Proposed changes to the TT races will continue, despite some opposition.
The story is on the front page of this week’s Isle of Man Examiner.
Also this week:
Offender Nedyalko Marinov has been sentenced to jail after breaking a restraining order following spying on his former partner.
Manx Care is to receive £18.3m of government funding to reduce the island’s orthopaedic, ophthalmology and surgery waiting lists.
Castletown’s gym shuts in a debt dispute.
We look at the work of a children’s charity, Isle of Play.
A service that will specifically help island residents who live with chronic illnesses has been soft launched with a view to be fully open to referrals in the next month.
Daphne Caine MHK has expressed concern that not enough is being done to help students who need additional support in schools after the Education Minister told Tynwald that a new code would be ‘subject to funding’.
In our Word on the Street feature, we ask people about their food shopping habits as prices rise. Is anything in short supply?
Evelyn Bertha Teare, who has turned 105 years old, and is among the first to have received a birthday card from the last two monarchs.
Photos from the Last Night of the Proms event.
The winners and runners up in the Young Nature Writer 2022 competition have been announced.
Michael Hussain Baker, who assaulted his partner, has been sentenced.
Manx National Heritage has created a family audio trail to celebrate 100 years of the Manx Museum.
Teenager Callum Taylor, who crashed a car then left the scene, has been punished in court.
A consultation has been launched seeking the public’s views on proposals to develop the island’s first solar farm on 84 acres of agricultural land at Billown. We report on it in our Food and Farming pages.
In the latest Buildings at Risk feature for the Examiner, Simon Artymiuk of the Isle of Man Natural History and Antiquarian Society looks at the story of how Douglas Railway Station gained its impressive red brick buildings - described by historians as ‘second to none of its kind’ with regards to narrow gauge stations in the British Isles.
There is also our Working Week business section, lots of sports coverage, David Cretney’s column, our letters page, puzzles, a television guide and lots of community news.
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