THE island’s government ministers must be wondering if their jobs are safe.
Today’s Isle of Man Examiner reveals that the chief minister, Allan Bell, is considering a reshuffle in the spring after the Legislative Council elections.
Mr Bell also writes exclusively for today’s paper about how his government’s progress so far.
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The Examiner also reveals that Louis Hamilton, the Formula One star, has paid a flying visit to the island.
The paper also asks 3FM boss Ron Berry about his proposal to house all three radio stations in the same building.
The film studios in which the Isle of Man has a substantial stake has announced expansion plans. The Examiner asks Laurence Skelly MHK, the politician responsible for the film industry in the island, about it.
Meanwhile, as the island mourns guitar teacher John Nelson, we have a number of tributes.
The paper also reveals how Fred Dibnah’s son has helped to restore an historic steam train.
In the centre pages, we join the island’s Met Office to see how its staff work.
Sport celebrates the Nomads’ success and leads on DHS Old Boys victory over St Mary’s.
The island’s favourite newspaper is in the shops now.