ENDING a ‘war of attrition’ with teachers is the aim of a name change for an online school campaign protest group.
A PAEDOPHILE is beginning ‘a very substantial prison sentence’ after being found guilty yesterday of possessing, making, or distributing more than one million indecent images of children.
JERSEY is prepared to take legal action to stop Guernsey using the Channel Islands Aircraft Registry branding.
BLOCKBUSTER customers had their last chance to grab a bargain yesterday as the store closed its doors for the final time.
POLICE officers will be paying more visits to out-of-town pubs this Christmas as it tries to crack down on drink-driving.
ALDERNEY’S vet has thanked the island’s emergency services for their efforts to help recover her pet dog, which fell off a cliff at the weekend.
SARK’S four latest additions to Chief Pleas – all of whom have connections to the local government – have voiced their eagerness to tackle the ‘big issues’ facing islanders.
A LETTER of condolence for the loss of Nelson Mandela has been sent by the Bailiff to the South African High Commissioner to the United Kingdom.
DELAYS to developing Leale’s Yard are holding the Bridge back, retailers have said.