Six per cent of Island children on the child protection register are being monitored on a sexual abuse plan - slightly higher per head of population than the UK's figure of five per cent.
Number of children on sex abuse plans higher than UK
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Delays hit today's Steam Packet sailings
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Roads close for first FOM practice tonight
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Truck driver fined over power line crash
A truck driver from Douglas has been fined after crashing into an overhead power line.
Witnesses sought after theft from boat
Police in the west of the Island are hunting thieves who stole equipment from a boat moored in Peel harbour.
L-plate driver wrote off Audi
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Ferry cancellations bring problems for business
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Fans arrive for race festival
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Chance to help seal study
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