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Remembering those who died in the First World War
Remembering those who died in the First World War
A mini Parish Walk to raise school funds
Bond-themed evening to support breast charity
Au revoir south of France and hello to the Isle of Man
Idea Factory has inspired staff to come up with great thoughts
Civil defence team demo at fun day
Search to find solution to Peel Marina silt problem
Quayle's terse reply to question about travel
No car parking on tennis court say planners
Capital's grot spot is still monitored
Shut for 17 weeks
Parked car damaged outside A&E
Lifeboat called out to lone sailor in difficulty
Is Kate fit for purpose?
Tributes paid to teenager Joe Greene
Fourth fatality following Laxey crash
What's in this week's Isle of Man Examiner
We'll give Manx companies a fair chance says Treasury Minister
Pupils honour memory of the fallen
Man who stole perfume from chemist's shop is sentenced
We don't have trouble recruiting primary school teachers says minister
Review on housing provision due later this year
Sun shines down on village lifeboat day
Housebuilder renews sponsorship of Peel Golf Club junior competition
Three dead in crash
Road reopens after serious crash
Ash tree disease found in the Isle of Man
Buster Lewin's Freedom of Information requests are branded 'vexatious'
A scheme to get youngsters reading over the summer holidays
Lifesaving equipment installed in the Spring Valley Industrial Estate
£15,000 Mini prize in fundraiser for charity
Fish and chips for all
Island company has vital role in £200m project
Man admits assault on woman but says he was provoked
Teenager kicked car outside the hospital
Manx Wildlife Trust: Let the kids go wild
Science fair is lit up by students' projects
On the 100th anniversary of Sir Charles Kerruish's birth, Terry Cringle pays tribute
Police investigate altercation: Were you in this takeaway?
Car found 'embedded' into hedge
Child evangelists visit school weekly
Education bill delayed
We won't take over private sector nursing home says government minister
Consultation on flipping work permits
ManxSPCA column: What happens when a cat is run over in the Isle of Man
Public sign up session for health initiative
Hands are tied over Manx ex-pats not getting pensions increases
Pupils run to raise thousands of pounds
Two injured as yacht runs aground
Man made threats and carried a knife
Biker fell off bike after boozing
Companies must appoint a nominated officer to comply with new law
Artist Kate Jerry's view: Why we need the arts
Shimmins says big rises to minimum wage are essential
Promotional feature: Ten thousand people expected at the Southern District Agricultural Show next weekend
Review: A magnificently varied concert
End of road for residents' complaints
Margot to chair mental health association
Celebrating the Isle of Man's unsung young heroes
Celebrating the Isle of Man's unsung young heroes
Sports day proves to be a winner
Student Kiera is a regular volunteer for Hospice
Review: We wanted to dance but we couldn't
Running through bubbles raises cash for the hospice
Come and look round charity yacht
Culture Celtic soul music
Soundcheck project artists play all through the weekend
Talk may give hope to people with arthritis
Learn about the art of positive thinking
Equality law is passed at last
Coast guard called to help secure yacht
Archaeologists unearth glimpses into Manx history in dig
Roll up, roll up! Family Library Summer Reading Scheme launches on Saturday
Family speak out after shocking revelations about elderly woman's treatment at nursing home
Second director of collapsed Louis Group agrees to be banned from being a director
Go to Ramsey for fun tomorrow
Beach festival starts tonight
Regulatory failings highlighted in miss-selling saga
Milntown looks to the future with two new appointments
Drink-driver three times over the limit
Cherobyl kids given gifts by Post Office
Commitment to considerate construction
Explore wildlife with a MWT summer pass
School gets grant to build outdoor storytelling area
Pub launches new ale for carnival day
Helping others to EAT
Tributes to a funny, caring student who will be missed
The Manx Handmaid's Tale
Manx music season returns to the Villa
Man, 36, admits having £50-a-day heroin habit
Man's threat to shoot police during siege
All at sea as Tynwald votes to continue talks with SPC
Government department shake-up on the front page of today's Manx Independent
Investors in failed fund get no pay-out
Castle Mona is under offer: It's not us say two parties who've previously expressed an interest
It's a good year for travel by ferry and on the bus
Petitioners back 'glamorous camping' proposal that was denied planning permission
Football matches for under eights raise money for children's hospice
Cabaret evening in aid of Project 21
Peel Heritage Trust's visit to the cathedral and its gardens
There's no place like home for the Creechurch Capital team
Charity coffee morning to be held
Fine and suspended sentence for assault on bouncer
Prom revamp gets go-ahead
Friends Provident International snapped up by island based business
MHK's civil service figures don't add up
Chief Constable: Is it time to change law on drugs?
DED to be relaunched with new name
String of award wins for Knox Financial
Preschool to open at Ashley Hill
Bond's the word for Old Mutual International
Pupils with disabilities take part in athletics festivals
James Penn's business column: Busy across the pond
Barclays strengthens its business banking and captives client team
Bushy's lose out in beer tent bid
Prom fun run raises £1.3k to fight disorder
The Isle of Man needs major investment in telecommunications
Tragic death of island teenager
Night with Souness raises £9,000 for charity
The family of an elderly woman who was found in a care home tied up in her own nightdress talk to the Examiner
Tynwald preview: Infrastructure Minister Ray Harmer has to steer debates on Steam Packet and promenade revamp
Man snorted and spat out his own urine
Man is fined £400 for cannabis possession
Fund fights for survival
New homes for north of the island
Orienteer event for autumn
Rock, rhythm and blues star Si Cranstoun returns to the Peel Centenary Centre
Rock, rhythm and blues star Si Cranstoun returns to the Peel Centenary Centre
Policy will improve discipline
Govt has got it wrong - SPC never expected offer would be rejected
Police's message to someone who's lost cannabis plants
Man is remanded after giving false bail address
Man arranged for drugs cash to be posted
Pupils set for trip of a lifetime
Photos of every year six primary school class in today's Isle of Man Examiner
Award for role model Scott
Expert to give tips on making old houses more environmentally friendly
John 'Dog' Callister shares his thoughts on the Bushy's beer tent
Full steam ahead for transport festival
Old folk may have to move away
Jail for young man with a bright future
Pakistani politicians' lessons from the Isle of Man
Mylchreests appointed as island's Subaru car dealership
Datacentre Netcetera 'leads way' with green credentials
Athlete's greatest extravagance are his poles
Mystery vehicle rips off front bumper of parked Audi
Alice Roberts gives lecture on history of the Celts
MSPCA column: Take care when you're in a field with cattle
Students use performing arts to explore meaning of freedom
Driver cut free after two car collision
It's carnival time in Douglas
Ten weeks' jail for partner assault
Drink-driver's £900 fine and two-year ban
Tynwald asked to approve big budget capital schemes
Council support for prom plans
Wool conference coming to the Isle of Man
'Taking flight' at the Isle Gallery
Irish academic speaks out about the unifying power of native language
Manx musicians help commemorate Summerland disaster
Big Beat drummers donate to charity
Dog lovers raise cash for MSPCA at pug party
£500 fine for man with cannabis in van
Schools should not remain separate on a single site
Fancy dress rules the day at the Dark Horse festival
Mountain bike stolen
Have your say on immigration rules
Three men admit part in £8,000 burglary
Ex-Marine gave cash to charity before taking his own life
Jobless figures comes down again
Ed Force One brings classic metal back to the Amber stage
Brexit means the Isle of Man will have to pass new legislation
Vision Nine contract was 'not fit for purpose'
Meet the dance group bringing a taste of Bulgaria to the island
Police had to use leg restraints on woman
Youngsters put on their dancing shoes
Ice cream parlour smash and grab
Monthly surgeries with Rob Callister
Dusk and dawn bat watch at Silverdale
Town Scouts relaunch
103rd sports day in Ballaugh
Over 30? Wanna dance?
Children's home abuse raised in Tynwald
Derek was a perfectionist in his many roles
Cuddly toys and paddling at Rottfest
Final week of Manx Cancer Help mini canvas exhibition
Baths, birdmen, slapstick stunts and snake racing
How a trip to the Southern 100 has helped my rehabilitation
How a trip to the Southern 100 has helped my rehabilitation
Driver was trying to do a favour
HSBC supports car dealer's island expansion
Tim Groves' property column: Good advice is key when you are selling your house
Teenager is jailed after attack
Vision Nine tender process: evidence
When you hear a fire alarm, get out of the building!
Drink driver wanted a new parking space
New restaurant could open on quay
Town's flood defences start to take shape
In today's Manx Independent: Pressure on the police to investigate financial crime
Jactor skatepark in memory of brothers
Children feel like James Bond after Lake District educational trip
Dangerous Transit van had 23 defects
After the petitions are presented to Tynwald, what happens to them?
Young achievers' contribution to Manx culture is recognised
The King William's College students in the top 5% worldwide
Blockchain tech incubator firm could spark jobs
Stamps mark 70 years since the engagement of the Queen to Prince Philip
Awards for Excellence are launched
A blooming good time at the Isle of Man Flower Festival
Is it time to call the Steam Packet's bluff?
The Council of Ministers declines the Steam Packet offer
Steam Packet: Agree to the deal and we'll buy new vessels
Driver had taken two days' worth of meds
Tynwald urged to back £20m Prom revamp
Cleaner's thefts have led to hate campaign
Pier trust gets planning approval
College students' achievements recognised
Group offers free English lessons
Fibromyalgia support group
Action film star Tom Holland is Spider-Manx
Business takes trip down memory lane
Balmoral sailings cancelled
Peel police probe hit and run crash
Police chief says the force is living 'hand to mouth'
Strawberry themed fair and fancy dress event
Tuesday is news day: Examiner leads with Steam Packet deal latest
Probation for teenager who sold cannabis
Team Sky share top sports nutrition tips
A taste of things to come? As Brexit looms, Manx ministers can react only after a decision is reported in media
Manx chefs showcase their skills in competition semi-finals
Governor 'keen' to help island businesses and boost economy
This deal marks a 'significant milestone'
Choir to perform at RNLI
Theatre students' exam successes
Manx Telecom 4G helps TT and Parish Walk fans to share fun
An emotional visit to the grave of his grandparents
A return to the good old days at busy Laxey Fair
New proposals to revamp Douglas promenades
Drunk 'pirate' was found lying on beach
Steam Packet negotiations 'should continue'
Man was brawling with girlfriend's dad
Nine hundred dictionaries given to primary school pupils
Share your views on Hospice with survey
Paintings to be conserved before new gallery opens
Should we have 10 marine reserves?
Fitness day raises money for charity
brass band World class band holds gala concert
Mental health is top of agenda for Samaritans
Marking Tynwald Day in Malta
Man with 3,000 child pics jailed
Manx SPCA column: There were no tabby cats till the Middle Ages
Meet the new Peel Carnival princess and her attendants
Little Rascals raise money for children's hospice
Dad's Army: a classic comedy
Songs pay the Rent
Police praise courage of 10-year-old rape victim
Victoria Road fire started by electrical fault
Charitable theatre fan produced her own show
Songs for Age Concern
No comment on AG changes
Police appeal over damage to car at hospital
Our review of the Deep South Festival - plus photos
Crafty weaver sue works her magic
Improvements in care for people with cancer in the Isle of Man
Manx Wildlife Trust: Wildlife on the coast
People try sports in a hidden park in Douglas
MHK defends view that ministers should intervene in planning matters only in the national interest
Charity exhibition of mini paintings
Peel Heritage Trust members enjoy a fascinating talk by Peter Kelly
Charity to hold dinner to raise funds
Police warning over business burglaries
Patient transfer taxi company passes probation period
'Use it or lose it' warning for post office customers
Author develops his Manx Connection
Man jailed for rape of 10-year-old boy
Creating folk for the future
Celebrating 10 years of Farmers' Markets
Local bands fill the line up at this year's Dark Horse Festival
Peter Pan flies in the North
What do you think of the island's telecommunications?
The cost of living continues to rise
We did consult with doctors over changes to endoscopy service says health minister
Drag racing in world's fastest shed
Snooker legend helps the fight against cancer at charity day
Teenager admits smashing a window with a baseball bat
Manx column: Concern over the lack of Gaelic in exhibition about the Jacobites
Microgaming sponsors Gaiety production
Key changes in Equiom's senior management team
Police cadets raise money for children's hospice
Danceathon to raise cash for Hospice
Silent protest over island's abortion law
Teenager faces 17 drugs charges
Residents' NSC discount scrapped in shake-up of charges
Fire checks continue after Grenfell Tower
Ramsey Cottage Hospital trustees: If you see something heading over the cliff, you are obliged to say something
Motorist is caught out test driving van at 6am
Unlicensed car driver had failed to pay fines
In this week's Manx Independent: Should cyclists have to take breath test?
Noble's Hospital celebrates 450 days with no MRSA
Viking silver unearthed on farm to be displayed at Manx Museum
Museum library to alter opening hours
Pensioner drove off as she was in a rush
Neighbourhood row turned sour
Community service for road rage man
Unlicensed driver could face a driving ban
Don't be afraid of changing career
£15,000 raised at charity fashion show backed by island company
Petitions for Redress of Grievance handed in at Tynwald ceremony
Scott's award for work with young people
Policeman Michael's marathon in Andy's memory
Fresh paint for observatory
Father tried to smuggle £82,000 cash for gang to help son pay off debt
Govt is to review its own gas bill
A novel way to complete a charity lap of TT course
The government's claims about air quality don't add up, says Friends of the Earth
Showcase for maritime sector in shadow of London Bridge
Cav gets the stamp of approval for career
Education issues that can affect crown dependencies discussed by teachers' union leader
Bill to talk in USA about Beach Buddies' success
Defendant attempted to breach alcohol ban
James Penn's business column: Interest rate pros and cons evenly balanced
Old Mutual Int'l backs library project to promote reading
Kitching parole report: Why did they release him early?
Kitching parole report: Systems not people to blame for tragedy
Health chiefs fear Spice drug is in the Isle of Man
A chance to air grievances in the open air as the Isle of Man celebrates its parliament in traditional style
Stuart starts 1,600 mile cycle ride for Alzheimer's
UK fisheries decision: Isle of Man will monitor developments
New benches to remember Great War
Drunk man brandished bar stool during row
The Castle Mona Hotel: From the jewel in the crown of Douglas to a bit of an eyesore
June was second wettest on record
Tuesday is news day: Examiner reports on inquiry into fatal crash
Holly bush stolen from cemetery
No prospect of £39m debt being repaid by group
Number on sex offenders' register revealed; Four UK sex offenders living here
Hearing over teenager's hospital punch row