The 167ft navigational masts at Les Platons, St John, coming down after being made redundant by the modern global positioning satellite system. Rob Mogie and David Bunch of RJC UK work on one of the poles.

Reference: P/03/C/47

Date: April 15th 2000 - April 15th 2000

Carlos Teixeira (22) and former Defence Committee President, Deputy Mike Wavell, received awards at the International Harm Reduction Conference yesterday. Mr Teixeria was commended for saving a drug addict's life by administering a heroin antidote and Mr Wavell for his vision and courage in championing the harm reduction concept among political colleagues.

Reference: P/03/C/48

Date: April 13th 2000 - April 13th 2000

Fay Le Mottee, Jersey 's Mum of the Year 2000, thanks her 14 year old daughter Michelle who nominated her for the competition. Mrs Le Mottee received £1,000 worth of Checkers vouchers, a family lunch at Jersey Zoo's Dodo restaurant and a certificate

Reference: P/03/C/49

Date: April 19th 2000 - April 19th 2000

Fire ADO Mr Hairon, Paul Upton (scenes of crime officer) and Stewart Webster (scientific scene manager) check under the stage to establish the cause of the fire at St Mark's Church Hall

Reference: P/03/C/5

Date: December 31st 1999 - December 31st 1999

Catherine Walton with the first delivery of organic meat to Walton-Troy Organics, from Graig Farm Producers

Reference: P/03/C/50

Date: April 19th 2000 - April 19th 2000

Jane Edwards with her dog Pippa who works at the New Era Veterinary Hospital, judged Pet Plan's Veterinary Nurse of the Year

Reference: P/03/C/51

Date: April 18th 2000 - April 18th 2000

Flight Lieutenants Jez Griggs and Simon Strasdin of the Tornado GR1 display team, who were in Jersey to speak to the Aero Club about the squadron's military involvement in the Gulf War and Kosovo, as well as a recent goodwill trip to Chile where they performed 11 air displays

Reference: P/03/C/52

Date: April 19th 2000 - April 19th 2000

The band Moog's lead singer Neil Pickles and guitarist Jonathan Rees-Williams performing at the Hautlians Club. The evening was set up by a Young Enterprise Company named Fluorescent Black.

Reference: P/03/C/53

Date: April 27th 2000 - April 27th 2000

Mark Shipperly and Maureen Herbert of Partnership for Growth with the new minibus donated by the Jersey Round Table and the Robert Hall Foundation to the Kosova appeal

Reference: P/03/C/54

Date: May 2nd 2000 - May 2nd 2000

Joel Anthony McGrath jailed for five years for attempting to smuggle drugs into Jersey

Reference: P/03/C/56

Date: April 28th 2000 - April 28th 2000

Captain of Jersey Rugby Club, Richie Griffiths with the Siam Cup, which Jersey won 55 to Guernsey's 20

Reference: P/03/C/57

Date: May 2nd 2000 - May 2nd 2000

Tia Poignard gets a helping hand on the St Clement Junior Float from Miss Battle, Shelley Brown

Reference: P/03/C/58

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

Angela Goguelin makes the dresses for the St Helier entry to the Battle of Flowers watched by Enya Ferey (6)

Reference: P/03/C/59

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

PC Alan Bertram at the scene where a fight took place with a Samurai Sword outside the Admiral Pub in St James' Street/Chapel Lane

Reference: P/03/C/6

Date: January 26th 2000 - January 26th 2000

Street stilt walker Adrian Lee at the Fourth Annual Grand Tourism Parade, one of the major events of the Battle of Flowers Carnival Week

Reference: P/03/C/60

Date: August 9th 2000 - August 9th 2000

Churchwarden André Ferrari surveys the smashed windows of St Simon's Church in Great Union Road. The windows were broken by somone throwing large stones.

Reference: P/03/C/61

Date: August 9th 2000 - August 9th 2000

Art Garfunkel of lengendary 1970's duo Simon and Garfunkel singing at Fort Regent. It was the singers first visit to Jersey and part of an intenational tour.

Reference: P/03/C/62

Date: August 8th 2000 - August 8th 2000

Miss Battle of Flowers, Shelley Brown and her maid of honour, Holly Waigh-Wheeler

Reference: P/03/C/66

Date: July 31st 2000 - July 31st 2000

Fiona Spurr modelling a coat brought by David Gainsborough Roberts at an auction. The coat belonged to Titanic stewardess Mable Bennett who survived the tragedy. The coat will be displayed in the shipwreck exhibition at the Maritime Museum.

Reference: P/03/C/67

Date: August 11th 2000 - August 11th 2000

Channel Island Co-op president June Le Feuvre cutting a ribbon to officially open the latest Fresh Food Locale store at St Brelade. The 3,000 ft store cost £2 million to develop and has created over 30 jobs, some being filled by new employees, others moving from within the organisation. To mark the opening the Co-op donated £500 to the parish of St Brelade. Pictured at the opening ceremony are CO-op retail manager Jim Hopley, Mrs Le Feuvre, store manager Darren Le Quelenec and Co-op General Manager Allan Smith

Reference: P/03/C/68

Date: August 4th 2000 - August 4th 2000

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