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Manx-financed studios faces threat from big Hollywood companies

This week's Examiner

This week's Examiner

The film studio in which the Isle of Man Government has invested millions of pounds is facing a threat from big Hollywood companies that they’ll stop using the facility.

Today’s Isle of Man Examiner has more on the story and asks Treasury Minister Eddie Teare for his views.

The main picture on the front page is of Mark Cavendish, who took part in the Annual Hamper Race in Jurby on Sunday.

The paper also includes:

A report on a proposal to restrict the use of the island’s green lanes

A preview of the New Year’s Day dips

Hunt the Wren pictures

News about the Southern 100 sailings beginning to sell out already

An interview with former teacher Mary Stuart about her work in Kenya

A court report about a woman who concealed heroin inside her body

A review of 2013 in pictures

News about how the dismantling of the Solway Harvester has been delayed

A romantic proposal in Summerhill Glen

The second part of our fascinating series of features about how the island’s culture was influenced by the Vikings, Scots and Irish

The Examiner has also been doing some sums and worked out that, if the figures given in Tynwald are correct, a night in the cells in Douglas police station, costs about the same as a night in the Ritz in London.

Our sports coverage leads with a report on St George’s 7-1 victory over Rushen

The island’s favourite newspaper is in the shops now.

 

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