The parents of a 13-month-old boy from Douglas are praying their son can have a liver transplant.
Today’s Isle of Man Examiner has the story on the front page.
Inside, the paper reports that the Isle of Man is the eighth wealthiest nation in the world, measured by Gross National Income per head of population.
After Tesco was refused an off licence in Castletown (reported in the Courier and online) the Examiner has more details on page 3.
Similarly, after the Manx Educational Foundation’s plans to buy the Nunnery were revealed last week, today’s paper goes into greater detail.
The future of Summerland is also in the spotlight. A developer has been found, the Examiner reveals.
After the Courier last week reported that post offices were under threat as the Department of Social Care looked at other ways to pay benefits, the Examiner today talks to Chris Robertshaw about the plan.
You might remember that we reported that bosses at the jail said the smoking ban was working well in this story. We’ve now spoken to prisoners who say that’s not true. The Examiner has the story.
The location of Pizza Hut’s Douglas takeaway isn’t popular with the restaurant above it. The Examiner talks to La Piazza’s boss.
The back page’s main story is Geordies’ victory over Laxey.
The island’s favourite paper is in the shops now.