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ITV Channel TV journalist, Gary Burgess ITV, has shared his experience of living with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. He has had to put his work life on hold due to the debilitating symptoms he experiences.

An award winning film about the condition is being shown in Jersey tonight.

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A new sewage plant in Jersey has been approved by the Planning Committee with the hope it will reduce bad odours in the area.

A new sewage works will be built in Jersey, after proposals were approved by the Planning Committee. The plant will bring a much needed upgrade to the existing sewage site, which has been experiencing a number of maintenance issues. The new design will improve sewage performance and is expected to r...
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Guernsey Commission will not give any aid funding to Oxfam "until at least 2020"

Oxfam will not receive any aid funding from Guernsey's Overseas Aid Commission "until at least 2020". It comes following allegations of sexual exploitation by some Oxfam workers in Haiti in 2010. The charity announced last week that it will not bid for any UK government funding until t...
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Islander Manuela Santos has told ITV News she feels it is "unfair" that non-British citizens are unable to stand for election in Jersey.

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Many thanks to Elliott Cockett, who sent us this incredible footage of seals on the rocks around Herm.

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French ferry company Manche Iles has released a schedule, which includes 49 day trips from Jersey to Guernsey, but only seven going the other way.

French company Manche Iles has been chosen to run an inter-island ferry service providing an agreement can be made between the islands' governments and the ferry operator, Guernsey's President for Economic Development has revealed. Deputy Charles Parkinson said negotiations were taking place...
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Politicians in Jersey have decided to keep laws, which mean non-British citizens are unable to stand for election.

Politicians in Jersey have decided to keep laws, which mean non-British citizens are unable to stand for election. Proposals put forward by Deputy Montfort Tadier were defeated, with 29 members voting against them and 12 voting in favour. It means that, in order to become a States member, people fro...
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The cost of an average home in Jersey has risen to £465,000.

The price of the average house in Jersey has increased by 3%, latest figures have revealed. The cost of a home rose to £465,000 in 2017, compared to £451,00 the previous year. The House Price Index found that two-bedroom flats, as well as 3-4 bedroom homes, were more expensive than ever. Overall, ...
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As strikes continue at universities in the UK and lecturers walk out over changes to their pensions, more than a million students face disruption to classes.

We want to hear from affected islanders.

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Just how cold is it going to get over the next few days? Will we see some snow? Sophia Bird ITV is here to answer all of our burning weather questions!

Have a question? Write it in the comments.

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Jersey's External Relations Minister says people shouldn't be able to become politicians if their loyalty lies with "some other country".

Do you think non-British citizens should be allowed to stand for election in Jersey?

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The trail has been established in the Chateau De Marais area due to the range of biodiversity in the field behind the estate.

A Guernsey bug trail is opening today, aiming to teach children more about the nature around them. The trail has been established in the Chateau De Marais area due to the range of biodiversity in the field behind the estate. Young people who live locally have developed the idea with help from the Gu...
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Workplaces in Guernsey are being encouraged to send staff for fire marshal training by the Guernsey Fire Service today.

The service provides the specific workplace training to promote fire safety among businesses in the island.

Workplaces in Guernsey are being encouraged to send staff for free fire marshal training by the Guernsey Fire Service today. The service provides the specific workplace training to promote fire safety among businesses in the island. Staff will have the chance to learn to correct responses to control...
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The condition, also known as ME, is a long-term illness with a range of symptoms including extreme tiredness.

Around 250,000 people in the UK are thought to be living with CFS.

An award winning film highlighting the problems for people living with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is being shown in Jersey tonight. The condition, also known as ME, is a long-term illness with a range of symptoms including extreme tiredness. Around 250,000 people in the UK are thought to be living wit...
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The owner wants to build six 'glamping' units, a swimming pool and services block in St Pierre du Bois. ⛺️

Planning approval has been given to change an area of agricultural land into a camp site in Guernsey following an open planning meeting. The owner wants to build six 'glamping' units, a swimming pool and services block with parking for cars in St Pierre du Bois. The planning committee visite...
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Can Jersey cope with its aging population?

One St Helier care home is being given an £8 million refurbishment but several have had to close in recent years, as they weren't fit for purpose.

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