Isle of Man News from Wednesday, September 13th, 2017
WATCH: Tractor forces teenage cyclist off road
Police have released a video of a tractor which almost hit a cyclist.
Fine for man who breached community service order
A Douglas man who admitted failing to turn up four times for community service work has been fined £100.
WATCH: Man accused of stealing from employer
A 20 year old Douglas man accused of stealing from his employer has been bailed until his next court appearance.
Imperfect Manx stamp 'posted' on eBay for £50k!
A stamp from the Isle of Man which wasn't produced properly is up for sale on eBay - for more than £50,000.
Ramsey man's inquest resumes today
An inquest into the death of a man from Ramsey will reopen later this afternoon.
Burglars strike at Ramsey restaurant
Police are appealing for information after thieves broke into a restaurant at the weekend.
Food show to find top dog!
An event on the the Island this weekend will hold it's first ever hotdog-eating competition.
TV show debates banning TT
A row over whether the TT should be banned has been reignited in a TV show aired this week.
'Cain we fix it?' asks DOI
Government is planning to carry out major refurbishment on a bridge in the South of the Island.
Park visitors go ape for new arrival
The Island's wildlife park has welcomed a new addition to its ape family.