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"22.01.2017 15:11:30" Entrant at Jersey's Open Dog Check out this posh pooch at Jersey's Open Dog Show yesterday...
"22.01.2017 13:53:33" itv.com Chamber of Commerce: Brexit will cause prices to rise in Jersey It's because of rising inflation in the mainland, caused by Brexit.
"22.01.2017 12:06:18" itv.com Owner 'amazed' after cat found in skip returned home three years on KiKi was rescued from a skip at La Collette and hadn't been home for THREE years.
"22.01.2017 09:54:16" itv.com Cat found in skip reunited with owners after three years The furry friend was found by Jersey's Fire and Rescue Service in a rubbish skip...
"22.01.2017 08:15:00" itv.com Jersey milk outselling Coca-Cola in Hong Kong convenience chain Jersey milk has become the most popular drink of choice in a Hong Kong convenience chain, outselling Coca-Cola. 759 Store has at least 250 stores in the East Asian territory. Jersey Dairy tweeted the surprising stats this week. ICYMI:
"21.01.2017 15:00:48" itv.com Cost of living goes up 1.6% in Guernsey The Retail Price Index shows housing had the biggest impact on the increase...
"21.01.2017 13:38:27" itv.com Islanders warned of fraudulent NatWest texts The message asks customers to call a number that is provided.
"21.01.2017 11:23:10" Dodo Impact This sea turtle got hurt, so she had to learn to swim all over again. Now she's going home ❤ Remember Olivia the turtle? Check out this lovely video Dodo Impact made about her...
"21.01.2017 11:17:09" itv.com Islanders warned of kennel cough Jersey's Kennel Club is warning dog owners of a severe outbreak of kennel cough, ahead of their dog show today. They say all competitors must ensure their dogs do not have the illness, or they will not be allowed to enter the showground.… The Kennel Club have put out the warning ahead of their dog show today...
"21.01.2017 08:46:05" itv.com Passengers reminded of Gatwick terminal changes ICYMI:
"20.01.2017 22:34:09" ITV Channel TV In case you missed it, here's the heartwarming story of a Guernsey nurse who paid £160 for a complete stranger to get home safely... ICYMI.
"20.01.2017 18:23:47" itv.com French fishermen fined £84k for fishing in Jersey waters The men were on the trawler, Louis Pauline, in June 2015 before being caught by Fishery Officers...
"20.01.2017 17:57:36" itv.com Police appeal after brick thrown through window of elderly person's home It happened around 3am this morning in St Andrew.
"20.01.2017 17:31:21" Former teacher slams government plans to cut teacher starting ... A former Jersey teacher has slammed the move to cut teachers starting salaries, she tells ITV News of the dire situation she believes recruiters faced a few years ago...
"20.01.2017 15:07:04" Are islanders feeling economic growth? GOOD NEWS! Guernsey's economy is growing...but are islanders feeling it?
"20.01.2017 13:26:29" itv.com Former teacher: Slashing wages could create staffing crisis The States plan to cut £8,000 from teacher starting salaries...
"20.01.2017 13:14:41" itv.com Senator Philip Ozouf has officially resigned as Minister Jersey's Chief Minister has confirmed that Senator Philip Ozouf is no longer an Assistant Chief Minister. Speaking to BBC Radio Jersey Senator Ian Gorst said the politician has sent him a letter offering his resignation from the role. It's after The Chief Minister confirmed Senator Ozouf is no longer Assistant Chief Minister.
"20.01.2017 12:31:46" itv.com Passengers reminded of Gatwick terminal changes BA will move terminals from next week.
"20.01.2017 12:01:17" Timeline Photos Wow - check out this stunning photo from Mark Butterworth.
"20.01.2017 09:50:37" itv.com American ex-pats on President Trump's inauguration As the world wakes up to the day of Donald Trump's inauguration, Americans living in Jersey have been talking to ITV News about what they think of the new president. Six Americans living in the island told us they are full of 'shock'. One anonymous What do you think about the soon to be president?
"20.01.2017 09:15:40" ITV Channel TV In case you missed it, here's the heartwarming story of a Guernsey nurse who paid £160 for a complete stranger to get home safely... ICYMI.
"19.01.2017 23:09:33" In case you missed it, here's the heartwarming story of a Guernsey nurse who paid £160 for a complete stranger to get home safely...
"19.01.2017 17:42:23" itv.com Burst water main affecting top of Water Works Valley A burst water main in St Lawrence is affecting the top of Water Works Valley. The road will be closed all night for repairs. Jersey Water say no customers are affected. The road will be closed all night for repairs.
"19.01.2017 17:07:02" Martin Gallagher, WATCH: Why Guernsey nurse, Martin Gallagher, paid £160 for a student's train home...
"19.01.2017 16:36:08" itv.com Courgette crisis hits Channel Islands Severe flooding in Europe has wiped out vegetable supplies, shoppers will see a shortage in many lines including spinach, peppers and tomatoes.
"19.01.2017 16:08:22" itv.com Durrell's oldest gentle lemur dies aged 26 The oldest gentle lemur at Durrell has died at the age of 26. Fali was the last survivor of a group of 10 gentle lemurs, which were brought to Jersey from Madagascar by Gerald and Lee Durrell in 1990. This group started the European breeding programme, Fali fathered 17 offspring and was responsible for 79 descendants at the Wildlife Park in Trinity.
"19.01.2017 13:03:57" Timeline Photos Are you studying education at the moment and interested in a teaching career in Jersey? If so, we would like to speak to you. Please drop us a direct message.
"19.01.2017 11:55:25" Leaving Sark on the freight boat... ⛵️
"19.01.2017 11:29:08" itv.com Politicians given more time to investigate method of funding Jersey's new hospital Jersey States have voted to allow scrutiny more time to review the proposed method of funding the islands new hospital. After two days of debate, when the legality of the ministers request was called into question, members have decided Scrutiny should be States Members have voted in favour of allowing a Scrutiny Panel to investigate the proposed £400m bond.
"19.01.2017 10:36:36" itv.com Nurse pays £159 for a complete stranger to get home safely A kind-hearted nurse from Guernsey paid £159 for a complete stranger to get home safely after seeing her in distress. Martin Gallagher was on a train to Londons Euston Station when he saw Grace Georgina crying on the phone. She had lost her return ticket Martin Gallagher says he just wanted her to get home safely. What's the nicest thing you've ever done for someone you don't know?
"19.01.2017 08:20:17" www.itv.com Sark government 'not to blame' for vineyard closure Sark's government has hit back at claims that it is to blame for the closure of the island's vineyards. The company said resistance from authorities and a new tax on alcohol production was part of the reason for shutting down. But Seigneur, Major Sark's government has hit back at claims that it is to blame for the closure of the island's vineyards.
"19.01.2017 08:19:10" www.itv.com Calls to ensure Jersey Royals keep protected status post-Brexit There are calls for steps to be taken to ensure that foods such as Jersey Royals retain their protected status after Britain leaves the EU. The world-famous potatoes - along with dozens of other products across the British Isles - are currently protected The world-famous potatoes - along with dozens of other products across the British Isles - are currently protected under EU law, meaning they can only be produced in Jersey.
"19.01.2017 07:30:35" Timeline Photos On Instagram? Check out our page: instagram.com/itvchanneltv.
"18.01.2017 22:03:56" Sophia Bird ITV WANTED (please!) Pics of today's sunset & tomorrow's sunrise! Might get to show them on @itvchanneltv at 6pm Thurs https://t.co/BlJFJnHhEZ Sophia Bird ITV wants your sunrise and sunset photos! Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org and don't forget to let us know where you took the picture.
"18.01.2017 21:56:24" www.itv.com Elected unopposed or unelected altogether? "Sark now has a completely unelected government. It raises serious issues of good governance." The words of Conseiller and Deputy Chair of Policy & Performance, Hazel Fry, at today's extraordinary meeting of Chief Pleas, where the big ticket item on the Reporter John Fernandez reflects on today's meeting of #Sark's Chief Pleas.
"18.01.2017 21:54:39" ITV Channel TV ICYMI.
"18.01.2017 17:43:04" itv.com Missing chairs to be returned to church following appeal Twenty missing chairs, taken from a Jersey church on Christmas Eve, have been found. A couple told Father Nick Barry, from St Lukes Church in St Saviour, that they had invited too many people for Christmas dinner and didnt have anywhere for them to sit. The seats were loaned to a couple who had invited too many people to Christmas lunch.
"18.01.2017 17:11:07" itv.com New apartments for patients in Southampton Patients travelling from Jersey for treatment at Southampton Hospital will be able to stay in new apartments, paid for by the Health Department. Five serviced flats are available, instead of rooms at a hotel which the States previously used. The two Five serviced flats are available, paid for by the States. It's after patients said they would prefer somewhere more homely to stay.
"18.01.2017 15:35:16" itv.com Jersey politicians 'in the coffee room' asked to return to hospital debate A number of Jersey politicians were asked to return to the States Chamber earlier, as there were too few listening to the debate. The Assembly are debating whether a Scrutiny Panel should be given more time to investigate the funding mechanism for the Jersey's Bailiff asked for States Members who were outside to return to their seats, as too few were listening.
"18.01.2017 12:30:39" itv.com Jersey milk outselling Coca-Cola in Hong Kong convenience chain Jersey milk has become the most popular drink of choice in a Hong Kong convenience chain, outselling Coca-Cola. 759 Store has at least 250 stores in the East Asian territory. Jersey Dairy tweeted the surprising stats this week.
"18.01.2017 10:41:04" itv.com The search is on for 20 chairs borrowed from church on Christmas Eve An unusual tale of a desperate couple who flung themselves on the mercy of the vicar on Christmas Eve...
"18.01.2017 08:10:54" ITV Channel TV If you missed our programme earlier, you can watch the full interview with Senator Ian Gorst here: ICYMI.
"18.01.2017 08:10:43" ITV Channel TV A Jersey Deputy is calling for more security at Fort Regent, after a video emerged of youngsters climbing on the roof. ICYMI.
"18.01.2017 08:08:49" Timeline Photos Sunrise over Sark on a big day for Chief Pleas...
"18.01.2017 07:00:00" Timeline Photos States owned airline Aurigny have reacted to new air-taxi service, Waves, saying it will 'follow with interest'.
Also raising the subject of the airline being used, speaking about how 'they will need to convince the travelling public that reliance on a
"17.01.2017 20:59:06" itv.com Chief Minister: 'Ozouf has done the honourable thing' Jerseys Chief Minister says Senator Philip Ozouf's decision to offer to stand down as Assistant Chief Minister is the "honourable" thing to do. If you missed our programme earlier, you can watch the full interview with Senator Ian Gorst here:
"17.01.2017 19:00:59" Waste Strategy PKG Guernsey's new waste strategy will cost 30 million pounds more than estimated over the next 20 years.
Critics have branded the spiraling costs as ridiculous and some deputies are already looking to change the plan.
But those behind the strategy say
"17.01.2017 18:01:19" What do protesters outside the Royal Square think of Senator P... What do protesters outside the Royal Square think of Senator Philip Ozouf?
"17.01.2017 17:51:11" itv.com Jersey makes groundbreaking move to offer prisoners the vote It's a move the UK has not made yet.
"17.01.2017 17:28:45" People of Tumblr Guernsey's made it big in the meme world!
"17.01.2017 17:13:50" itv.com 'More security needed' after youngsters climb on Fort roof A Jersey Deputy is calling for more security at Fort Regent, after a video emerged on social media of youngsters climbing on its roof. Deputy Kevin Lewis says extra fencing and CCTV needs to be installed in the area 'before there is a tragedy'. A Jersey Deputy is calling for more security at Fort Regent, after a video emerged of youngsters climbing on the roof.
"17.01.2017 16:42:43" itv.com Chief Minister WILL accept Senator Ozouf's resignation Senator Ozouf made the announcement this morning, after controversy caused by the Innovation Fund. He will resign from his role as Assistant Chief Minister, but is expected to carry on as a Senator.
"17.01.2017 14:46:33" Pygmy goats on Jersey farm Need something to smile about? Check out these SUPER cute and tiny Pygmy goats who have just been born on a farm in Jersey.
"17.01.2017 14:04:02" Calls for tighter security as youngsters climb Fort Regent roof Deputy Kevin Lewis is calling for tighter security at Fort Regent, after this video appeared of youngsters climbing on the roof.
"17.01.2017 13:24:49" itv.com Senator Ozouf confirms offer of resignation He will write to the Chief Minister offering to resign as Assistant Chief Minister. But there is doubt whether it will be accepted.
"17.01.2017 13:11:12" Live outside the States ... shouts for Ozouf and Gorst to resign over the innovation fund!
"17.01.2017 11:36:41" itv.com Reform Jersey claim Ozouf to step down as Assistant Chief Minister The party Reform Jersey say they have seen a statement Senator Ozouf is expected to give to the States this morning.
"17.01.2017 11:02:05" itv.com Car parking costs to go up 2% on average in Jersey From 1st February the cost will go from 76p per unit/hour to 78p. A two unit paycard will increase by 4p and a four unit card by 8p.
"17.01.2017 10:07:20" itv.com Uber style air taxi to start this year There will be up to four flights an hour timetabled between the islands. Passengers will be able to use an app to book flights on demand.
"17.01.2017 09:18:27" Timeline Photos £298m. That's how much Guernsey's waste strategy will cost during the next 20 years, £38m more than originally estimated.
Politicians will be asked to approve a policy letter on changes to the strategy at a States meeting later this year. Here are the
"17.01.2017 08:00:00" Timeline Photos A new inter-island Air Taxi Service, called Waves, is being launched in the Channel Islands.
The company says it will add further South of England, Northern France and European destinations in
"17.01.2017 07:11:23" ITV Channel TV Alan Jarrett had known his adviser for at least two years and had been to his house for dinner, before he took his cash. ICYMI.
"16.01.2017 19:27:01" ITV Channel TV Coronation Street actor Cherylee Houston was in the Channel Islands over the weekend and took some time to share with us her top tips for aspiring actors with disabilities...
More here: ICYMI.
"16.01.2017 17:14:41" itv.com Campaign against cuts to education funding One of Jersey's largest teaching unions has set up an online petition against government cuts to education. States voted to cut pay for new starters by up to £8,000...
"16.01.2017 16:48:40" itv.com New upcycle service at Jersey's recycling centre Jersey's new household recycling centre officially opened its gates today. You can donate unwanted goods to be upcycled for charity...
"16.01.2017 16:46:02" itv.com Islander warns of investment fraud after losing £50k An islander in Jersey is warning people to be careful with investments, after he lost his entire £50k pension pot to a fake venture. Alan Jarrett had already worked with his financial adviser on two mortgages, when he persuaded him to move some already Alan Jarrett had known his adviser for at least two years and had been to his house for dinner, before he took his cash.
"16.01.2017 16:21:43" itv.com Fire in St Helier apartment The fire appeared to have been started when the hob was turned on accidentally. The hob set fire to a number of things in the kitchen, luckily no one was hurt.
"16.01.2017 15:47:16" itv.com How to invest safely Islanders are being warned about the risks of buying into rogue investments. More and more people are falling into the trap of investing their life-savings into scams. But today Jersey Financial Services Commission have launched a campaign to help raise Tips on how to invest your money safely after a campaign in Jersey warns of the dangers of investment fraud
"16.01.2017 13:59:15" Cherylee Houston gives tips to disabled islanders who want to act Coronation Street actor Cherylee Houston has been in Jersey and has some tips for disabled islanders who want to get into acting...
"16.01.2017 13:43:11" itv.com Are there enough flights to European destinations? Guernsey's government owned airline Aurigny is pledging to bring back a summer service to a European holiday destination next year. That's despite not being able to secure slots in Barcelona for this summer. It means the only direct service to the Do you think there are enough flights to Europe from Guernsey? Take our poll here...
"16.01.2017 13:19:35" itv.com Father of disabled son pleads for return of stolen bike The father of a disabled son in Guernsey is 'desperate' to have his bike returned, as he relies on it to get to work and to do the family's shopping. The black and white Specialized Crosstrail mountainbike was taken from the back garden of their home in It's his only mode of transport to get to work and to do the family's shopping.
"16.01.2017 13:14:09" itv.com What is Blue Monday? Today's being dubbed Blue Monday, but why? According to statistics, it's the most depressing day of the year when people have given up on their New Years Resolutions, are suffering with post-Christmas debt and their motivation has slumped. There's no Have you heard of Blue Monday? Supposedly the saddest day of the year...
"16.01.2017 11:29:40" La Collette timelapse The new recycling centre opens in Jersey today - check out this cool video from Jersey States of it being built...
"16.01.2017 10:51:29" itv.com Cormorant who swallowed fish hook released into wild A Cormorant who was found with a fish hook trapped in its insides has been released into the wild, after being looked after by the GSPCA. The bird, nicknamed the Lady in Black, was rescued in Guernsey last Sunday. An x-ray showed the hook had reached the A happy ending to what looks like a painful incident...
"16.01.2017 08:30:01" itv.com Channel Islands Sports Personality of the Year: How to vote Channel Islands Sports Personality of the Year: How to vote Four nominees, four worthy winners... it's now time for you to decide who should be the Channel Islands Sports Personality for 2016. Islanders can vote for their favourite finalist using the Four worthy nominees... it's now time for you to decide who should be the Channel Islands Sports Personality for 2016.
"16.01.2017 07:45:01" itv.com Jersey's beauty spots blighted by fly-tipping Some of Jersey's most treasured locations are being blighted by fly-tipping, according to the National Trust. The conservation group say it's a burden on their man power. The charity runs on a small team of people and say they should be concentrating on ICYMI.
The National Trust for Jersey runs on a small team of people and the charity says it should be concentrating on looking after nature, not clearing up what people dump.
"16.01.2017 07:00:00" itv.com 'My disability has meant fewer opportunities' A 22-year-old woman from Jersey who has spina bifida has told ITV News how her disability has held her back. ICYMI.
Melissa Alves, who's 22 and from Jersey, says she is pleased the States are taking steps to introduce disability discrimination legislation.
"15.01.2017 20:29:01" Babette Cole Interview - December 1977 We're very sad to hear that the renowned children's author and illustrator, Babette Cole, has died.
Babette was born in Jersey and went on to have tremendous success in the literary world with such wonderful books as Doctor Dog, Princess Smartypants &
"15.01.2017 14:18:08" itv.com Jersey Police investigate cause of car crash States of Jersey Police are investigating what caused a car crash on St Clements Coast Road this morning. Emergency services were called to the scene shortly before 10.30am, where two vehicles had collided. No one is thought to have been seriously No one is thought to have been seriously injured in the collision.
"14.01.2017 15:34:42" itv.com St Helier nursery to close The Avranches Day Nursery in St Helier is having to close following a forecast loss of nearly £100,000 by the end of the financial year. The nursery opened on 31st October 1994 but has recently struggled to break even. Key reasons for the closure include: Jersey nursery to close by August 2017 following forecast loss of £100,000
"14.01.2017 14:15:57" itv.com Calls to allow non-British islanders to stand in States Non-British islanders could be given the right to stand as politicians, if proposals to change the law in Jersey go ahead. Currently people without British citizenship are not allowed to become Senators or Deputies, no matter how long they have been Take our poll: Do you think Jersey States members should be British citizens?
"14.01.2017 12:25:10" itv.com Volunteers clean Channel Island beaches Channel Island beaches are getting a clean up this afternoon, as volunteers get together to help clear the sand of rubbish. In Alderney, Braye and Longis beaches are being cleaned, while in Guernsey volunteers are meeting at Portelet Kiosk, before Channel Island beaches get a New Year make-over - grab your coat and get involved!
"13.01.2017 17:39:37" What do the public think of the States? After a government fund lost £1.4m - what do the public think of the States?
"13.01.2017 15:49:30" itv.com Sark vineyard closure 'cautionary tale' for development Former Chief Pleas member, Paul Armorgie, has said the closure of Sark Vineyards is a "cautionary tale" for big developments on a small island. Paul Armorgie says the "great sadness" of the news is in the fact that people have lost their livelihoods.
"13.01.2017 15:39:36" itv.com Calls for Ozouf's resignation over Innovation Fund A Jersey deputy is calling for the politician in charge of the Innovation Fund, which lost £1.4m of tax payers' money, to resign. Deputy Chris Taylor described the revelations from the scheme, led by Senator Philip Ozouf, as 'horrifying'. He wants Senator Deputy Chris Taylor also says the Council of Minster has 'far too much power'.
"13.01.2017 15:05:19" ITV This was the big match of the 60's.
Tina and Bobby starts tonight 9pm, ITV. Who's going to watch tonight?!
"13.01.2017 12:54:23" itv.com Jersey Airport catering to get £1m upgrade Jersey Airport has chosen a new caterer who will invest £1m in food and drink outlets. Casual Dining Group, who run Café Rouge, Las Iguanas and Bella Italia, have a 10 year agreement which starts in March. They will create a Rapide Kitchen in arrivals and Check out what new eateries at the airport will look like...☕
"13.01.2017 12:29:14" Senator Philip Ozouf defends Innovation Fund Senator Philip Ozouf defends his involvement in the Innovation Fund, which lost £1.4m of tax payers' money.
"13.01.2017 11:10:56" itv.com Jersey's beauty spots blighted by fly-tipping Some of Jersey's most treasured locations are being blighted by fly-tipping, according to the National Trust. Where do you see fly tipping? Share your pics with us below.
"13.01.2017 10:22:31" itv.com Why is Friday the 13th unlucky? And does it actually cause bad luck for people? Feeling unlucky...?
"13.01.2017 09:11:27" itv.com Firefighters secure hospital roof in severe weather Jersey Fire and Rescue were called out this evening to secure part of the roof on the hospital, which had become lose during the severe weather. Nurses raised the alarm when they noticed part of the roof lifting in the high winds. Firefighters had to be In case you missed this last night...
"12.01.2017 17:56:32" itv.com Passengers stuck on airplane due to strong winds Passengers are currently stuck on a flight which arrived in Jersey from Exeter this evening, due to severe weather. Ground crew say they can't allow staff to take equipment to the plane to get passengers off because of gale force winds, which would put Winds are at nearly 70mph at the airport, too strong to get equipment to the plane to let passengers off.
"12.01.2017 17:29:26" itv.com Perelle Coast Road and La Biloterie Road closed after flood warning Police in Guernsey have issued a warning to islanders, after severe winds batter the islands. Perelle Coast Road and La Biloterie Road are closed from 4pm due to flood warnings issued by the Met. High tide tonight is at 18:30 and will be combined with People are being warned to avoid Guernsey's West Coast.
"12.01.2017 17:18:31" itv.com 'My disability has meant fewer opportunities' A 22-year-old woman from Jersey who has spina bifida has told ITV News how her disability has held her back. Melissa Alves is bilingual, speaking English and Portuguese fluently, has completed two college courses, writes her own blog and even volunteeres Melissa Alves has spina bifida and says it has held her back in Jersey.
"12.01.2017 16:28:03" itv.com Limited access to Fort Regent and roads blocked by severe weather Jersey Police is warning islanders to be careful, after numerous roads have been blocked due to the severe weather. A red storm force 10 weather warning has been issued. These roads are affected: Lots of disruption in Jersey already due to severe weather.
"12.01.2017 15:14:33" itv.com Stormy weather cancels flights and sailings Stormy weather conditions across the UK and the Channel Islands have cancelled several flights, as well as boat sailings. A red storm force 10 wind warning has been issued by Jersey Met. Several flights have been cancelled as well as Liberation sailings. See which flights are affected here.
"12.01.2017 15:07:11" itv.com States will be 'held to account' over £1.4m lost to Innovation Fund £1.4m of tax payers' money is expected to be lost to the Jersey Innovation Fund. The loss of tax payers' money will be investigated.
"12.01.2017 13:28:16" itv.com CT plus sees more passengers than ever in 2016 CT Plus saw its highest number of passengers last year, since records began in 1996. Over 1.6 million people got on board the Guernsey buses last year. The company puts the increase down to free travel for students, a new bus app and the introduction of More than 1.6m people used the buses in Guernsey last year - have you noticed a difference?
"12.01.2017 11:53:24" Guernsey bus drives on wrong side of the road This is the moment a Guernsey bus is seen on the wrong side of the road. CT-Plus are investigating. Do you think buses are too big?
"12.01.2017 11:29:57" itv.com Six things you can do to help animals during cold weather The GSPCA has provided some top tips on how to look after your animals as the cold weather sets in. Top tips here from the GSPCA, Guernsey SPCA
"12.01.2017 11:00:00" itv.com How to contact ITV Channel TV You can get in touch with us in the following ways: Jersey: News desk: 01534 480526 Planning desk: 01534 480525 Email: email@example.com Address: ITV Channel Television, Le Capelain House, Castle Quay, St. Helier, Jersey JE2 3EH Guernsey: News desk: Got a story? Get in touch: http://www.itv.com/news/channel/update/2014-10-07/channel-television-contact-details/
"12.01.2017 09:58:05" itv.com Concerns of criminal activity linked to Innovation Fund The States "seriously failed" to monitor loans they gave out. The Jersey Innovation Fund is expected to lose £1.4m of tax payers' money in unpaid loans.
"12.01.2017 09:04:00" itv.com Missing man found safe and well Emergency services were searching for Gary Collins on the South East Coast last night. A major search operation has been called off this morning.
"12.01.2017 09:00:00" itv.com Special prize for Heather Watson at 2016 CI Sports Awards Heather Watson's victory at Wimbledon is to be recognised with a special award in the 2016 Betway Channel Islands Sports Awards. The Guernsey tennis star will be presented with the Champion of Sport award in recognition of her Wimbledon mixed doubles title, which she won alongside partner Henri Kontinen last year.
"12.01.2017 08:30:00" itv.com Leftover Christmas trees turned into festive for Guernsey goats Islanders in Guernsey have had their leftover Christmas trees put to good, albeit unusual, use. Peter and Mandy Girard own 32 goats and say the animals love munching on the fir trees. So they've been asking for people to volunteer up their unwanted pines, ICYMI.
"12.01.2017 07:30:00" itv.com Channel Islands Sports Personality of the Year: How to vote Lines close on Thursday 26th January 2017, during the awards ceremony which is being hosted by Rob Jones and Mark McQuillan at the Hotel De France in Jersey. Four nominees, four worthy winners... but only one can be the Channel Islands Sports Personality for 2016.
"12.01.2017 06:53:08" itv.com Major search and rescue operation to resume this morning A major search operation in Jersey will resume this morning in an effort to find missing 38 year old Gareth Collins. Late last night Police, Lifeboat and a french helicopter combed the South East Coast area. The majority of the search teams were stood A major search operation in Jersey will resume this morning in an effort to find missing 38 year old Gareth Collins.
"11.01.2017 18:12:10" Goats in Guernsey get a festive feast Goats in Guernsey have been getting an unusual festive feast...
"11.01.2017 18:05:55" itv.com Education Committee survive vote of no confidence The vote of no confidence brought against Guernsey's Education Committee has failed. Twenty two politicians voted against it, 13 for and five abstained. It was introduced by Deputy Emilie Yerby, over concerns members don't support the move away from the After a day of debate full of twists and turns - the current Education Committee remains.
"11.01.2017 16:06:05" itv.com Aurigny passengers offered flight changes after snow warnings Aurigny is offering passengers on some flights the chance to fly earlier, after snow warnings in the UK. The airline says that they expect to operate as normal but are happy to offer changes to earlier services for free, just in case. It applies to people Are you flying with Aurigny tomorrow? Free flight changes to avoid possible snow disruption...❄❄
"11.01.2017 12:49:12" Timeline Photos Are you an experienced ormerer in Guernsey, who's planning to head out at low tide tomorrow and fancies being on TV? We'd love to come along with you!
Get in touch: Channelnews@itv.com.
"11.01.2017 11:47:39" Is it true - will there be snow? Sophia has the latest ❄❄❄
"11.01.2017 11:16:30" itv.com Aurigny won't fly direct to Barcelona this year The local airline said flights to the Spanish city in 2016 were "commercially viable" and "exceeded expectations" Despite a successful service last year, there aren't enough airport slots this year...are you disappointed?
"11.01.2017 09:06:38" LIVE outside of Guernsey's States speaking to States members about the MONC in Education with our reporter John Fernandez. Send in your questions and we'll try our best to answer...
"11.01.2017 06:35:00" Timeline Photos Good morning!
Thanks to Mark Butterworth for capturing this great picture of the sunrise at the Guernsey Bathing Pools.
"10.01.2017 22:45:55" ITV News Five tips on how to cut down your food waste http://bit.ly/2iBuyGq
"10.01.2017 16:13:26" itv.com Reducing migrant workers 'detrimental' to business Jersey's Institute of Directors has slammed plans by the government to reduce licences for migrant workers. The Institute of Directors says the changes will have a "detrimental" impact on the island's prosperity.
"10.01.2017 13:19:32" A blustery day here at Saye Beach in #Alderney but certainly doesn't detract from the beauty!
"10.01.2017 13:12:57" itv.com 7 facts about the recent lack of rainfall in the islands With barely any rainfall in recent weeks, our weather presenter Sophia has been answering some key questions about why it has been such a dry start to the year. Our weather presenter Sophia Bird ITV has been looking into the reasons behind the dry start to the year...
"10.01.2017 11:36:49" itv.com Meeting over 'unfair' plans for paid parking Businesses are meeting with Jersey's Infrastructure Minister today over "unfair" plans to charge for parking at Rue de Pres. What do you think of plans to charge £123 a month for a space at Rue de Pres?
"09.01.2017 18:37:20" itv.com Channel Islands Sports Personality of the Year: How to vote Channel Islands Sports Personality of the Year: How to vote Four nominees, four worthy winners... it's now time for you to decide who should be the Channel… You can find details of how to vote for your favourite finalist here.
"09.01.2017 18:04:34" White Van Man Unfair, damaging to local traders and taking money out of Guernsey's economy.
That's how construction companies are describing the so-called "White Van Man" issue in the island.
It's a situation that has been highlighted in recent days with an Irish
"09.01.2017 10:25:47" itv.com Drop in crime in Jersey There has been a drop in the number of crimes being reported to police in Jersey. The force says reported crime in 2016 dropped 6% on the previous year – from 3,087 to 2,898. In 2010 the figure was 4,563, more than a third higher than last year. Domestic Fewer than 3,000 crimes were reported in the island in 2016.
"09.01.2017 09:40:25" itv.com Stolen car set alight in Guernsey Guernsey Police are appealing for witnesses after a car, thought to be stolen, was set alight. Emergency services were called to the blaze at La Corbiere shortly after 10pm last night. It is thought the fire was started deliberately. Officers suspect the Police are appealing for witnesses.
"08.01.2017 17:32:49" Check out this footage of a pod of dolphins spotted in Guernsey! The video was taken by Matt le Maitre.
"08.01.2017 11:47:14" ITV Tonight Tonight Tonight it's all new Dance Dance Dance
Starts 6.30pm, ITV. Jersey's Jonny Labey is among the celebrities taking part.
"08.01.2017 11:09:33" itv.com New dads could get more paternity leave in Jersey New dads in Jersey could soon get more time off work when their baby is born. At the moment fathers are entitled to two weeks of unpaid leave.
"07.01.2017 10:36:11" itv.com Jonathan Le Tocq: Guernsey will have to work with Jersey to solve waste problem One of Guernsey's senior politicians says the island will have to work with Jersey to solve it's growing waste problem.
"06.01.2017 18:40:18" itv.com Guernsey singer back home for special album performance She's touted as one of the next best British acts, and with her debut album out at the end of last year, Nessi Gomes is back in her home island of Guernsey for a special performance to mark it's release. And ITV Channel had a chance to catch up with her Nessi Gomes is back in her home island for a special performance of her debut island!
"06.01.2017 18:22:44" itv.com Islanders warned to avoid car crash site Police warn islanders to avoid Five Oaks roundabout in Jersey after reports of a two-vehicle crash. Police warn islanders to avoid Five Oaks roundabout in Jersey after reports of a two-vehicle crash.
"06.01.2017 17:15:45" itv.com Children spotted body of missing Guernsey-man A group of children spotted the body of a missing Guernsey-man a month before police were called, an inquest has heard. The inquest into the death of Steven Corbet opened earlier today. New evidence shows that some children had seen a leg and skull Children spotted body of missing man Steven Corbet, a month before police were called - an inquest has heard.
"06.01.2017 13:37:09" Sophia Bird ITV Weather Presenter ITV Channel, Mother, Event host. Love dancing and weather! Our Sophia Bird ITV has her very own Facebook page! Give it a like and keep in touch with her - and don't forget, she loves to receive your weather pictures and video!
"06.01.2017 12:07:01" itv.com Abandoned vehicles towed from Jersey trading estate Twenty-eight vehicles left abandoned on a Jersey trading estate will be towed away today. Owners have received letters of warning after businesses on Jersey's Rue des Pres Trading Estate complained about lack of parking space. A Mercedes, a Land Rover and Do you think there is a problem with dumped cars in the Channel Islands? Let us know your thoughts below!
"06.01.2017 11:28:15" itv.com Jersey survey to investigate family working rights Islanders are being urged to comment on the state of parents' working rights in Jersey. A new survey, by the Jersey Employment Forum, will be available online -investigating whether family friendly employment needs to be improved. The Forum will be A new survey will be available online - investigating whether family friendly employment needs to be improved.
"06.01.2017 10:31:32" itv.com Jersey shop owner robbed at knife-point A Jersey shop owner was threatened with a knife during an armed robbery in St Helier last night. Police are hunting for the offender - who stole cash from Temple Stores on Stopford Road. Armed officers were called to the scene of the crime at around Jersey shop owner robbed at knife point in St Helier last night. Armed police deployed to the scene @ Stopford Road.
"05.01.2017 21:23:58" ITV Channel TV Guernsey Police have released new CCTV footage of a suspected theft from a handbag on an unattended baby buggy.
Please contact the police if you have any information. ICYMI.
"05.01.2017 17:57:47" A cold but beautiful day at Saint Sampson in Guernsey today.
If you've got weather pictures or video you'd like to share with us, get in touch with Sophia Bird ITV.
"05.01.2017 17:13:07" itv.com Channel Islands quarry company takeover confirmed Construction firm Sigmaroc confirms it has taken over Ronez, following approval from shareholders. The company, which employs 149 people in both islands, has been sold for £45 million. Officials say the takeover of the quarrying and building material firm Construction firm Sigmaroc confirms it has taken over Ronez, following approval from shareholders.
"05.01.2017 16:20:50" Sophia Bird ITV On location preparing for tonight's news at 6 weather for ITV Channel TV Our lovely weather presenter Sophia Bird is behind the scenes getting ready for tonight's weather update.
"05.01.2017 16:15:03" itv.com JT global broadband roll out delayed until 2018 JT will connect every home in Jersey to high-speed fibre-optic broadband by 2018, following some project delays. The telecoms giant say this is only "six months behind schedule". Currently, only 70% of islanders have been given access to Jersey's new JT global broadband roll out delayed until 2018.
"05.01.2017 15:41:44" itv.com Police release CCTV footage of suspected buggy handbag theft Guernsey Police have released new CCTV footage of a suspected theft from a handbag on an unattended baby buggy. Guernsey Police have released new CCTV footage of a suspected theft from a handbag on an unattended baby buggy.
Please contact the police if you have any information.
"05.01.2017 15:11:14" itv.com Living close to a busy road may 'raise the risk of dementia' Living close to a busy road may raise the risk of dementia, a major study has found. A decade-long study of 6.6 million people, published in The Lancet, found a clear trend with dementia incidence rising the nearer people lived to main roads. The Canadian A new study suggests that your risk of dementia can be affected by the traffic near your house.
"05.01.2017 12:26:13" itv.com Jersey Heritage release new war-time archive documents Jersey Heritage have released 150 never-before-seen archive documents to the public for the first time. Jersey Heritage have released new war-time archive documents - and the archivists have already found some interesting stories.
"05.01.2017 10:51:00" itv.com Guernsey drivers warned to expect delays on the Rohais Motorists in Guernsey are being warned to expect delays this morning. A major roadworks project is starting on the junction between Rohais du Haut and Rohais de Bas, with temporary traffic signals in place. The beginning of the work coincides with Do you think there are too many roadworks in Guernsey? Share your thoughts below.
"05.01.2017 10:38:16" itv.com Alderney business blames Aurigny planes for closure Alderney Angling is closing, with its owners saying Aurigny's new planes have been bad for business. The fishing tackle firm says some of its rods do not fit in the airline's Dornier aircraft and its mail order service has suffered as a result. Alderney Angling is closing, and its owners say Aurigny's new planes have been bad for business.
"05.01.2017 10:31:03" itv.com Jersey social housing landlords to be regulated Landlords providing social housing in Jersey could be formally regulated in future, if the Housing Ministers' plans are approved. The island's independent Social Housing Trusts have agreed that regulation could prove useful. However, officials have told Jersey's Housing Minister wants to introduce new sets of standards for social housing providers - and the States are calling for islanders views.
What do you think about the proposals?
"05.01.2017 10:17:25" itv.com Islanders support opt-out organ donor system A poll by ITV Channel shows that 80% of islanders believe the Channel Islands should introduce an opt-out organ donor system. The support comes after the French government implemented an opt-out system on the 1st January. Islanders overwhelmingly support an opt-out organ donor system, according to a new poll by ITV Channel.
"04.01.2017 17:57:53" itv.com Simon Crowcroft: I'm pleased viral horse image has put a smile on people's faces The Constable of St Helier has said he is pleased a "good news story" has managed to put a smile on people's faces, after an image he shared of a horse appearing to get onto a London bus went viral. Simon Crowcroft posted the image on Twitter and it has The Constable said, "primarily it's just a funny picture, isn't it?"
"04.01.2017 15:42:31" itv.com Should we introduce an opt-out organ donor system? On the 1st January, all French residents automatically became organ donors unless they decide to opt-out, after the government implemented a new system. Take our poll to have your say...
"04.01.2017 14:23:57" itv.com £19m plan for multi-storey car park on Ann Street brewery site In the past the company had tried to build a supermarket there. Comprop are planning a 600 space car park and 15 new homes - do you approve?
"04.01.2017 12:06:00" itv.com Horse appears to get onboard double decker bus The Constable of St Helier has captured the moment a horse appeared to get onto a London bus. Simon Crowcroft was visiting friends in London, when he saw the horse peering inside the double decker.
"04.01.2017 11:10:57" Timeline Photos In our programme tonight we'll be looking at the main political issues for Guernsey in 2017.
What do you think the States' priorities should be this year?
"04.01.2017 10:14:52" itv.com Guernsey politicians defend Children's Law Young people in Guernsey are suffering because the States have been slow to update the Children's Law, according to a group of parents. Parents say the current family court system is outdated and laws are not being followed correctly.
"03.01.2017 18:30:00" Family Allowance Cuts in family allowance have been branded a disgrace by some parents in Guernsey.
The move is to fund 15 hours of free pre-school, and politicians have defended the move, despite branding it 'unfair'.
Charlie Frost reports...
"03.01.2017 17:17:40" Raymi's first birthday Watch Raymi the Andean bear at Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust get his very first birthday cake, Happy Birthday Raymi!
"03.01.2017 16:49:23" Groves parents plead for help The parents of murdered Sarah Groves are pleading for help in the 3 year old trial of her accused killer.
"03.01.2017 14:45:24" itv.com Jersey civil servant who spent £6k on flights resigns The Jersey civil servant who racked up a bill of £6k on business class flights to a conference in South Africa, has resigned with immediate effect. Mike King, Chief Officer for Economic Development, Tourism, Sport and Culture, was embroiled in controversy The statement doesn't give a reason for the resignation but "wishes him well for the future".
"03.01.2017 13:22:09" itv.com Deputy: Family allowance cuts are "unfair" but "we have to live with it" A Guernsey deputy has told ITV News that cuts to the family allowance are "unfair" for some islanders but people "have to live with it". The benefit has been cut by £2.40 a week to fund a trial in free pre-school education. Deputy Shane Langlois says many The cuts will fund a trial into free nursery education - what do you think?
"03.01.2017 12:24:15" itv.com Parents of murdered backpacker plead for help in delayed trial Vic and Kate Groves say the delays are "devastating". The trial has seen no progress since September 2015.
"03.01.2017 10:38:24" itv.com Window smashing spate strikes Guernsey cars and local church Five car windows have been smashed in Guernsey, in what police believe are linked incidents. Two windows at Shiloh Church on Landes Du Marche were also smashed during the spate. It happened in the late hours of 1st of January and the early hours of the It happened in the late hours of 1st January and the early hours of the 2nd.
"03.01.2017 09:59:06" itv.com Parents brand Guernsey family allowance cuts 'a disgrace' The change sees the amount fall by £2.40, to £13.50 per child per week. The money saved will be used for a trial of free pre-school education - do you think it's fair?
"01.01.2017 00:07:28" Happy New Year from all of us at Channel Television!
"31.12.2016 16:00:01" In our final news review of 2016 covering September to December we look at events in elections in Alderney, Storm Angus and other issues which we've looked at in the last four months...
"31.12.2016 12:00:00" It was an eventful year in the Channel Islands, here's what happened between May and August...
"31.12.2016 11:31:29" itv.com Islanders recognised in New Years Honours list Islanders from Jersey and Guernsey have been recognised as part of the Queen's New Years Honours list.
"31.12.2016 08:30:00" News Review of the Year 2016 Jan-Apr 2016 has been an eventful year in news worldwide, and that of course means here in the Channel Islands too.
So here are the big moments from January-April in 2016 on ITV Channel TV.
"30.12.2016 18:00:00" Resolve Guernsey Would you be more inclined to keep a new years resolution if there was money riding on it?
Well that's what Wigwam Guernsey want you to do as part of Resolveguernsey, an initiative that sees people make a resolution, and if they don't keep it, they have
"29.12.2016 18:30:00" Guernsey's decision to send its waste to Sweden is 'too expensive'.
That's according to one politician, who says the dramatic fall in the pound means the option is not viable anymore.
Deputy Barry Paint is calling for the States to reconsider sending
"29.12.2016 17:43:08" ITV Channel Sport Guernsey FC manager Tony Vance on his hopes for 2017, including plans for a new ground... 2017 is set to be big year both on and off the pitch for Guernsey FC, with plans for their own facility taking shape...
"29.12.2016 13:00:54" The raised table at the bottom of Cornet Street has been made permanent.
It was introduced as part of the States of Guernsey's Transport Strategy.
The move has been welcomed by local disability charities and campaigners.
"29.12.2016 12:45:52" itv.com Investigation launched into Aurigny flight complication An investigation has been launched into what caused complications to a flight from Guernsey to Manchester last week. The plane had to return to Guernsey, after suffering problems caused by a build up of ice on the aircraft wings.
"29.12.2016 12:09:45" itv.com Who's a clever boy then? Parrot on the run in Jersey A parrot has escaped from the animal shelter in Jersey. Have you spotted this feathered fugitive in St Helier?
"29.12.2016 11:43:52" Timeline Photos The Air Accident Investigation Branch has confirmed the GR678 flight on the 21st December from Guernsey to Manchester is under investigation.
Aurigny, in an earlier statement about the incident have praised the professionalism of their crew after the
"29.12.2016 10:54:33" LIVE at Mont Cuet to talk Christmas waste and the future of the waste strategy with Richard Evans from STSB. Send in your questions and we'll try to ask...
"29.12.2016 10:43:57" itv.com Injured baby seal found on Jersey beach A sick seal pup that washed up in Jersey has been flown to an animal shelter in Guernsey for treatment. Royston is one of seven injured seals to have washed up on Channel Island shores in recent months.
"28.12.2016 18:30:00" By the end of the century, the entire north end of Guernsey could be below sea level, and Jersey could lose parts of Gorey and Le Braye according to a new study.
It's been published by Climate Central and shows how rising sea levels and climate change
"27.12.2016 18:11:51" ITV News The American died days after a mid-flight heart attack.
"26.12.2016 23:06:33" ITV News Liz Smith was most well-known for her role as Nana in The Royle Family. Farewell Nana...
"26.12.2016 12:35:12" ITV News George Michael is said to have donated £15,000 to a woman who didn't win the money she needed for IVF on a TV gameshow.
He also gave millions to children's charity Childline and played a special free concert in north London for NHS nurses. Incredible...
"26.12.2016 09:43:50" LIVE at Guernsey's Boxing Day swim at Cobo Bay
"25.12.2016 23:20:03" ITV News The pop superstar's publicist has said George Michael died peacefully at home. Very sad news tonight.
"23.12.2016 17:26:08" Oscar Puffin's Christmas Message His jokes don't get any better do they? Happy Christmas from Oscar!
"23.12.2016 15:07:01" itv.com Coop recalls chocolate Santa Islanders are being urged to return Santa Chocolates to the Channel Islands Co-op. The store is recalling the chocolate figurine for the safety of its customers. Reports suggest there has been an issue with "alleged tampering". Recall notice: Islanders are being urged to return Santa Chocolates to the Channel Islands Co-op, due to alleged tampering.
"23.12.2016 13:55:26" ITV Channel Lunchtime News - 23rd Dec Today's lunchtime news, live from the Castle Quay studios...
"23.12.2016 13:31:45" itv.com Jersey parishes expand online services Islanders will be able to complete more parish services online, including rates cycles and changes of name or address. The States hope the introduction of online options will "free up busy parish staff". Jersey parishes have expanded their online services. Will you make use of them?
"23.12.2016 12:43:22" itv.com Jersey baby births one of the lowest in a century The number of babies born in Jersey last year was one of the lowest this century. The figures for 2015, just published, show there were 997 newborns. The busiest year for the maternity ward was in 2012, when 1123 babies were born. Grouville and St Martin were the only parishes where a new born baby wasn't registered last year!
"23.12.2016 12:16:37" itv.com Jersey Customs cleared of mistreating its dogs Jersey's Customs and Immigration Service has been cleared of mistreating its dogs. It follows claims made last year about the training and treatment of the animals. An independent expert has concluded the handlers and dogs have a good working Jersey Customs cleared of mistreating its dogs
"23.12.2016 11:43:49" itv.com Coastguard warn boat owners ahead of strong winds Jersey Coastguard have issued a warning to boat owners, ahead of the incoming bad weather. They want islanders to check all the boats and vessels around the coast. Advice includes putting out extra lines and keeping vessels bailed out regularly. Make sure to check the latest advice from the Jersey Coastguard...
"23.12.2016 11:17:34" itv.com Advice for islanders struggling at Christmas The Christmas period can be a difficult time. Pressure, costs and stress can pile up, making it a struggle for many islanders. But there are many charities and organisations across the Channel Islands who can offer help and advice. We have compiled a list We have compiled a list of some groups that can help at Christmas and how you can get in touch with them.
"23.12.2016 10:24:08" itv.com Bass fishing banned in Jersey to protect stocks Jersey's Environment Minister has banned bass fishing, in an attempt to protect stocks. Previously recreational fishermen were allowed to catch one of the fish per day, but from early 2017 they must release any bass caught back into the sea. Hooks and Bass fishing banned in Jersey to protect stocks!
"23.12.2016 10:22:27" itv.com Operations cancelled in Jersey due to staff sickness Two elective operations have been cancelled in Jersey today, because of high levels of staff sickness at the hospital. It comes as A&E has been on amber alert since Tuesday, meaning only five to 10 beds are available. The department has been on red alert Operations cancelled in Jersey due to staff sickness.
"22.12.2016 17:28:19" itv.com Jersey States will keep BBC subsides for elderly The States of Jersey will continue the to subside TV licence's for the over 75s. The news will come as a relief to many, as it was set to be scrapped completely earlier this year. The States have confirmed it will now be means tested. From 2018, the BBC Jersey States will keep BBC subsides for elderly
"22.12.2016 15:50:36" itv.com 'Bullet cases' and 'old coins' found during repair work 'Bullet cases' and 'old coins' are some of the more interesting objects discovered during repair work on a 160 year-old pipe in Guernsey. Guernsey Water has been carrying out work on the La Piette combined sewer outfall in the last few weeks. Mark Walker, Spoons, bullets cases and old money found in Guernsey pipes!
"22.12.2016 15:18:17" itv.com Busker describes anger at being forced to give all earnings to charity A busker in Jersey has told ITV News of his anger at being required to give everything he earns at Christmas to charity. Anyone who wants a permit to busk must agree to the condition. Now Craig Smith isn't performing this December because of the rule and An interesting law means that buskers in Jersey are barred from making a living in December. Do you think it's fair?
"22.12.2016 14:04:03" itv.com Condor cancels Christmas Liberation sailing Condor has cancelled tomorrow's Liberation sailing to Guernsey and Poole. The announcement comes after predicted bad weather is expected in the Channel. Islanders are being urged to transfer to the Portsmouth sailing. The latest update follows on from the Condor has cancelled tomorrow's Liberation sailing to Guernsey and Poole.
"22.12.2016 12:25:36" itv.com Police offer £1000 reward for attack information A one thousand pound reward has been offered for anyone with information about a serious assault in Guernsey. The attack happened on Guelles Road in the early hours of Sunday morning. A 33 year old man was walking home at around 12:30 when he was A £1000 reward has been offered for anyone with information about a serious assault in Guernsey.
"22.12.2016 11:44:00" itv.com Mr Bronx must be "muzzled" at all times in public Mr Bronx has been reunited with his owners in time for Christmas, following a controversial and lengthy court battle with authorities. But, it has been revealed that his release is subject to strict conditions - including a muzzle. Mr Bronx cannot be left Mr Bronx must be "muzzled" at all times in public - according to tough legal agreement with the States.
"22.12.2016 11:20:45" itv.com Charity Christmas tree collection expected to top last year Christmas tree collection is expected to top last year – with over 600 islanders already signed up for the charity scheme. The annual tree recycling programme has already picked up speed and is expected to beat last year's total of £30,000. The Christmas Charity Christmas tree collection expected to top last year – with over 600 islanders already signed up.
"22.12.2016 10:29:45" Condor Ferries #Liberation is reportedly stuck in Poole due to some technical problems. Let us know if you've been affected!
"21.12.2016 19:01:54" The Channel Archive Back to 1987 now, and a rundown of the most popular Christmas toys. Did Santa bring you any of these?
Personally, The Channel Archive is still annoyed that we never received Mumm-Ra's Tomb Fortress... These were some of the most popular toys at Christmas in 1987. Anyone remember them?
"21.12.2016 16:50:21" itv.com Festive Fitness: common sense key to Christmas balance, says trainer A leading fitness trainer in Jersey has revealed to ITV News his guide for staying in shape over the notoriously indulgent Christmas period. Craig Culkin knows better than most the challenges of mixing a work/life balance and staying fit, being a father Festive Fitness: common sense key to Christmas balance. See our top tips below!
"21.12.2016 14:59:37" itv.com Mr Bronx will be reunited with owners for Christmas Mr Bronx will be reunited with his owners in time for Christmas, following a controversial 10 month court battle with authorities. The dog was seized by customs almost a year ago, as his family were returning to the island by sea. The authorities claimed Christmas has come early for one Jersey family - Mr Bronx is on his way home!
"21.12.2016 11:44:42" itv.com Bad weather threatens Christmas ferries Condor Ferries customers are being warned this Friday's Liberation sailing could be cancelled because of bad weather. The high speed service between Poole, Guernsey and Jersey planned for the 23rd December has been "placed under review" by Condor. The Christmas Travel Update: Condor Ferries customers are being warned this Friday's Liberation sailing could be cancelled because of bad weather.
"21.12.2016 11:25:08" itv.com 'Sacked' surgeon case prompts no confidence vote in Jersey politicians Jersey's top politicians are facing a vote of no confidence after the controversial 'sacking' of a top hospital surgeon. It's being brought by Deputy Mike Higgins, who claims the eye surgeon's dismissal of "was a grossly unfair act". Just days before 'Sacked' surgeon case prompts no confidence vote in Jersey politicians.
"20.12.2016 19:57:56" itv.com Millionaire lottery winner: Things like this don't happen to people like us A couple from Jersey have come forward to say they have this year's winning Christmas Lottery ticket, bagging a prize of more than £1m. The pair, who wish to remain anonymous for now, told ITV News they "didn't think it was real" when they checked the JACKPOT WINNERS COME FORWARD! A couple from Jersey say they have the winning ticket...
"20.12.2016 18:27:49" itv.com Channel Island Lottery winners announced The winners of the Channel Islands Christmas Lottery have been announced live on ITV Channel TV. A lucky ticket buyer will be able to claim more £1,120,220 for the 1st prize – with the number 338439. Number 2464842 won the 2nd prize of £100,000 and the See if you have a winning number!
"20.12.2016 18:17:31" Christmas Lottery Results on ITV Channel
"20.12.2016 17:45:07" itv.com Planned airport strike has been suspended The planned strike by baggage handlers in the UK on Friday and Saturday has been suspended. Talks between the company and union officials this afternoon resulted in a decision to call the strike off. The industrial action by Swissport had been expected to Christmas travel update: The planned airport strike has been suspended!
"20.12.2016 16:49:18" itv.com 'At risk' islanders urged to get flu jab 'At risk' islanders are being urged to get the flu jab from their GP, following bed shortages at Jersey Hospital. 'At risk' islanders are being urged to get the flu jab from their GP, following bed shortages at Jersey Hospital.
"20.12.2016 12:54:42" itv.com Education controversy prompts Facebook row The education no-confidence motion has prompted a Facebook row between two backbench Guernsey deputies. This morning, a motion of no confidence was officially lodged against members of the Education Committee in Guernsey. Last night, Vale Deputy Neil The education no-confidence motion has prompted a Facebook row between two backbench Guernsey deputies.
"20.12.2016 12:04:44" itv.com Islanders delighted by sea lettuce clean-up Islanders in Jersey are delighted that the States have cleaned up the sea lettuce at First Tower beach. The beach below the Lookout Café at First Tower was one of the areas most affected by sea lettuce in St Aubins Bay this summer. Islanders in Jersey are delighted that the States have cleaned up the sea lettuce at First Tower beach.
"20.12.2016 10:23:15" itv.com No confidence motion officially lodged against Education Committee ITV News can confirm that a motion of no confidence has been officially lodged against members of the Education Committee in Guernsey. The motion calls for the Deputies who supported selection at 11 for pupils to step down. It comes after the States voted A motion of no confidence has been officially lodged against members of the Education Committee in Guernsey.
"20.12.2016 10:08:27" itv.com Islanders show support following 'suspected terror attack' in Berlin Islanders have begun paying tribute to those affected by the 'Suspected terror attack' in Berlin. Twelve people have been killed and around 50 have been injured - several critically - after a lorry ploughed into a crowd at a Berlin Christmas market, Islanders show support following 'suspected terror attack' in Berlin last night.
"20.12.2016 10:06:45" itv.com Bailiwick's Fisheries Management Agreement re-instated The Bailiwick's Fisheries Management Agreement has been re-instated today. Guernsey forced to concede to demands for more fishing quotas as Fisheries Management Agreement re-instated
"19.12.2016 20:04:57" itv.com Groves parents ask for help to move trial of accused killer forward The mother of murdered Guernsey woman Sarah Groves has told ITV News of her pain at losing her daughter. The trial of the man accused of killing Sarah Groves has been going on for three years.
"19.12.2016 19:47:03" Timeline Photos Many thanks to Mark Butterworth, who captured the beauty of Petit Port just before the fog came rolling in at the weekend...
"19.12.2016 17:49:56" Timeline Photos There's a stormtrooper in the office! Tune in at 6pm to find out why...
"19.12.2016 17:42:41" itv.com Only two drivers caught in drink-drive campaign Only two drivers have been charged by police in Jersey since the start of its annual drink-drive campaign. More than two and a half thousand vehicles have been stopped and 71 people have been breathalysed. One was over the drink drive limit, while the Only two drivers caught in this year's drink-drive campaign!
"19.12.2016 17:13:28" itv.com Jersey hospital put on red alert due to bed shortage Jersey's General Hospital has been put on 'red alert' due to a lack of beds. A spokesman for the hospital has confirmed that there are less than 5 beds available across the entire site. Health officials say it's under 'significant pressure' with Jersey's Hospital has been put on 'red alert' - there are less than 5 beds left across the entire site.
"19.12.2016 17:12:20" ITV This is the journey that changed Prince Harry's life... Prince Harry In Africa, tonight 9pm ITV
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"19.12.2016 16:36:00" itv.com Father "touched" by plans for candlelit memorial The father of a young boy killed in a fatal collision says he is "touched" by plans for a candlelit memorial. Micheal Pringle's son was killed in a collision near Jersey's Millennium Park when he was only three. Speaking exclusively to ITV, Micheal said Michael Pringle tells ITV he is "touched" by tonight's candlelit memorial for his late son.
"19.12.2016 15:24:23" itv.com States announce additional funding for Island Games athletes Team Jersey' athletes will receive a £32,500 grant to subside travel costs. The grant, funded from extra income at Fort Regent, will be used to cover the cost of the deposit to secure charter flights for the Jersey team travelling to the Games. The States Team Jersey' athletes will receive a £32,500 grant to subside travel costs to the 2017 Island Games.
"19.12.2016 14:53:23" itv.com Monopoly Christmas helpline opens to prevent board game bust-ups Monopoly chiefs have set up a Christmas hotline to prevent board game bust-ups over the festive period. The helpline is to open in light of a survey that found 51% of Monopoly games end in a row. The most common cause of quarrels was due to people "making Monopoly bosses have opened a Christmas hotline as it's revealed more than half of games end in a row.
"19.12.2016 14:47:32" itv.com Flybe warn islanders of Christmas travel strike Islanders are being warned that there may be potential travel disruption in the lead up to Christmas. Flybe's baggage handlers, Swissport, are planning strikes on Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th December 2016. Islanders are being warned that there may be potential travel disruption in the lead up to Christmas.
"19.12.2016 13:08:49" itv.com Aurigny scoops second place in consumer survey Aurigny scoops second place for best short haul airline in the latest Which? consumer survey. The award comes after a year of controversy and customer dissatisfaction for the airline. Earlier this year, Alderney States pledged to pay £120k to provide an What do you think of their latest award? Did you vote in the survey?
"19.12.2016 11:38:04" itv.com Durrell say a sad farewell to parakeet Mr Brown Durrell Wildlife Park say a sad farewell to Mr Brown, the last remaining echo parakeet living outside of Mauritius. The Bird Department reported Mr Brown's death earlier this morning. Sad news at Durrell this morning after the death of the beloved Mr Brown.
"19.12.2016 10:51:13" itv.com Jersey police hunt for missing car crash driver Jersey police are hunting for a missing man who crashed a car on Sunday morning. The car was found on its side near Bel Royal School at around 7.40am. The driver fled the scene and was chased by a member of the public towards Le Providence and Le Marais Jersey police are hunting for a missing man who crashed a car near Bel Royal School on Sunday morning. Let the police know if you have any information.
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"18.12.2016 11:06:46" Timeline Photos This is currently the view of the runway at Jersey Airport, according to Jersey Met. If you're travelling to or from the island today, expect delays!
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"17.12.2016 16:17:08" www.itv.com Strikes could cause disruption to Christmas getaway Islanders flying to and from the Bailiwicks this Christmas period could face disruption, as thousands of staff across the British Isles are set to strike. Hundreds of check-in staff, baggage handlers and cargo crew for company Swissport will be striking Islanders flying to and from the Bailiwicks this Christmas period could face disruption, as thousands of staff across the British Isles are set to strike.
"17.12.2016 16:15:11" The Voice UK It's official... #TheVoiceUK comes to ITV on the 7th of January.✌️
"16.12.2016 18:12:47" LIVE with Education, Sport & Culture Deputy Paul Le Pelley and Vice-President Deputy Carl Meerveld on their decision to stand fast. Send in your questions...
"16.12.2016 17:04:46" itv.com Guernsey Education Committee won't resign over confidence concerns Guernsey's Education Committee have announced they won't resign, triggering an official vote of no confidence. Last week Deputy Emilie Yerby called for members to hand in their notices over concerns they couldn't deliver an all inclusive education system. It means a vote of no confidence will take place early next year.
"16.12.2016 13:30:17" itv.com Have you seen services improve since Flybe Blue Islands deal? ITV News is asking its audience if they have seen an improvement in services from Flybe and Blue Islands since they struck a franchise deal. Take our poll
"16.12.2016 11:46:31" itv.com Airline cooperation leaves customers worse off "more often than not" A travel expert has told ITV News that airlines cooperating can lead to increased prices and poorer services. It comes as the Flybe and Blue Islands agreement is being investigated.
"16.12.2016 09:55:12" itv.com Flybe Blue Islands franchise could be breaking competition laws A formal investigation is being launched into the Flybe and Blue Islands franchise, by the Channel Islands Competition Authority (CICRA). A watchdog is formally investigating the airlines, saying they might not be getting the best deals for customers.
"15.12.2016 20:37:33" ITV Goodbye 2016! Here's your first glimpse at some of the exciting ITV dramas coming in 2017. Plus a first listen of Emeli Sandé's new track
"15.12.2016 18:06:30" itv.com 'Increased pressure' on Jersey's Emergency Department Health officials in Jersey are warning islanders of increased pressure on the hospital Emergency Department. The number of people attending A&E has increased by around a third in the past few days, leading to overcrowding. A spokesperson for the hospital The hospital was on 'Red Alert' earlier, due to a lack of available beds.
"15.12.2016 16:40:11" itv.com Car overturns on Beaumont Hill Beaumont Hill in Jersey has been reopened, following a crash where a car ended up on its roof. The driver of the red Ford Fiesta is understood to have suffered minor injuries. Emergency services attended the scene earlier this afternoon. The road has since been reopened.
"15.12.2016 16:05:01" itv.com New head of Guernsey's concert hall vows to reverse venue's financial woes The new head of Guernseys St James Concert and Assembly Hall has vowed to reverse the… The loss is said to be a result of "tough trading conditions" and the expense of the venue's cafe, but what do you think could be done to improve the concert hall?
"15.12.2016 15:27:58" itv.com Advice to keep pets safe and well at Christmas time Christmas can often be overwhelming for animals, with different sights, smells and things to taste at home. Their usual environment is filled with trees, flowers and other unusual decorations and there can also be odd noises such as crackers and Christmas can often be overwhelming for animals with different sights, smells and things to taste at home - some of which can be dangerous.
"15.12.2016 13:51:19" Timeline Photos Almost all of Alderney's surviving Homecomers gathered in the Island Hall today for the 71st anniversary.
One even sung a song!
"15.12.2016 12:51:18" itv.com Jersey planning row intensifies as man puts signs on house in protest A man from Jersey has covered his farmhouse in protest banners, after being fined £50,000 for breaching planning rules. Ivor Barrette got approval to build a replacement extension to his property in St Mary, but fell foul of the planners when he removed Ivor Barrette has spent nearly £70,000 fighting a legal battle with Jersey Planning authorities.
"15.12.2016 12:19:37" ITV Channel TV Gatwick staff are not involved in potential strike action which means BA flights to and from Jersey will not be affected.
"15.12.2016 12:18:18" itv.com Jersey flights unaffected by BA strike action this Christmas British Airways flights in and out of Jersey will not be affected by potential strike action over the Christmas period. Thousands of British Airways cabin crew have voted overwhelmingly in favour of strikes in a row over pay, threatening to disrupt the Gatwick staff are not involved in potential strike action which means BA flights to and from Jersey will not be affected.
"15.12.2016 12:02:58" itv.com Alderney celebrates Homecoming Day People in Alderney are today celebrating 71 years since Homecoming Day. On this date in 1945, evacuated islanders returned home after the Second World War. During the conflict, the Nazis occupied the island and built four concentration camps. Many It's 71 years since islanders returned to Alderney, having evacuated the island in World War 2.
"15.12.2016 11:59:21" itv.com Islanders urged to give views in review of Jersey student finance A group of politicians, investigating funding options for Jersey students, is asking for the views of those affected. When the review was announced, the Education and Home Affairs Scrutiny Panel claimed that little progress has been made on the issue of A group of politicians, investigating funding options for Jersey students, is asking for the views of those affected.
"14.12.2016 17:56:04" The dangers facing taxi drivers 'He dug his nails into my face and tried to bite my ear...'
A Jersey taxi driver has spoken of the terrifying moment he was "viciously" attacked by a customer.
The island's cabbies say similar behaviour is becoming increasingly common and police could do
"14.12.2016 15:23:46" itv.com Serious crash outside St Saviour's Parish Hall Emergency Services are responding to what has been described as a 'serious' crash outside St Saviours Parish Hall. Police say motorists should expect delays in the area. It is thought the collision happened shortly before 3pm. Jersey Police have since confirmed that no one has been seriously injured.
"14.12.2016 14:41:27" itv.com Elderly man winched into helicopter from Jersey coastline An elderly man, who it is thought was wearing only his pyjamas on Jerseys north coast, had to be winched into a helicopter as part of dramatic rescue efforts. Two lifeboats, a French coastguard helicopter and thermal imaging equipment were all used in the It is thought the 78-year-old man was alone on Jersey's north coast wearing only his pyjamas.
"14.12.2016 13:08:52" itv.com Newspaper Editor reveals 20 jobs are set to go More details have been released about job cuts at the Jersey Evening Post and Guernsey Press. The Editor of the JEP says a maximum of 20 people will be leaving the business across both islands, some of whom have been with the company for many years Andy More details about job losses at the JEP and Guernsey Press
"14.12.2016 10:57:13" itv.com Jersey Police find elderly man safe and well Jersey Police say they are no longer concerned for the welfare of an elderly islander. The force took to social media this morning to ask for the public's help in trying to find a 78-year-old man, who officers thought could be in the Sorel Point area Officers had been concered for the welfare of a 78-year-old man who it's thought was in the Sorel Point area wearing only his pyjamas.
"13.12.2016 18:21:02" itv.com Mont Orgueil Castle needs new caretaker Mont Orgueil Castle in Gorey needs a new caretaker to take over the general running of the 800 year old building. Jobs will include opening the gates, raising the flag, and climbing more than 200 stairs every day. You can apply for the role here. Our Perhaps you still have a key to your parents' house or maybe even your neighbour's, but who fancies getting their hands on a key to a castle!?
"13.12.2016 17:36:23" itv.com Jersey A&E 'extremely busy' Islanders in Jersey are being asked not to attend A&E unless it is a genuine emergency. The States of Jersey took to social media to warn people that the hospital was particularly busy this afternoon. The post said islanders should visit their GP with any Islanders are being urged to contact their GP rather than go to Jersey's Emergency Department, unless they need urgent care.
"13.12.2016 16:18:06" itv.com Jersey prisoner suffered fit before he died, inquest hears The inquest into the death of a Jersey prisoner has been opened and adjourned. 41-year-old Simon Baudains, who was on remand, died last week after being taken to hospital. The inquest heard how he had suffered a fit and died shortly afterwards. Mr The 42-year-old's death is currently being investigated.
"13.12.2016 15:11:30" itv.com Guernsey Electricity finds fault that has left homes without power Guernsey Electricity has found the point of a cable fault, which has left homes in Castel without power. It has been located on Route de Carteret and an area of the road is now being dug up so it can be fixed. The road was already closed while Guernsey Power is expected to be restored to houses later this afternoon.
"13.12.2016 14:52:10" itv.com No comment from Education Committee regards resignation decisions There will be no comment from Guernseys Education Committee today, regarding the call for some members to resign. Officials from the States of Guernsey have confirmed that members will not be announcing their decision before the end of the day. Pressure Sources from the States of Guernsey say there will be no announcement today.
"13.12.2016 12:15:10" itv.com Cable fault leaves Castel homes without electricity Homes in Castel are without power due to a cable fault. Guernsey Electricity are working to fix the problem, but its thought supplies could be off for around three hours. It is not yet known how many houses in the area are affected. Guernsey… It's not yet known how many houses are affected, but power is likely to be off for up to three hours.
"13.12.2016 11:31:58" itv.com Guernsey Sunday trading 'not viable' in winter says retailer A Guernsey trader says it is not viable to open on Sundays throughout the winter months, other than in the run up to Christmas. Rocks Jewellers opens on… Have you been shopping in St Peter Port on Sundays this year? Do enough shops open to make it worth going into town?
"13.12.2016 09:25:13" itv.com Politicians debate Jersey's 2017 budget Increased taxes on fuel, alcohol and cigarettes will be debated today, as politicians discuss Jersey's budget for 2017. Changes to income tax also form part of the proposals. We'll be paying higher tax on fuel, alcohol and cigarettes if the plans are passed, but what are your views on next year's States budget?
"12.12.2016 17:41:17" itv.com Future of Guernsey Education committee: What we know so far... For months it was the future of education in Guernsey that hung in the balance, but now its the political future of the politicians in charge of it that is in jeopardy. It has been a weekend of political drama. First, a motion of no confidence was brought WATCH: Rob Moore reports on a weekend of political drama, after calls for members of Guernsey's Education committee to resign.
"12.12.2016 16:50:59" itv.com Concerns about Jersey States' private plane bill There are concerns that Jersey States may have spent large amounts of government money chartering private planes. Deputy Sam Mezec has asked the Chief Minister to detail the occasions the States have paid for aircraft for civil servants, politicians or A delay in publishing details of chartered planes could be 'unwelcome news,' according to a Jersey Deputy.
"12.12.2016 12:58:35" itv.com Long Port business entities enter administration Long Port Properties Limited, a major development firm in Guernsey, has gone into administration. Administrators are now looking to trade several branches of the company - including Guernsey Data Park Limited. Other affected entities, many of which are UK Other Long Port Group companies, including the parent company of Marina Health and Leisure and Kings Premier Health Club, are unaffected.
"12.12.2016 11:15:44" itv.com Fresh calls to implement Jersey States reform referendum results There are fresh calls to implement the results of the Jersey 2013 referendum on States reform, which would reduce the number of politicians in the island. Deputy Andrew Lewis has lodged a proposition, with the hope the current Assembly may think Deputy Andrew Lewis says failing to implement the referendum results has contributed to voter apathy.
"12.12.2016 11:08:05" itv.com Thousands of pounds taken from flat above Guernsey pub Guernsey Police are investigating after several thousand pounds in cash was taken from a flat in St Sampsons. Lottery tickets and Euros were also taken from a safe within the property, which is above La Fontaine Inn, Vale Road. It happened sometime Guernsey Police are asking the public for information.
"11.12.2016 19:01:22" Jersey Battle of Flowers Christmas Parade Missed the Jersey Battle of Flowers Christmas Parade? Have no fear! Get in the festive mood and check out some of the highlights here ⛄
"11.12.2016 15:08:38" itv.com Deputy Leadbeater resigns from Education Committee Deputy Marc Leadbeater has resigned from the Education Committee, after a split in the Committee's view of the education system. The Deputy said the move "wasn't taken lightly" and called it "a very difficult decision". On Friday a group of politicians It's after a split in the Committee's view on the education system. The Deputy voted in favour of scrapping the eleven plus.
"11.12.2016 14:44:01" itv.com Alderney residents demand healthcare review published immediately An online petition has been started demanding a review into Alderney's healthcare system is published immediately. Residents are concerned that delaying its publication means findings will be suppressed or watered down. Guernsey and Alderney States Islanders are worried the delay means findings of the review are being suppressed.
"11.12.2016 12:03:43" itv.com Major Guernsey property company files for administration Major property company Long Port Group, based in Guernsey, has filed for administration. The development company made an application to the Royal Court on Friday. Their portfolio includes the RBS International Channel Island headquarters and the Guernsey Long Port Group filed for administration on Friday, their work includes the RBSI Channel Island headquarters.
"11.12.2016 11:37:53" itv.com Moped involved in RTC in Jersey A moped has collided with a car near Western Fire Station in Jersey. Jersey Police say the scooter driver required treatment at the scene but was not taken to hospital. The incident happened in the last hour on La Route des Quennevais. The driver of the Part of La Route des Quennevais is still closed but is expected to be open shortly.
"10.12.2016 17:26:43" itv.com Fire service tackle kitchen blaze in St Helier Nine firefighters tackled a kitchen fire in St Helier today, after numerous calls were received by the emergency services. Two firefighters forced entry into the property, which is part of a low rise block of flats, just after 2:30pm. Once the fire was Luckily no one was in the property when the fire broke out.
"10.12.2016 16:52:38" itv.com 'Profound concerns' over Guernsey's Education Committee A group of politicians in Guernsey is asking the Education Committee to resign over "profound concerns" they won't be able to implement changes to the system voted for by the government. Last week the States decided to scrap the eleven plus exam and the Politicians are calling for the Committee to resign, as the majority don't support the move away from a selection system.
"10.12.2016 14:57:37" itv.com GSPCA rescues injured seal pup with "nasty injury" Guernsey's animal shelter has taken in a sick seal pup which was found at Petit Bot. A volunteer was called the area and found a weak, thin, young male seal pup with a "nasty" open injury on its back. The GSPCA's Animal Collection Officer, Geoff George, The animal shelter say the seal will need an operation on Monday.
"10.12.2016 11:07:54" itv.com TV signal returns to St Helier TV signal has returned to St Helier, after a problem with a transmitter at La Collette. The transmitter stopped working around 7pm last night, leaving those in the town area without ITV or Channel 4 on their televisions. Engineers worked to fix the You can put your feet up and watch the TV again, we're back on
"10.12.2016 10:31:16" itv.com Transmitter problem affecting TV signal in St Helier A problem with a transmitter at La Collette is affecting TV signals in St Helier. The transmitter stopped working around 7pm last night, leaving those in the town area without ITV or Channel 4 on their televisions. The island's main transmitter at Fremont If you're wondering why you're not picking up ITV or Channel 4 right now, here's why.
"09.12.2016 18:49:43" itv.com Calls for Guernsey's Education President and Committee members to resign There are calls for the President and four members of Guernsey's Education Committee to resign. Seven deputies have signed a letter saying 'the education of a generation of the island's children is of such vital importance, that the States must have full Seven Deputies have signed a letter calling for resignations, saying children's education is at risk.
"09.12.2016 12:27:48" itv.com Annual Christmas Auction Appeal calls for donations Islanders are being asked to donate to the Annual Christmas Auction Appeal. The annual event supports Jersey families and elderly people who cannot afford to buy presents for their children and grandchildren. On average 1,500 individuals or families are On average 1,500 individuals or families are helped each year.
"09.12.2016 12:26:38" itv.com Team Jets "full of confidence" despite poor form Team Jets' captain has told ITV News the squad remains "full of confidence" despite sitting bottom of the Premier 2 table. Team Jets captain tells ITV they're "full of confidence" despite poor form
"09.12.2016 12:03:35" itv.com Poor visibility is shifting around the islands This morning, Jersey experienced thick fog, but there were mist and fog patches for Guernsey and Alderney. Now (at 11.30am) the circumstances have flipped and Jersey airport is operational again. Guernsey and Alderney are in fog, but there are signs that Weather update: Poor visibility is shifting around the islands - Sophia Bird has the latest!
"09.12.2016 11:59:56" itv.com Farmers in Jersey could face pesticide tax Farmers in Jersey could face a tax on fertilisers and pesticides as part of a multi-million pound plan to make the island's water safer. It's part of proposals to clean up the island's water supplies!
"09.12.2016 10:53:35" itv.com Charity calls for final Tree of Joy appeal gifts Rotary Club elves are calling upon generous islanders to help make this Christmas extra special for deserving local youngsters. Christmas gifts must be handed in by Monday 12 December at the latest!
"09.12.2016 10:04:33" itv.com Islanders affected by travel disruption Islanders are being affected by the foggy weather conditions this morning. Some flights from Jersey Airport and Guernsey Airport have been cancelled. Some flights from Jersey Airport and Guernsey Airport have been cancelled!
"08.12.2016 17:28:34" Santa Dash Did you see the Santa Dash in Jersey today? Don't worry it's all for a good clause...
"08.12.2016 14:24:25" Jake's bedroom 10 yr old Jake has a serious heart condition and has to spend lots of time at home, but now his room has been transformed into a superhero's dream...
"08.12.2016 13:36:27" itv.com Motorcyclist hospitalised after colliding with car A motorcyclist has been taken to hospital with 'numerous injuries' after colliding with a car. Jersey Fire and Rescue attended the incident which happened in St Helier just after 11am this morning. The driver of the car was left uninjured and the cause of The man has been left with 'numerous injuries' after the incident in St Helier.
"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 email@example.com.
"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.
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"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.
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"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?
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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!
Thanks to Mark Butterworth for the picture.
"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.
Vote for your favourite and it could be shown on our programme this week!
"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 email@example.com 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?