This week’s Manx Independent looks at the small print for EasyJet’s service to Luton.
We look at the timetable and note that the summer schedule will have fewer flights.
The story is inside the paper.
On the front is the news that public sector workers have agreed to pay more and get less for pensions.
There’s also a court report about a man who has downloaded hundreds of indecent photos of children.
On the back page there’s David Knight, the enduro star who’s back in action just three months after having a hip replaced.
Among the stories inside:
Fundraisers have been doing their bit to support a family whose four-year-old needs medical treatment in the United States.
The government will consider extending compulsory purchase powers as a way to address the island’s worst run-down properties.
Volunteers are getting together to clear litter from the Isle of Man.
The proportion of highly-paid public sector employees is broadly in line with the private sector MHKs have been told.
Prisoner Carl Joseph Bridson, who smuggled tobacco into the jail in a Kinder egg, has appeared in court.
Onchan woman Leonie Michaela Roberts has been ordered to perform 60 hours’ community service after a nightclub assault.
Learning is extending far beyond the classroom at Dhoon School with an artifically grassed area and log cabin classroom in the school’s grounds.
We meet three Manx dogs who are going to compete at Crufts.
Our photographer pictured a number of Star Wars fans who dressed up for special screenings of their favourite films in Castletown.
Animal lovers with a bit of spare time are being invited to help out at at Curraghs Wildlife Park.
In our 20-page features and entertainment section we look forward to the Big Wheel Blues Festival and Ramsey’s pantomime (which is rather later than most).
Also this week there are 12 pages of sport, readers’ photos, your seven-day television guide and the Isle of Man’s What’s On guide.
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