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52 New Flats In Town?
Dandara wants to demolish an office block in town to create 52 new apartments. Plans have been submitted for Kleinworth Benson House behind Wests Centre. The office block is on the corner of Hilary Street and Peter Street. If the plans are approved, it will be replaced with a six-storey building that has 13 one-bed and 39 two-bed flats. There ... Read More
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16-Jul-2018 - Source: Channel 103 FM

St Mary Road To Re-Open After 1½ Years
 A St Mary road that’s been closed to traffic for a year and a half could re-open at the end of this week. Work on Mont de la Barcelone in Mourier Valley is nearly finished. It’s been shut since January 2017 after damage caused by heavy rain. No work was done for more than a year because a liability ... Read More
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16-Jul-2018 - Source: Channel 103 FM

Jersey Photographer Snaps Smiling Prince
A photo of a smiling Prince Louis, taken by Jersey photographer Matt Porteous, has been released by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. The image had been intended for the couple’s private family album. Five photos of Prince Louis’ christening have been published today. Four are formal portraits taken by Matt Holyoak following last week’s baptism at St James’s Palace. ... Read More
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16-Jul-2018 - Source: Channel 103 FM

Andy Does The Double!
Endurance swimmer Andy Truscott has set another world record. He has become the first person to swim twice around Jersey non-stop. He completed his third world first swim in a time of 22 hours and 7 minutes.   #SHmedia #swimming#FansEyeView Wow! Awesome news to wake up to!@Tigerinwater has competed his incredible challenge in 22hrs 07mins! 1 lap of #JerseyCI 🇯🇪 ... Read More
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16-Jul-2018 - Source: Channel 103 FM

Island Marks St Helier Day
Celebrations of Jersey’s patron saint continue with the annual pilgrimage to Elizabeth Castle. A procession will start at the Town Church at half-past-two and walk through town and along the causeway to the castle. A wreath will be laid at the rock where the hermit monk Saint Helier – who the island’s capital is named after – once lived. The ... Read More
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15-Jul-2018 - Source: Channel 103 FM

First ‘Parent And Baby Fair’ Taking Place
New or expectant parents have the chance to find out more about the services and support available to them in Jersey. The island’s first ‘Parent and Baby’ fair is taking place today at the Pomme d’Or between 10am and 3pm. GPs, Midwives and Physiotherapists are on hand to give advice for parents-to-be or new parents. Charities like Friends of SCBU, ... Read More
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15-Jul-2018 - Source: Channel 103 FM

Fête de St Hélier Back For Sixth Year
Jersey’s town centre street party is back for its sixth year. The Féte de St Helier sees food stalls, live entertainment and arts and crafts activities laid on over the weekend. The event is part of the celebrations for St Helier Day, which also includes tomorrow’s annual Pilgrimage to Elizabeth Castle. Food, drink, and activities reflecting the diverse cultures of ... Read More
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14-Jul-2018 - Source: Channel 103 FM

Children Given Free Water Safety Lessons
All Year 5 pupils in Jersey are being offered free outdoor swimming and water safety lessons. The programme’s running this month and is a partnership between Swim England, the RNLI, the Bosdet Foundation and Jersey Sport. 850 youngsters are getting the training from Swim Safe instructors and beach lifeguards. The scheme teaches young people how to stay safe in and ... Read More
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14-Jul-2018 - Source: Channel 103 FM

Nurse Takes On Charity Cycling Challenge
A breast cancer nurse is cycling solo non-stop for 24 hours in the hope of raising £20,000 for patients with the disease. Kathleen Hirani is riding a six-mile loop between St Aubin and Le Frigate continuously from 8am this morning – even pedalling during meals. Four local charities – Macmillan Jersey, After Breast Cancer, Family Nursing & Home Care and ... Read More
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14-Jul-2018 - Source: Channel 103 FM

Cavill Apologises For #MeToo Comments
Henry Cavill has apologised for comments he’s made in a interview about the #MeToo campaign. The Jersey-born actor has being widely criticised for his remarks about being scared to flirt with women. Superman star Cavill’s been called out on twitter for an interview he gave to GQ magazine in Australia. Asked about how the #MeToo movement against sexual harassment had ... Read More
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13-Jul-2018 - Source: Channel 103 FM

Visitor Spending Up £3M
Visitors to Jersey spent more than £21 million in the first four months of this year. That’s £3m more than the same period in 2017. The increase is despite there being slightly fewer visitors to Jersey in 2018 so far. However Visit Jersey says a 40% jump in day-trippers from France has had a big impact on visitor spending. The ... Read More
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13-Jul-2018 - Source: Channel 103 FM

Andy Attemps Double Island Swim
Endurance swimmer Andy Truscott is trying to swim around the island twice in less than 24 hours. He will set out on the 160 mile challenge tomorrow morning, raising money for Littlefeet Environmental and the RNLI. If he succeeds, it will be the third time he’s achieved a world first. He has previously been the first person to swim solo ... Read More
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13-Jul-2018 - Source: Channel 103 FM

Holiday Roadworks In St Clement
St Clement’s inner road will be resurfaced during the school summer holidays. Work on La Grande Route de St Clement will start on Monday 23rd July by Samares Manor and continue towards Le Rocquier school. There will be closures on weekdays between 9am and 11pm. The States is warning motorists to expect disruption, but says the work is much-needed as ... Read More
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13-Jul-2018 - Source: Channel 103 FM

Trio Arrested In Taxi Rank Brawl
  Three men in their twenties have been arrested after a brawl broke out at the Weighbridge Taxi Rank. It happened at around 1.20am on Thursday, in the hours after England’s World Cup semi-final defeat. Police say ‘several men’ were involved in a fight. Three, aged 27, 23 and 22, were detained. Anyone who saw what happened should call Jersey ... Read More
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13-Jul-2018 - Source: Channel 103 FM

More Islanders Denied Bank Accounts
More than 900 islanders are now relying on Community Savings to look after their finances. The charity provides accounts for people who may have been black-listed by high-street banks, with a big increase over the last 18 months. It’s received 71 account applications so far this year and had 150 new members in 2017. Most modern bill or wage payments ... Read More
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12-Jul-2018 - Source: Channel 103 FM

Dispute Over Toilets At People’s Park
. A Town deputy wants the States to pay for a toilet block at People’s Park. Richard Rondel says with a new children’s play area, and more public events there, it’s becoming more popular with islanders and schools. It’s sparked a row over who would pay for people to spend a penny in the park. “These are urgently and desperately ... Read More
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12-Jul-2018 - Source: Channel 103 FM

Rise In Sim Card Thefts Abroad
Islanders are being warned of the dangers of mobile phone roaming scams and thefts when travelling abroad. Its after an increase in the number of SIM cards being stolen from phones to call premium-rate numbers, that incur thousands of pounds in charges. The Jersey Fraud Prevention Forum is asking people to set passwords on phones AND sim cards when heading ... Read More
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12-Jul-2018 - Source: Channel 103 FM

Man Exposed Himself On Beach
 Police are investigating reports of man acting in a lewd manner at Le Coupe in St Martin. They want to speak to anyone who a man indecently expose himself on Tuesday afternoon. It’s alleged to have happened at around 2pm. He was at the far end of the beach away from the steps. He is described as in his ... Read More
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12-Jul-2018 - Source: Channel 103 FM

Busy 2018 For Jersey Airport
More than 750,000 people have travelled through Jersey Airport so far this year. That’s 24,000 more than in the first half of 2017. There have been big increases in passenger numbers on Scottish routes (up 34%) while take up of seats on flights to and from the North East of England and Northern Ireland are up 10% and 11% respectively. ... Read More
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12-Jul-2018 - Source: Channel 103 FM

1500 Watch England Exit On Big Screen
England’s hopes of reaching a first World Cup final since lifting the trophy in 1966 came to an end last night. Their hopes of going all the way in Russia came to an end after a 2-1 defeat to Croatia in extra-time. The heartbreak was witnessed by fans watching on the Waterfront. 1500 people saw the game on a hastily-erected ... Read More
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12-Jul-2018 - Source: Channel 103 FM

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