The Isle of Man Examiner this week talks to a pregnant woman whose car was written off by a drink-driver.
She was lucky to escape unscathed.
It’s the main story on the front page.
Also this week we report the death of Orry the sea lion.
He was big news 20 years ago when he was sold. He had been at the Wildlife Park. But he was eventually part of a travelling circus.
The older members of the Isle of Man Newspapers team remember the story well. His plight touched the hearts of many people and led to a political furore.
We look back.
Also this week:
The end of the Commonwealth Games and Peter Kennaugh’s heroic effort on Sunday
Why were the three legs covered up during the Games?
A Louis Group investor gets a £100,000 payout after being mis-sold a financial product
We look closer at school assessments. Are the edited versions accurate?
We ask whether last week’s decision by Celtic Array to drop its wind farm plans will affect government plans to make money by having windmills in Manx waters
The latest on the Mount Murray fire investigation
A look back at Castletown Festival and Peel Carnival
A dilapidated house in Douglas is knocked down
There’s another chance to join our campaign against the current toilet tax.
In our business coverage, a union says 40 people are in danger of losing their jobs at Royal Bank of Scotland International.
With our lively letters pages, the Social Diary, Terry Cringle’s look at Manx life in days gone by and the latest from the courts, the Examiner is a great read this week.
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