A number of roads have been closed whilst the Department of Infrastructure deals with numerous fallen trees and other weather related issues.
A man charged with unlawfully killing a 60-year-old man from Ballabeg has been remanded in custody.
A 45-year-old man from Castletown will appear in court today charged with murder.
The Department of Community, Culture and Leisure has a ‘Rolls Royce’ attitude to public transport.
Police are appealing for help in finding a missing 15-year-old girl.
Discussions about the future of the User Agreement are taking place between government and the Steam Packet Company.
There is a chance that a technicality may thwart the long awaited TT comeback of Ian Hutchinson next year.
Changes could be made to make the Manx work permit system more modern.
A Castletown MHK who resigned from his departmental position says it was due to a conflict of interest.
New legislation to strengthen the Island’s ability to combat bribery will be brought in next month.
Today’s sailings have been cancelled due to the forecasted severe gales.
The Office of Fair Trading is moving forward with the development of new legislation which legislates business competition.
Motorists in Glen Vine are being asked to take more care around the area of Marown Primary School.
The government and BA CityFlyer are engaged in ‘very productive discussions’ over the future of the London City route.
Noble's Hospital has a zero tolerance approach to violence and aggression towards staff in A and E.
With the Department of Community, Culture and Leisure set to be dissolved attention is now moving to who inherits its various functions.
Police are investigating after two rolls of lead were stolen from a building site in Lower Foxdale.
The Island’s engineering and construction industries are set to be heavily invested in with the creation of new training facilities.
The tourism industry is continuing to make a valuable contribution to the Island’s economy.
A new scheme has been launched to help reunite children with their parents if they get lost.
Police have now confirmed the man found dead in Castletown over the weekend was 60-year-old Ballabeg man Neil Edward Roberts.
An Isle of Man-based bike racing team will be competing with electric bikes in the FIM eRoadRacing World Cup.
A fisherman had to be rescued last night after falling overboard.
One government department will be dissolved and two more joined together in an effort to create a smaller, stronger government.
Castletown MHK Richard Ronan has resigned from his position within the Department of Social Care.
People who have issues with planning will now be able to have their voices heard.
A new support group has been launched for people with head and neck cancers.
The Island’s User Agreement, budget deficits and PR work are among the range of topics which will be discussed in the House of Keys this morning.
Numerous questions about the future of residential care homes on the Island will be asked today.
Around 1,500 health and social care staff are set to get a pay award of over £400.
The Chief Minister has today unveiled radical proposals set to streamline government.
Police have arrested two people on suspicion of murder after a man was found dead in Castletown.
The Chief Minister says he endorses many of the comments made by an MHK regarding a major overhaul of government.
Plans for major redevelopment on Cambrian Place in Douglas were blocked for a number of reasons.
Buying locally this Christmas should be at the forefront of everyone’s mind.
There has been no further news from Flybe in light of the airline's decision to close its base at Ronaldsway.
The Island’s Chief Minister is trying to do too much for too many people.
Unite the union and bus drivers have been accused of being ‘woefully unprepared’ for an employment tribunal.
The Isle of Man has signed a new agreement with Japan in an effort to stamp out money laundering and the financing of terrorism.
More information about the failed Kirk Michael land swap plans will be unveiled today.
Two people have been arrested after the body of a man was found in Castletown.
The Infrastructure Minister says plans for development on a key Douglas site did not demonstrate value for money.
The Chief Minister says the importance of the Island’s commitment to tax information exchange cannot be understated.
Refurbishing a government building is part of creating a more targeted approach to service delivery.
An MHK is calling for a radical overhaul of the current model of ministerial government that’s been in place for the last 26 years.
Fire crews attended a pub yesterday morning after a 999 call reporting fire and smoke logging.
Buckingham Palace has announced that Her Royal Highness the Princess Royal will visit the Isle of Man in January.
Some people in the Douglas area are still experiencing discoloured water following a burst pipe last night.
Police are appealing for a pedestrian who was involved in a collision on Wednesday to come forward.
Is there enough protection in place for staff working at Noble’s Hospital?
Hundreds of children on the Isle of Man will benefit from a Christmas present campaign.
The sexual health clinic at Noble's Hospital will hold an open day on Saturday to mark World AIDS Day.
The management behind the newly opened Pizza Hut are asking for the patience of the Manx public as they find their feet.
People in some parts of Douglas were left without water for hours last night.
A temporary campsite at the NSC over TT will generate a five figure sum for government if approved.
On Island optics and photonics operation CVI has announced the closure of its factory with all staff set to be made redundant.
Police are renewing their appeal for help following a robbery at a Douglas newsagent.
A campaigner leading the fight to save six traditional phone boxes says she wants to salvage them for use in the community.
A temporary camping area could be created on the sports track at the NSC.
Motorists are being warned to lock up their vehicles or risk having them targeted by thieves.
The Island's Home Affairs Minister has praised the services provided by Victim Support.
An MHK for West Douglas has suggested a government department should be abolished.
The number of passengers travelling through Ronaldsway Airport increased last month by over five per cent.
Keeping a number of rural telephone boxes in operation on the Island isn't economically sustainable.
Runners are being urged to sign up for this year’s Isle of Man Bank Santa Dash.