Police say a woman who was found dead in a car at the weekend won’t be named until formal identification has taken place.
David Cameron has told the Isle of Man to get its ‘house in order’ ahead of next month’s G8 Summit.
A 51-year-old man has died as the result of a diving incident.
Police are continuing their enquiries after the body of a woman was found in a car in Jurby over the weekend.
A Rushen MHK has criticised plans for a new housing development saying it flies in the face of what the local community wants.
Government says it will do all it can to minimise the impact of a bus strike over the TT period.
A former employee of Heritage Homes, who is now in prison, will be giving evidence on the controversial Kirk Michael land swap deal today.
A recruitment drive will take place tomorrow to find casual bus drivers to work over the TT period.
Police are appealing for a van driver to come forward after a cyclist was knocked off his bike yesterday.
A 12 day bus strike which is threatening to cause massive disruption over the TT period is being directed from the UK.
Capital spending by government departments hasn’t gone over budget.
Government have raised an additional £5 million for their reserves after a selling off of a number of surplus assets.
Vital repairs have been made to the King Edward Pier after the Ben My Chree collided with it earlier this month.
The Isle of Man will not be held to ransom by bus drivers and their union.
The union representing bus drivers says it's hopeful a resolution can be found to prevent drivers striking over the TT.
Outdated stereotypes of the Isle of Man could cause problems at the upcoming G8 Summit.
An ambitious regeneration project for Ramsey is in doubt after funding was pulled.
A number of Manx people have contributed to a major study looking into people’s genetic make-up.
The Department of Health says protocols are in place to identify women who are at hisk risk of developing breast cancer.
Hugely successful comic Al Murray is back on the Isle of Man today ahead of tonight’s show at the Villa Marina.
A major expansion project for Pinewood studios has been rejected by the local authority.
Douglas Council says it is simply not the case that its tenants don’t pay rates.
There’s a chance to find out if you’re sitting on hidden treasure today.
The couple at the centre of a gay rights storm say they are humbled by the public’s support.
The inquest into the death of man who was found drowned in a river will resume today.
People who commit anti-social offences over the TT period will be dealt with robustly.
A local author is celebrating after his novel was nominated in a highly prestigious crime writer’s award category.
The Chief Minister says an equality bill for the Island is being processed as quickly as possible.
A man who’s been jailed for election fraud will be called on to give evidence at a Tynwald Select Committee next week.
Speed cameras won't be introduced on the Isle of Man – despite a push to make the Island’s roads safer.
The people responsible for a malicious attack on the government website may never be discovered.
Progress has been made in implementing changes within the Attorney General’s Chambers.
A government initiative has been launched which is geared toward halving long term unemployment.
The Director of Public Health has addressed concerns that the coronavirus could find its way to the Isle of Man.
A popular motorcyclist who was killed on the Mountain Road died as a result of massive blunt force trauma.
The Economic Development Minister has praised plans for a major expansion to Pinewood Studios.
A number of airlines will go before a Tynwald Committee tomorrow to discuss the Open Skies policy.
Parents have been warned to be on hand over the exam period in case of a further bus strike.
Some people who are on benefits are abusing the system with many treating government like a cashpoint.
Motorists are being urged to “Respect Our Roads” as the countdown to TT starts.
The Attorney General’s Chambers, water rates and an attack on the government website are among issues being raised in the House of Keys today.
The inquest into the death of a motorcyclist from Ballaugh will take place today.
A couple who were refused a rental property because they are gay are now calling for an equality act to be introduced on the Isle of Man.
Just over 1,400 people have signed up to take part in this year’s Manx Telecom Parish Walk.
The public are often misled to how much work politicians are actually doing.
Two teenage boys involved in a collision with a rally car on Friday evening are said to still be receiving treatment.
The engineering and construction industries on the Island could get a boost thanks to plans for new and improved facilities.
Police in Ramsey are appealing for information following a hit and run road traffic collision that happened last week.
The Chief Minister has admitted he can understand why there has been a negative response to an MHK moving into sheltered accommodation.
The latest housing development for the south of the Island was officially unveiled on Friday.
Police have launched an investigation after significant damage to an area of heath land on top of Beary Mountain in Greeba.
The Chamber of Commerce is encouraging people to share their views on a new Public Services Commission.
With just under a week to go until the HSBC Manx Youth Games a leading fitness expert has stressed the importance of children pursuing healthy lifestyles.
It’s your last chance to sign up for this year’s Manx Telecom Parish Walk.
The inquest into the death of a man found in a burning car in Bride was opened and adjourned yesterday.
Onchan MHK Zac Hall remains the only politician not to accept a departmental position in Allan Bell’s administration.
A new simplified system has been introduced geared toward combating money laundering and terrorist financing.
Poor weather and rough seas have been blamed for no basking shark sightings so far this year.
People on the Isle of Man are being offered the chance to have their IQ tested.
A construction worker who was killed while at work died from crush injuries to his head and body.
Police are appealing for information after a window was smashed at an interior design shop in Ramsey.
A ten-year-old boy has been airlifted to Alder Hey after a serious road traffic collision last night.
There are no plans to introduce a national speed limit on the Isle of Man.
Two original paintings have been stolen from an art exhibition in Peel.
MLC Geoff Corkish says it will be with a heavy heart that he leaves his post as a member for tourism.
A campaign to clean up the Isle of Man in time for the TT Races will begin this weekend.
A call has gone out for the public to bring their unusual antiques and family heirlooms to the iMusuem.
British adventurer Bear Grylls will be making a flying visit to the Island this weekend.
A conference is being held today to recognise the hard work and sacrifices made by young carers on the Island.
Police officers will be honoured today at the annual Chief Constable’s Awards Ceremony.
Inflation has held at the same rate for the second consecutive month.
Police have named the rider who was killed in a road traffic collision on Sunday.
Police in Peel are appealing for witnesses after a disturbance in the town which resulted in a man receiving injuries to his hands.
Work is at an early stage on producing a ‘master plan’ for Douglas town centre.
Police are asking the public to be vigilant to anyone selling a laptop following a burglary.
An MHK is calling for more clarification on government’s decision to purchase a car park in Douglas as part of the Sefton Group rescue package.
Fire crews were called into action on Friday after a child impaled himself on a metal bar.
The Isle of Man could get a new look police force.
A 31-year-old man has been charged with four serious drug offences following a drugs bust yesterday.
The Steam Packet Company says it believes an “error of judgement” was to blame for the Ben-my-Chree crashing.
A review will be carried out by the Economic Committee into government's support for the Sefton Group.
Police have taken around £20,000 worth of drugs off the Island's streets.
A major scientific study to determine the differences in people’s genetic makeup is heading to the Isle of Man.
Police in Ramsey are seeking witnesses to an incident in the town on Tuesday evening.
Police are urgently appealing for information after a thief stole wedding flowers from a church.
The Treasury Minister has refused to reveal how much the Sefton Group owes in unpaid tax and national insurance.
Emergency repair work is being carried out on the Ben-my-Chree after it collided with the linkspan in Douglas last night.
The Island’s inclusion and endorsement of the FATCA tax exchange pilot will be a major talking point at the upcoming G8 Summit.
An MHK says he’s still against the introduction of a Tesco in Castletown because it will be at the expense of local traders.
Government’s policy concerning the Economic Development Fund has been compromised following the Sefton Group bailout.
12 people are set to lose their jobs at the Island's meat plant.
The Treasury Minister says the Sefton Group will be held accountable for a multi-million pound bailout deal.
The Chief Minister says politicians need to be more aware of the ‘bigger picture’.
The tourism industry is a key part of the economy and is a major area of growth.
A number of Sefton Group employees, who government said were one of the main reasons for the company’s bailout, are not Manx workers.
The director of highways has admitted he’s concerned about the long-term condition of Manx roads.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a car damaged a wall and lampost after a road traffic collision.
The Social Care Minister will be quizzed today about why he excused himself from a Council of Ministers vote on the Sefton bailout.
Work is underway to ensure the Island's roads are ready to cope with the thousands of people expected to visit for the TT fortnight in a month's time.
There’s a packed question paper in today’s House of Keys sitting with 35 questions tabled for answer.
The Environment, Food and Agriculture Minister will be quizzed in front of a Tynwald standing committee tomorrow.
The Chief Minister says it is “disgusting” that some politicians have accused the Sefton bailout deal of being back handed
The Chief Minister says the failure of the Sefton Group would be like an ‘earthquake’ in the local economy.
The Social Care Minister says he will try to calm the nerves of those who have reacted angrily to the proposed Landlord and Tenants Bill.
A malicious attack on the government website on Friday was not 'uncommon'.
Police are appealing for a driver to come forward after a collision at the Quarterbridge Roundabout.
A local beach cleaning group has recruited more than 900 volunteers in its mission to help clean up the Island’s beaches.
A Castletown MHK says he is uncomfortable about government’s decision to bail out the Sefton Group.
The Department of Social Care has issued a Prior Information Notice ahead of introducing radical changes to the way home care is provided.
A new campaign to keep motorists safe on the Mountain Road has been launched.
The leader of Douglas Council has defended the decision to give councillors a pay rise insisting they are different from other local authorities.
A major proposal has been unveiled for Peel’s St German’s Cathedral which will endeavour to see the area undergo significant development.
Addiction service Motiv8 has reassured the public that it's well set up to cope with people seeking drug counselling and advice.
Police have issued a reminder to dog owners about keeping their pets under control.
The Isle of Man is a global leader in the space industry.
An Island organisation wants to create a facility to ensure the survival of many breeds of animals nearing extinction.
A warning has gone out from the Office of Fair Trading about a series of faulty dishwashers.
Sleepwell Hotels say there is “little rationale” for investing any more money into its hotels on the Isle of Man.
The Chief Minister has been accused of “scaremongering” in light of a deal to help the struggling Sefton Group.
There's concern that the influx of visitors for the TT festival could bring about a measles outbreak on the Island.
Government has stepped in before to help local businesses survive difficult times.
A shared equity scheme that would benefit first time buyers and boost the housing economy could be introduced on the Isle of Man.
Four people are to stand for election in Douglas West.
Regeneration work to transform Douglas town centre is said to be progressing well.
The Chief Minister has defended government’s decision to bail out the Sefton Group in the House of Keys today.
A planning application has been submitted to transform the old Marine Biological Station in Port Erin.
Liberal Vannin leader Peter Karran has tabled a question of urgent public importance for today’s House of Keys sitting.
Fire crews were called to a garage fire in Onchan yesterday which was caused by an overloaded plug socket.
An MHK has slammed government’s decision to bail out the Sefton Group calling it ill-judged and fundamentally unfair.
The Island will pay tribute to Bee Gee star Robin Gibb tomorrow with the launch of a new set of stamps.
Farmers who have suffered damage to their fencing due to the heavy snowfall last month are being offered financial help.
The number of people travelling to and from the Island by air has increased by six per cent in the last month.
A new leaflet campaign is endeavouring to encourage sensible drinking and stop an alcohol misuse problem on the Island.
The Treasury Minister says government’s rescue package for the Sefton Group should allow the company to move out of troubling times and continue to flourish.
Police are appealing for witnesses after an altercation on a fishing boat in Ramsey.
The contribution that the tourism industry makes to the Isle of Man’s economy should not be overlooked.
One of the main routes into Douglas will reopen today.
A decision to invest millions of pounds in a British film studio is paying off.
Ramsey Commissioners say a decision not to increase attendance allowances for members is a “no brainer”.
The Department of Home Affairs says it’s hopeful that G4S staff can find alternative employment after the company lost the prison contract.
Farmers are questioning the sustainability of the agricultural industry on the Isle of Man.
The Chairman of Ramsey Town Commissioners is predicting a positive year ahead for the town – despite economic pressures.