New, tabloid-size Examiner out today

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THE new look Isle of Man Examiner is in shops today.

The first-ever tabloid size Examiner is packed with as much news as ever.

There’s exclusive news about one of the island’s landmark hotels.

We report as railway workers react angrily to the way they were told they were losing their jobs.

And a Manchester firm is talking about setting up an airline in the Isle of Man, creating up to 100 jobs.

The Examiner speaks to the election candidate following in his father’s footsteps, while we also report on why rules for candidates are being tightened up.

Sports editor John Watterson gives a full account of his horrific mountain bike accident and subsequent recovery.

As a photographic society celebrates its annual awards, we put you in the picture and show the the quality of their work.

Sport has all the weekend’s action, including the women’s FA Cup final in football, mixed hockey’s cup final and all the latest from the youth cycling leagues.

North News reveals how one man is fighting against a proposed housing development and reports on a serious fire in Andreas.

South News reports on how one village is dealing with a ‘crime wave’ and why one local authority is stunned by a planning decision.

And in West News we take a look ahead to Mad Sunday celebrations planned for Peel, as well as previewing the planning inquiry into controversial proposals for a housing estate.

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