Isle of Man News from Saturday, September 9th, 2017
PR firm sacked for racial hatred
The London-based PR company that represented depositors with a collapsed Manx bank could go into administration within days.
Bloodhound landspeed car coming to Island
A project aimed at setting a brand new landspeed record of over 1000mph will be coming to the Island later this month.
Film festival continues today
The Isle of Man Film Festival continues today.
No licenses issued for cannabis use
The Department of Health and Social Care says it hasn't issued any licenses for medicinal cannabis.
Programme to help students become 'career ready'
A local organisation is encouraging students to take part in a programme which enables them to become career ready.
Government won't release maintenance records for railways
The Department of Infrastructure says it won't release maintenance records for its electric railways - because they could influence a criminal investigation.
Equality Champion appointed by government
Government has appointed a new lead member of staff who will stand up for equality on the Island.
School vandalised over summer break
A head teacher at a local school says damage done to the property has impacted the children's learning.
New distillery for Ramsey?
Ramsey could get a new distillery - if planners give the go-ahead to transform a quayside building.