Today’s Examiner speaks to a mother who is refusing to pay the toilet tax.
She asks what would happen if we all refused to cough up.
Inside, the paper reports that some people have been taking wood from the 10,000-year-old forest uncovered recently at Cranstal, Bride.
The paper also includes:
A report on a landslip that’s threatening the Manx Electric Railway
A plan for 30 new homes in Ramsey
The sentence of a former TT rider who appeared before a court
A big question: Should smoking be banned in cars that are carrying children?
A change of use for Pulrose police station
A court report on a man who crashed his van because he was staring at the moon.
A development in Tromode at the old Clucas Laundry for the Strand Group, which employs 130 people.
The Examiner also includes our new sports section and expert analysis of the budget.
The island’s favourite paper is in the shops now.
We know that some people are still getting used to our new day of publication. Remember: Tuesday is news day!