Investigations are continuing today following the death of a rider in last night’s IMGold Manx Grand Prix qualifying session.
Laxey Pavilion is set to get a new lease of life with the occupation of the building up for grabs.
Students heading to university are being encouraged to get the MenC vaccination.
Careers and training opportunities across the Isle of Man will be showcased in November as part of a drive to get more people into work.
Island residents agree with government's decision to send money to Gaza.
A university student has come up with an innovative scheme to help parents visiting the Island on holiday.
Changes set to be made to child day care standards, under the Regulation of Care Act, will be published in the coming weeks.
Three-time BRIT nominee John Newman says he is looking forward to playing on the Isle of Man tonight - as he's a big fan of the TT.
People in a relationship who consistently emotionally and psychologically bully their partner could face jail under Government plans.
Eight out of 10 18-year-olds think it is too easy for young people to see pornography online, according to a new survey.
A worker has died after plummeting from the fire-damaged Eastbourne Pier.
Kurdish people living in Britain have told Sky News they are willing to travel to Iraq and join the fight against Islamic State forces.
Newly revealed minutes from the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee show its members were split on a potential rate rise.
High street bakery Greggs has been embarrassed after a spoof of its logo appeared online - and quickly went viral on social media.
Barack Obama may have ruled out sending "boots on the ground" back to Iraq but in the face of a growing threat from the Islamic State (IS), the Pentagon appears to have hit upon a way to get them back in by the back door.
Islamic State militants have released a video that purportedly shows the beheading of a US journalist who went missing two years ago.
An Israeli airstrike has killed a child, Palestinian medics claim, in the first fatality since the breakdown of the current truce.
Police charged crowds of protesters and arrested 47 people in Missouri as tensions flared following the shooting dead of a "knife-wielding" suspect by police in St Louis.
Fans of Kate Bush wanting to document her first comeback gigs in 35 years may be left disappointed after being asked not to film the shows.
Jackie Chan's son has become the latest celebrity to be detained on drug-related charges in one of China's biggest anti-drug crackdowns in two decades.
An iPad app created by Hollywood star Tom Hanks has shot to the top of Apple's iTunes Store.
Tim Vine has said he is surprised after becoming the first comic to win the funniest gag award twice at the Edinburgh Fringe.
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A runaway teenager has been reunited with his family after hiding out for several days in a local supermarket.
Russia scored a direct hit on Saturday after finishing first and second in a tank biathlon world championship at a training centre near Moscow.
Gloating prisoners who dug a tunnel from their prison cell filmed their escape on a mobile phone and posted the pictures online.
Aaron Ramsey was sent-off late on as Arsenal were held to a 0-0 draw in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League play-off tie with Besiktas.
Sporting Lisbon have confirmed that Marcos Rojo is to join Manchester United, with Nani returning to the Portuguese club on a season-long loan.
Great Britain claimed three gold medals at the European Swimming Championships in Berlin on Tuesday night as they smashed the world record in the mixed 4x100 metres medley.
Great Britain's Andy Murray has been seeded eighth for this year's US Open at Flushing Meadows.
UK-based Standard Chartered bank is to pay $300m (£180m) to US regulators over its failure to improve anti-money laundering provisions and stop financial crime.
Argentina has unveiled new legislation aimed at skirting a US ruling, after it defaulted on payments to large hedge funds.
Ministers considered selling the Government's entire stake in Royal Mail when the shares were trading close to their post-privatisation peak earlier this year - but decided against doing so because it risked antagonising City investors.
The two measures of UK inflation have dropped more than expected in July, prompted by discounting on the high street.
A booking photo of a 19-year-old man wearing a T-shirt featuring an image of his mugshot from a previous arrest has gone viral.
A family in Alabama is celebrating the catch of a lifetime - a 15ft (4.5m) alligator weighing more than 1,000 pounds (450kg).
The world-record holder for the most piercings has been refused entry to Dubai - claiming officials were worried he may practice black magic.
A man has been rescued five miles off the Dorset coast while attempting to sail to America in a £300 dinghy.