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In addition to the 1GB broadband speeds, which have continued to be available island wide since March, customers can make free landline calls to local numbers while the restrictions announced on Wednesday remain in place. Customers who are not already on an unlimited home broadband contract will not be charged if they go over their monthly broadband usage limit during this time."
However, despite ALL businesses being closed from Christmas Eve and not reopening until last week, these charges appear to have been reintroduced as early as 11th January, when only the schools had returned to normal. Certainly this was the date call charges began again, so I presume this also applies to the reintroduction of monthly broadband usage limits.
Perhaps Mr. Mc Dermott would be kind enough to explain why a) 11th January was chosen as the appropriate date for the reintroduction of charges, despite the island still being in virtual lockdown, and b) why, yet again, JT have "moved the goalposts" without giving any prior notification to their customers??
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Education Official Jailed For Indecent Images
David Berry (60) - a senior education official - has been sentenced to 15 weeks in prison for possessing indecent images of children.
Education Official Jailed For Indecent Images A senior education official has been sentenced to 15 weeks in prison for possessing indecent images of children.
Birth And Fertility Rates Fall
Jersey's birth and fertility rates have fallen, and more women having babies when they are in their 30s and 40s.
Birth And Fertility Rates Fall Fewer babies were born in Jersey in 2022 and the island's fertility rate is at a 20 year low.
'Significant Progress' In L'Ecume Investigation
Officers working on Operation Nectar have reviewed almost seven days' worth of footage, trying to find answers to what caused a collision that left two fishermen dead and their skipper missing.
'Significant Progress' In L'Ecume Investigation CCTV evidence shows what the three crewmen of the L'Ecume II were doing in the hours before the disaster at sea.
Plans Confirmed For Muratti Day
Both the men's final and women's Muratti will take place at Guernsey's Footes Lane on Saturday 13 May.
Plans Confirmed For Muratti Day For the first time, both the men's and women's Muratti finals will take place on the same day this year.
Legal Age Of Marriage Rises To 18
🚫 Under 18s can no longer marry
💍Civil partnerships available to all couples
💒 Back-up wet weather wedding locations allowed
🤱 Embarrassing baby names can be refused
Legal Age Of Marriage Rises To 18 The age at which people can marry in Jersey has risen from 16 to 18. It's one of a number of changes to the law that take effect today (24 March).
CI Tie At De Putron Finals
Both Jersey and Guernsey have won at the de Putron Challenge, which aims to showcase the brightest minds across the islands.
CI Tie At De Putron Finals Both Jersey and Guernsey teams have won at the finals of the de Putron School Challenge.
Pilots Thank CI RNLI For Saving Their Lives
Here, a pilot who ditched his plane in the sea and an RNLI crew-member tell the dramatic tale of the life-saving mission.
Pilots Thank CI RNLI For Saving Their Lives The crew at the Channel Islands’ RNLI saved five lives in 2022 including those of two pilots from Jersey who recall how it felt seeing the lifeboat come to their rescue.
👏 Well done to Year 8 from St Michael's who have won the De Putron Challenge school quiz! 🏆
Congratulations to Plat Douet's Year 6 team for getting to the finals and trying their best, but narrowly missing a win by five points.
📸 De Putron Challenge
Work Starts To Replace Runway Landing Kit
A piece of equipment that helps aircraft land safely at Jersey airport is being replaced.
Work Starts To Replace Runway Landing Kit Work to install a new Instrument Landing System (ILS) at Jersey airport is likely to take around two months.
£12 Million For Pharmacies
Pharmacies are getting £12m to expand their healthcare services and rules are being changed so patients can be prescribed more than 30 days medicine without needing to go back to their GP.
£12 Million For Pharmacies Jersey's government is investing £12m into pharmacies to recruit and train staff and extend healthcare support and advice services.
Cadaver Dogs Find Nothing In Search For Missing Man
Victim recovery dogs return to the UK, in the search for missing Thomas Frost, after being unable to find any clues.
Cadaver Dogs Find Nothing In Search For Missing Man Victim recovery dogs have returned to the UK after not locating missing Thomas Frost.
Head Of Public Service Resigns
The head of the island's public service has handed her shock resignation to the Chief Minister.
Head Of Public Service Resigns Suzanne Wiley, whos the first female CEO of the government, has handed in her shock resignation.
BREAKING: The States Chief Executive and Head of the Public Service, Suzanne Wylie, has resigned from her role.
The Chief Minister, Deputy Kristina Moore, has accepted the resignation and confirmed an appointment process will begin for a replacement.
Lower Speed Limits In St Clement
The speed limit has been cut on more than a dozen roads in St Clement.
Lower Speed Limits In St Clement The speed limit has been lowered on more than a dozen roads in St. Clement.
New Service Gives Islanders Important Information
The main aim of new Policy Centre Jersey is to inform people about how the island is run and the key issues affecting their lives.
New Service Gives Islanders Important Information The chair of a new think tank says Jersey's voting engagement is one of, if not, the worst in the world.
Haut Du Mont Investigation Enters Next Stage
Key pieces of evidence from the fatal Haut du Mont explosion are being examined at one of the UK's top laboratories as Operation Spire enters its next stage.
Haut Du Mont Investigation Enters Next Stage Key pieces of evidence from the fatal Haut du Mont explosion are being examined at one of the UK's top laboratories as Operation Spire enters its next stage.
2% Of Health Staff Attend New Hospital Workshops
Just 59 of the island's 2,475 healthcare staff went to recent workshops about government plans for new healthcare facilities.
2% Of Health Staff Attend New Hospital Workshops Just 59 of the island's 2,475 healthcare staff went to recent workshops about government plans for new healthcare facilities.
Harbour Seal ‘Needs Time To Recover’
Jersey has a visitor, but unfortunately, she was found entangled and is going through her annual moult, which means she may be a little bit stressed.
Harbour Seal ‘Needs Time To Recover’ Jersey's harbour has a new visitor… but we’re being asked to avoid disturbing her as she has been through a rough patch.
Haut Du Mont Handed Back To Government
Police have finished collecting evidence from the site of December's fatal Haut du Mont explosion and have left the scene.
Haut Du Mont Handed Back To Government The scene of December's fatal explosion has been given back to the government as the police have finished collecting evidence.
Trio Jailed Over £75k Drugs Haul
Three men are starting seven and a half year jail terms for their part in dealing drugs in Jersey.
Trio Jailed Over £75k Drugs Haul Three men are starting seven and a half year jail terms for their part in dealing drugs in Jersey.
Constable Drops Bid To Halt Waterfront Development
Ministers have pledged an extra £15 million over five years to regenerate parts of St Helier. The Town Constable says his demands have effectively been met.
Constable Drops Bid To Halt Waterfront Development Constable Simon Crowcroft has withdrawn his proposition calling for a pause the redevelopment of Jersey's Waterfront.
£350,000 Of Drugs Seized At Ports
Two men are set to appear in the Royal Court after £350,000 worth of drugs were seized at the island's ports.
£350,000 Of Drugs Seized At Ports Two men from the UK have been charged with importing drugs with a combined street value of £350,000 following two separate, unconnected seizures at the island's ports.
Appeal For Man Who Brandished Knife
Officers are looking for a man who pulled out a knife and made threats to construction workers in St Helier.
Appeal For Man Who Brandished Knife Police are appealing for help to identify a man who got a knife out to construction workers when they asked him to leave a St Helier building site.
Jersey photographer Matt Porteous has taken more family photos of the Royal family. These were shared by the Prince and Princess of Wales to mark Mother's Day and show Kate sitting in a tree with Princes Louis and George and Princess Charlotte, and holding her youngest child in her arms.
Government Considers TikTok Ban
A TikTok ban on government-owned phones is being considered in Jersey.
Government Considers TikTok Ban A ban on TikTok on government-owned devices is being considered in Jersey after the UK made the move last week.
Teenager Guilty Of Attempted Murder
A 19-year-old man has been found guilty of the attempted murder of an 18-year-old who was stabbed 23 times.
Teenager Guilty Of Attempted Murder A 19 year old has been found guilty of attempted murder after a teenager was stabbed repeatedly in St Saviour last January.
BREAKING: Alex De Jesus has been found guilty of attempted murder following the stabbing of an 18-year-old man last January.
Condor Names New Ferry
Condor has decided on a name for its new ferry before it sets sail for the Channel Islands.
Condor Names New Ferry The ferry company has confirmed the name of its new conventional ropax vessel.
Baby Clothes Rental Service Launches
A baby clothing subscription service has launched in Jersey, hoping to offer parents a cheaper and greener option.
Baby Clothes Rental Service Launches An islander has created a new rental service for baby clothes and equipment to offer local parents a cheaper and green option.
St Helier Hosts St. Patrick's Party
There'll be Irish music, dancing, food and drink in Parade Gardens for the next three days as St Helier hosts the St Patrick's Festival.
St Helier Hosts St. Patrick's Party Jersey's Irish community will be celebrating St. Patrick's Day with a host of events in St Helier.
Two Senior Health Officials Step Down
Two of the island's senior health officials have resigned from their roles in the department.
Two Senior Health Officials Step Down Both the island's Chief Officer for HCS and the Chief Nurse have resigned from their roles.
South Hill Homes Rejected Again
A second attempt by JDC to get planning permission for more than 100 flats at South Hill has failed.
South Hill Homes Rejected Again Plans for more than 100 homes at South Hill have been rejected for a second time.
Jersey Musician Single 'Snowdrops' To Help Ukraine
Sam Falle's band Winterfalle has turned the poem 'Snowdrops' by Chris Riddell -about the human impact of the war in Ukraine - into a song.
Jersey Musician Single 'Snowdrops' To Help Ukraine A musician from Jersey has turned a poem by award-winning former Children's Laureate Chris Riddell into a song to raise money for a charity working in war-torn Ukraine.
More French Produce On CI Shelves
The Co-op and Condor are in talks about boosting supplies of French produce on CI supermarket shelves now the ferry firm has bought a second freight and passenger vessel.
More French Produce On CI Shelves Shoppers could see more French products on supermarket shelves after Condor bought a new ferry.
Minister Meets With Fort Campaigners
Talks have taken place between Fort Regent campaigners and the Sports Minister as petition reaches over 2,100 signatures.
Minister Meets With Fort Campaigners Friends of Fort Regent have met with the Sports Minister as the group's petition reaches 2,100 signatures.
Les Amis Pulls Out Of Building Residential Home
Les Amis has pulled out of building an island-first specialist residential home at Val Plaisant.
Les Amis Pulls Out Of Building Residential Home Les Amis will not go ahead with its planned residential home at Val Plaisant for islanders with learning disabilities.
Bailiff Receives His Knighthood
"It is a great honour to represent the island as Bailiff and, as I have said before, receiving my Knighthood feels very much like the ‘icing on the cake’ " - Sir Tim Le Cocq, Bailiff of Jersey.
Bailiff Receives His Knighthood Jersey's Bailiff has received his knighthood in a ceremony at Windsor Castle.
Ministers Asks JHT To Delay Rent Rise
The Housing Minister has asked Jersey Homes Trust to delay a 9% rent rise due to take effect on 1 April.
Ministers Asks JHT To Delay Rent Rise The Housing Minister has asked Jersey Homes Trust to delay a 9% rent rise.
CI Art Exhibition To Tour Europe
ArtHouse Jersey and Art for Guernsey are joining together to promote the Channel Islands overseas with a touring exhibition in 2024..
CI Art Exhibition To Tour Europe Artists from across the Channel Island have the opportunity to display their work in an exhibition that will tour Europe in 2024.
👏 Well done to Year 8 from St Michael's and Year 6 from Plat Douet School who have won the Jersey heats of the De Putron Challenge school quiz.
❓They'll take on Guernsey's top young minds next week in the final. 🏆
📸 De Putron Challenge
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