Jersey evening post dating
It also launched the inaugural Pride of Jersey awards.
The awards are split into 12 categories, each one of them celebrating the very essence of Jersey life.
Following the closure of Les Chroniques de Jersey, the Ph'lip et Merrienne articles started appearing in the Evening Post from 2 January 1960.
Written by Edward Le Brocq (1877–1964), who had worked for the Evening Post before becoming editor of the Morning News, they took the form of a letter to the editor supposedly written by an old farming couple from St.
The Jersey Evening Post (JEP) is a local newspaper published six days a week in the Bailiwick of Jersey. It was acquired only a few weeks after its launch by Walter Guiton, whose business printed it.
It was printed in broadsheet format for 87 years, though it is now of compact (tabloid) size. The Post was produced sheet by sheet on a flatbed press until 1926, when Guiton oversaw the introduction and operation of the first rotary press.
After the island's liberation in 1945, the newspaper grew and in 1957 became the main asset of a newly formed business entity called W E Guiton and Co Ltd.
Following the closure of the Morning News in 1949, the Evening Post has been without a regular English-language competitor, and the closure of the French-language newspaper Les Chroniques de Jersey at the end of 1959 left the Evening Post as the only newspaper of record in Jersey to publish the Jersey Gazette of official notices and promulgation of laws.
In 1998 it purchased the Guernsey Evening Press and Star.
The latter stayed in both positions until he was succeeded in 1944 by his son, Arthur G. Under the Harrisons, the newspaper, while undergoing little technical change, saw testing times as the island came under German military occupation from 1940 to 1945.
Although it was still published during these years, the Post was strictly supervised and censored by the occupying forces.
BROWN, Mick (of Brown's Antiques)Relatives and friends wishing to attend a celebration of life service for Mick, are asked to attend the Crematorium Chapel, Westmount Road, St Helier on Tuesday, 10 September at 10.
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