The Isle of Man government has announced precautionary actions are underway to reduce the risk of transmission of the new Covid-19 variant.
There have been 99 new cases of coronavirus discovered on the Island in the last 24 hours.
Following the amber weather warning for this weekend, the government has issued a public notice.
A woman is asking the Manx public to send birthday cards to her husband - who is battling Huntington's Disease.
Due to severe weather that's expected to hit the Island, the Mountain Road will be closed overnight.
A new police operation has seen 17 people arrested and significant quantities of Class A, B and C drugs seized.
Hundreds of vehicles were stopped by police in a recent winter road safety campaign.
A weather warning for the Isle of Man has been upgraded from yellow to amber.
It's hoped the 'Innovation Challenge' will maintain economic growth in the tech sector.
Canada Life has announced its partnership with The Big Splash dolphin trail as a large sculpture sponsor.
Manx Telecom has retained five major contracts with the Manx Government.
'You are not alone' says the Isle of Man Chamber of Commerce.
Zurich International intensifies efforts towards a 'sustainable future'.
The Association for International Life Offices (AILO) is supporting International Men's Day.
Local company 'E-Sign' has added a sales executive to its Isle of Man team to support continued growth.
The Isle of Man Society of Chartered Accountants has donated £1,555.90 to Victim Support.
Police investigating the murder of a 12-year-old girl in Liverpool city centre are going to review hundreds of hours of CCTV in an attempt to find out what happened.
A worrying new COVID strain has been classified by the World Health Organisation as a "variant of concern" - its most serious level - and officially given the Greek name Omicron.
So the new variant has a name, but we've no idea about its reputation.
The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service (NIAS) is warning that waiting times have trebled as the country battles the highest COVID infection rate in the UK.
The first victim of Wednesday's tragedy in the Channel has been named as Mariam Nouri Hamadameen, a 24-year-old Kurdish woman from northern Iraq.
Stephen Sondheim - the composer and lyricist behind some of the world's best-known musicals - has died aged 91.
Four days after the Ethiopian prime minister said on social media that he would personally direct the country's military at the front, a regional broadcaster has released pictures of Abiy Ahmed walking through the bush in army fatigues and speaking on a military radio.
As an actor, presenter and documentary maker, Reggie Yates has been a regular fixture on our TV screens since he was a young child.
Richard Madeley is "gutted" that he cannot return to I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! - but says he feels "fit as a fiddle".
Adele's album has had the most successful UK chart debut for four years, recording first-week sales of 261,000 and 55.7 million plays across its 12 tracks.
Scotland and Wales could face off for a place at next year's World Cup should they defeat Ukraine and Austria in their respective play-off semi-finals.
Manchester United have reached an agreement in principle with Lokomotiv Moscow for Ralf Rangnick to become their interim manager.
Ralf Rangnick is close to finalising a deal to become Manchester United interim manager until the end of the season.
The FTSE 100 has fallen by 3.64% in its biggest one-day sell-off, in percentage terms, since June 2020.
News of a potentially fast-spreading new coronavirus variant has already triggered a violent reaction on markets and in a number of different asset classes.
Britain is bringing in travel restrictions for six African countries due to a new COVID variant that UK experts have called the "worst one we've seen so far".
A council in Australia appears set to effectively ban cats from being outdoors unless they are on a lead.
Two people have been injured after two large pigs charged on to a golf course in West Yorkshire.
A family's "pet dog" that angered neighbours by killing and eating ducks and chickens has turned out to be a fox.