Jersey News from Thursday, February 13th, 2020
'St Helier 12' Locked Up For Charity
A group of islanders have been sentenced and put in La Moye prison this week, though not for committing any crimes.
Citizens Jury To Discuss Assisted Dying
Between 12 and 24 Jersey residents will be randomly chosen to form a Citizen's Jury, who will consider the issue of assisted dying in Jersey.
Schools Shut After Storm Damage
Pupils have been sent home from Haute Vallée and Mont à l'Abbé secondary schools because gales have damaged their roofs.
New JFA Under 21 Boss Named CEO
Newly-appointed Jersey FA under 21 manager David Kennedy has been named as the JFA's new Chief Executive.
Hue Court Block Given To 'Essential Workers'
All 45 apartments in block B of Hue Court have been designated to essential workers like doctors, nurses and social workers.
Flooding Brings More Disruption
There is travel disruption on Jersey's roads for a third morning this week because of stormy weather.