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Wealth gap in Jersey is ‘extreme’, says charity

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Wealth gap in Jersey is ‘extreme’, says charity


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Suspected drug dealer put on probation for obstructing the police

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Suspected drug dealer put on probation for obstructing the police


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School students put to the test in De Putron Challenge

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School students put to the test in De Putron Challenge


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St Helier lifeboat crew stood down and station closed

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St Helier lifeboat crew stood down and station closed


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£100,000: Income needed to buy a three-bed home

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£100,000: Income needed to buy a three-bed home


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Appeal issued for missing girl

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Appeal issued for missing girl


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St Ouen terror seagull: Warnings signs to be erected

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St Ouen terror seagull: Warnings signs to be erected


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  • Benefits from confiscated proceeds of crime revealed
    Benefits from confiscated proceeds of crime revealed

    , jerseyeveningpost.com

    Since 2010 more than £32.25 million has been used from the Criminal Offences Confiscation Fund on various projects to offset the cost to the taxpayer. Projects have included: £14.7 million on the new £24 million police station. £117,849 on body-worn cameras for police officers. Almost £300,000 on various drug support programmes such as needle bins, opiate-substitution programmes and parental advice booklets
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Business

  • Jerseyman named as one of the coolest people in the UK tech industry
    Jerseyman named as one of the coolest people in the UK tech industry

    , jerseyeveningpost.com

    Andy Chatterley, founder of tech company MUSO, is 72nd on the UK Tech 100 list of the coolest people in UK tech compiled by Business Insider, the respected online trade magazine. The list includes chief executives of start-ups, journalists, investors and PR people. And Mr Chatterley (44) has been placed in front of such business luminaries as Lastminute.com founder-turned-investor Brent Hoberman, the co-founder and chief executive of car website Carwow, James Hind, and Baroness Lane-Fox
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Health

  • Get a free mouth cancer check-up, dentists urge
    Get a free mouth cancer check-up, dentists urge

    , jerseyeveningpost.com

    Throughout November, Confidence Dental at Castle Quay will offer the free oral check-ups as part of Mouth Cancer Action Month. According to latest figures from Cancer Research UK more than 2,000 people die from mouth cancer every year, while 18 people in the UK are diagnosed with mouth cancer every day. Anyone showing signs of long-lasting ulcers, red or white patches inside the mouth and unusual swellings in the mouth, head or neck are especially at risk of the cancer
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Family & Parenting

  • Breastfeeding mothers ‘need more support’
    Breastfeeding mothers ‘need more support’

    , jerseyeveningpost.com

    The politician tasked with improving breastfeeding rates in the Island, Deputy Kristina Moore, has now urged employers to be more aware of the support new mothers will need when they go back to work. Deputy Moore says that she also intends to meet St Helier Constable Simon Crowcroft to look at the current facilities in place for breastfeeding mothers. The Deputy – who has responsibility for the 1,001 Critical Days initiative which focuses on the development of children in their early years – has met mothers from the Breastfeeding Buddies group to hear their experiences as well as a new mother and her baby during a health visit with Family Nursing & Home Care
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    Tags: Motherhood |  Children |  Babies |  Breastfeeding | 
    Places: Jersey | 

Society & Culture

  • Plane crash which killed Islander: 3 causes examined
    Plane crash which killed Islander: 3 causes examined

    , jerseyeveningpost.com

    Richard Osman – a father-of-two who worked for mining company Centamin – was one of 66 people on board EgyptAir flight MS804 which plunged into the Mediterranean en route from Paris to Cairo in May last year. No one survived. Numerous theories over what caused the crash have been put forward, including that the co-pilot’s iPhone 6S and iPad Mini 4 may have overheated and caused a fire after being plugged into a socket in the cockpit
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Education

  • School students put to the test in De Putron Challenge
    School students put to the test in De Putron Challenge

    , jerseyeveningpost.com

    The contest, which took place at the Radisson Blu Hotel on Thursday, showcased the Island’s brightest young minds. The winners will next week take on their Guernsey counterparts in inter-island finals that are due to be live-streamed on the internet. A total of 19 primary schools took part in the Year 6 competition, with newcomers St Mary emerging victorious after three heats and a four-team final
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    Tags: Schools |  Students | 
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Law & Crime

  • Benefits from confiscated proceeds of crime revealed
    Benefits from confiscated proceeds of crime revealed

    , jerseyeveningpost.com

    Since 2010 more than £32.25 million has been used from the Criminal Offences Confiscation Fund on various projects to offset the cost to the taxpayer. Projects have included: £14.7 million on the new £24 million police station. £117,849 on body-worn cameras for police officers. Almost £300,000 on various drug support programmes such as needle bins, opiate-substitution programmes and parental advice booklets
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    Categories: Law & Crime | 
    Places: Jersey | 

Science & Nature

  • Condor cancels crossing following forecasts of severe weather
    Condor cancels crossing following forecasts of severe weather

    , jerseyeveningpost.com

    The Guernsey to Jersey leg of Thursday's crossing from Poole to the Channel Islands will no longer go-ahead. Consequently the evening crossing from Jersey to Guernsey has also been cancelled. The Condor Rapide service from Guernsey to St Malo via Jersey has been brought forward by one hour and 55 minutes. Jersey Met is forecasting winds of up to gale-force eight around Jersey and severe gale-force nine mid-Channel on Thursday night as an area of low pressure moves across Britain
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