In today’s Isle of Man Examiner

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In today’s Examiner, the family of a man who died in a crash during the TT festival hit out at the justice system after a motorist is cleared of causing death by dangerous driving.

Steam Packet chiefs praise their staff for the way they dealt with a fire on board the Ben-my-Chree on Sunday.

And coastguard officials have harsh words to say about the three men who caused a safety alert after swimming out to the Tower of Refuge in the early hours.

The Examiner reports as tribute is paid to Manx Grand Prix rider Wayne Hamilton, who lost his life just two days after winning the newcomers’ race.

We have the latest news on candidates in this year’s general election and there’s a full round up of all the GCSE results in the island.

Plus, find out why the discovery of a giant slug in the north of the island is creating a stir.

Sport has all the action from the Manx Grand Prix races, plus the weekend’s football.

North News reports on Ramsey Commissioners concern over the laws on building ownership.

There’s a renewed bid to get the Broughs footpaths in Port Erin open again, South News reveals.

In West News, there’s a picture special from the Michael produce show.

The Examiner is in shops this afternoon.

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