Is the planned rival service to the Steam Packet doomed?
Today’s Isle of Man Examiner has spoken to one of the men behind it. He’s warned that it might not happen.
Also in this week’s paper, we report on a disturbing case involving a patient who died from deep vein thrombosis. Her family hit out at the hospital during her inquest.
The paper also reports:
The preparations for Princess Anne’s visit
A preview of this week’s Tynwald sitting
Peter Karran’s verdict on changes to post offices
The latest on the Mount Murray fire investigation
The manual workers’ union response to the pay rise for civil servants
A TT music festival to take place in Jurby
The paper also looks at the attempt to build an explosives factory in Cornaa, has a two-page feature on the photos used in the Biosphere Vannin photographic competition and we continue our series of features about our Viking history.
The lead story in our sports section is Marown’s defeat of Douglas Athletic in the GH Corlett Woods Cup on Saturday.
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