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Work permits granted in hospitality

Jersey’s immigration policy has been changed to allow for 150 short-term seasonal work permits which will ease the recruitment crisis in the Island’s hospitality industry.

5000 extra seats added to Bristol this summer

Blue Islands has added 5,000 additional seats on its Bristol services this summer. The airline will operate a further 76 flights between the Channel Islands and Bristol, a city often regarded as one of the coolest in the UK and Europe.

Beaching For The Top Spot

Beaching for the top spot – Visit Jersey launches campaign to make St. Brelade’s Bay the number one best-rated beach in the UK

VisitEngland Announces Winners of Attractions Accolades

Three of Jersey's "hidden gems" have been awarded a place on a prestigious list of Britain's top attractions. Hamptonne and Hougue Bie were both awarded the 'Hidden Gem' accolade. Jersey Museum and Art Gallery nabbed the 'Gold' award.

St. Helier Community in Bloom

The Parish of St Helier’s bid to win the prestigious ‘Champion of Champions’ award in the 2019 RHS Britain in Bloom competition will be launched at 5.30pm on Friday 01 March at the Town Hall.

Jersey War Tunnels Re-opens with new Café and Escape Room

Award-winning attraction, Jersey War Tunnels will be re-opening its doors to the public on Friday 01 March following significant investment in a new 1940s café and second escape room.

Blue Islands add new flights from Cornwall this summer

New direct flights from Cornwall will launch this summer as Blue Islands adds three flights per week from Guernsey/Jersey to Cornwall Airport Newquay.

January 2019 Weather Round-Up

January was drier and fractionally milder than is normal for the time of year, but its distinguishing feature was the relative absence of sunshine.