Vision Nine, the company that was expecting to promote the TT, says it’s furious with the Manx government.
The Isle of Man Examiner has spoken to the chief exective, who doesn’t hold back.
Also this week, the paper reveals that bank staff’s hours at the hospital have been cut.
One member of staff contacted us and says the decision is hitting morale at Noble’s.
Also this week:
We’re on the hunt for workers who wrote their names on the roof of the Sefton Hotel.
The new road surface on the promenade in Douglas will last only two years, the DoI says.
A plea to save the historic Balmoral boat.
Heartache for two brothers whose BMX bikes have been stolen from a hotel car park.
New MHK Daphne Caine talks to Paul Speller about her new job.
The case of a postman who was bitten by a dog in Onchan goes to court.
Letters that link Manx novellist Hall Caine to Jack the Ripper.
Two police officers who rescued two teenagers are commended for their bravery.
Our ‘Buildings at Risk’ series continues with a look at the Wesleyan Chapel in Peel (now the Centenary Centre)
A picture special on the Christmas lights switch-on in Douglas
Our sports section, Final Whistle
Two pages of nostalgia
The Examiner is in the shops now