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  1. CI weather: Getting cloudier with showers

    BBC Weather

    Late spells of sunshine on Monday evening and clear spells for a time tonight. Cloud amounts will start to increase in the early hours however.

    Minimum temperature: 11 to 14C (52 to 57F).

    A dull and wet Tuesday with spells of rain for much of the day. Later on, there will be a risk of heavy showers and thunderstorms.

    Maximum temperature: 16 to 19C (61 to 66F).


    Jersey weather


    Guernsey weather
  2. Software problems affect paper tax return forms

    BBC Radio Guernsey

    Guernsey's Revenue Service is asking customers who have not yet filled in tax returns to do them online if possible.

    Staff said they were experiencing issues with software that scanned in paper returns.

    They said customers who had already submitted paper returns faced a significant delay in getting their assessments back.

    Extra staff are going to be based at Edward T Wheadon House to support customers who wanted to submit their returns online, staff added.

    Meanwhile, the building's public lift is still out of action.

    Staff said alternative arrangements had been "put in place for any customers who are unable to use the stairs, to ensure that they can continue to access our services".

    Guernsey Revenue Service website
  3. Forty young people 'involved in fight'

    Elisa DaSilva

    BBC Radio Jersey

    Police in Jersey are asking parents to check their children's phones for footage of a fight involving about 40 young people.

    Officers said they were called to the incident as in Howard Davis Park just after 16:00 on Friday after reports of a "large group of school children" fighting in the park. Many were thought the children to be about 15 years old.

    They added that someone who went to break it up was assaulted.

    While no-one needed medical treatment, it has been claimed that one boy left the park with a significant amount of blood on the back of his white shirt.

    Police also said they believed some of the young people filmed the fight on mobile phones and shared it on social media platforms such as Snapchat.

  4. Children's commissioner office to launch new website

    BBC Radio Jersey

    Islanders will be able to look in more detail at the work of the Children's Commissioner for Jersey when the office launches a new website.

    It will publish an annual report which will include all its figures and annual accounts.

    The children's commissioner's office employs seven people to promote and protect children's rights in the community.

    The post was created in 2017 at a cost of nearly £1.5m spread over three years.

    The website will be launched early next month.

    Children's Commissioner for Jersey logo
  5. Weather: Sunny spells and light winds

    BBC Weather

    It will be a fine day with plenty of sunshine and little in the way of cloud.

    There will also be light winds.

    Highs of 18C (64F).


    Jersey weather


    Guernsey weather
  6. Planning policies action plan will be 'cost-effective'

    Simon Fairclough

    Guernsey Political Reporter

    The Development and Planning Authority (DPA) has released its action plan on changes to Guernsey's planning policies.

    The DPA says it lays out a clear direction for addressing a wide range of issues and not only that concerns raised by the public and politicians will be addressed, but how it also contains innovative ways to empower the community in the process.

    It claims the plan is designed in a way that is proportionate and cost-effective.

    Some of the issues covered include the development of brownfield versus greenfield sites and affordable housing.

    The authority says while most of the actions in the plan are able to be undertaken within current resources this year, the Policy and Resources Committee has been advised of the possible need for further resources for 2020.