Tag: Jersey Evening Post

Mum’s the Word!

| March 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

Is your mum the best in the world? Does she deserve something really special this Mother’s Day? Would you like to be able to shout out to the whole Island just how much she means to you? Writing a personal card or letter to someone to tell them how much they mean to you is […]

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The focus is on Jersey as the Picture Jersey photography competition launches for a second year

The focus is on Jersey as the Picture Jersey photography competition launches for a second year

| January 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

‘Jersey’s a beautiful place. Let’s help people get the picture!’ is one of the taglines of the annual Picture Jersey competition which launches this February for the second year. Luxury Jersey Hotels, the Jersey Evening Post and Jersey Post are again looking for high quality, compelling shots that capture the island’s character to create a […]

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Jersey Heritage Announce Winners of the Spirit of Heritage Photography & Video Competition 2013

Jersey Heritage Announce Winners of the Spirit of Heritage Photography & Video Competition 2013

| December 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Jersey Heritage has announced the winners of the Spirit of Heritage Photography and Video Competition 2013, in association with the Jersey Evening Post. With categories including Classic and Artistic Photography, Instagram and videography, this Island-wide competition was launched in August 2013 and attracted over 450 entries. The criteria of this year’s competition was to capture […]

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Can you capture The Spirit of Heritage?

| August 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

Jersey Heritage have partnered with the Jersey Evening Post to host an annual Photography and Video Competition, which challenges amateurs and professionals alike, to capture the spirit of Jersey’s heritage on camera. The competition launches on Thursday 15th August with a Photography & Film Workshop at Jersey Museum starting at 6 – 7.30pm. The event, […]

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New postcards for Luxury Jersey Hotels give visitors something to write home about

New postcards for Luxury Jersey Hotels give visitors something to write home about

| May 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

This summer, visitors staying at any of the six hotels that make up the Luxury Jersey Hotels consortium; The Atlantic Hotel, Grand Jersey, The Club Hotel & Spa, L’Horizon Hotel & Spa, Hotel de France and The Royal Yacht, will notice something different in their hotel room. Each of the hotels will make available to […]

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Business leaders of the future take on media debate

Business leaders of the future take on media debate

| March 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

What replaces mainstream media in the future won’t be good for society according to the Debate Society at Jersey College for Girls. The recent debate, which was sponsored by local trust company Hawskford and moderated by business editor of the Jersey Evening Post, Harry McRandle, saw the majority of audience members change their minds after […]

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‘Picture Jersey’ campaign asks islanders to share their favourite view

| February 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

Three local organisations have teamed up with a campaign to produce a range of free postcards featuring islanders’ favourite images of Jersey. Luxury Jersey Hotels, the Jersey Evening Post and Jersey Post are all getting behind the Picture Jersey campaign which will give amateur photographers the chance to share their favourite island view as a […]

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‘Cash for Coins’ – Use your old or foreign currency to help save species from extinction!

| May 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

Ever wanted to know what to do with your old or foreign coins and notes? Now Durrell has the answer! We are asking all Jersey residents to donate their old or foreign coins and notes – perhaps left over from holidays or business trips – to help fill Durrell’s coffers. This is the perfect opportunity […]

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Statement From Education, Sport & Culture Minister on Jersey League Tables

| March 2, 2011 | 0 Comments

On Wednesday last week the Jersey Evening Post released what was effectively a league table of the GCSE results in Jersey schools complied by an individual using a large amount of data provide to him by my department. I had previously chosen not to do this because of the risks involved of using narrow statistics […]

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