FREE with this week’s Manx Independent – in shops this afternoon – is an eight-.page supplement with all the results and dozens of pictures from the Parish Walk.
We also have a four-page Green Living pullout in this week’s bumper edition.
Find out the latest as the Manx Independent investigates whether Chief Minister Tony Brown will face a challenge in his bid to become President of Tynwald.
A top mountain biker is involved in a dramatic mountainside rescue.
As the threat of a bus strike looms larger, we reveal exactly what the row is about and give the low down on what a bus driver earns in the Isle of Man.
Plus, find out why a lawyer who was trying to get a money laundering conviction overturned was told she was lucky not to go to prison.
What Where When talks to Roger Daltrey ahead of his August concert and we have an interview with Feeder lead singer Grant Nicholas.
Sport has all the latest news on Manx successes in the Island Games and reports on cricket action from the Blincoe Cup semi-finals.
In South News a developer expresses bemusement after his ambitious hotel scheme hits opposition from a local authority.
Find out why Ramsey is to get a visit from spacemen in North News.
West News reports as Michael MHK David Cannan receives tributes at the final sitting of the House of Keys.
The Manx Independent is in shops this afternoon (Thursday)