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  1. Weather: Dry tonight with clear spells, sunny on Saturday

    David Braine

    Weather Forecaster

    It is expected to stay dry with spells of late sunshine.

    There will be gentle winds, mainly from the north-east.

    Minimum temperature: 13 to 16C (55 to 61F)

    Weather in Jersey and Guernsey

    There will be more fine weather to come on Saturday with plenty of sunshine and little, if any, cloud.

    It will be warmer compared with today with light north to north-easterly winds.

    Maximum temperature: 21 to 24C (70 to 75F)

  2. Education agrees new deal to back Youth Commission

    Guernsey Press

    An updated five-year service level agreement between Education, Sport & Culture and the Youth Commission will increase opportunities for secondary school-age youngsters.

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    Video caption: 'Dumped' feral chickens anger Jersey residents

    The department of the environment said there could be more than

  4. Video content

    Video caption: England v Sweden: 'Psychic' tortoise predicts result

    The 'psychic' tortoise has had a successful streak of predictions so far.

  5. Sunnyside development approved for St Helier

    BBC Radio Jersey

    Jersey's planning committee has approved plans for 40 new homes and four commercial units on the western edge of St Helier.

    The application proposes building on an existing site at 3, Sunnyside, Route de St Aubin.

    A planning department report recommended approval of the application.

    "The plans were described as delivering new homes and business opportunities, with parking, access and other improvements, in line with the States of Jersey’s objectives for revitalising St Helier," a statement from the department said.

    The homes and four commercial units will be built behind the Lotus House Chinese restaurant.

  6. CI weather: Staying dry and sunny

    BBC Weather

    It is expected to stay dry with spells of late sunshine giving way to some long clear periods.

    Gentle winds, mainly from the north-east.

    BBC weather

    More fine weather to come tomorrow with plenty of sunshine and little if any cloud.

    Warmer compared with today, with light north to north-easterly winds.

  7. No suspicious circumstances in driver’s death, say police

    Jersey Evening Post

    Police have ruled out any suspicious circumstances in the case of a 50-year-old man who died after the car he was driving collided with a granite wall on La Pulente Hill last month.

  8. Sark to decide future of e-bikes

    Tyler Allen

    BBC Radio Guernsey

    Islanders in Sark are to decide whether laws restricting the use of e-bikes in the island should be abolished.

    Currently only people with mobility issues can use them, meaning islanders and tourists have to get a certificate from a doctor before they ride the bikes.

    Each household will receive two forms asking residents for their opinion on deregulation in the next four weeks.

  9. Waste dumped on private driveway 'throughout June'

    BBC Radio Guernsey

    Guernsey Police are appealing for information about unwanted items that were dumped on a private driveway along Mont Morin in St Sampson throughout June.

    The items left at the property called Deuxieme Chance on multiple occasions included a set of bedroom drawers, one tonne bags containing a large plant pot and recycling, and an old rusted wheelbarrow.

    Police are asking any witnesses to come forward and urge residents in the area to be vigilant of anyone dumping waste unlawfully in gardens and driveways.

  10. Jersey 'must take notice' of election criticism

    Chris Quevatre

    BBC News Online

    A former politician who brought plans to reform the election system in Jersey says the island's government must take notice of a damning report by election observers.

    A group from the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association monitored the elections in May.

    They've criticised the way electoral districts are set and questioned the future of constables in the States.

    Andrew Lewis, who suggested similar changes to some of the recommendations made in the observers report, says it's time to deal with the question of whether the constables should remain in the States.

    Quote Message: The constables unfortunately are the ones that will eventually end up in the firing line because they are the ones that are most often uncontested. It's not their fault nobody puts themselves forward. It's the system's fault for providing the current way that you have to elect a constable, and they sit in the States, therefore they have the same vote as everybody else. from Andrew Lewis Former deputy
    Andrew LewisFormer deputy
  11. Andium demolition plans revealed ahead of development

    BBC Radio Jersey

    The States-owned housing company has put forward plans to knock down buildings near the old Ann Street Brewery, so the existing temporary car park there can be extended.

    It's part of Andium's ongoing plans to build 165 new homes in the area.

    If the plans are approved, properties known as Garden Cottage, Gate's Stores and numbers eight to 10 Simon Place will all be demolished.

  12. Traffic moving on St Julian's Avenue

    Chris Quevatre

    BBC News Online

    St Julian's Avenue is now clear, and traffic is moving again.

    Emergency services were earlier called to a vehicle on fire.

  13. Fixture postponed due to lack of hotel rooms

    Chris Quevatre

    BBC News Online

    A shortage of hotel rooms has delayed the Jersey Reds' first home game of the Championship season.

    Jersey Reds

    The Reds were due to face London Irish at St Peter on 15 September, but the club said there's a lack of rooms because of other major events that weekend.

    One of the events taking place that weekend is the Jersey International Air Display.

    The first Championship home game will now be against Yorkshire Carnegie on 28 September, with the London Irish fixture rescheduled for November.

    The Championships fixtures have been announced and Jersey begin with away trips to newcomers Coventry and Bedford.

    Jersey's last competitive game at Coventry was when they sealed promotion to the Championship in 2012.

  14. Vehicle fire in St Peter Port

    Chris Quevatre

    BBC News Online

    Emergency services are attending a vehicle fire in St Julian's Avenue, Guernsey.

    Motorists are asked to avoid the area.

  15. 'Toxic algae' found at reservoir

    Chris Quevatre

    BBC News Online

    An algae which is "toxic to humans and animals" has been found in Guernsey's main reservoir.

    Guernsey Water is looking into the blue-green "algal bloom" in St Saviour's, after routine monitoring.

    Reservoir algae

    The government water provider said that blue-green algae exist in waters "throughout the world", and is removed during the treatment process, so there shouldn't be any impact on water supplies.

    However as a precautionary measure, notices have been posted next to the reservoir warning that contact with the "algal scum" should be avoided.

    Fishing sign

    Guernsey Water said those with fishing interests have been notified, along with the States Vet and Environmental Health.

  16. Beau Sejour to launch online booking

    Hayden Atkins

    Reporter, BBC Radio Guernsey

    Guernsey's leisure centre will launch an online booking system later this month.

    Beau Sejour

    Sam Herridge, head of recreation services, said they've been listening to customer feedback for a number of years now, and have finally managed to progress a new and integrated IT system to improve the way services are offered.

    The process of booking a class or a court will be made easier, with the introduction of online booking via the centre's website.

    "From go-live date, members will be able to book fitness classes and five-a-side courts; as well as squash, tennis and badminton courts all online," said Mrs Herridge.

    From the middle of July, customers will be able to choose a membership to fit in with how they use the centre and two new memberships will also be introduced.

  17. Fine and ban for driver with ‘pretty appalling’ record

    Jersey Evening Post

    A motorist with a "pretty appalling" record has been banned from driving and fined £3,340 for "driving stupidly" while over the alcohol limit.

  18. Lapping up the sunshine...

    BBC Weather Watchers

    I think this is one of my favourite ever weather watcher photos.

    Thanks to Bean Scene for sending in this photo of their dogs in the sea in Jersey.

    It was a bit foggy earlier, but it's all clearing now.

    Weather watcher

    And thanks to Chris Cumulus for this shot of Guernsey's coastline earlier today.

    Weather watcher
  19. Guernsey welcomes new post-Brexit fishing plan

    John Fernandez

    BBC Radio Guernsey

    Guernsey's government is welcoming a new plan for the UK's fisheries post-Brexit.

    Yesterday, the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs released a white paper on the plans which included the intention to develop a new fisheries management agreement with the Bailiwick.

    Commercial fisherman

    The plans released by DEFRA didn't include a lot of detail on what a new arrangement would mean.

    However, Guernsey's government has welcomed the consultation, and said a dialogue has already been struck between officials in the UK and the Bailiwick.

    It added it's "pleasing" the document "clearly recognises the autonomy of fisheries management in the Crown Dependencies".

    The plan has a 10-week consultation period.

    The States of Guernseys say once the future UK-EU relationship is clear, the government will be able to tell the local fishing industry what it will mean for them.