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Grim reading for the Council of Ministers

This week's Manx Independent front page

This week's Manx Independent front page

This week’s Manx Independent reveals the results of a Public Accounts Committee investigation, which was leaked to the paper ahead of publication.

It makes grim reading for the Council of Ministers.

This week’s paper also looks at the prom revelopment and hears complaints from Douglas Council leader David Christian about work done by the Department of Infrastructure, or ‘Department of Incompetence’ as he dubs it.

In Ramsey, we find out what’s happening with the work on Parliament Street.

Elswhere in the paper, we report on the inquest into a girl who died in an accident nine months ago and who will be remembered in a service later this week.

The paper asks a union leader for her verdict on the Department of Infrastructure’s proposals to charge people more to recoup money lost in cuts.

We look forward to Tynwald Day next week and review Paul Weller’s concert at the Villa Marina.

Island Life looks at the flower festival and the island’s marine life.

The paper is a must-buy for people with children at primary schools, especially those who are about to go to secondary school.

There’s a photo of every class in that year in the island inside.

Your Manx Independent also includes a seven-day television guide and the Isle of Man’s What’s On guide.

It’s in the shops now.

 

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