Even in the recent times, the television is one of the most effective media of communication. Perhaps, this is the reason why it is still the daily dose of happiness for many. Although, there might be some confusions going among the people regarding which are the Most Watched TV Networks of USA! Hereby, we are discussing […]
Senators are voted for island-wide and represent the whole of Jersey. This year only half of the Senators were up for election because the remaining Senators have only served half their six-year terms. There were only four spots up for grabs this time because two have been axed in an attempt to streamline the States. […]
Elections 2005 – The Deputies
On the 23rd of November Jersey went to the polls to elect 21 Deputies. There are now ten new faces in Jersey’s States and three sitting States members have been ousted. Click here to view all the results from election night.
My wife used to think I was cute…now she thinks I’m an idiot!
LEE Evans was back at Fort Regent with a bang (and a slightly mad Russian!). After three long years away from stand-up, he is returning to live comedy with a vengeance this autumn. And he’s clearly relishing the prospect. Lee Evans”The rush you get from live comedy never wanes,” beams Evans. “Because it’s a shared […]
St Helier Candidates – Jersey Elections 2011
St Helier – Constable Constable Simon Crowcroft has been elected unopposed in St Helier, which means he is a record breaker because he’s the first town Constable to enter a fifth term in 100 years.
Jersey Rugby suffer narrow defeat
Jersey Rugby Club narrowly lost their first match in National One away to Fylde by 29 points to 27. Jersey started well and took an early lead when Ross Broadfoot scored a try. But Fylde came back strongly with three first half tries, one from Mike Waywell and two from Nick Royle, to lead 24-8 […]
Airtel-Vodafone, Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust and Channel Television are delighted to announce a partnership which has enabled the launch of orang-cam. The webcam will be the first in a series of cameras to be placed around the grounds at Durrell to form part of what is envisaged to become a Durrell “web wall”. The first […]
Royal Court tribute to former assitant magistrate
There’s to be a Royal Court tribute to Guernsey’s former assistant magistrate who has died. Alan Hancox died on New Year’s Day in hospital in Kenya. Mr Hancox was Chief Justice of Kenya from 1989 to 1991. He retired to live in Guerney and became Assistant Magistrate for ten years from 1992. He was sworn […]
Watch Channel Television Programmes Online
Missed Channel Report? Catch up with all the news around the Islands right here, each weekday night from 7pm. Find strategic information with Nigerian tv channels. You will need a broadband connection and windows media player to view the video. Monday’s Channel Report Length: 15 mins Encoded at 300kps Format: Windows Media Tuesday’s Channel Report Length: […]
Barclays Pull the Plug
Authorities in Sark say the Barclay Brothers have been bad news for the island. That’s according to a statement from the island’s Seigneur, Michael Beaumont. It says: “Of the claimed £5 million investment there is little evidence of it in Sark. “On the contrary, the authorities believe the island has been financially disadvantaged by the […]