An investigation has begun after money went missing from a police station.
Today’s Isle of Man Examiner has the story on the front page.
Also on page 1, the paper reveals that financial advisors who recommended investments in the now-collapsed Louis Group have been ordered to pay out awards to victims of failed fund.
Inside the paper, we report on a petition asking for more checks on elderly drivers. It has been organised by a woman whose brother died in a road accident.
In health news, we report on a public appeal to raise £600,000 to provide a dedicated breast cancer unit at Noble’s Hospital.
After the Examiner exclusively revealed last week that an MP was calling on the UK government to impose a law on the Isle of Man, the details of which are here, we talk to the chief minister about the issue.
We also talk to the unions for their response after the Manx Independent revealed that Ellan Vannin Line wanted to be on the Manx shipping register.
The Examiner also has two stories about local men climbing Everest.
Policeman Phil Drowley was the first Manxman to climb the world’s tallest mountain. Now he’s planning to climb the highest summit in seven different continents.
We also report on a junior doctor who had to abandon his attempt to scale Everest just 500 metres from the top.
Our court reporter details a case in which a man befriended a 14-year-old girl on Facebook and persuaded her to take a revealing picture of herself.
We were also in court to hear about a man who had downloaded 87 indecent photographs of children on his mobile phone.
In the centre pages, we have a pictured special on the Manx Literature Festival.
The main story on the back page is a report on the Mountain Ultra event.
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