Isle of Man News from Tuesday, September 12th, 2017
Ferry sailings cancelled due to bad weather
The Steam Packet Company has announced it's Ben-my-Chree sailings tonight have been cancelled.
Police urge drivers to be careful after car crash
Police have urged drivers to be careful on the roads after an incident this morning.
Gale force winds may disrupt ferry sailings tonight
The Steam Packet Company has warned it's Douglas to Heysham sailings tonight may be subject to disruption or cancellation.
Flood and gale warning from Met Office
Weather forecasters are warning the Island could face localised flooding later.
MHK leaves child abuse inquiry
An investigation into alleged child abuse at an Island home will feature just two members of a Tynwald committee.
Companies want license to drill
The government says it's hoping to find companies interested in drilling for gas off the Island's coastline.
WATCH: Island bomb disposal expert's online gear appeal
A bomb disposal expert from the Isle of Man is asking for online donation to buy vital equipment as he serves in Ukraine.
Sewer repairs to close busy Douglas road
Roadworks will mean a busy road in Douglas will close at the weekend.
Italy trip for young representatives
A major global youth forum will see three representatives from the Isle of Man travel to Italy next week.
No abortions for raped women, says pregnancy advice service head
The head of an Island pregnancy counselling charity says women who've been raped shouldn't be allowed to have abortions.
Astronomy camp this weekend!
A local organisation will be hosting the Island's first astronomy camp this weekend.
Children's Centre highlights fostering fortnight
A local organisation responsible for foster care will be highlighting the need for more carers on the Island.
Election fraudster calls for requisition meetings
Disgraced former local authority clerk Charles "Buster" Lewin is trying to arrange requisition meetings in each of the Island's House of Keys constituencies.