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A branch of the Manx government is asking people who’ve ever used ‘payday loans’ to tell it about their experiences.1 comment
The Isle of Man is famous for the TT races, tailless cats and chips, cheese and gravy.
THE Chief Minister this afternoon held a press conference in the wake of David Cameron’s letter to the Manx government and all of Britain’s other Crown Dependencies and Overseas Territories.
The Liberal Vannin party has weighed into the debate about the clergyman who refused to let a property to a couple because they were lesbians.1 comment
The government is looking for anyone with a bus driver’s licence to come forward to help them to break the proposed strike over the TT festival.27 comments
A student entered in the UK’s first teen beauty pageant is appealing for residents’ help to reach the final of the competition.
The great and the good of Manx football paid homage to former island manager Kevin Manning in a special testimonial match at the Bowl on Friday evening.
Isle of Man Swimming Association has announced the team to represent the island at the NatWest Island Games in Bermuda this July.
Onchan retained the annual Isle of Man Bank-sponsored Douglas and District Primary Schools Football trophy at the Bowl recently.
Ayre United will take on Colby in Friday’s Paul Henry Gold Cup final after the Tangerines beat northern rivals RYCOB 5-3 on Monday evening.
Geordies hit Millers for nine to complete treble
Cal Crutchlow produced the best ride of his MotoGP career with a magnificent second place in the French Grand Prix at Le Mans on Sunday.
Around 120 people packed into All Saints’ Church Hall in Douglas last night (Wednesday) to hear by-election candidates say why they deserved to be given a vote.
Last week folk power trio Barrule’s album landed on my desk, and this week two other Manx releases have been on heavy rotation at the Manx Sound Exchange.
Superbike star James Toseland will return to the island to unleash material from his new album as he goes full throttle into a music career.
Ballasalla author Linda Mann is asking has Anyone Here Seen Kelly? in her latest book in the Tavistock Allan Mystery Series.
ARTISTS working in the west opened their doors to give members of the public a glimpse of what takes place in their studios.
A screenplay co-written by Crosby resident Sonya Quayle has won the Best Un-Produced Screenplay Award at this year’s British Independent Film Festival (BIFF).
This year’s Big Wheel Blues Festival may have been short on an actual Big Wheel, but when it came to the Blues on offer, it wasn’t found lacking.
A team of Manx fundraisers took one of the world’s toughest physical challenges in their stride to raise money for The Children’s Centre.
A conference to raise awareness of young carers and the issues that affect their lives every day was held at the Villa Marina in Douglas.
Three more people have been selected to bring awareness about the reality of extreme poverty to the island.3 comments
Nurses across the island marked the annual worldwide Nurses’ Day on Monday, celebrating the profession on the anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale.
Pedal power by pupils at Kewaigue School has raised more than £320.
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Weather for Isle of Man
Tuesday 21 May 2013
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