frozen after noise complaints Jersey Heritage has stopped taking bookings at Hamptonne Country Life Museum after receiving complaints from neighbours. The trust is planning to review the terms of conditions of hire for the venue. A meeting has been planned with local residents to Too noisy for the neighbours...
Have you ever been to a private event at Hamptonne? Would you be disappointed if people couldn't book the venue for parties?
"23.10.2016 12:52:14" Photos from ITV Channel TV's post Guernsey's second Zombie Run took place today.
Here's a few photos from the event:
"23.10.2016 11:05:40" LIVE at the second ever Guernsey Zombie Run. Apologies for dodgy camera work, but I'm trying to film for our bulletin tonight as well as this!
"22.10.2016 12:03:18" itv.com 73-year-old man confirmed as victim in murder case Police have confirmed the person who died in St Helier last night was a 73-year-old man. He was found with what are thought to be multiple stab wounds in Vauxhall Street. A 51-year-old man was detained by armed police at the scene and arrested on suspicion of murder.
"21.10.2016 21:52:24" itv.com BREAKING: Murder investigation in Jersey Police have launched a murder investigation after an incident on Vauxhall Street in St Helier. A man has died from apparent stab wounds and a suspect is in custody.
"21.10.2016 16:52:45" itv.com Guernsey could pardon abolished homosexual offences Guernsey States say they are looking at pardoning anyone charged with now abolished homosexual offences. It follows the UK posthumously pardoning thousands of men charged with the outdated sexual offences. It's a move that has been campaigned for since It follows the UK doing the same for thousands of men this week.
"21.10.2016 15:38:55" We Are Guernsey What do you think of this video from We Are Guernsey to attract business to the island? Would it make you want to live and work there?
"21.10.2016 15:26:47" itv.com B&Q has Sunday trading application turned down B&Q in Jersey has had its application to open for nine Sundays every year turned down. The DIY store already had permission from the Constable of St Helier and has been operating on some Sundays for 'a number of years'. But the company hadn't applied to What do you think, should B&Q be allowed to open for nine Sundays a year?
"21.10.2016 13:03:39" Firefighters tackle van blaze in St Helier Thanks to Kamil Slezakiewicz for this footage of a van fire in St Helier this morning, luckily Jersey Fire & Rescue brought under control.
"21.10.2016 12:50:03" itv.com Constable: All islanders should contribute to Christmas lights St Peter Port's Constable is calling for all islanders to contribute to the cost of town's Christmas lights. Constable Dennis Le Moignan says the Parish is left to cover a huge shortfall in funds every year. This year only £7,000 was raised out of a The Parish is left to cover a huge shortfall in funds every year, do you think it's fair for islanders to pay?
"21.10.2016 09:43:36" itv.com Household items see 2% cost increase The cost of household items in Jersey increased by 2% overall in the last year. The Retail Price Index, which measures inflation, shows the price of housing has gone up by 3% and clothes 2%. There have been some drops in costs too, food has gone down 1% The cost of housing has gone up 3% and alcohol 3%, but food has gone down 1%. Do you feel you have less spare cash?
"21.10.2016 08:38:37" itv.com Van fire in town centre A van burst into flames in Jersey's town centre early this morning. Just before 7am the Fire Service received multiple calls about a vehicle well alight outside Minden Place car park. There were concerns the fire could spread to vehicles and houses Check out the photos of this fire. Luckily it was all brought under control.
"20.10.2016 15:51:42" itv.com Jersey company goes into administration after receiving £400,000 of taxpayers' money A digital technology company that received a loan of £400,000 of Jersey taxpayers' money has gone into administration. Logfiller limited received £400,000 from the Jersey Innovation Fund.
"20.10.2016 10:55:07" itv.com Aurigny: No confidence vote "disappointing" and "unjustified" Airline Aurigny has hit back at the no confidence vote passed by Alderney States last night, calling it "unjustified" and "disappointing".
"20.10.2016 08:33:28" itv.com Black butter making starts today Dozens of volunteers start peeling apples today to help the National Trust make Jersey's favourite speciality: black butter.
"19.10.2016 21:13:42" itv.com Alderney States support vote of no confidence in Aurigny The States of Alderney have overwhelmingly supported a vote of no confidence in Aurigny. The local airline is owned by Guernsey States and recently announced a £4.5m loss for 2016. Politician Steve Roberts brought the vote of no confidence to the States, It was supported overwhelmingly with nine voting for and one abstaining.
"19.10.2016 20:20:33" itv.com Neil Inder wins Vale by-election Neil Inder has won the Vale by-election, with 685 votes. He was 125 votes ahead of Garry Collins, who had the second highest number. Rick Lowe received 317 votes and Simon De La Mare 143. 1724 people voted in the by-election, meaning a turnout of 34%. Mr Neil Inder is Guernsey's newest politician, replacing the late Deputy Dave Jones.
"19.10.2016 15:37:26" itv.com Aurigny bans Samsung smartphone from flights Airliner Aurigny has banned Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 smartphone from its flights, after numerous reports of it catching fire. Samsung has stopped production of the model because of the fire risks they pose. The smartphone has also been banned from aircraft
"19.10.2016 11:06:54" itv.com French Ambassador awards Légion d'honneur to D-Day veteran The French Ambassador to the UK has awarded the Légion d'honneur to a D-Day veteran in Guernsey today during an official visit. William Blair served with the 6th Airborne Division during the Normandy invasion.
"19.10.2016 10:41:22" itv.com A third of 9 and 10-year-olds overweight in Guernsey and Alderney One in three children aged nine and ten are overweight in Guernsey and Alderney, new figures show. Do you think there should be a tax on sugary drinks?
A sugar tax is being considered in Guernsey to reduce child obesity.
"19.10.2016 08:57:55" itv.com Homeowners plagued by swarms of flies Homeowners and businesses in Jersey are being plagued by flies as a result of recent high tides. Swarms have swept up into properties in St. Clement after being drowned out of their breeding grounds. Have you been affected by fly infestations in Jersey?
Swarms have entered houses in St. Clement after the recent high tides have drowned out of their breeding grounds.
"18.10.2016 16:24:50" itv.com 'Tobacco-rise could push sales onto black market', warns tobacconist Amongst the variety of measures taken by the Treasury to balance the islands books in today's Budget announcement, there is a brand new tax on tobacco and a hefty rise in duty on cigarettes. Whereas before the duty on rolling tobacco was nothing, from Whereas before the duty on rolling tobacco was nothing, from January first smokers could face a £1.65 bill on top of the price of a packet.
"18.10.2016 13:09:27" itv.com Jersey's new budget is 'fair' and 'less radical' than previous years Jersey's Budget 2017 is a less radical budget than the previous year, according to the Treasury. For the first time ever, islanders who use rolling tobacco will have to pay an extra £1.65 per packet. The price of booze has gone up too for the second year Jersey's government has announced the budget for next year. There's increases in tobacco and alcohol. Roll-up tobacco will cost an extra £1.65 per packet and litre bottles of spirits will cost an extra 70p. What do you think about the changes?
"18.10.2016 11:28:34" itv.com New Hazard Perception Test introduced in Channel Islands Driving tests across the islands are set to get tougher from the start of next month. A new Hazard Perception Test is being introduced in both Guernsey and Jersey, bringing the Channel Islands in line with the UK system and is in addition to the current A new Hazard Perception Test is being introduced in the Channel islands that first time drivers have to pass before they can take their practical.
Can you remember your driving test? We'd love to hear your stories!!
"18.10.2016 10:28:29" itv.com Bob the diabetic cat finds new home in time for Christmas Bob was found by the GSPCA nearly a year ago and the team were unable to find his original owner. It wasn't long before he was diagnosed with diabetes and after a lot of tests, his health improved. 10 months on and Bob needs a special diet and injections Bob was found by the GSPCA nearly a year ago and the team were unable to find his original owner.
"17.10.2016 14:24:42" itv.com Islanders asked their views on pay rise for Jersey politicians Islanders are being asked whether they would support a pay rise given to certain politicians in Jersey. Do you think Minsters in Jersey should get a pay rise?
Islanders are being asked their views on States Members' salaries.
"17.10.2016 11:53:38" Do you agree with these islanders on the future of school sele... Do you agree with these islanders on the future of school selection in Guernsey?
The Education Committee is urging the States to make a final decision on the issue.
"17.10.2016 10:27:28" itv.com Education Committee want final decision on future of selection system Guernsey States are being urged to make a final decision on whether to scrap the selection system at age 11. The secondary education debate in Guernsey is still raging on.
What do you think should happen? Are you pro or anti-selection? Or do you just think politicians need to make a final decision?
"17.10.2016 08:48:01" itv.com Construction industry consider plans for new levy on developments A new levy on construction in Jersey is being considered by industry members today. The Infrastructure Department is proposing the levy on new developments to help fund affordable housing.
"16.10.2016 12:37:09" itv.com Mother jumps from plane at 10,000 ft to honour son A Jersey mother has proved that love know no bounds after jumping from a plane at 10,000 ft to honour her son who died earlier this year. Wayne Bisson was just 34 when he was tragically killed in a motorcycle accident in America, where he had been living Jersey man Wayne Bisson was headhunted to work for Microsoft and Netflix in the USA, but tragically died there in March.
"16.10.2016 11:25:08" itv.com Inter-island sea and air passengers down 50,000 Ports of Jersey has told ITV News the number of inter-island sea and air passengers is down by 50,000 compared to last year. The company's CEO, Doug Bannister, says there are people who want to come to the island but they are stopped by poor transport Ports of Jersey say they aren't looking at other operators.
"15.10.2016 16:00:35" itv.com Tamba Park owner condemns Weighbridge ice rink The owner of Tamba Park has condemned a new ice rink being set up at the Weighbridge, which has led to the rink at Fort Regent being pulled. Jonathan Ruff says he wants to support local businesses and the owner of Ice Skate Jersey, who he says is Jonathan Ruff says he wants to support local business and the owner of Ice Skate Jersey.
"15.10.2016 11:49:10" itv.com Review into home care after £500k funding cut A scrutiny review is being carried out looking at users of home care after the government announced funding cuts to a local care company. Family Nursing and Home care receives £7m a year from the States and uses some of that to provide affordable home Scrutiny will investigate how a subsequent rise in cost of care will affect users.
"15.10.2016 09:59:00" itv.com Guernsey parish wins RHS award equivalent to 'Leicester winning Premier League' A Guernsey parish has won the RHS's highest possible award, which they say is like 'Leicester winning the Premier League'. St Peters scooped a Gold award in the Champion of Champions category, which confirms its position as 'arguably the cleanest, St Peter's has won the RHS's highest possible award, confirming it as 'arguably the cleanest, greenest and most beautiful small coastal parish in the British Isles'.
"14.10.2016 23:16:33" itv.com Coronation Street's Hilda Ogden, Jean Alexander, dies aged 90 Actress Jean Alexander, best known as Coronation Street's Hilda Ogden, has died aged 90. Alexander, who played the legendary character from 1964 until 1987, died in hospital three days after her 90th birthday. She had been admitted to Southport hospital Coronation Street stalwart, Jean Alexander, known to millions as cleaning lady Hilda Ogden, has died in hospital...
"14.10.2016 17:34:42" itv.com Ana Goncalves named regional Pride of Britain winner Our reporter Hannah Bechelet surprised the ultramarathon runner at the bank she works in to tell her the news this afternoon. Jersey woman Ana Goncalves has won the regional Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Fundraiser of the Year Award.
"14.10.2016 17:02:44" itv.com Durrell 'obvious choice' for inaugural conservation award Durrell has won an inaugural conservation award, from The World Association of Zoos and Aquariums. Judges say the charity was 'the obvious choice,' given its 'oustanding dedication to conservation success.' Judges say the charity was 'the obvious choice,' given its 'oustanding dedication to conservation success.'
"14.10.2016 14:32:31" itv.com Guernsey politician admits calling fellow Deputy 'naive... my dear' was 'probably not' appropriate Deputy David De Lisle has admitted his comments to fellow States Member Emily Yerby were 'probably not' appropriate. During debate in the States Chamber he had called Deputy Yerby 'naive,' adding 'but we will forgive you because of your age, my dear.' The Deputy de Lisle went on to say his comments were 'only tongue in cheek.' Do you think they were fair?
"14.10.2016 10:12:23" itv.com Skills show for islanders considering career path A skills show has been organised to help islanders who may be considering their future career path. The careers fair is being held at Fort Regent and is designed so that event goers can try out different skills, see demonstrations and speak directly with If you could start again would you stick with your current career or choose a new job?
"14.10.2016 08:26:27" itv.com Jersey's population to grow more than a quarter in 30 years Jerseys population will grow by more than a quarter in the next 30 years, if inward migration continues at the same rate - around 1,000 people per year. Figures released by the States suggest nearly 130,000 people could be living in the island by 2035. An Do you think the States have the right policies for controlling the number of people living in the island?
"13.10.2016 16:04:31" itv.com Power cut leaves Alderney without internet or mobile networks Businesses around Alderney were left in limbo today after a power cut caused mobile phone networks and internet links to fail for most of the day.
"13.10.2016 15:13:35" itv.com Young islander becomes top chess player despite living with visual impairment A young islander has become one of the top chess players in the UK, despite living with a visual impairment. Jem Gurner, who came third in the U13 British Chess Championships this summer, has been speaking to ITV News as part of World Sight Day. Jem has Jem Gurner came third in the U13 British Chess Championships this summer.
"13.10.2016 13:05:03" itv.com No ice rink 'very damaging' for Fort Regent Moving the festive ice rink away from Fort Regent would be "very damaging" for the venue, according to the rink's organiser. Ice Skate Jersey have pulled the rink at the Fort after another business was given permission to stage one at the Weighbridge, as
"13.10.2016 11:11:10" itv.com 'Jersey's roads can be dangerous for visually impaired' A new campaign highlighting road safety for people with visual impairments is being introduced in Jersey.
"12.10.2016 15:55:52" itv.com No ice skating at Fort Regent this year There will be no ice rink at Fort Regent in Jersey this Christmas. Organisers, Ice Skate Jersey, have pulled the rink that has been based at Fort Regent for the last three years, due to circumstances 'beyond their control'. It follows the announcement There will be no ice skating at Jersey's Fort Regent this Christmas.
What do you make of the decision?
"12.10.2016 12:10:26" itv.com Jersey porridge sale fundraiser could raise enough to feed 800 children in poverty Islanders have been tucking into a warm treat this morning while helping a good cause. Today is World Porridge Day and the breakfast staple has been sold around St Helier to raise funds for Mary Meals. The charity provides porridge to school children, who Did you enjoy a warm, hearty breakfast for charity this morning?
"12.10.2016 09:51:40" itv.com Jersey Marathon winner likely to be stripped of title It is likely that the winner of this year's Jersey Marathon is to be stripped of his title. It has emerged that Aleksey Troshkin, who won the race on October 2nd, was not eligible to enter the race due to IAAF sanctions placed on Russia, which ban Athletics Weekly reports that Aleksey Troshkin was not eligible to compete, due to IAAF sanctions placed on Russia.
"12.10.2016 09:45:00" itv.com Tamba Park owner hits back at claims development 'will ruin' St Mary and St Lawrence The owner of Tamba Park has hit back at criticism of expansion plans. Johnathan Ruff, who runs the Jersey attraction, says some of the information being circulated in a letter to nearby residents is wrong. He says the letter, which calls on neighbours to A meeting has been arranged for nearby residents to discuss their objections to the expansion plans.
"11.10.2016 16:33:34" itv.com Jersey's new Christmas bonus will available to carers, pensioners and disabled Disabled and low-income islanders will get the Christmas bonus this year as well as some pensioners, after the States decided to help those in most need. The money used to go to any pensioner in Jersey, but the government voted to change the system The Christmas Bonus was nearly scrapped, but it's come back with some changes...
"11.10.2016 14:11:14" itv.com Social Security Minister: 'People can't totally rely on States for support in old age' People 'can't totally rely on the States for support in old age' according to Jersey's Social Security Minister. It comes amid warnings that the pension pot could potentially run out due to the ageing population. Deputy Susie Pinel is asking islanders to It comes after a warning that the pension fund could run out due to an ageing population.
"11.10.2016 10:52:54" itv.com 50 Cent says Jersey teacher rapper 'has flow' Mega international rap star 50 Cent has said a teacher from Jersey, who spontaneously broke out into rap in the classroom, 'actually got some flow'. 24-year-old Christian Foley, who teaches at Cardinal Pole School in Hackney, posted a video of him Remember the Jersey teacher who went viral with his classroom rap? 50 Cent has now picked up on it!
"11.10.2016 08:51:44" itv.com Clown sighting reported in Jersey during 'killer clown' craze Jersey Police received reports last night of a person dressed in a clown costume in the Les Quennevais area. It comes during an international prank craze which has seen 'jokers' dress up to scare members of the public. Officers in Jersey say they couldn't The international craze sweeping the UK has now hit Jersey, following similar reports in Guernsey yesterday.
"10.10.2016 10:33:55" itv.com Aurigny vote of no confidence brought to Alderney States An Alderney politician has again brought a vote of no confidence in Aurigny to Alderney States. Steve Roberts says the loss of two of the airline's aircrafts could potentially leave the island with 'no cover at all'. His requete calls for controlled fares Steve Roberts say the loss of 2 aircraft could leave Alderney with 'no cover' and wants controlled fares - do you agree?
"10.10.2016 09:07:15" itv.com Guernsey Police issue warning during 'killer clown' craze Guernsey Police say they have received reports of people dressing up as clowns, as part of an international craze to scare members of the public. Incidents have been reported in America and the UK of people dressing up and following people and on Friday a The craze has hit Guernsey, after multiple police warnings across the UK.
"09.10.2016 19:37:21" The Channel Archive Fantastic!
How many countries did you get stamped?
"09.10.2016 13:41:48" itv.com Islanders urged to lock homes and cars after spate of thefts Islanders in Guernsey are being urged to lock their doors and windows, after a number of people reported items being stolen. Guernsey Police say motorists should secure their cars as well, to help deter opportunist thieves. Two laptops are among the People are being urged to be vigilant after laptops and other items were taken from homes in St Peter Port.
"08.10.2016 18:00:01" itv.com Christmas lottery jackpot reaches £415,000 The top prize in the Channel Islands Christmas Lottery has now reached £415,000. The top prize increases with ticket sales. As in previous years the jackpot will rise with ticket sales and money raised will be shared between good causes in the Channel Islands.
"08.10.2016 15:37:48" itv.com 'Bus shelters make public transport more appealing' Providing more bus shelters in Jersey will make public transport more appealing to islanders. That's according to the Department for Infrastructure, which wants to install more shelters on various routes in the island. Bus passenger numbers between A Jersey politician says building bus shelters will encourage more islanders to take the bus. What puts you off using public transport?
"08.10.2016 15:20:49" itv.com Construction industry suffers due to lack of development in Guernsey Guernseys construction industry is lagging behind the rest of the economy, according to the latest figures released by the States. A lack of development is… Are lack of large scale development is to blame for the decline or the industry, according to the States.
"07.10.2016 15:38:52" itv.com 'Dementia stops you from doing the things you love', says family member More families than ever are caring for loved ones with dementia in Jersey, according to new statistics. ITV Channel TV visited one family in the island to see how they are coping with a dementia diagnosis. Sarah Brace persuaded her mother to go to the Sarah Brace persuaded her mother to go to the memory clinic after noticing some changes in her behaviour.
"07.10.2016 12:40:14" "I'm just rapping what my pen marks. I don't like your tone, I'm doing this with a board-marker for a microphone!"
This video of a young teacher from Jersey breaking into a freestyle rap session during a poetry lesson has gone
"07.10.2016 10:19:50" Timeline Photos What makes you smile? It's World Smile Day today and we want your pics!
This view outside outside our office still makes us grin... even when the weather's a bit grey!
"06.10.2016 11:38:40" itv.com Clinton's father 'pleased' Millennium Park roads will be assessed The father of three-year-old Clinton Pringle, who was killed in June after being hit by a van, has told ITV News he is pleased the park will be assessed by an independent safety inspector from the UK. Campaigners, who set up to lobby for changes to the Clinton's father 'pleased' Millennium Park roads will be assessed
"06.10.2016 09:19:29" itv.com Civil servants claim flight and hotel expenses on Twickenham trips Jersey States civil servants have been claiming flight and hotel expenses to travel to England to watch England rugby matches at Twickenham. As a sponsor of Jersey Rugby Club the States receives and annual allocation of free tickets for matches - many of Public money has been spent funding trips to watch rugby in the UK, with Jersey civil servants claiming expenses for flights and hotels.
"05.10.2016 11:29:34" itv.com Home buyers call for 'Gazumping' laws saying they're 'held to ransom' by vendors Home buyers in Jersey are calling for a change of law to stop vendors suddenly upping the house price on the day of sale. ITV has heard from islanders who say they were held to ransom a few days before completing the sale at the Royal Court. They say Have you ever been a victim of Gazumping?
It happens when a seller of a property has already accepted one buyer's offer but then goes on to accept a higher offer.
House buyers can see their dream home disappear hours from final exchange agreements.
"05.10.2016 10:17:33" itv.com Freshers' Week fun - Jess settles into life away from home It's the reality for hundreds of island students, who've spent their first few weeks away from home - having made that leap across the Channel to… Watch our special report on starting university.
We have been following islander, Jess Troy, as she leaves home for the first time, settles in to life on campus, makes friends and of course gets down to studying.
"05.10.2016 10:02:22" Have you ever been a victim of Gazumping?
It happens when a seller of a property has already accepted one buyer's offer but then goes on to accept a higher offer. House buyers can see their dream home disappear hours from final exchange agreements.
"04.10.2016 16:40:27" LIVE with Guernsey's President of Policy and Resources Deputy Gavin St. Pier on today's budget release. Do you have any questions for him? We'll try and read them out...
"04.10.2016 15:14:13" itv.com Celebrity Chef John Torode to return for Jersey's Kitchen Inferno Celebrity Chef John Torode is returning to Jersey for the annual Kitchen Inferno competition. The star of TV show Masterchef will host the competition, which will see two teams of novice chefs compete to cook a fine dining menu for 150 guests. The charity event will see two teams of novice chefs compete to cook a fine dining menu for 150 guests.
"04.10.2016 12:24:53" itv.com Islanders to pay more for fuel in Guernsey under latest budget proposals The price of petrol will increase by 5p per litre (8.5%), under proposals released in Guernsey's budget for 2017. It comes alongside proposals to increase the level of personal tax allowances for low and middle earners to £10,000 for a single person. It An 8.5% increase in the price of petrol and 5.6% increase for tobacco are just some of the proposals in Guernsey's new budget.
What do you make of the changes?
"04.10.2016 10:52:30" itv.com Jersey parents struggling to fund children's further education Parents of University students in Jersey are borrowing money, re-mortgaging their homes and even selling property in order to fund their children's further education. The hardships faced by families are among the results of a survey which highlights What do you think about the price of higher education?
In a survey, 32% said they had been forced to tell a child that higher education was not an option because they couldn't afford it.
"04.10.2016 09:24:48" itv.com Jersey restaurants keep Michelin stars Jersey's Michelin Starred restaurants are keeping their coveted titles. The Atlantic Hotel's Ocean Restaurant, Ormer and Bohemia have all retained their stars. The stars are seen as one of the highest honours in the culinary industry.
"04.10.2016 07:41:05" itv.com Jersey parents struggling to fund children's further education Parents of University students in Jersey are borrowing money, re-mortgaging their homes and even selling property in order to fund their children's further education. The hardships faced by families are among the results of a survey which highlights Are you struggling to fund your children's university education? If so we want to hear from you. Leave a comment or send us a private message. A recent survey has found that many local parents are having to borrow money and even sell property to cover the
"04.10.2016 06:45:00" Gavin St Pier responding to criticism from the Association of ... The Association of Guernsey Charities has called the Policy and Resources Committee's decision not to include the introduction of 'Gift Aid' in the 2017 budget as 'a slap in the face to charities'. Here's President of Policy and Resources, Deputy Gavin St
"04.10.2016 06:00:00" Timeline Photos Guernsey's budget for 2017 includes rises in fuel, petrol & alcohol duty above the cost of living:
"04.10.2016 05:30:00" Timeline Photos Guernsey's budget for 2017 is released today, here's some of the headlines:
"03.10.2016 19:07:40" Swimarathon 40 years on Guernsey's Swimarathon turns 40 this year.
Will you be making a splash to raise some cash?
"03.10.2016 11:59:58" itv.com Jersey's Chief Minister to face vote of no confidence A group of 15 backbench States members say they plan to lodge a vote of no confidence against Jersey's Chief Minister, Senator Ian Gorst, following last week's Medium Term Financial Plan (MTFP) debate. That's according… A group of politicians in Jersey plan to lodge a vote of no confidence against the Chief Minister. One deputy involved says they are listening to what the people want.
"03.10.2016 11:28:30" itv.com Ministers to reassess following health charge decision Ministers will go back to the drawing board this week as they try to fill a £15 million financial hole. It comes after the health charge was rejected by Members at the Medium Term Financial Plan (MTFP) debate on Friday. The new policy would have seen How should Jersey's healthcare be funded?
Politicians say the island needs to raise £15 Million a year from 2019 to cope with the costs of an ageing population.
But on Friday members voted against a 1% health tax.
"03.10.2016 09:44:17" itv.com Prince Andrew is visiting Guernsey and Alderney Prince Andrew is visiting Guernsey and Alderney today. His Royal Highness is starting his visit in Alderney and will visit the Maritime Trust to inspect three cannon and other artefacts recovered from the Alderney Elizabethan Wreck - a wreck found in 1977 Prince Andrew will be in Alderney and Guernsey today to visit the Alderney Maritime Trust and Sea Cadets.
"02.10.2016 19:23:56" Photos from ITV Channel TV's post Guernsey boxers Casey De La Mare & Billy Le Poullain have been called up for the Western Counties Team to fight the Navy in Bristol on the 17th October
"02.10.2016 17:26:06" Timeline Photos A conger eel washed up at Vazon in Guernsey this morning. Certainly not a seal. Who would think this was a seal...
Pic: Suzy Rose
"02.10.2016 17:19:45" Watch this footage of Julie Smith presenting the weather in 1999 on Channel Reports! #itvweatherlegends
"02.10.2016 13:51:14" itv.com Jersey Marathon winner narrowly misses out on record The winner of this years Jersey Marathon has complete the course in 2:18:26, 13 seconds shy off the record. Aleksy Troshkin won today's race making it two wins in a row for the Russian. James Faudemer was the first island runner to cross the line. It is The winner of this years Jersey Marathon has completed the course in 2:18:26, 13 seconds shy off the record.
"01.10.2016 17:41:47" itv.com 'Health tax rejection a blow to Jersey's government' The defeat of Jersey's controversial health tax proposal last night is 'a slap in the face' of government, according to one politician. The charge, which aimed to raise £15 million a year, was voted 23 in favour and 23 against, failing to win a majority. After the debate, Deputy Geoff Southern said the Chief Minister will be "gutted" by the defeat.
"01.10.2016 14:50:31" Timeline Photos Blast from the past? Can you guess the year she presented? #itvweatherlegends
"01.10.2016 10:56:15" itv.com Proposed health tax defeated as Jersey States approve MTFP Jersey States have given the green light to £98 million of controversial cuts, however the proposed health tax has been rejected. In the biggest cost-cutting measures the island has seen in a decade, slashes to health, education, as well as new taxes will How will YOU be affected by the MTFP cuts?
Everything you need to know here.
"30.09.2016 15:28:51" itv.com Controversial plans to build on Les Blanches rejected Controversial plans to build homes on Les Blanches in Guernsey have been rejected today. More than 700 islanders signed a petition in an attempt to halt plans for 26 homes on the farmland. More than 50 letters were written to planners, which were heard at The plans faced huge opposition, with over 700 signing a petition and over 50 letters sent to planners.
"30.09.2016 07:44:06" Photos from ITV Channel TV's post This morning a decision will be made on whether to grant planning permission to build on a field at the Ruette Des Blanches in St Martin's in Guernsey.
"29.09.2016 17:25:05" itv.com EXCLUSIVE: Guernsey must do more to address gambling, says addict In an exclusive ITV investigation, a Guernsey gambling addict has said the island's government does not recognise the problem. The islander, who wanted to remain anonymous, so we are calling 'Amanda', has decided to speak out and call for more to be done WATCH: In the first of two special reports 'Amanda' has been talking to our reporter Charlie Frost about the devastating lengths she's gone to to feed her addiction.
"29.09.2016 14:54:49" itv.com BA to stop complimentary snacks & drinks on short haul flights British Airways has announced it will stop serving complimentary snacks on short haul flights, in favour of a menu from M&S. The cut will also include free alcoholic and soft drinks. The airline currently service short haul routes between Jersey and the If you use the airline to get between Jersey and London - no more free food!
"29.09.2016 13:47:31" The Channel Archive Today marks 50 years since the generators were turned on at La Collette Power Station.
Here's our little homage to the place. Bonus points if you can identify which TV show we got inspiration from...
"28.09.2016 17:12:31" A Guernseyman who completed a cross channel swim this week has told ITV news it's one of his proudest moments.
But James Harrison said at points it was also the bleakest, especially when he feared he may not make it, despite being able to see the French
"28.09.2016 10:38:30" itv.com Cuts to teachers salaries in Jersey can now go ahead Plans to cut newly qualified teachers salaries in Jersey can now go ahead. Geoff Southern's amendment to the MTFP to block the cuts has been defeated this morning, by 27-17. It means the salary of newly starting teachers in Jersey could be cut by up to Geoff Southern's amendment to the MTFP, to block the cuts, has been defeated this morning, by 27-17.
"28.09.2016 08:51:59" Timeline Photos More than 2,000 people have signed a petition to reduce flight costs from Guernsey, do you think it's too expensive to get off the island?
"27.09.2016 17:32:04" Is Jersey's tax system fair? Those earning £2m end up paying 7% tax. Jess Dunsdon is asking should the rich pay more?
"27.09.2016 15:07:23" Tour De Sez: The Sarah Groves Foundation A great little preview of the Guernsey-France bike ride in aid of the Sarah Groves Foundation from The Factory Creative Ltd
"27.09.2016 11:47:15" itv.com Independent review into Jersey tax system won't go ahead Politicians in Jersey have just voted against an independent review into the island's tax system. It was proposed by Senator Sarah Ferguson, at a cost of £30,000. Deputy Sam Mezec and Deputy Montfort Tadier voted for the review saying the tax system will The independent review was proposed by Sarah Ferguson who said 'people are using bank loans to pay bills'.
"27.09.2016 11:00:05" itv.com New St Clement-Le Rocquier School path proposed for pupils A new path between St Clement Parish Hall and Le Rocquier School is being proposed so pupils can walk and cycle to school. Constable Len Norman has been working with the school and the Infrastructure Department on the idea. He says residents would also The idea is to create a route for pupils to walk and cycle to school.
"27.09.2016 10:54:41" Islanders in Guernsey who live in the Vale will go to the polls in a by-election on October 19th.
There's four candidates standing: Rick Lowe, Neil Inder, Garry Collins & Simon De La Mare.
Here's what they think the big issues facing the parish are:
"27.09.2016 08:20:24" Timeline Photos Not your average evening traffic on Victoria Avenue in Guernsey.
A herd of cows making their way along the street...
"26.09.2016 16:21:46" itv.com Crash closes coast road in Jersey St Clements Coast Road in Jersey is currently closed, due to a crash. Motorists are being advised to avoid the area.
"26.09.2016 11:49:56" itv.com Guernseyman sets off on cross-channel swim challenge A swimmer from Guernsey is taking on a cross-channel challenge today. James Harrison set off from Dover at around 7am this morning, aiming to complete the swim to France.
"26.09.2016 11:28:38" itv.com Guernsey's Island Plan needs improved policy on glasshouses Guernseys Island Plan should include better policy on derelict glasshouses, according to a private sector planning consultant. What do you think should be done with Guernsey's derelict glasshouses?
"26.09.2016 11:03:12" itv.com Jailed Fautua Otto sacked by Jersey Reds A rugby player, who was today jailed for driving offences, has had his contract with Jersey Reds terminated. The club say they are "very disappointed" with what has happened and say Otto's behaviour falls "well short" of what they expect.
"26.09.2016 10:45:59" itv.com Jersey Reds player jailed for driving while banned A Jersey rugby player has been sentenced to five months in prison, for driving while banned. Fautua Otto has been sacked by Jersey Reds and will serve five months in prison.
"26.09.2016 10:19:25" itv.com States told to increase minimum wage by 3% Jersey's government has been asked to increase the island's minimum wage by 21 pence, to £7.18 per hour. It's the highest increase suggested in eight years.
"26.09.2016 09:42:30" itv.com Minister to be quizzed on Town Park safety Jersey's Minister for Infrastructure will face questions over safety at St Helier's Millennium Town Park in the States today. It follows the death of a three-year-old boy near the park in June.
"26.09.2016 08:44:41" itv.com Jersey States debate filmed for the first time Islanders can watch Jersey States meetings online for the first time this afternoon. As well as being available live, videos of sittings will be put online for six months afterwards.
"25.09.2016 18:00:01" Timeline Photos We're looking to speak to somebody who would like to, or who has tried to develop/demolish a derelict greenhouse in Guernsey tomorrow.
Have you tried to, or would you like to?
Drop us a message!
"25.09.2016 15:52:52" itv.com International Food Festival serves up Guernsey's top dishes Guernsey's international food festival got off to a busy start this weekend.
"25.09.2016 13:38:57" itv.com Alderney hosts 200 French visitors for Cultural Exchange Festival Around 200 French people descended on Alderney this weekend for the twinning and cultural exchange festival. Alderney is twinned with Beaumont Hague.
"25.09.2016 09:00:43" itv.com Male islanders gear up for 'Run4Men' event in Jersey Men and boys in Jersey are gearing up for this year's Run4Men event in order to raise money for Cancer Research UK. Male participants of all ages are invited to take part in the races, which start at Les Jardins de la Mer this morning.
"24.09.2016 12:05:48" itv.com Swissport staff at Jersey airport on strike over pay dispute Ground staff at Jersey Airport are striking today over a pay dispute with employer Swissport. 37 ramp staff, who are involved in assisting aircraft on the ground, are taking part in the 24-hour strike. Last minute talks between union Unite and the company
"24.09.2016 09:51:56" itv.com Street art to highlight regeneration of St Helier Jersey teenagers are being invited to share their views on the future of St Helier as part of a street art project today.
"23.09.2016 15:51:31" itv.com Ground staff strike could affect passengers at Jersey Airport tomorrow Islanders are being warned to expect possible delays at Jersey Airport tomorrow because of a 24-hour strike by ground staff. Thirty seven Swissport employees, who are involved in assisting aircraft on the ground, are striking over an ongoing pay dispute. Swissport employees are striking over a pay dispute.
"23.09.2016 15:22:08" itv.com Easyjet pilots overwhelmingly back industrial action Easyjet pilots have overwhelmingly backed industrial action in a dispute over tiredness. Roughly 2,000 pilots at the budget airline were balloted over concerns that rising levels of fatigue represent 'serious health and safety concerns'. The airline It's part of a row over tiredness. The airline services many Jersey/UK routes.
"23.09.2016 14:32:08" itv.com Teachers 'tearful' and 'in disbelief' at Guernsey education debate U-turn Local teachers in Guernsey have told ITV News they are 'tearful' and 'in disbelief' over news that the States could make a U-turn on a decision to change the school system. The previous government voted to lose 11+ selection and move to a one school Politicians will again debate already approved plans to scrap the 11+, after the Education Committee admitted they can't agree.
"23.09.2016 12:32:54" itv.com Prince Edward gets stuck in during Jersey visit The Earl of Wessex, Prince Edward, is making a royal visit to the Channel Islands to meet young people doing their Duke of Edinburgh Award. His Royal Highness is a trustee of the scheme and hold a Gold Award himself. He'll be visiting Guernsey, Alderney See everything Prince Edward has been up to today while meeting youngsters doing D of E in Jersey.
"23.09.2016 11:08:36" itv.com 'New health charge could be avoided' The proposed health charge for islanders in Jersey could be avoided if the States scrap long standing vacant positions, according to a new scrutiny report. The Corporate Services Scrutiny Panel say the current vacancy level is 'very high'. A Scrutiny Panel says the States could save £35m by cutting vacant jobs, to avoid a new health charge on islanders.
"23.09.2016 09:43:48" HRH Prince Edward is at the Queen's Jubilee Activity Centre meeting islanders who are doing their Duke of Edinburgh Award
"23.09.2016 08:53:17" itv.com Guernsey education decision could come in November The future of Guernsey's education system could finally be decided as early as this November. The Education Committee has announced they are putting together a policy letter and want a decision made 'as soon as possible'. They will be asking the States to The Education Committee will be asking the States ASAP to make a final decision and and whatever is decided will be carried out 'without delay'.
"22.09.2016 17:25:01" itv.com WATCH: £200M super yacht in Channel Island waters Weve been getting up close to one of the biggest super yachts in the world. Yesterday Awas off the coast of Guernsey, while today she has been in St Aubins Bay. The £200M vessel is owned by a Russian billionaire. Yesterday the giant was in Guernsey waters and today in St Aubin's Bay.
"22.09.2016 17:01:35" itv.com More than 100 people ride in memory of Klaire More than a hundred islanders have taken part in a motorbike ride in memory of a Jerseywoman, who was killed in a crash in Germany. Around 150 bikers, as well as 15 cars turned out for the Ride for Klaire. Riders and drivers were paying their respects to Riders and drivers were paying their respects to Klaire Garnier, who died last week at the age of 22.
"22.09.2016 16:27:15" itv.com Guernsey police concerned for missing man Guernsey Police are concerned for the welfare of a 45-year-old man. Carl Crowson was last seen in the area of L'Aumone Estate, at around midday today. He is described as about 5 ft 8 in height, slim build with long greyish hair. He was last seen wearing a 45-year-old Carl Crowson was last seen in the area of L'Aumone Estate, at around midday today.
"22.09.2016 13:36:44" itv.com Dog shelter in St Mary rejected by planning authorities Jerseys Planning Department has rejected plans to build a multi-million pound dog shelter in St Mary. The JSPCA wanted to re-develop disused farm buildings, because its current shelter on St Saviours Road is not big enough to comfortably house the number The proposed facility, which was set to cost £5 million, proved controversial with nearby residents.
"22.09.2016 11:58:27" itv.com Jersey States spend more than £3.5m on settlements A Freedom of Information request by ITV News has revealed Jersey States spent more than £3.5m on settlement agreements in 2015. Also known as compromise agreements, they normally happen when an employer pays staff to not bring legal claims against them. What do you think of the amount of public money being spent paying people off?
"22.09.2016 11:37:36" itv.com Car windscreen and lights smashed on West Hill Jersey Police are appealing for witnesses after a car windscreen and rear lights were smashed on West Hill. The damage is thought to have been caused between 5:30pm and midnight on Wednesday. The vehicle is described as being silver in colour. Police are The damage is thought to have been caused between 5:30pm and midnight on Wednesday.
"22.09.2016 10:10:56" itv.com BLOG: Autumn Equinox... but do we need the heating on? Its that time of the year when many recognise that the seasons are changing... Its the Autumn Equinox. How it happens... The sun passes the equator - moving from the northern to southern hemisphere, and hence many regard this as the first day of the Sophia Bird explains the Autumn Equinox and how we'll notice the effects.
"22.09.2016 09:44:05" LIVE taking a look at mega yacht A moored off Jersey.
"22.09.2016 09:33:51" itv.com 'Urgent' need for Jersey Marathon marshals Organisers of the Standard Chartered Jersey Marathon say they are in urgent need of more volunteers to help provide a safe race on October 2nd. 2,000 people have signed up to compete in the marathon and relay race, with hundreds coming from outside of the 2,000 people have signed up to run the course next month.
"22.09.2016 09:09:11" Timeline Photos Controversial plans to build 26 homes at the Ruette Des Blanches in St Martin's have been recommended for approval by Guernsey's planners.
The application will be considered by Guernsey's Development and Planning Authority on Friday 30th September at an
"21.09.2016 17:26:39" itv.com Meet an islander making the big move to University... Hundreds of islanders are packing their bags ahead of a big move to University. It's a nervous time for students, as well as parents, as many teenagers fly the nest for the first time. We've begun following one Jersey girl on her journey to University. At It's a nervous time for students, as well as parents, as many teenagers fly the nest for the first time.
"21.09.2016 17:11:41" itv.com Carers walk 5 islands in 5 days for Guernsey Cheshire Home Two carers from the Guernsey Cheshire Home have completed a gruelling '5 islands in 5 days' challenge. Gerda Cirule and Vicky Okulevica walked more than 100 miles around Jersey, Alderney, Herm, Sark and Guernsey. They finished the walk at the Guernsey Gerda Cirule and Vicky Okulevica walked more than 100 miles around Jersey, Alderney, Herm, Sark and Guernsey.
"21.09.2016 13:31:31" itv.com 'Big, gay wedding bells in Guernsey next year' Members of equality charity, Liberate, have given their reaction to States Members approving the same-sex marriage law. The legislation, which will enable same-sex couples to marry in the island once enforced, was passed 33 votes to 5. Members of Liberate Members of equality charity Liberate have given their reaction after politicians approved same-sex marriage legislation.
"21.09.2016 12:34:46" Timeline Photos Guernsey's States has voted to legalise same-sex marriage.
Deputies voted 33-5 in favour of approving the legislation, with Deputy Jeremy Smithies absent from the Chamber.
"21.09.2016 10:49:08" itv.com £200M yacht in Guernsey's Little Russel A 200 million pound superyacht is sailing in Guernsey's Little Russel. The 390ft vessel, which belongs to a Russian billionaire, boasts three swimming pools, a rotating bed and helipad. Owner Andrey Melnichenko, 44, is said to have made his fortune in the The 390ft superyacht belongs to a Russian billionaire.
"21.09.2016 09:07:54" itv.com Cyclist taken to hospital in Guernsey after crash with car A cyclist has been taken to hospital after being involved in a crash with a car this morning. It happened on Chemin Le Roi in the Forest. Motorists were asked to avoid the area while emergency services were on the scene, but the route has since been It happened on Chemin Le Roi in the Forest.
"21.09.2016 08:50:27" itv.com Man taken to hospital after crash on Inner Road A man's been taken to hospital following a crash on St Aubin's Inner Road this morning. Police were called to the scene at around 8am. Officers then closed the road. The 39-year-old man was driving a white Hyundai, which collided with a blue Range Rover. The road was closed througout the morning rush hour.
"21.09.2016 07:44:31" Timeline Photos No that isn't a submarine out in the Little Russell, in front of Herm, it's a Russian super yacht called 'A'
"20.09.2016 16:42:25" itv.com Guernsey Island Development plan 'absolutely bonkers' A leading Guernsey architect has slammed the proposed Island Development Plan as absolutely bonkers in a letter to Deputies. The plan will set out the rules for future commercial and housing developments, agricultural and biodiversity zoning, for the next A leading Guernsey architect has slammed the proposed Island Development Plan
"20.09.2016 16:25:38" itv.com Row between Deputies and Guernsey Education staff 'cannot continue' The Chief Executive of Guernsey States says a row between Deputies and civil servants working within the Education Department cannot continue. There will now be a review of support measures in place to deal with what he calls a disconnect. His comments The relationship between the new Committee for Education and staff working within the department has been described as 'strained.'
"20.09.2016 15:08:03" itv.com Civil servants protest in Jersey's Royal Square More than a hundred civil servants in Jersey have taken part in a protest, as part of an on-going pay dispute. Nearly 800 civil servants voted in favour of industrial action earlier this year, after accusing the States of failing to engage in serious More than 800 civil servants backed industrial action earlier this year, in an ongoing dispute over pay.
"20.09.2016 11:03:46" itv.com Jersey States to set up independent body dedicated to sport Jerseys government is set to create an independent body, focused on sport, next year. The move comes with the States keen to build on current success but also anticipating a series of challenges in the years ahead. One of those - an ongoing issue - will The body will have a number of aims to help improve sport in the island. How do you feel about the plan? Do you think our local sporting talent needs more support?
"20.09.2016 10:36:32" itv.com Live bomb found on Jersey beach A live German shell has been found on St Ouens Bay in Jersey. It was discovered by someone with a metal detector yesterday, around six inches into the sand. A bomb disposal officer was called to the scene and the shell was safely… It was found yesterday by two people with metal detectors.
"20.09.2016 09:54:31" itv.com 'Job match' event to pair Jersey jobseekers with employers A job match event is being held tomorrow to help unemployed islanders back into paid work. The event, put on by States run Back to Work aims to pair jobseekers with suitable employers. It ahead of an eight week trial period, where the the wages and Social The event, put on by States run 'Back to Work,' aims to pair unemployed islanders with suitable job roles.
"19.09.2016 17:09:12" itv.com Tamba Park owner 'open to ideas' for site The owner of Tamba Park says hes keen to hear peoples ideas of how to improve the attraction. Jonathan Ruff has released details of a £12 million expansion plan. If approved by planning authorities the proposals would see… Ice skating, karting, mini golf and bowling are among the activities that could be on offer at the park if expansion plans are approved. But what would you like to see there?
"19.09.2016 16:13:58" itv.com Competition watchdog to question Blue Islands/Flybe franchise Flybe and Blue Islands are facing a series of questions over their franchise agreement and the impact it is having on passengers flying between Jersey and Guernsey. The Channel Islands competition regulator has written an open letter, challenging the CICRA is asking the airlines how the franchise is beneficial to its passengers.
"19.09.2016 14:54:40" itv.com Six Jersey swimmers create history A group of six Jersey swimmers have broken the record for the quickest round island relay swim. Simon Militis, Dan Halksworth, Stefan McGreevy, Tom Gallichan, JJ Gallichan and Phil Labey completed the challenge in 8 hours 52 minutes, which is more than 30 The relay team knocked 30 minutes off the previous record held for a round island swim.
"19.09.2016 14:32:21" itv.com Fort Regent cable cars wanted for Jersey Heritage exhibition They were once an iconic part of Jersey's skyline but are no longer so easy to find. Hundreds of islanders and tourists used the iconic cable cars to travel to Fort Regent in St Helier, but they were sold off once the route was closed down. Now Jersey Did you get one of the iconic cable cars after they were taken down? Would you be happy to lend it to Jersey Heritage?
"19.09.2016 13:58:43" itv.com Pride goers 'very generous with donations' Organisers of Jersey's Pride event say people who attended were 'very generous' with donations. Money raised at Saturday's event in St Helier goes to the equality charity, Liberate. 5,000 people joined a parade through the town to Weighbridge Place, where Around 5,000 people attended the event in St Helier on Saturday.
"19.09.2016 09:17:53" itv.com Guernsey Millionaire in hospital after coming off 'world's fastest motorbike' A millionaire businessman from Guernsey has been airlifted to hospital after coming off the fastest motorbike Zef Eisenberg was riding the… A spokesperson says Zef Eisenberg is getting 'the very best care' at a hospital in Leeds.
"18.09.2016 12:33:44" itv.com Huge £12m expansion planned for Jersey's Tamba Park Plans for Jersey's "biggest indoor entertainment area since Fort Regent" are being submitted for Tamba Park. The attraction has released the details of its new proposals, including an 80,000 sq ft indoor activity area.
"18.09.2016 09:18:23" itv.com Police warning after car saved from rising tide Jersey police have issued a tide warning, after they saved a car from being engulfed by the sea. Officers say the red vehicle, which was parked on a slipway, was "saved in the nick of time".
"17.09.2016 16:29:01" itv.com In pictures: Jersey Pride 2016 Thousands of people marched in St Helier today for Jersey's second Pride event. Take a look at our gallery of pictures from Jersey's Pride parade.
"17.09.2016 15:03:31" itv.com Pride 2016: David's story Thousands of people are taking part in the second ever Pride parade in Jersey today. David says being part of last year's Pride gave him the confidence he needed to tell people about his sexuality. Watch his story here...
"17.09.2016 11:59:06" Live from Jersey Pride!
"16.09.2016 11:37:11" itv.com Jersey public could be asked whether Government Ministers should be scrapped A Jersey Deputy wants the public to have a say on whether the island should continue with the current structure of government. St Helier Deputy, Judy Martin, has lodged a proposition to be debated in the States. She's calling for a referendum to be held Do you think a referendum should be held to allow islanders to decide on the structure of the States? Or are you happy with the current system?
"16.09.2016 11:30:09" itv.com St Helier Constable: Town Park safety report due next week The Constable of St Helier has said the police report into road safety at Town Park is due to be finalised next week. The review was sparked by the death of a three-year-old boy who died after being hit by a car there. Constable Simon Crowcroft has Constable Crowcroft says any recommendations will be 'properly and carefully considered'.
"16.09.2016 09:47:56" itv.com Smoke seen coming from a plane landing in Guernsey Smoke could be seen coming from a plane in Guernsey this morning as it landed on the airport runway. In a statement officials from the airport say locked wheels were the problem with the Flybe aircraft, which had come from Exeter. After a brief assessment Engineers at Guernsey airport are working on the aircraft.
"15.09.2016 16:41:14" itv.com Car crashes into plant pot after being hit by an apple Jersey Police are appealing for witnesses after apples were thrown at passing cars on Longueville Road in Jersey. One of the vehicles crashed into a wooden planter on the side of the road after having been hit first by an apple. Minor damage was caused to Jersey Police are appealing for witnesses.
"15.09.2016 15:58:29" itv.com Doubts over Guernsey's Christmas lights parade There are concerns for this years Christmas lights switch on parade in St Peter Port, which is facing a major funding crisis. St Peter Port parish officials say they cannot afford to contribute as much as they have in previous years. It means… The Parish of St Peter Port does not want to continue to put £40,000 towards funding the event each year.
"15.09.2016 15:40:28" itv.com Young woman 'shaken and distressed' after assault near Merton Hotel in Jersey A young woman has been left shaken and distressed following an assault near the Merton Hotel. She is said to have been verbally and physically…
"15.09.2016 13:40:01" itv.com Pedestrians claim space from the road on Conway Street The pavement on Conway Street is being made wider, to help cater for the number of pedestrians who use it. Conway Street links the pedestrianised areas of King Street and Liberation Square. A recent survey has shown that more than 2,000 pedestrians use It follows a campaign by group Jersey in Transition, which was supported by St Helier's Constable.
"15.09.2016 13:11:49" itv.com Jersey Police looking forward to Pride Jersey Police says the force is looking forward to the islandPride event on Saturday. A police patrol car has been given a makeover for the event, which will include a parade through St Helier on Saturday afternoon. The 2015 Pride, which was a first for States of Jersey Police have swapped squares for rainbow stripes ahead of this weekend's Pride event.
"15.09.2016 12:20:20" itv.com Nominations open for Vale by-election Nominations for the Vale by-election have opened today, following the death of Deputy Dave Jones in July. The nominations window will close on 23rd September. The by-election will be held on the 19th October. Vale residents who registered on the electoral Candidates have until next Friday to throw their hats into the ring ahead of the by-election next month.
"15.09.2016 10:41:32" itv.com Jersey's 16 Costcutter stores to be sold to SandpiperCI Jerseys Costcutter stores are set to be sold to retailer SandpiperCI. If the competition regulator, CICRA, gives the go-ahead, SandpiperCI hopes to conclude the 16-store deal by the end of November. The retailer promises the takeover will… No jobs are set to be lost as a result of the takeover.
"15.09.2016 10:04:45" itv.com Jersey's Waterfront Masterplan to be reviewed The Masterplan for St Helier's Waterfront is being reviewed. It will look at the six objectives in the current masterplan and consider if they are still relevant. Those objectives are: Do you think the States currently have the right ideas when it comes to improving St Helier's Waterfront?
"15.09.2016 09:54:17" itv.com Islanders told not to 'focus on salary' of new States financial advisor Islanders have been told not to focus on the salary and workload of a new advisor to Guernsey States, but to appreciate the 'calibre' of the person appointed. Peter Sedgwick is the new independent chair of Guernsey's Financial Stability Advisory The public have been asked to appreciate the 'calibre' of the person appointed, rather than look at their pay and workload.
"15.09.2016 09:29:21" itv.com Keys from Titanic among items auctioned by Jersey collector A set of keys from the Titanic, which were previously owned by a Jersey collector, has sold for twice the estimate at auction. David Gainsborough Roberts put the set of four up for auction at Christies in London. The keys, which are thought to have David Gainsborough Roberts sold four things for a collective £100,000.
"14.09.2016 16:40:52" Will the thunderstorms continue tonight?
"14.09.2016 14:03:10" itv.com 'Drinking nearly cost me my life', says former alcoholic A former alcoholic has told ITV News that more need to be done to tackle alcohol abuse in Guernsey. It has been revealed that excessive drinking cost the States £21M last year. A new report has been released focusing on everything from policing alcohol Russell Le Conte's drinking days are now behind him, but his past of too many pints ending in prison is not unusual in Guernsey.
Last year almost half of jail sentences given out in the Bailiwick were alcohol-related.
"14.09.2016 11:09:16" itv.com Will the thunder and lightning continue? Sophia has the latest The last 24 hours have given islanders something to talk about! Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are awash with footage and photos of the thundery weather that has passed close, around and over the islands. It all started yesterday when warm weather Have a look at these amazing pictures of the thunder and lightning captured by our viewers!
Our weather presenter Sophia Bird says unstable conditions will continue to creep across the islands over the next 24 hours.
"14.09.2016 10:40:57" itv.com 169 new properties approved in St Helier Plans to build 169 new properties in the north of St Helier have been approved. The new build would also include 4 commercial units, 200 parking spaces and a community facility. The development had been rejected but that was overturned on appeal. The Plans to build 169 new properties in the north of St Helier have been approved.
The development had been rejected but that was overturned on appeal.
What do you think about this? Do we need more property in Jersey?
"13.09.2016 20:35:43" The Channel Archive In colour! Escaped penguins, Teletext, Sealink Ferries, Fort Regent and the pedestrianisation of King Street all feature in this edition of The Channel Time Tunnel. But what was the year? Something from our archive department. But do you know the year?
"13.09.2016 11:50:41" The thunderstorms have arrived! Sophia has this live update
"13.09.2016 11:33:09" itv.com Jersey's Senatorial by-election cost States minimum of £32K An ITV News Freedom Of Information request has revealed that Jersey's recent Senatorial by-election cost the tax payer a minimum of 32K. The election was prompted by the resignation of Zoe Cameron in June. The break down of the costs are as follows: £12,000 alone was spent on filming.
"12.09.2016 13:24:11" itv.com Bichon Free: dog rescued from seven inch cavity A Jersey dog had to be rescued by the fire service after getting wedged between two walls. Six-year-old Bella, a Bichon Frise, got stuck in the cavity five feet below ground while chasing her ball. Bella the Bichon Frise got stuck in between two walls, five foot below the ground after chasing her ball.
"12.09.2016 11:30:11" itv.com Two stray snakes found in Guernsey Has your pet snake gone missing? If so, it could be one of these two. The GSPCA say they have found two snakes in as little as two weeks on the island. The first, Pollyana, was found near St Saviour's Reservoir nearly two weeks ago and another, Boey, was Do you recognise Boey or Pollyana?
The GSPCA say they have found two snakes in as little as two weeks on the island.
"12.09.2016 09:42:21" Timeline Photos Did you celebrate Pride in Guernsey this weekend? We'd love to see your pictures! Send them to us on Facebook or by email email@example.com
"11.09.2016 13:21:30" itv.com Hundreds of cars gather for world record attempt in Guernsey Hundreds of Fiat and Abarth 500's took over North Beach Car Park this morning, as part of a world record attempt. A local car enthusiast teamed up with Le Mont Garage to host the gathering, with the aim to get as many of car models in one space at one A local car enthusiast teamed up with Le Mont Garage to host the gathering, with the aim to get as many Fiat and Abarth 500's in one space at one time.
"11.09.2016 09:37:48" itv.com Nine firefighters respond to waste plant fire The Jersey Fire and Rescue Service has been dealing with a rubbish fire at La Collette Waste Plant this morning. Two fire engines with nine firefighters were called to the plant at 7:00am. Nobody was injured in the incident, but it did take crews up to The team had to use a special thermal imaging camera to locate the source of the fire.
"10.09.2016 18:30:28" itv.com 'I'm just so proud', says Pride organiser Hundreds of people have been celebrating sexual equality in Guernsey today, as the island hosted Pride for the first time ever. The parade kicked off this afternoon at Candie gardens, and then snaked its way through the streets of St Peter Port, finishing The rain didn't stop hundreds from attending Pride in Guernsey today!
"10.09.2016 16:06:11" Timeline Photos Market Square is packed for Pride!
"10.09.2016 14:43:21" Live at Guernsey Pride Parade
"10.09.2016 14:18:13" Photos from ITV Channel TV's post It's the first Guernsey Pride!
"10.09.2016 13:49:12" itv.com Guernsey hosts Pride for the first time The streets in St Peter Port will be filled with colour later today, for the islands first ever Pride event. Celebrations will kick off in Candie Gardens this afternoon and see a parade move to Market Square where the fun is expected to continue late into Are you celebrating Pride in Guernsey today? If so send us your pictures! Please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
"09.09.2016 16:54:11" itv.com Some Jersey youngsters don't know they're eligible to vote A number of young islanders have told ITV News they did not know they were eligible to vote in the Senatorial by-election. Less than 20% of the electorate used their vote on Wednesday, which saw Sarah Ferguson elected back into the States Assembly. The Do you think enough is being done to engage young people in Jersey politics?
"09.09.2016 15:55:56" itv.com Police appeal for witnesses after man hit by car in Jersey Jersey Police are appealing for witnesses after a pedestrian reported being hit by a car. They are said to have been left with minor injuries following the crash, which happened in the early hours of Monday 29th August on La Route De Liberation near the He is said to have been left with minor injuries.
"09.09.2016 13:04:26" itv.com Jersey's new Senator says 'Royal Square bubble' put people off voting Jerseys new Senator says islanders feeling out of touch with government could be a reason behind a low turn out of voters on Wednesday. Senator Sarah Ferguson has been officially sworn into the States today, after collecting 3,649 votes in the Less than a fifth of islanders on the electoral roll used their vote on Wednesday.
"09.09.2016 12:02:40" itv.com Schedule of events for Guernsey Pride There will also be two Pride movie nights in the week; People are expected to gather in Candie Gardens tomorrow from 2pm, ahead of the parade through St Peter Port at 3.30pm.
"09.09.2016 10:16:35" itv.com Sing with Jersey Hospice Care A Jersey charity is hoping it can set up a community choir. Jersey Hosice Care says it would be open to anyone who lives singing, regardless of their ability. Its hoped the group can include patients, their families, carers, staff, volunteers and members The charity is hoping to set up a choir with patients, their families, charity volunteers and members of the community.
"08.09.2016 22:32:04" itv.com Jersey's underpass closed after car crashes into wall Jersey's underpass is currently closed, after a car crashed into the harbour wall. Three people were inside the vehicle, all of whom escaped without serious injuries.
"08.09.2016 22:08:52" itv.com Channel Island air displays: Your pictures The sun was shining today for a spectacular display over Channel Island skies. Thanks to everyone who has sent us their photos. There have been some truly spectacular ones.
Take a look at our gallery...
"08.09.2016 17:48:21" Timeline Photos Arrows over the islands...
Thanks to Tim Alban for the photo.
"08.09.2016 15:37:15" Red Arrows live in Jersey
"08.09.2016 14:46:34" Timeline Photos Pride is nearly here!
Are you going to be doing something special at Guernsey's parade on Saturday?
We're looking to film with a group of people in the lead up to the event. Contact us: email@example.com or call on 01534480525.
"08.09.2016 14:07:56" itv.com 'Change needs to happen now', says Clinton Pringle's father The father of a three year old who died after being hit by a car in Jersey has described a lack of safety improvements as an 'insult' to his son's death. Clinton Pringle was involved in a collision at Millennium Park, where some say there is confusion A police investigation is ongoing and signs have been put up since, but Clinton's father says it's not enough.
"08.09.2016 11:53:58" The Red Arrows in Guernsey continued
"08.09.2016 11:51:46" The Red Arrows in Guernsey
"08.09.2016 11:05:17" The Breitling Wingwalkers at Guernsey Air Display
"08.09.2016 10:32:42" Will wind affect the air displays today in the Channel Islands? Sophia has the answer!
"07.09.2016 22:35:58" itv.com Christian May apologises to supporters after by-election result Christian May has apologised to supporters after he failed to win Jerseys Senatorial seat. He came third in the polls, after Sarah Ferguson and Deputy Sam Mezec. 2018 islanders gave May their vote. He took to social media shortly after the declaration to "My apologies to any supporters who feel let down tonight" - Christian May says sorry on social media.
"07.09.2016 22:12:36" itv.com 3649 islanders vote Sarah Ferguson back into Jersey Senatorial seat Sarah Ferguson has been voted back into Jerseys States Assembly, following a narrow victory in the by-election. Ferguson, who has been Senator before but suffered a narrow defeat in the 2014 election, took an early lead when results from the by-election It was a narrow victory for Sarah Ferguson, who beat Deputy Sam Mezec by 131 votes.
"07.09.2016 21:17:08" Timeline Photos Sarah Ferguson voted back into Jersey's States Assembly, after a narrow victory in the by-election.
There were little more than 100 votes between her and Deputy Sam Mezec.
Both were vying for the Senatorial seat left vacant by Dr Zoe Cameron in July.
"07.09.2016 20:23:45" Timeline Photos Former Senator Sarah Ferguson is the poll topper in Jersey's by-election.
She's been most popular in all but one of the parishes that have declared so far.
"07.09.2016 17:15:59" itv.com WATCH: 'Keeping Mum Part 2' - ITV News puts a spotlight on postnatal depression A special study by ITV News, and a charity that helps new mums, has spoken to a thousand mothers across the UK and Channel Islands. Some parents have told us about their experience living with a condition called postnatal anxiety. The ITV News survey New mums have been telling us about their experience living with a condition called postnatal anxiety.
"07.09.2016 16:49:17" Photos from ITV Channel TV's post They're here!
The Red Arrows have arrived in Jersey ahead of their displays in the islands tomorrow.
They'll be in the skies above Guernsey from 12:50pm and in Jersey from 4:40pm.
"07.09.2016 15:16:22" itv.com JT forced to lower landline call charges JT customers could soon be paying less to make calls from their home phones in Jersey. Its after the Competition Watchdog, CICRA, told the firm its current prices are 13% too high. The regulator will cap prices from the beginning of 2017, using the Retail The competition watchdog, CICRA, says customers are currently paying 13% much.
"07.09.2016 13:56:58" itv.com Nearly 300 people vote for Senator at Town Hall Nearly 300 islanders cast their vote for Senator at Jersey's Town Hall before 2pm. Officials at the polling station said 298 people had been to the ballot box, while 133 made their choice by pre-poll voting. There were also a number of… A further 133 votes have been collected in pre-poll voting.
"07.09.2016 11:16:14" Photos from ITV Channel TV's post Thanks to everyone who's been sending us lovely plane pictures for Sophia to use in her weather forecast. Do keep them coming in! Here are some of our favourites so far...
"07.09.2016 11:04:18" itv.com Jersey and Guernsey air displays Thousands of spectators will look to the skies above Jersey and Guernsey on Thursday 8th of September for the annual air displays. Both events culminate with displays from the Red Arrows. A handy guide for anyone looking to the skies tomorrow, including schedules of events in both islands.
"07.09.2016 09:07:44" itv.com Charities awarded with Collas Crill Round Island Walk money Jerseys Lieutenant Governor, His Excellency General Sir John McColl, has presented 17 local charities with a share of the funds raised by the Collas Crill Round Island Walk. A record breaking 1,200 people attempted the 48 mile challenge in June 2016, with 17 local charities have been given a share of the £100,000 raised in this year's challenge.
"07.09.2016 08:30:38" itv.com Islanders head to the polls for by-election Voters in Jersey will today decide who will be the islands next senator. Polling stations open at 8am and will close tonight at 8pm, for the Senatorial by-election. Eleven candidates are standing for the role, made vacant after Dr Zoe Cameron's 11 candidates are hoping to be elected as a Jersey Senator. A seat was made vacant after Dr Zoe Cameron resigned in July.
"07.09.2016 07:13:28" Timeline Photos The Red Arrows are due to arrive in the islands at 5:15 this afternoon. They'll be touching down at Jersey Airport ahead of tomorrow's displays in Jersey and Guernsey. Look out ... They like to make an entrance!
"06.09.2016 19:33:14" Nighttime air display in St Peter Port
"06.09.2016 16:59:33" itv.com Teenager to be transferred to Southampton after crash in Guernsey A teenager is in a stable condition in hospital in Guernsey, after being involved in a collision with a car. The 15-year-old girl was walking on Braye Road yesterday afternoon when the crash happened. Its understood she will travel to Southampton hospital The 15-year-old girl is said to be in a stable condition in hospital.
"06.09.2016 16:34:05" itv.com WATCH: 'Keeping Mum' - ITV News put a spotlight on postnatal depression Its an illness that affects thousands of new mothers across the British Isles. But many of them say they are still not getting the right help and support and too often, they don't feel they can even talk about it. This week, ITV News is shining a 1 in 10 Jersey mums suffer with postnatal depression, according to the island's health department.
"06.09.2016 15:31:54" Timeline Photos Can you help? Our Sophia's looking for a child to do a lovely plane themed picture, which she can use to end the weather forecast with on Thursday after the air display.
You can email them to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop them in to ITV Channel HQ at
"06.09.2016 14:56:31" itv.com Olivia the turtle released into the wild A turtle, who was nursed back to health by the GSPCA, has been released into the wild in Gran Canaria. Olivia, the loggerhead, was found extremely weak and with a number of injuries in March. She then spent a month in a rehabilitation centre in Gran A turtle, who was nursed back to health by the GSPCA, has been released in Gran Canaria.
"06.09.2016 14:41:08" itv.com St Helier Constable could be forced to meet road safety campaigners after toddler's death A group, campaigning for changes to the roads around Jerseys Millennium Town Park, says its taken new measures to encourage action. It follows the death of 3-year-old Clinton Pringle, who was hit by a car near the park in June. Campaigners have now A group of campaigners wants to force a meeting with the town Constable to discuss road safety concerns.
"06.09.2016 13:53:56" itv.com BA passengers encouraged to check-in online after IT glitch Jersey airport is asking all passengers flying with British Airways to check-in online if possible. The airlines check-in system went down this morning, due to an IT glitch. Although all of its flights out of Jersey ran to schedule, passengers at larger British Airways says the issues have now been resolved but officials from the airline are advising passengers to check-in online where possible.
"06.09.2016 11:43:21" itv.com Pay rise for Guernsey's lowest paid? Guernseys lowest paid workers could be set to get a pay rise, if the States agree to increase the island;s minimum wage. The Committee for Employment &Social Security wants the Assembly to agree a rise of 35p per hour for adults and 40p an hour for 16 and The States are being asked to agree an increase of 40p per hour for 16 and 17-year-olds and 35p for adults.
"06.09.2016 10:49:11" itv.com Guernsey Deputies to be quizzed on waste strategy Guernsey Deputies are to be questioned on the islans waste strategy, following concerns about delays and potential financial implications of the plans. The Scutiny Panel says the revised Waste Strategy was approved by the States' in 2012, but Scrutiny to ask politicians why implementing the waste strategy is taking so long.
"06.09.2016 10:04:19" itv.com Catching bass could be banned in Jersey Further steps to protect Jersey's bass stocks are being proposed by the Minister for the Environment, who says there's a 'real possibility' catching bass could eventually be banned. Currently, Deputy Steve Luce is proposing a change to the way certain Deputy Steve Luce says preserving the island's bass stock for future generations is 'vitally important'
"06.09.2016 08:57:24" itv.com Olivia the turtle to be released into the wild An endangered turtle that washed up on a Guernsey beach is now ready to be released back into the wild. Olivia the loggerhead was nursed back to health at the GSPCA, after being found extremely weak and close to death back in March. She was flown back to Olivia was cared for by the GSPCA before being flown to a rescue centre in Gran Canaria, where she's been released this morning.
"06.09.2016 08:54:31" itv.com London Airport protest cancels flight from Jersey Flights to and from London City Airport have been affected by a protest this morning. Group Black Lives Matter has claimed responsibility for the protest, which saw activists lay down on the airport runway. It resulted in local airline Blue Islands Black Lives Matter has claimed responsibility for the protest, which saw activists lay down on the airport runway.
"06.09.2016 08:28:06" itv.com Bowel cancer screening in Guernsey to resume A bowel cancer screening programme in Guernsey that was cancelled due to staff shortages will resume. The Health Department says it has secured a partnership with a local surgery to carry out the procedure. The decision to cancel the scheme in July The original programme was cancelled due to staff shortages.
"05.09.2016 17:33:54" itv.com WATCH: Jersey Live festival highlights Jersey played host to one of the biggest parties in the Channel Islands this weekend. 20,000 people were at the 13th Jersey Live festival at Trinity showground Richard Ashcroft, Disclosure and Madness were among those on the bill. We sent our reporter, Richard Ashcroft, Disclosure and Madness were among those on the bill.
We sent our reporter, Jessica Savage, to check out the action...
"05.09.2016 17:07:45" itv.com Jersey's next Senator needs to be a 'people's person' More than 64,000 people are eligible to vote in Jersey's by-election on Wednesday. For the past two weeks voters have had the chance to quiz candidates on their policies. At the mos... At the most recent Hustings meeting last Friday attendance was low, but emotions were running high.
Watch Leah Ferguson's report here...
"05.09.2016 16:45:00" itv.com Teenager injured in crash in Vale A 15-year-old girl is being treated in hospital in Guernsey following a crash in the Vale. It's understood the teenager was walking on Lowlands Road, off Braye Road, when she was involved in the collision this afternoon. Guernsey Police have asked people It's understood the 15-year-old girl was walking on Lowlands Road, off Braye Road, when she was involved in the collision.
"05.09.2016 15:41:11" itv.com Anonymous winner claims £1M Hospice Lottery jackpot Jersey Hospice Care has confirmed that someone has claimed the £1 million lottery jackpot. The charity could not reveal the winner's identity, as they have chosen to remain anonymous. But fundraising manager, Linzi Duckworth, said the woman was 'totally Officials from the charity say the woman was 'totally overwhelmed.'
"05.09.2016 13:01:02" itv.com Guernsey Prison Governor: Time inside does help drug addicts The Governor of Guernsey's prison says inmates with drug addictions are given the support they need. Its after nearly two thirds of people, who responded to a survey by the Guernsey Drug Strategy Group, said punishing drug users is an ineffective way of According to a survey nearly two thirds of people think punishing drug users is an ineffective way of treating addiction - but what do you think?
"05.09.2016 11:43:05" itv.com Long-eared owl released in Sark A long-eared owl has been released back into the wild in Sark, after been cared for by the GSPCA. The owl, who became known as Taffy, was very thin and had a head injury when she was first taken to the animal shelter. Five weeks later she has been taken Taffy spent 5 weeks at the animal shelter.
"05.09.2016 10:32:36" itv.com Two thirds of people surveyed in Guernsey think drug addicts should be treated not punished Nearly two thirds of people who responded to a survey in Guernsey think punishing drug users is an ineffective way of treating addiction. That's according to the Guernsey Drugs Strategy Campaign. The campaign group says there were 1051 responses to the Do you think Guernsey is tackling drug abuse in the right way?
"05.09.2016 09:37:46" itv.com 1 in 10 Jersey mums suffer with postnatal depression One in ten new mums in Jersey suffer with postnatal depression, according to figures from the Health Department. Around 1,000 babies are born in the island each year and the department says there were 99 referrals for post-natal depression in 2015. It is It is thought the proportion of mothers who experience the condition in Jersey is similar to that in the UK.
"05.09.2016 07:27:56" Live with the Vice-President of Education, Sport and Culture to talk about the future of Secondary Education
"04.09.2016 18:53:55" itv.com WATCH: Festival goers praise Jersey Live Thousands of people are at Trinity showground this evening for the final performances of Jersey Live. Madness are due to take to the main stage at 9.30pm. Yesterday saw performances from Disclosure and Richard Ashcroft - as well as a number of local The festival is into its final hours. Things will draw to a close at around 11pm, after Madness perform on the main stage.
"04.09.2016 15:52:54" Photos from ITV Channel TV's post Another pound store is set to open in Jersey after Pound Power moved into Liberty Wharf.
St Helier already has Pound Magic on Broad Street and The 99p Store on Halkett street.
Are you happy to see a third pound store open, or would you prefer a
"04.09.2016 11:48:34" itv.com Police investigate crash in St Ouen Jersey Police are investigating the cause of a car crash in St Ouen this morning. Two vehicles were involved in the collision, which emergency services were called to shortly after 10.30am. People in the vehicles were checked by paramedics as a precaution Emergency services were called shortly after 10:30am.
"04.09.2016 09:22:33" itv.com 50 marathons in 50 days to celebrate turning 50... A man from Jersey is set to run his 50th marathon in as many days later. Paul Lewis, who is a teacher and now lives in London, chose the challenge as a way to help him celebrate turning 50. Many of the marathons have been completed in Jersey, where Paul Paul Lewis is due to complete the challenge in London later, running his 50th marathon in as many days.
"03.09.2016 20:19:06" The Channel Archive A random year in the life of the Channel Islands. One that involved Peter Sellers, cinema closures, big sideburns, leisure centre roofs and tetra paks. Question is, what year is it? Something from The Channel Archive. But what was the year?
"03.09.2016 18:28:00" itv.com Invasive weeds taking over L'ancresse Common Invasive weeds are taking over Guernsey's coastline, according to a local environmentalist. The Hottentot Fig can cause erosion and cliff falls if its left to spread. Volunteers in Guernsey have been trying to clear it from L'ancresse Common to prevent Volunteers have been helping to clear the Hottentot Fig to prevent eroision and potential collapse of the cliffs.
"03.09.2016 18:14:40" itv.com Woman completes triathlon without use of legs A woman in Jersey, who lost the use of her legs five years ago, has completed a triathlon. Janet Tuck swam a mile in Les Quennevais pool yesterday and finished her challenge at FB Fields this afternoon. She used a parapodium to help her walk a mile around Janet Tuck's challenge has raised more than £10,000 for Jersey Cheshire Home and Cancer Research UK.
"03.09.2016 11:57:02" Okay folks, we're getting reports of a strange sighting in the sky last night...
It's being described as a 'bright object' hurtling through the sky in an easterly direction, shortly after 2:30am.
Any stagazers have an idea of what we might have seen?
"03.09.2016 11:13:23" itv.com Around 10,000 people expected at Jersey Live Around 10,000 people are expected at Jersey Live this weekend. The annual festival is being held at the Royal Jersey Showground in Trinity, where Madness and Disclosure will headline the main stage. Gates open at midday today, with performances finishing Gates have just opened at the Royal Jersey Showground for the two day festival.
"02.09.2016 22:19:15" itv.com Jersey Hospice volunteers scoop prize in annual lottery A group of volunteers from Jersey Hospice Care have scooped a prize in the charity's annual lottery. As well as the million pound jackpot, ticket holders also had the chance to win smaller prizes of £100,000, £75,000, £50,000, £25,000 and five £10,000 A Jersey Hospice Care volunteer had one of the winning tickets at tonight's lottery draw.
"02.09.2016 18:12:28" itv.com Million pound lottery: Winning numbers Tonight's winning numbers in the 10th Jersey Hospice Care lottery are as follows: Well done to all winners in tonight's Jersey Hospice Care million pound lottery!
"02.09.2016 17:30:31" Congratulations to the lucky holder of ticket 2703 they've just won £1 million! We're now live with the rest of the results...
"02.09.2016 17:29:13" itv.com Winning numbers announced! The winning numbers in the 2016 Jersey Hospice Care million pound lottery are:2 7 0 3 Congratulations to the winner! If that's you, please let us know by emailing us - email@example.com. Make sure you visit our Facebook page for a live stream of the We'll be broadcasting the remaining draws now on Facebook!
"02.09.2016 17:07:40" Timeline Photos The 2016 Jersey Hospice Care million pound lottery draw is moments away.
Have you got your tickets ready?
Join Mark and Hannah on ITV Channel TV now to find out if you're this year's winner!
"02.09.2016 16:21:59" It's not just prize winners who will benefit from tonight's lottery, most importantly more than £4.5M has been raised for Hospice over the past decade.
Our reporter Hannah Bechelet has spent the last couple of weeks meeting the key people from
"02.09.2016 14:34:30" itv.com Stage set for 2016 Jersey Hospice Care million pound lottery The Stage is set for tonight's Jersey Hospice Care million pound lottery, which will broadcast live on ITV Channel TV. It is the tenth year Jersey Hospice Care have staged this draw and in that time a huge £11.7M has been won. Tonight another 1.3 million Tonight's main draw will take place live on ITV Channel TV.
Then, after our programme, the remaining draws will be streamed live on our Facebook page from 6:30pm.
So if you win the £1M Jackpot, what will you spend it on?
"02.09.2016 12:15:46" itv.com Fight to stop new waste tax fails in court Attempts to stop a new waste tax being introduced by the States has failed in court today. The Parish of St Helier has lost its legal battle to try to overturn the new waste charge being introduce by the States.
"02.09.2016 10:29:07" itv.com Shortage of respite care beds in Jersey Heal officials have admitted there are not enough respite care beds for disabled islanders in Jersey. Health officials say the number of beds available for adults with complex needs has decreased to just two in recent months.
"02.09.2016 08:17:22" itv.com Driver taken to hospital after car overturns A driver was taken to hospital early this morning after his car overturned on Route de Maufant, St Saviour. Residents called the emergency services when they were woken up by the noise of the vehicle hitting the bank.
"02.09.2016 07:10:51" Live on Bulwer Avenue as Liberate roll out a rainbow flag to promote Channel Islands Pride
"01.09.2016 18:30:13" Guernsey Dairy gets low Hygiene Rating There are serious hygiene concerns over Guernsey's States Dairy.
It's after inspectors found poor food hygiene standards at the site.
Environmental Health gave the supplier just two out of five stars for cleanliness - meaning "improvement is
"01.09.2016 17:21:39" itv.com 10 years of Jersey Hospice Care Lottery Tomorrow will be the tenth year of the Jersey Hospice Care Lottery, with the Hospice giving out £11.7 million in prize money since 2007. Ahead of the 10th Jersey Hospice Care Lottery, we look at how the Hospice has changed in the last decade.
"01.09.2016 15:42:36" itv.com Guernsey Dairy risked closure after poor food hygiene standards found Guernsey's States Dairy risked being closed after inspectors found poor food hygiene standards at the site. The supplier was rated two out of five stars for food hygiene by inspectors.
"01.09.2016 14:29:50" itv.com Access to Rozel Pier could be restricted for safety reasons Access to Rozel Pier could be restricted to help protect the public. Jersey's Royal Court says an overhanging cliff could suddenly collapse, putting people at risk. Access to Rozel Pier could be restricted to help protect the public.
But one business owner says to close the whole area will have a "massive impact" on tourists and trade.
What do you think of the decision?
"01.09.2016 10:55:50" itv.com CCTV images revealed following nightclub assault Guernsey Police are looking to identify seven people following an assault in a nightclub on Friday night which left two people with facial injures. Guernsey Police are looking to identify these people following an assault in the Barbados Beach Club on Friday night.
"01.09.2016 08:58:36" itv.com Seal pup rescued in Alderney dies A seal pup who was rescued last week in Alderney and cared for by the GSPCA has died this morning, the animal charity has said. The GSPCA says it is "a very sad day" for the team who cared for her.
"31.08.2016 16:29:58" itv.com Backpacker hero nominated for bravery award A backpacker with links to Herm who was stabbed to death in Australia, has been nominated for an international bravery award Thomas Jackson was fatally injured while trying to save the life of a fellow backpacker.
"31.08.2016 14:24:09" itv.com Condor: Recent sailings have been reliable Condor Ferries says 99.8% of its schedule sailings did go ahead last month, despite a recent survey showing more than 1,000 customers found the service "unreliable". It comes on the day that the Liberation ferry has been disrupted, thanks to a technical fault.
"31.08.2016 12:47:39" itv.com Thirty years on: Remembering Jambo the 'gentle giant' Channel Television captured footage of the encounter, in which Jambo the 'gentle giant' stood protectively over four-year-old Levan Meritt. Do you remember the day Jambo the gorilla made international headlines? Did you ever visit him at Durrell?
Share your memories of the silverback below.
"31.08.2016 11:19:31" itv.com VIDEO: Bear cub meets father for the first time A young bear cub at Jersey's wildlife park has met his father for the first time. Keepers filmed the encounter between the two, which they say was a success. Raymi, the Andean cub, was introduce to his dad Quechua in the outdoor enclosure at Durrell.
"31.08.2016 10:47:58" Live with the President of Guernsey's Economic Development Committee Deputy Peter Ferbrache to talk about Condor Ferries
"31.08.2016 10:37:42" itv.com Age Discrimination Law: What it will mean for Jersey Jersey's Age Discrimination Law comes into force tomorrow. Have you ever experienced age discrimination? Do you think it's a problem in the island?
"31.08.2016 09:38:02" itv.com Education to investigate Alderney GCSE results Guernsey's Education Department says it will be looking into why pupils in Alderney received the worst GCSE results on record this year. As part of a review of results at all of the schools across the Bailiwick, Education will focus particularly on St Anne's.
"31.08.2016 08:28:23" itv.com More than 1,000 passengers say Condor's not good enough More than 1,000 people have said they are dissatisfied with the service being provided by Condor. The results of a survey show more than 80% of customers were dissatisfied with Condor's service.
"30.08.2016 22:50:25" itv.com Jersey swimmer completes double Channel challenge A woman from Jersey has completed an epic two-way challenge across the English Channel. Sally Minty-Gravett, 59, began her swim from UK shores yesterday morning, reaching France later that evening. At around 9.30pm this evening, nearly 36 and a half hours Huge congratulations to Sally who spent more than 36 hours in the water.
"30.08.2016 20:56:13" The Channel Archive If you're lucky enough to be in the possession of a time machine and are thinking about going back to 1983, we suggest that you have a gander at what's on offer at the Inn on the Park... Who remembers this place?
"30.08.2016 16:26:27" itv.com Sally nears the finish line of her double Channel swim Sally Minty Gravett is nearing the finish of her two-way Channel swim. The 59-year-old set of in the early hours of yesterday morning and is now on the home straight, with the cliffs of Dover in sight.
"30.08.2016 15:38:42" itv.com States to draft consumer rights law for Guernsey Laws to protect consumers in Guernsey are being drafted by the States. Currently consumers have no legal rights when they purchase goods or services.
"30.08.2016 14:14:54" itv.com Tributes to Thomas: An adventurer, the epitome of fun Islanders and friends in Herm have paid tribute to Thomas Jackson, calling him a "tremendous character". Thomas was killed trying to save a fellow backpacker in a knife attack at an Australian hostel.