The most-read story on our site last week was another report about how the Department of Infrastructure wants to raise revenue to help offset cuts.
The issue really seems to captured our readers’ interest.
The promotions of both the Isle of Man Examiner and the Manx Independent also made the top ten.
The top ten for last week were:
1. Dismay at DoI plans to cut costs and raise revenue 4,094
2. Police appeal after boy, 13, is knocked off bike by car 3,697
3. Isle of Man stands its ground over UK map 3,523
4. Sefton Group makes £10.3m profit and Sir Miles praises the government’s courage 2,988
5. Richard Gerrard wins 2014 Manx Telecom Parish Walk 2,773
6. Disgusting state of town square 2,605
7. Parking charges proposal to hit government workers outside central Douglas 2,358
8. If you’re squeamish, avoid page 3 of this week’s Manx Independent 2,070
9. Govt brings in new builder on estate following delays 2,014
10.Trial for cyclists and pedestrians to share Douglas promenade 1,818