Isle of Man News from Monday, September 11th, 2017
Cherry Orchard hotel lays off 25 staff
A well-known hotel in the south of the Island has announced it’s to close its catering operations..
Department spent extra £40K on TT medical staff
The Department of Health and Social Care says it spent almost £40,000 employing extra medical staff during TT 2017.
Droppings dropping at sewage plant
The amount of sewage being treated at the Island's largest waste plant has reduced by almost 10 per cent over the past five years.
Damaged car sparks appeal
Police are appealing for information after a car was damaged in Douglas at the weekend.
Open days for heritage sites
The Isle of Man will host heritage open days later this month.
Punters to pups plan for Port Erin premises
An empty shop in Port Erin could be turned into a pet grooming parlour - if planners approve new proposals.
Coastguards rescue beached car
Coastguards were called to Baldrine last night, after a car got stuck on the beach.
Round pounds still sound
UK 'round pounds' will remain legal on the Isle of Man.
MNH wants gardening facility
Manx National Heritage says it wants a new facility in the south of the Island to grow plants.
Nurses hit out over pay rise
The Royal College of Nursing on the Isle of Man says it's supporting UK colleagues and their 'Scrap the Cap' campaign.