AN MHK is about to move into a subsidised flat.
Today’s Manx Independent reveals the story and talks to Leonard Singer about his move.
The paper also has the latest on the Sefton saga, from the Keys debate.
After this week’s Examiner reported that the coroner had raised the issues of the introduction of a national speed limit, today’s Manx Independent asks the government minister in charge of the roads about his views.
Elsewhere, we look again at the farmers’ benevolent fund and the administration of funds after the snowfall in March.
The paper reveals that one MHK is spending more time doing his old job.
In the centre pages we have a picture special of the three-legged race in Douglas on the bank holiday Monday.
The Manx Independent includes 11 pages of action-packed sport and the island’s What’s On guide.
It is in the shops now.