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  1. Local Live in the Channel Islands

    Ryan Morrison

    BBC News Online

    Local Live has finished for the day but we'll be back again tomorrow morning from 08:00 with the day's news, sport, travel and weather.

    Don't forget to tune in to BBC One at 18:30 tonight and again at 22:25 for all the latest headlines, travel and of course weather  with BBC Channel Islands News .

  2. Rough to very rough seas forecast until tomorrow morning

    Jersey met forecasts rough to very rough seas until the early hours tomorrow. 

    Here is a reminder of the kind of waves we saw this morning.

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    Video caption: We've seen huge waves over the last few days with thunderstorm warning for tonight
  3. Police launch campaign against using mobiles while driving

    Ryan Morrison

    BBC News Online

    Jersey police will be out on the roads tomorrow looking for anyone using a mobile phone while driving. It's part of a campaign to highlight the dangers involved.

    Mobile Driving

    The States of Jersey Police, Honorary Police and the Road Safety Panel will be conducting road checks during the week from tomorrow morning. Last year 444 drivers were prosecuted for using their mobile while driving, up from 374 in 2015.

    Quote Message: There is no excuse for using your mobile whilst driving, everyone knows it is illegal even if it’s just in your hand, if the vehicle is in motion you are breaking the law. It does not matter whether you are making call, answering a text or using social media, the offence will still be committed and if caught you face a fine of up to £1,000." from Insp Tim Barnes States of Jersey Police
    Insp Tim BarnesStates of Jersey Police
  4. Islanders warned to be wary if offered 'second-hand' computers or tablets

    BBC Radio Guernsey

    Two tablets and a computer stolen from a Guernsey dental practice could be offered for sale in the island, police have warned.

    Two 32GB iPad mini 2 devices and a HP desktop computer were taken during a break in at the Halfway Dental Practice, Vale Road, St Sampson, last week.

    iPad mini 2

    Officer are also keen to hear from anyone who saw anything suspicious in the area between 18:00 on Wednesday 22 February and 07:00 on Thursday 23 February.

  5. Weather: Winds easing overnight, but building again tomorrow

    BBC Weather

    Showers will gradually ease through this evening and winds will gradually ease, leaving a dry night with some clear spells. Minimum Temperature: 7C (45F).

    Weather map

    Outbreaks of rain will arrive through tomorrow morning, turning heavy at times, but this will clear to the north in the afternoon.

    It will become very windy later on with gales possible. Maximum Temperature: 11C (52F).

  6. A history of Jersey in 30,000 objects...

    Jersey Evening Post

    Waxwork heads, rusty bicycles, German daggers and defunct computers are just some of the items at Jersey Heritage’s object store in Trinity, where a huge audit is under way .  

  7. Tributes paid to outgoing Jersey Anglican Dean

    Ryan Morrison

    BBC News Online

    Faith leaders in Jersey have been paying tribute to the outgoing dean, who is leaving the role, and the island after more than a decade in charge of the island's Anglican churches.

    The Very Reverend Bob Key

    Methodist leader Revd Graeme Halls said the dean had been "pivotal" in friendly relationships with Christians and the island's Muslim communities.

    Jewish leader Steven Regal said the dean will leave a successful legacy of strong relationships between all of the island's faith communities.

  8. Teachers injured in French crash 'stable but critical'

    Ryan Morrison

    BBC News Online

    Two teachers from Jersey, who were on holiday at La Clusaz skiing resort in France over half term last week, were left with serious injuries after being hit by a car.

    La Clusaz

    French police said the driver left the scene but was later arrested.

    The two, who have not been named, are both teachers at De La Salle College in Jersey. The Catholic all boys secondary school says they are not expecting them back to the island until the summer term.

    They're both in hospital in the French city of Annecy where their conditions are described as critical but stable.

    Assistant head teacher Tim Sylvester said the thoughts and prayers of the whole De La Salle community were with both members of staff and their families.

  9. Athletics: Duquemin recalled by Team GB

    Jersey Evening Post

    Zane Duquemin has earned a recall for Great Britain after 20 months away from official international duty .

  10. Overheard at work: 'What happened to my boat?'

    Ryan Morrison

    BBC News Online

    At the BBC offices in Jersey we work in one long room, there are TV reporters, radio journalists, the online team and radio presenters. Often you overhear snippets of a phone conversation about a story.

    My favourite of the day was Drivetime presenter Cameron Ward suddenly saying, as a hush felll over the room: "So do you ever get owners call and say 'what happened to my boat?'"

    He's talking about an amnesty on tenders at the St Helier Old Harbour - basically if owners don't follow the guidelines they'll have their boat confiscated.

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  11. Jersey Post invests in US global postal company

    Ryan Morrison

    BBC News Online

    Jersey Post, the island's government-owned postal operator, has made a further investment in an off-island company

    It's part of a move to put the company on a firmer footing in the wake of a decline in domestic mail volumes.

    They've invested in American company Global eParcel Solutions based in Miami. The company provides complete, worldwide postal and commercial solutions for wholesale and retail companies in the USA.

  12. 'Breakdown in communication' over early year childcare

    Chris Rayner

    BBC Radio Jersey political reporter

    The group that represents all of Jersey's private nurseries has criticised the Education Department over the way it handled changes to funding arrangements.


    The Jersey Early Years Association told politicians there'd been a breakdown in communication. 

    One of the main issues is around proposals to means test the funding of 20 hours free nursery care for children in the year before they start school - which is currently available regardless of whether the child is at a public or private nursery.

    Those plans were put on hold last year after the States voted to apply means testing to children in state nurseries and not just private nurseries as originally proposed. 

    The Education Department said it had to put the needs of island children before the financial problems of private nurseries.

  13. Is the new Green Street crossing too close to the junction?

    BBC Radio Jersey

    A new pedestrian crossing has been put in just before the Green Street roundabout in St Helier, Jersey.

    It is part of a series of measures to make the area safer for pedestrians ahead of the opening of the new police station, according to the department for infrastructure.

    On the BBC Radio Jersey's Facebook page almost all of the comments were heavily opposed to the move, saying it will be unsafe and cause more congestion.

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    Video caption: Many have complained the new Green Street crossing is too close to the roundabout
  14. The Very Reverend Bob Key marks last day

    Ryan Morrison

    BBC News Online

    The Dean of Jersey officially leaves his post today. The Very Reverend Bob Key has been the head of the Anglican Church in the island for more than a decade.

    The Very Reverend Bob Key

    During his leadership the Church of England in the Channel Islands split from the Diocese of Winchester following accusations of safeguarding issues. The island's churches are now under the care of the Diocese of Canterbury.

    He is leaving to take up a position as part of the Archbishops' Evangelism Task Group, helping as an advocate between cathedrals and larger churches.  

  15. Emergency Department set to introduce new pricing system

    Guernsey Press

    A new pricing system at the Emergency Department being introduced in March is ‘more open, honest and transparent’ than its predecessor, the Hospital Services director has said .  

  16. Inquest: Teenage biker suffered multiple injuries

    BBC Radio Jersey

    An inquest into the death of a teenage motorcyclist in Jersey last year has found he died from multiple injuries after colliding with a car. 

    Nathan James Vibert, 19, died near the entrance to St Saviours Hospital last January. He was from Cheapside in St Helier and worked at Sumas in Gorey. 

    The inquest heard he was riding his motorbike west along La Route de la Hougue Bie in the evening on 28 January 2016 when he approached a bus which had stopped on the side of the road and he lost control, hitting a car coming in the opposite direction. 

    Today the relief coroner, advocate Cyril Whelan, said the teenager suffered multiple injuries in the crash, which caused his death. Police looked into the incident but said it wasn't a criminal investigation.

  17. Amendment to ask for more Brexit resource in Guernsey

    Simon Fairclough

    Guernsey Political Reporter

    The States should put more resources into responding to Brexit and any issues arrising out of it. That's according to Rob Prow who has lodged an amendment to the upcoming March States debate on the issue.

    Deputy Prow's amendment calls for Policy and Resources to consider putting extra resources, or re-allocate current resources, into the Bailiwick's response to Brexit. 

    The States debate on 8 March will ask deputies, amongst other things, to vote on legislation repealing or amending the 1973 law setting out Guernsey's relationship with the EU, known as Protocol 3. 

    Policy and Resources has asked for a number of civil servants to be seconded to the External Affairs Unit at a potential cost of more than £350,000 over the course of two years. This amendment would require them to speak to all departments to see if they also need additional support.

  18. It's going to get wet out there again

    BBC Weather

    Jersey Met has issued a thunderstorm warning for the next few hours for the Channel Islands. 

    It's not the most severe level and they are expected to be isolated, but any hint of blue skies we're currently seeing could be short lived.

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  19. New housing laws will ‘afford individual greater protection’

    Guernsey Press

    New housing laws will ‘replicate and widen most of what currently exists’, the director of Housing Control has said, following a critic’s complaints about ‘new restrictions set to be imposed’ upon households .  

  20. BreakingJersey teachers 'badly hurt' in French crash

    Ryan Morrison

    BBC News Online

    Two teachers have been badly hurt in a traffic crash while on a skiing trip in France, De La Salle College, Jersey, has confirmed. 

    Their condition is currently described as critical but stable. The school said it has not been able to ascertain exactly what happened.

    Assistant head teacher Tim Sylvester said the thoughts and prayers of the whole De La Salle community are with both members of staff and their families.

    Mr Sylvester said he did not expect to see either teacher back in Jersey until the summer term. He said: "With God’s grace they will make a complete recovery and be back with us soon."