Today’s Examiner newspaper has coverage of the terrible crash in which a 10-year-old girl died.
We include dramatic photographs from the scene.
Inside the paper, we reveal why the chairman of Onchan Commissioners is tonight (Monday) facing a vote of no confidence.
As the bus dispute enters its second year, the drivers’ union questions what it thinks is a lot of government waste.
Among the court cases featured in this week’s Examiner, we report on a drug trafficker who’s been jailed for 14 years.
In other news, we report on concerns raised after it was suggested farmed puppies were being brought into the island.
Our page 3 girl this week is 80-year-old Frances Cooper. We find out what’s made her determined to carry on working as a cashier in a supermarket.
As the Louis Group saga rumbles on, we ask whether financial advisers who sold investments should have had an FSC licence. Click here for a reminder of last week’s exclusive page 1 Examiner story about the issue
After an Examiner reader raised concerns about Manx Telecom having limits on its ‘unlimited’ data on its pay as you go service, we ask MT about its policy.
This week’s Examiner also spends some time with a blind man, who’s asking for more consideration from his neighbours.
Meanwhile, as the island’s air services seem to come under increasing threat, we report on a suggestion that the Manx government should set up its own airline.
In the centre pages, we look at some of the heritage open days over the weekend.
And the back page leads with a tough week for the Isle of Man’s football team.
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