Staff at Noble’s Hospital’s accident and emergency department fear for their safety when drunken and drugged-up people arrive there.
This week’s Manx Independent has spoken to an informant anonymously.
She has seen the situation, which included an incident that went to court last week, get worse.
We also speak to the Health Minister about the issue.
The paper has also been looking at the new road layout on Peel Road. If you’ve not been to Douglas to see it, it’s worth a look! We have a few pictures on page 3.
The Manx Independent also includes:
>The revelation that the government paid more cash to secure the patient transfer service
>News that jobs are in jeopardy at the St John’s Sawmill
>A report on Tuesday night’s meeting about Callow’s Yard’s future
>An interview with health chiefs, which reveals that the Isle of Man bought £250,000-worth of the now-discredited drug Tamiflu
>A story from the House of Keys sitting that discussed the Landlords Bill
>The latest on the lemur that’s escaped from the Wildlife Park
>A court hearing on a man who had 86 ecstasy tablets
>The opening of an inquest into a 67-year-old woman
>The latest in our series of features about Manx life during the First World War
>A picture gallery from the Beer Festival. Are you in it?
>The Manx beaches that failed water quality standards
>A suspended sentence for a plumber who committed assault
>A court appearance of a man who admitted cultivating cannabis
>A firefighter who expects to lose his job after appearing in court
>A preview of a concert for Katherine Crowe
>A look ahead to a play based on a theme of First World War poets
>The Easter Festival of Plays
>What’s in store on the railways this Easter
>A look back at Shennaghys Jiu
>The island’s two-page What’s On guide
>Seven-day television guide
>Twelve pages of action-packed sport, including the TT press launch
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