Why are we talking about the Visitor Economy and not just Tourism? We use the term Visitor Economy because this is a broader term concerned with the whole ecosystem and is more place-centric than the term Tourism, which is concerned with the person doing the visiting. For those who want a definition, let me humour … Read more The notion of Visitor Economy
In the quiet corners of Jersey’s only abattoir, Charlie Blackmore and John Taylor carry out a challenging yet essential role for the Island. With more than a decade of experience each, these dedicated men open up about their roles as abattoir operatives and knackermen, providing a unique perspective on the daily challenges they face. The … Read more Behind the doors of Jersey’s abattoir
The Connect Me initiative have distributed 1,000 illuminated wristbands to several charities to share.
Victor’s experience of participating in the “Silk Road Artists’ Rendezvous – China Tour for Foreign Artists”.
Our female colleagues in the Water and Air team in Land Resource Management (Infrastructure and Environment department) share their experience as scientists for International Day of Women and Girls in Science which is observed on 11 February.
How healthy will Jersey’s population be in 20 years’ time? It’s a question many people might be interested in, not least the Public Health Team. We’ve been considering the answer in our latest report on disease projections. We don’t have a crystal ball, but we can look at levels of long-term illness in our population … Read more How healthy will we be in 20 years’ time?
Keeping the Island running for over 100,000 people is no easy job. But the reason our roads are safe, our toilets flush and our parks are lush, are because of a department made up of a much smaller number than those who live here.
Last year’s Lunar New Year festivities introduced a different kind of celebration to Jersey’s Central Market. One of the businesses that participated last year was Star Noodles Bar, who are delighted to be involved again in the upcoming 2024 Lunar New Year Festival.
With Lunar New Year 2024 just around the corner, preparations are in full swing for the upcoming festivities taking place at the Central Market on Sunday 11th February.
Local Illustrator, Jamie O’Neill shares her journey on creating an art piece linking together Jersey Folklore to the Lunar New Year.