Jersey News from Friday, November 8th, 2019
Rape Investigation: Man Arrested
A 36-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of raping a teenage girl in Gorey last week.
'Reckless' 70MPH Motorist Wanted By Police
Police want to speak to anyone who saw a car being driven at around 70mph along Victoria Avenue on Wednesday morning.
Jersey Independence 'Not Government Policy'
Jersey’s government has been forced to deny it’s planning to seek independence from the UK.
Tourism Campaign Gives Boost To Smaller Channel Islands
VisitGuernsey has launched a new tourism campaign encouraging visitors to get out and explore all 'the Islands of Guernsey'.
Siam Cup Date Confirmed
Next year's Siam Cup will be played on 2nd May in Guernsey.
Trinity Pupils Lay Wreath For 'Great Escape' Airman
Students from Trinity School have laid a wreath in memory of a French pilot whose Spitfire crash-landed in the parish during the Second World War.
Rape Appeal: Police Stage Reconstruction
Police have staged a reconstruction of the movements of a teenage girl who was raped in Gorey on Halloween.