The Chief Minister, Deputy Kristina Moore, speaks to BBC Jersey about drainage systems affecting housing developments

On Wednesday 15 March the Chief Minster, Deputy Kristina Moore, appeared on the BBC Breakfast show with presenter Jenny Mullin to discuss drainage issues impacting the development of new affordable housing, particularly in St Peter. The first part of the interview featured Islander, Kevin Pallot, who is hoping to purchase one of the homes at … Read more The Chief Minister, Deputy Kristina Moore, speaks to BBC Jersey about drainage systems affecting housing developments

Chief Minister, Deputy Kristina Moore: Commonwealth Day Message

Chief Minister, Deputy Kristina Moore: International Women’s Day 2023

Today (8 March) is International Women’s Day and it’s important that we all take a moment to reflect on our role in supporting women and girls of all ages to achieve their ambitions. Whilst there’s a long way to go before we attain global gender equality, it’s encouraging to note that Jersey is embracing women … Read more Chief Minister, Deputy Kristina Moore: International Women’s Day 2023

Jersey Resilience: New Civil Contingencies Law to be prioritised

The Government of Jersey takes the resilience of the Island very seriously indeed and is constantly reviewing how it is assessing the challenges ahead and learning from those which we have recently faced. For example, the Report of the Jersey Independent COVID-19 Review, High Expectations, contained a number of recommendations aimed at ensuring that civil … Read more Jersey Resilience: New Civil Contingencies Law to be prioritised

Ant’s Challenge

Securing our borders

One thing I have learnt about being Home Affairs Minister is that events can overtake plans and you generally can’t predict what your next surprising phone call will be about. The certainty is that these are rarely happy events. After the terrible attack on Paris it was no surprise when the Chief of Police called … Read more Securing our borders

Business as usual all summer

Like most offices around the island, the corridors of Cyril Le Marquand House are quieter at this time of year, as people take their annual holidays. However for the departments we manage from Home Affairs, it is business as usual. The Fire Service was stretched to capacity last week when the island was hit by a … Read more Business as usual all summer