It was an incredibly exciting moment earlier this month, when the Minister for the Environment addressed the States Assembly to announce our plans to pursue offshore wind power, bringing with it a potential multitude of environmental and economic benefits for our Island. Ministers have confirmed where (to the south-west of our waters) and how big … Read more Embracing a Sustainable Future: Jersey’s Bold Offshore Wind Plans
The Government of Jersey has recently published a consultation on its proposed Digital Economy Strategy and wants Islanders to get involved in helping to shape it. Why? Digitalisation and the tools and services it provides are a fact of our lives. They enrich our communications with others and provide opportunities to better balance our working and personal lives. … Read more Help shape the proposed Digital Economy Strategy
Where is the Hospital Pharmacy? The Hospital Pharmacy is based in the corridor between the Outpatients Department and The Parade entrance of the General Hospital. Who is using the Hospital Pharmacy? The Hospital Pharmacy is used by all Islanders who have been provided a prescription by Health and Community Services. You don’t need to pay … Read more Hospital Pharmacy – Questions answered
In a guest blog, Dame Wendy Hall, Regius Professor of Computer Science at the University of Southampton and Non-Executive Director for Digital Jersey
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What does the Sunflower mean?
People choose to wear to the Sunflower to discreetly indicate that they have a hidden disability and may need help, assistance, or simply more time. You can show your support for the Sunflower scheme by wearing a green or white lanyard.
It’s worth remembering, not every disability is visible, some are just not obvious.
Nicola Mulliner is Head of Early Years and is responsible for leading and managing the Childcare and Early Years Service (CEYS). The team have responsibility for regulating and registering childcare providers, supporting high quality practice in the early years foundation stage across schools and early years settings and for supporting families and settings with children … Read more National Nursery Practitioner Day: Building the Foundation for Success
The silvery glow of the moon, reflecting on the serene waters of Jersey, beckons a wave of nostalgia. It instantly brings to my mind a verse from the celebrated Tang Dynasty poet, Li Bai: “举头望明月，低头思故乡” (Jǔ tóu wàng míng yuè, dī tóu sī gù xiāng).
Tina Hesse is Service Manager for the Early Intervention Service at CAMHS. Today (10 October) is World Mental Health Day, which gives us a good opportunity to talk about mental health, what it means, and how important it is. Mental health as a continuum Often, we only talk about our mental health when it seems … Read more World Mental Health Day: Prioritising our mental health
Reflections on World Homeless Day: moving beyond the symptoms of homelessness towards solving its underlying causes
On 10 October, we join communities around the world in observing World Homeless Day. The day is an opportunity for us to reflect on homelessness in Jersey. Who does it affect? What are its causes? What is its impact? And what can we do to end it? I believe that to answer these questions properly, … Read more Reflections on World Homeless Day: moving beyond the symptoms of homelessness towards solving its underlying causes