The Manx Independent is in shops this morning.
In the Indy this week, find out why the information systems division of government has come in for heavy criticism from a spending watchdog.
We talk to the emergency services after the dramatic rescue of an injured walker from rocks near Maughold Head.
There’s the latest news on Sam Barks as she begins filming on the movie version of Les Miserables.
Onchan Commissioners reject a plea from the police to provide them with a base after the village’s police station closes.
And there’s the latest on our Pumps 4 Kids campaign.
South News reports with the latest in the row over plans for a jubilee street party, as Tony Brown hits back at criticism from commissioners.
West News has the latest on plans for a WiFi hotspot in Peel.
North News talks to the proprietor of a new shop in Laxey that aims to cater for ‘real women’.
Our What Where When section previews the Pocket Full of Stars event at the Gaiety Theatre and has all the What’s On listings you need.
Sport reports as Southern Nomads win rugby’s Cheshire Plate and there are reports and reaction following St George’s sensational comeback to clinch the FA Cup at the Bowl on Monday.
The Manx Independent is in shops now.