The price of petrol has been falling in the island.
Today’s Manx Independent reveals more and how the road works on Peel Road, Douglas, has affected things.
The paper’s top stories include:
Health Minister David Anderson MHK admits he might lose a vote of confidence in Tynwald
Green campaigners give their reaction to the proposal to build wind farms in Manx territorial waters
Cancer survivor Nikki Bregazzi tells us her story as an appeal for a £600,000 breast cancer unit starts
We meet four men who’ve taken on ‘probably the toughest event on the planet’.
The Steam Packet tells us that taking on the cargo vessel MV Arrow had nothing to do with the start of a rival freight service
We look back at a Christian cafe that shuts its doors for the last time this week
Chief Minister Allan Bell says that deals with China depend on the island continuing its VAT agreement with the UK
We visit Glen Darragh, home to a waterfall and restored water wheel
Author Chris Ewan tells us that his work is to be televised in the USA
Online video news service TVIM’s future is in doubt
The Courthouse bar and restaurant in Athol Street, Douglas, to close and in its place will come an American-themed bar and diner
Island Life looks forward to Paul Carrack in concert at the Villa
We also preview the heritage open days organised by Manx National Heritage and a performance of Glee at the Gaiety
In the centre pages there are pictures of some of the 400 people who visited the Children’s Centre’s Community Farm
The main story on the back page is a preview of the Isle of Man football team’s visit to Ireland while the main photo features another great Manx cyclist, Anna Christian
The Manx Independent is in the shops now and, don’t forget, you also get a free lolly from Thornton’s with this week’s paper.