Dispute between car dealer and developer is Examiner’s lead story

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The Examiner’s lead story is about a dispute between a car salesman and property developer Dandara.

Also on page one, we picture the Ellan Vannin football team after their stunning performance in Sweden.

Inside, we reveal that plans for a private school in Douglas have been changed.

One of our reporters has been speaking to the police about their operations over the TT and we have a story about that.

We were in court when two would-be thiefs appeared after they tried to take things from TK Maxx in Strand Street.

The paper asks whether it’s time to charge a tax for plastic bags in shops.

In the centre news pages, there’s a fascinating feature about an MI5 spy who was interned in the island.

The sports pages on the back of the paper concentrate on the Ellan Vannin team, while inside there’s an eight-page special about the news from the end of the TT inside.

With Terry Cringle’s nostalgia pages, our lively letters, a new-look business section and a reader’s stunning photo of the fireworks in Douglas (it really is worth seeing!), the Examiner is an essential read this week.

It is in the shops now.

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