In a changing world, learning and development keeps employees up to date, inspired to learn and promotes a culture to thrive in. This is really important when those employees serve taxpayers who rightly expect a civil service that is driven towards continual improvement and excellence. As an organisation focused on how we can continue to … Read more Why an Espresso is good for everyone in Government.
Why an Espresso is good for everyone in Government.
New Healthcare Facilities Programme – Team Update #1
This is the first in a series of regular blogs that are designed to provide Islanders and colleagues across the Government of Jersey with an update on the work of the New Healthcare Facilities Programme team. Our team are tasked by Ministers with delivering new healthcare facilities that are fit for purpose, cost effective and … Read more New Healthcare Facilities Programme – Team Update #1
Jersey celebrates St Patrick’s Day
Interim Associate Director of CYPES, Elaine Walker, explains how Jersey will join the global green festival this weekend to celebrate St Patrick’s Day. Growing up in my hometown of Dublin, St Patrick’s Day was very much celebrated, like it is around the world, featuring parades, pubs and plenty of partying. St Patrick’s Day falls on … Read more Jersey celebrates St Patrick’s Day
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
This week, I was delighted to record a Commonwealth Day Message from The Rt Hon Patricia Scotland KC, Commonwealth Secretary-General. Please click on the link for the video message (opens in Youtube): https://youtu.be/5G2Y1plV5lU
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
Government of Jersey celebrates International Women’s Day
Understanding what the Government of Jersey could do to celebrate International Women’s Day brings to mind a line from the film, Jaws. It’s the moment in the film when the police chief gets his first look at the size of the Great White Shark that’s terrorising the seas around Amity Island and understands that their … Read more Government of Jersey celebrates International Women’s Day
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
Mini budget question and answers with Deputy Steve Ahier
Following last week’s launch of the mini budget we have seen lots of questions from the public and wanted to show we are listening to them. The mini budget is part of the Council of Ministers’100 Day Plan. Deputy Steve Ahier, Assistant Treasury Minister answered some of those questions. When will this all happen then? … Read more Mini budget question and answers with Deputy Steve Ahier
Protecting non-profit organisations from criminals and terrorists
While the NPO sector presents medium to low risk of being abused or misused for terrorist financing, the law has been updated with the aim of protecting them from the risk.