Police have seized over £23,000 worth of cocaine from the Island’s streets.
Tynwald members yesterday learned of a possible plan to merge the Manx Electricity Authority and the Water and Sewerage Authority.
The political make up of the Isle of Man is set to change after Tynwald Members voted in favour of changing the boundaries.
Funding has been granted for major expansion works at Ballakermeen High School.
Shale gas is unlikely to be extracted from Manx waters before 2020.
The aunt of a four-year-old boy who died after allegedly being starved over several months has told a court that she thought he had "worms".
Families of British soldiers killed fighting in Iraq have won the right to bring damages claims against the Government.
The father of a teenager who was killed by a train in a suspected suicide pact with a school friend has said his son was a "happy person".
President Obama has used a visit to Berlin to call for a reduction in the number of nuclear weapons deployed by the US and Russia, and to defend the controversial Prism surveillance programme.
A mentally disabled woman and her child were allegedly kept as slaves by three people who threatened them with snakes and a pit bull dog.
Iceland says a spokesman who claims to represent Edward Snowden has held talks with government officials about the potential of the NSA leaker applying for asylum in the Nordic country.
Kanye West has been branded "stupid" by Parkinson's charities for making light of the disease on a new song.
A search of a field north of Detroit has failed to turn up the remains of former union boss Jimmy Hoffa, the FBI has said.
YouTube footage has emerged of Rihanna apparently hitting a fan with her microphone after her arm was grabbed during a concert.
The name of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's newborn baby girl has reportedly been revealed by a nurse at Los Angeles' Cedars Sinai Hospital.
Justin Bieber struck a pedestrian with his car in Hollywood, but no crime was committed and the injuries are not life-threatening, the police have said.
Police are investigating a break-in at actress Helen Flanagan's home which left her shaken, but unharmed.
The restaurant boss behind a menu which likened the Australian Prime Minister to a quail with "small breasts" and "huge thighs" has apologised for the derogatory comments.
Just one day after basking in temperatures of 30C, residents of a Siberian town were shocked to suddenly find themselves in the middle of a snow storm.
Google has unveiled plans to provide the internet to the billions who cannot currently access the web - using balloons circling the globe.
Officials have exposed some of the excuses people give for not having a television licence.
A £175,000-a-year NHS boss dressed up as Superman and danced through a hospital for a motivational video that has divided viewers.
England's cricketers are through to the final of the ICC Champions Trophy following a comfortable seven wicket win against South Africa at the Oval.
Heart of Midlothian have announced that they have officially been placed into administration.
Premier League champions Manchester United will begin defending their title with a trip to League Cup winners Swansea.
Derek Llambias has resigned from his role as managing director of Newcastle United.
Fabio Capello is on the verge of becoming the new manager of Paris St Germain, according to reports in Italy and France.
George Osborne is putting pressure on Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) to accelerate its exit from the US retail banking market, Sky News understands.
A new criminal offence punishing bankers for "reckless misconduct" while running their institutions is the centrepiece of proposals unveiled by a group of MPs and peers aimed at reforming the industry.
A Boeing 787 Dreamliner has landed safely after being diverted when pilots were made aware of a potential oil filter problem.
Apple has revolutionised computers and mobile phones and now it is targeting television.
Discount retailer Aldi has been named the UK's best supermarket at the annual Which? awards.
A "cruel" festival devoted to dog meat is going ahead in China despite protests by animal-rights campaigners.
A cow that managed to clamber on to the roof of a garage before falling through has been rescued by firefighters.
North Korea has threatened to kill the "human scum" responsible for an article claiming its leader handed out copies of Hitler's autobiography for his birthday.
An ancient city lost for 1,200 years has been discovered in the Cambodian jungle by archaeologists using laser scanning technology.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has denied suggestions he stole a special Super Bowl ring from New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft.