In this week’s Manx Independent:
A free 56-page What’s On guide highlighting what’s available to enjoy in the Isle of Man.
The Bishop has ordered a review of the Church of England’s historical links to the slave trade.
The travel history of people with positive Covid-19 cases has been revealed.
The celebrations for Tynwald Day on Monday are to remain low key.
Some students are having to pay for access to online learning because it hasn’t been available to them, an MHK has claimed.
A teenager who fled police by scaling his garden fence has been punished for cannabis possession.
A student who was found with more than £1,600-worth of cocaine and £176 of cannabis has been in court too.
Port Erin Commissioners are replacing fireworks displays with other attractions.
Stone masons and conservation experts have begun an operation to repair and restore a stretch of the curtain wall of Peel Castle. We have a page feature about it.
A scarecrow hunt in Kirk Michael.
Plans for a new distillery in the north of the island.
Murder, corruption and the murky criminal underworld of Las Vegas form the backdrop of the latest book written by an island-based best-selling novelist. Our Island Life section has more.
In the centre pages we look back at a gig in support of Gay Pride featuring local punk bands including Crotch Lice.
sland Life, our entertainment and leisure section, catches up with independent film makers Patrick Crellin and Bethany White.
Sport is beginning to get back to normal and our coverage has ramped up.
There’s plenty of community news in the Manx Independent, as well as your letters, our puzzles page, a seven-day television guide and Pullyman’s popular column.
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