Jersey News from Wednesday, February 12th, 2020
Honorary Police: Your Parish Needs You!
The Honorary Police has launched a major island-wide recruitment drive, with a particular focus on encouraging younger islanders to join.
Fishermen Want 'To Take Back Control' Of Local Waters
Fisherman will be marching through town this Friday (14 February), calling for Jersey to take back control of its waters.
Late Night Opening At Jersey Library
Jersey Library will be open for longer from next month on a year-long trial.
Future Of Co-Op Medical Care In Major Doubt
The future of the Channel Island Co-op's medical care business is up in the air, because of a shortage of GPs and financial struggles.
Reds Chairman Slams 'Immoral' Funding Cut
The Jersey Reds chairman has slammed the governing body's decision to suddenly slash Championship funding by 50% from next season - calling the timing of it 'immoral and totally irresponsible'.
Jersey Gorilla Announces Global Fundraiser
The man who ran the Jersey Marathon wearing a gorilla costume wants to complete a host of other marathons over the next five years to raise even more money for Jersey Zoo.
Greenfields Won't Be Demolished
The Greenfields building won't be demolished, but will be 'redesigned and redeveloped' instead.