In this week’s Isle of Man Examiner, we exclusively reveal that notorious paedophile Joseph Marshall is going to try to persuade a court to let him out of jail early.

On page one, we report big changes which are due to affect the TT next year.

Also this week:

Sixteen pages of news all about the TT put together by our incomparable sports team.

There are triumphs and, unfortunately, tragedies.

The three people from the Isle of Man who were recognised in the birthday honours talk to us about the accolades.

After a football and a helmet found their way on to the TT course, we hear a warning about the dangers.

A motorcyclist visitor who was clocked doing 87mph through a 40mph zone has been in court.

At the same court, a Norwegian who wandered on to a closed road has been punished and another visitor has been sentenced after riding his machine over the drink-drive limit.

A tragedy in Peel harbour.

A pedestrian was badly injured in the early hours on Sunday.

How students with learning difficulties are joining Hospice Isle of Man’s dolphin-based Big Splash project.

Conor Cummins lends his support to the fundraiser too.

A tribute to Southern 100 stalwart Dorothy Simpson.

Reporter Tom Curphey has been to the Glen Lough campsite to find out what visitors think about the Isle of Man.

Farmer Beth Martin has put her experiences of Covid lockdowns to paper in a new book which is out now.

More speed limits might be imposed in a further attempt to improve safety on our roads.

A big picture taken by a drone of the Simon Andrews lap.

How the Isle of Man celebrated the Platinum Jubilee.

Among the events, the parishes of Arbory and Rushen got together for a Queen’s Platinum Jubilee event, a garden party held in the beautiful surroundings of Ballachurry orchard, in Ballafesson.

In Working Week, two new HSBC workers talk about their jobs.

As well as all the TT action, there are seven pages of non-bike sport.

There is also our letters page, puzzles, a television guide and community news.

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