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In today’s Examiner, find out why the government is coming under fire from a taxi regulator over the delays in introducing all-island licences.
We speak to Douglas Council leader David Christian about how a new constitution in the town hall could sort the workers from the shirkers.
There’s the latest reaction after last week’s bombshell banking news that AIB is to close its operations in the Isle of Man.
And Steam Packet chief Mark Woodward raises his fears about the impact a new wind farm in Morecambe Bay could have on the Steam Packet.
Plus there’s a chance to win tickets to see the Magic of the Beatles.
We review the Circus of the Orient, currently showing at the Villa Marina, and there’s an Easter bonnet picture special.
And the row in Castletown over plans to stage a street party to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubileee takes an extraordinary twist, with a former chief minister being blasted by the commissioners.
Sport reports on the Woods Cup final victory of Union Mills over Douglas Royal and talks to the six junior footballers who will be flag bearers at the Liverpool-Everton FA Cup semi final at Wembley this weekend. Plus, we have action from the Easter athletics festival.
West News has a picture special from Peel Playgroup’s sponsored toddle.
The victims of a wartime air disaster when a Flying Fortress crashed into the Manx hills are to be remembered, South News reports.
And North News takes a look at the latest proposals for regeneration in Laxey.
Your Easter Isle of Man Examiner is in the shops now.