The Examiner has been given more details about the roadworks on Peel Road after the paper made an access to information (the government’s current non-statutory equivalent of Freedom of Information) request.
This week’s paper reveals more about the problems discovered when the core samples were investigated and found to be inadequate.
The paper also reports on the court case of a man found guilty of assaulting a deemster. The full story is inside.
On page 1, the lead story features the Department of Health.
It has just lost its minister. Now its top three civil servants are retiring at exactly the same time.
The revamp of Hutchinson Square in Douglas
Peter Karran wants a police investigation after Buster Lewin’s claims on the Kirk Michael land swap were rejected by Tynwald
The bus dispute could soon officially be over
We report more on the recommendations made after a prisoner died in jail
Plans for the Castletown Golf Links Hotel
Animal lovers are trying to help stray dogs in Romania
Heavier lorries are to be allowed to drive on Manx roads
We visit another dilapidated house, this time one that was built by war internees
Our business coverage has more on the UK Budget and how it might affect us in the Isle of Man
Our business editor meets a woman who’s a born organiser and who’s decided to set up her own company that’ll help others to keep their affairs in order
With Terry Cringle’s nostalgia pages, our great sports pullout and the Isle of Man’s best place to get things off our chests (the letters pages), this week’s Isle of Man Examiner is a must-read.
It’s in the shops now.