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HEAT: The finalists are announced for Heat 2019

The finalists have been announced for the culinary college competition Heat, supported by

Trends in domestic overnight tourism in England

VisitEngland has released the latest findings from the Great Britain Tourism Survey which measures the volume and value of overnight tourism within Great Britain.

Jersey Businesses Go Wild for Gorilla Designs

Durrell’s troop of gorilla sponsors were invited to Jersey Zoo to select from over eighty vibrant, fun and inspiring designs that have been submitted by a variety of local and international artists who want to take part in this summer’s Go Wild Gorillas art trail.

Exit Survey Analysis – January to November 2018

• During the period September to November there were 184,000 visits to Jersey, of which 163,000 lasted at least one night

Two new low-cost air links from Guernsey to UK

Guernsey residents now have two new low-cost services direct to the UK, as Blue Islands adds a daily London Southend service and twice weekly Liverpool service to provide Islanders with new convenient options for travelling to London and the north west from Guernsey.

Three Jersey hotels listed in Trip Advisor 2019 Travellers' Choice Awards

Three Jersey hotels have been listed in the Trip Advisor 2019 Travellers' Choice Awards in the 'Top 25 Hotels'.

Durrell’s Go Wild Gorillas are going, going….nearly all gone!

Artists, businesses, schools and local groups are going wild for Durrell’s major community project to celebrate their 60th anniversary in 2019.

Condor pledges one million fewer plastic items in 2019

CONDOR Ferries is reducing the use of plastic across its fleet which will see one million single use items replaced by compostable and re-usable products this year.