THE Manx Independent is in shops today.
In today’s Indy, a grieving mum attacks the police over her son’s heroin death.
There’s news from the trial of the man accused of murdering a former island resident.
We have the latest news from the planning inquiry into a controversial housing scheme in Peel and reveal how a funding problem for school sports, previously highlighted by the Indy, has been resolved.
With this week’s Indy, there’s also the chance to win a cheese hamper.
We go Inside Out and take a look behind the doors of Kentraugh Mill.
Sport reports on the news that five-star TT champion Ian Hutchinson has been ruled out of this year’s event due to injury, plus there’s action from the Manx Telecom rally and preview of hockey finals and the weekend’s cricket, as well as football’s Junior Cup.
What Where When, our free entertaiments and lifestyle section, looks ahead to this weekend’s concert by opera star Alfie Boe and also has vital information on prostate health.
The new bowling alley will be a massive boost for Ramsey, North News reports.
South News examines why motorists can’t get to grips with the one-way system in Port St Mary.
And West News reports on a court case involved a woman who attacked her husband.
The Manx Independent is in shops from lunchtime.