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
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.
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.
We are currently advising, as a precaution, against swimming in the sea in St Aubin’s Bay.