This week’s Examiner leads on problems students from the Isle of Man face scraping together enough money to live on when they go to university in the UK.
We’ve spoken to one student about her experiences and a politician who’s looking at the system.
We also discover why the situation is worse for students from the island than for those from England.
This week’s is the paper in which we list who’s passed A-levels from every secondary school and the island’s college.
Meanwhile, we find out what people in the street think about whether going to university is worth it.
It was a sad day for us at Isle of Man Newspapers yesterday when we learned of the death of former editor Lionel Cowin. We look back at his editorship, which lasted more than 30 years.
Also this week:
A lawyer’s niece, who was sent to jail for theft from her uncle, is now facing a massive bill after another court case.
We talk to the health expert who says we must do something about the obesity epidemic facing children.
We meet a woman who has 900 loaghtan sheep.
The latest on the Douglas Head cafe that’s been operating without planning permission.
A rare species of lemur has been given a Manx home at the Wildlife Park.
A patient is disputing hospital bosses’ claims of a lack of a beds crisis at Noble’s. She’s contacted us to raise her concerns.
In the centre spread, we have a picture special from the Island at War events over the weekend.
In sport, John McGuinness is back.
There’s also a look back at all the action from the weekend.
Plus there are your letters, Terry Cringle’s nostalgia pages, 10 pages of business news and lots of community news.
The Isle of Man Examiner is in the shops now.