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  1. Woman's body is found in the sea off Jersey
  2. Senior Guernsey politicians optimistic ambitious savings targets can be achieved
  3. Jersey's new Lieutenant Governor, Sir Stephen Dalton, sworn in
  4. More news, sport, travel and weather from 08:00 on Tuesday

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    Sian Davies

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    We'll be back at 08:00 tomorrow with the latest news, sport, travel and weather.

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  2. How does Boaty McBoatface work?

    Sian Davies

    BBC News Online

    The yellow submarine named Boaty McBoatface is set to leave for Antarctica this week on its first science expedition.

    The robot is going to map the movement of deep waters that play a critical role in regulating Earth's climate.

    Boaty carries the name suggested by former BBC Radio Jersey presenter James Hand, and voted for by the public, to be given to the UK's future  £200m polar research vessel .

    In this video, Prof Russell Wynn explains the workings of Boaty McBoatface  

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    Video caption: 'Boaty McBoatface' to leave port
  3. Latest weather: Cloudy through the night, but remaining dry and mild

    BBC Weather

    Overnight, the cloud will lower and coastal fog will role in, turning dense and persistent in places. 

    The minimum temperature will be 7C (45F).





    Tuesday will start rather cloudy and grey, with low cloud and patchy coastal and hill fog. 

    It will stay cloudy, with some brightness and some light outbreaks of rain or drizzle but feeling mild. The maximum temperature will be 11C (52F).

  4. Architect dismisses ‘land grab’ accusation

    Guernsey Press

    St Peter Port Douzaine has blocked plans to install a garden and footpath in front of the former Havelet Brewery over concerns that developer Comprop was attempting a ‘land grab’.  

  5. Pair rewarded for seven decades of service to St John Ambulance

    Sian Davies

    BBC News Online

    Two people from Guernsey have received awards to thank them for their combined seven decades of service to St John Ambulance.

    Dean de la Mare has been involved with the organisation for more than 40 years, joining the junior section of St John at the age of eight and then the St John Cadets.


    He joined the St John Ambulance and Rescue Service in 1999 to train up as a paramedic, before becoming a senior officer. 

    Jill Moriarty first joined the Northern Nursing Division of St John Ambulance Voluntary in 1977, progressing over the next 30 years and supporting the emergency ambulance service at major incidents.

  6. Jordan-Higgins wins Florida tournament

    James Law

    BBC Sport Online

    Professional Jersey golfer Olivia Jordan-Higgins has won her first tournament on the women's Symetra Tour since 2014, taking home more than £15,000 as a result.

    She beat her nearest challengers by one shot to take the Natural Charity Classic title in Florida, the first event of the new season, and her third career victory on the tour.

    Olivia Jordan-Higgins

    Jordan-Higgins has previously stated her ambition to make it onto the premier women's golf tour, but must finish in the top 10 at the end of the season to reach her goal.

  7. Is Guernsey's government doing enough to tackle in-work poverty?

    David Earl

    Reporter, Alderney

    The States' scrutiny watchdog is asking for people's thoughts on whether Guernsey's government is doing enough to help those struggling with in-work poverty.

    In-work poverty

    Last month, a States report showed a fifth of islanders were at risk of falling into the category, classed as a joint income of less than 60% of the average. In Guernsey, that's households with two adults living on less than £359 a week.

    Submissions can be made in writing or by email  until 28 April.

  8. Scouts looking for chairman replacement

    Sian Davies

    BBC News Online

    Guernsey's Scouts are looking for someone to replace their existing chairman.


    Peter Webber is stepping down from the post in June, when his five-year term comes to an end. 

    Bailiwick Commissioner Nick Paluch said applicants didn't need previous experience of scouting.

  9. What is Jersey Aircraft Registry?

    Sian Davies

    BBC News Online

    After more than £800,000 has been spent on it, it has been revealed that only two aircraft have signed up to Jersey Aircraft Registry since its launch in 2015.

    But what is the registry?

    • It was modelled on the Isle of Man's registry, which has more than 900 aircraft
    • It was set up so local service providers could register aircraft, aircraft mortgages and commercial aircraft engine mortgages for clients
    • The registry would support aircraft owners and provide regulatory framework
    • It was hoped it would attract £20m of new business to the island
    • In 2015, Economic Development Minister Lyndon Farnham said it would be a "fantastic opportunity" for the island
  10. Alderney’s RNLI lifeboat races medical patient to Guernsey

    Sian Davies

    BBC News Online

    With gloomy visibility preventing flying, Alderney’s voluntary RNLI lifeboat crew stepped up on Sunday morning to ferry an elderly male with abdominal pains to Guernsey for specialist medical treatment.

    The lifeboat transported the patient and an accompanying doctor on the 20-mile sea journey to St Peter Port and an awaiting St John ambulance. 

  11. Netball's Team Jets lose latest match

    BBC Sport

    In Netball's Premier League 2, Team Jets lost their match against Linden from Birmingham at Fort Regent by 48 goals to 40. 

    Jersey's Team Jets are stranded in the relegation playoff zone. They are now just one point ahead of bottom Club Kent County with two rounds of matches still to play.

    The bottom placed club are automatically relegated.

  12. New crossings installation on roundabout to take four weeks

    Sian Davies

    BBC News Online

    Traffic restrictions at Green Street roundabout on Jersey are in place while four weeks of works are carried out.

    There are new crossings and temporary kerb line on the roundabout to make it safer for pedestrians and motorists. A permanent kerb will now be put in, before the roundabout is resurfaced. 


    Andy Downie, manager of Highway Maintenance for the Department for Infrastructure, said the layout had to change to meet international safety levels.

  13. Jersey swimmers raise more than £130k

    Swimmers in Jersey made more than £130,000 at this year's swimarathon.


    More teams than ever - 465 - took to the pool for the annual fund raising event at Les Quennevais Sports Centre. 

    They swam 28,000 laps of the pool. The five-day event raised money for five local charities, supporting young people in the island.

  14. Alcoholic asked to be arrested so he could get help

    Jersey Evening Post

    A man has been jailed for being drunk and disorderly – after asking the police to arrest him so he could get help with his alcohol addiction.  

  15. Witnesses sought after assault victim left with broken nose

    Sian Davies

    BBC News Online

    Guernsey Police are appealing for witnesses after two assaults which left one man suffering bruising to his eye and another with a broken nose.

    The two assaults happened at about 01:00 on Sunday in St Peter Port High Street, outside Clinton Cards. 

    Both incidents involved the same offender, officers said.

  16. New Lieutenant Governor says there is 'much to learn'

    Sian Davies

    BBC News Online

    Air Chief Marshall Sir Stephen Dalton has spoken after taking his oath of office to become Jersey's new Lieutenant Governor.

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    Video caption: Sir Stephen Dalton swearing in

    Sir Stephen said: "From today, Anne and I are well aware that there is much to learn and understand about being part of the Jersey community - its priorities, its needs, its challenges.

    "We look forward to playing our part, and we dedicate the next five years here to helping to ensure that the future for the people of Jersey is bright, safe and secure."

  17. Latest weather: Dry, warm and sunny

    BBC Weather

    It is staying a dry day with plenty of sunshine and light winds. 

    Cloud will build through the evening, but it will remain dry and feel warm. The maximum temperature will be 12C (54F).




  18. Pathologist to examine body found off Noirmont Point

    Josephine Baker

    BBC Radio Jersey, Reporter

    A home office pathologist will examine the body found off Noirmont Point this weekend to see if it is the missing woman Valerie Jehan.

    Mrs Jehan hasn't been seen since midday two Fridays ago, when she got off a bus at Devil's Hole.

    Valerie Jehan

    Her handbag and phone were found above a sheer cliff in the area after an extensive search.

    Police say fishermen found the body of an adult woman early yesterday morning. It was recovered by the lifeboat.

    Mrs Jehan's family has been informed. No formal identification will be made until the pathologist has examined the body.

  19. Only two aircraft sign up to registry

    Sian Davies

    BBC News Online

    Investment in the Jersey aircraft registry has been frozen.

    Aircraft Registry

    Only two aircraft have signed up since it started in 2015 - the registry cost £800,000 to set up.

    Deputy Murray Norton says the scheme has 'underperformed' and that two aircraft is nowhere near what the business plan suggested.

  20. Predicted spike in electric cars in Guernsey

    BBC Radio Guernsey

    Predictions of a spike in the number of electric cars in Guernsey are being welcomed by the island's pollution watchdog.

    Electric car charging

    Guernsey Electricity says it's expecting popularity in electric cars to soar in coming years and has begun planning how it's going to cope with the increasing demand on supplies. 

    Tobin Cook from the Office of Environmental Health and Pollution Regulation says if islanders continue to rely so heavily on cars a shift away from combustion engines would at least help tackle some of the environmental issues.