THE shocking report on the MEA loans scandal has been published.
Today’s Isle of Man Examiner has full coverage of the findings.
Page three is dominated by photos of a bendy bus wending its way through Castletown.
The ancient capital’s narrow streets are probably the hardest for any vehicle to negotiate in the island. You can find out how well it did in this week’s paper.
As the island awaits next week’s budget, we report on how likely it is for taxes to rise.
Inside the paper, Economic Development Minister John Shimmin says why it’s necessary for his department to recruit three more staff. Meanwhile, we also report on why the wage bill for the Civil Service is dropping.
We focus on Tynwald’s scrutiny committees in a page feature. How have they changed politics in the island since they began 15 months ago?
The paper also focuses on the Southern Area Plan, which is to go to Tynwald next week. It’s not popular among many of the area’s politicians.
In the business pages, we look at a new men’s grooming centre in Pulrose.The area’s men can now go for a facial and a chest wax in the shop.
Sport includes details of the sports awards shortlist and celebrates Mark Cavendish’s most recent success.
The Examiner also includes a great competition in which you and three friends could win what’s called a ‘firemen’s breakfast’.
It’s a big fry-up served on a fireman’s shovel.
The Examiner is in the shops now.