WE reveal that five members of Tynwald have opted not to contribute to their pensions in an exclusive report in today’s Isle of Man Examiner- but who are the five who risk exposure to public criticism?
Inside, we have exclusive pictures of filming of lavish period drama Belle, showing how Castletown habourside has been transformed into an 18th century Bristol dockyard for the production,
As Gary Roberts is named as the new Chief Constable, we interview the police chief he replaces, Mike Langdon, who looks back on the last five years he’s been in charge and says the force is ready for a new leader.
The Coroner calls for new safety measures on the A1 at Greeba in the wake of a tragic road accident last year.
Social Care bosses refuse to say how much taxpayers are paying for controversial Atos Healthcare to carry out medical assessments on incapacity benefit claimants.
Opposition grows to plans to move the bus station to Victoria Street, Douglas.
And North News reports how Bride rectory is sold to a well known Island resident.
Business News speaks to Colin Kniveton, the senior governemt official on his way to the Channel Islands to help set a civil service on Sark.
And sport has news and results from the weekend, including all the football, rugby and hockey, a local 1-2-3 in the Manx Mountain Marathon and a report on top 10 finishes for two Manx residents in the Aragon MotoGP.
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