The island’s financial watchdogs are going to investigate a collapsed investment firm that crashed allegedly owing millions of pounds.
The Isle of Man Examiner, which revealed the fund’s collapse in January, this week reports on new developments and the fact that a dossier of allegations is going to be presented to Tynwald.
The front page photo is of Ian Hutchinson a fraction of a second after he lost control of his machine in the Senior TT last week.
We have more pictures of the incident inside plus an eight-page special on the TT.
Also this week:
The government performs a U-turn on proposed car tax rises after a public outcry. The Examiner has the details
A bubble car made in Peel is to be auctioned off in America and the expected price tag is more than some brand new Mercedes S Classes
Catchment areas for some primary schools are being changed. We report on which ones after affected
A teacher who crashed into a biker, after which he was treated in hospital in the UK, has been to court
The legacy of TT 2017
Cyclist Peter Kennaugh celebrates his latest triumph with a brilliant stage victory at the Criterium du Dauphine
How the Isle of Man attracts journalists to write travel features about us
Two pages of politics, including a story saying why a offering cup of tea during an election could land a would-be politician in trouble
More on the continuing row about endoscopy services moving from Ramsey Cottage Hospital
Freedom of Information legislation is going to be extended - and now Manx Radio is affected
RBS International, one of the biggest employers in the island, has confirmed it has officially appointed its new Isle of Man boss. We reveal who it is
A picture special on the The Moddey Dhoo TT Motorcycle show
Farm Sunday celebrations
Latest published waiting times show that patients diagnosed with cancer are receiving their treatment more quickly
Plus two pages of nostalgia, the social diary, 10 pages of business news, your letters and arguably the best photo in the paper on page 2. You have to see it to understand why.
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