In today’s Examiner

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THE Isle of Man Examiner is in shops this afternoon.

Free with the Examiner today is an eight-page supplement containing everything you need to know about the Commonwealth Youth Games, which start in the Isle of Man this week.

In today’s Examiner, we investigate how the economic problems are starting to bite at Douglas town hall and the possible implications for staff there.

There’s the latest news after refunds beginn for people who bought Bay Festival tickets.

A former MHK outlines what he thinks the public should be asking candidates in the run up to this month’s general election.

Find out exactly how many different species were found at the Raggatt, south of Peel, in just one day.

And we talk to a leading shark cinematographer about the disturbing nature of his work as he battles to protect them from fishermen.

Plus sport has action from the Senior Manx Grand Prix, plus a round up of all the weekend’s football, rugby and cricket.

North News has full results and pictures from Ramsey Horticultural Society’s summer show.

An ‘eyesore’ site in Port Erin could be sold off into the private sector by the commissioners, South News reveals.

And find out why Peel is set to become the new St Tropez in West News.

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