We now know what the new Steam Packet vessel will be called.
Tributes have been pouring in following the passing of Manx war veteran Hector Duff yesterday.
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Victim Support says it's seen a 'dramatic increase' in referrals and contacts in 2020.
The Steam Packet has issued an update following the cancellation of next year's TT.
The House of Keys meets again today with the cancellation of next year's TT and property standards up for discussion.
Entries have now opened for next year's Parish Walk.
UCM is looking for volunteers to help adults improve their English and Maths.
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Coastguards were called out at the weekend after a paraglider crashed onto a beach.
Manx war veteran Hector Duff has passed away at the age of 101.
Extended financial schemes for tourism and hospitality businesses will be made available following the cancellation of next year's TT.
TT 2021 has been cancelled.
They've been developed by local charity, Diabetes Isle of Man, and they'll now be rolled to GP surgeries across the Island.
Exemption certificates for travelling to the Island will be up for discussion in the House of Keys this week.
UCM is releasing over 100 courses for adult learners from January next year.
An MHK will bring up the subject of property standards on Island this week.
The charity behind raising money to buy and install a new hyperbaric chamber on Island is approaching a big milestone.
A church in Laxey will be adorned with festive spirit from later this week.
Applications are open for a £50,000 grant to raise awareness locally of the challenges communities across the world.
The post office is urging people to send Christmas mail as early as they can this year.
Entries for next years Parish Walk will open early next week.
Residents are being asked to give their views on cardiology and vascular health needs on Manx shores.
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A 70-year-old Onchan woman who took on a triathlon this year has raised thousands of pounds for charity.
The constabulary is looking for the next generation of individuals to help keep Island communities safe.
A new accreditation scheme is being launched for hospitality and tourism businesses on the Isle of Man.
An announcement on TT 2021 will be made on Monday.
An emergency power outage is to take place in the Cornaa area at 11am.
Kind quotes are popping up across the south of the Island - thanks to a Polish Artist.
A man’s admitted attacking his girlfriend, slamming her against a door frame and smashing her car window.
Non-urgent elective orthopaedic operations on Island are being suspended from today.
Bank Holidays on Island will be discussed in the House of Keys next week.
Police are appealing for witnesses after two dogs attacked another.
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A woman from St Johns will appear in court again next month after admitting hitting a bouncer with her shoes.
Government still wants to hear what people think about plans to help residents onto the property ladder.
The Island’s borders will remain at level 4 this Christmas.
It seems somebody isn't in the festive spirit - after pulling all the lights off Christmas trees in the south of the Island.
Care home residents across the Island will receive some surprise gifts this Christmas thanks to an initiative from Tynwald Mills.
A local charity is offering to help returning students who may struggle to pay for accommodation.
Dog owners are again being warned of the 'devastating' effects out of control pets can have on livestock.
An initiative aimed at helping those who've been out of work for three months or more is now accepting applications.
Nearly half of vehicles stopped by police during their annual winter checks campaign had a defect.
A memorial service to mark the 111th anniversary of the Ellan Vannin tragedy takes place next month.
Vandalism to a car in the South of the Island has sparked an appeal for information.
A busy junction near Douglas Promenade will close during the evenings next week.
A service from an Island charity which helps anyone affected by addiction could face closure unless it secures vital funding.
Police are investigating after a former school building in Douglas was damaged.
A man accused of assaulting a woman will appear in court again next month.
Think about how much you're drinking before heading out over Christmas.
Police are appealing for witnesses after fencing and construction materials being used to refurbish Douglas prom were damaged in a collision.
The home affairs minister says it’s overwhelmingly clear Colby residents are against the erection of telephone poles in the area.
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Residents and businesses will have to submit VAT returns make electronic payments online from April next year.
A flock of Chickens have been attacked and killed by a dog in Lezayre.
A prison officer has been jailed after bringing a prohibited article into the Isle of Man Prison.
Less than 30 per cent of Manx motorists are happy with the condition of the Island's roads.
The House of Keys meets again this morning, with medicinal cannabis and bus passes among the topics up for discussion.
A woman's appeared in court in connection with a car stolen in Douglas.
Police are appealing for information after a car was damaged in the Island's capital.
A new debris catcher has been installed in Laxey.
Police are investigating following reports of trees being vandalised in the North of the Island.
Poles are more than ten times cheaper than underground ducting for rolling out fibre broadband.
Peel could be in line to get a new art and pottery studio, if a planning application is successful,.
A new case of Covid-19 has been confirmed on the Isle of Man today.
Flights to London from the Isle of Man will return from next month.
Castle Rushen could be in line for improvements to its historic courtroom, if planners give the green light.
It was a busy weekend for the Emergency Services who were called to three incidents in the space of two days.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a fight in the south of the Island left one person with facial injuries.
A man's been committed to the Court of General Gaol Delivery charged with importing drugs.
Two people have been arrested following a fight outside 1886 in Douglas.
A Ramsey man's appeared in court facing an allegation of handling a stolen lawnmower.
Brexit changes mean people will soon have to fill in customs declarations for all goods being sent further than the UK.
New laws which ban the naming of paedophiles and sex offenders until they're convicted will be discussed by MHKs next week.
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An Onchan teenager has been bailed accused of criminal damage, assaulting a woman and using provoking behaviour.
A pub in Ramsey looks set to be redeveloped after being put on the market for almost £280,000.
Students returning from off-Island universities have been told ‘they will be monitored’.
A man will appear in court next month accused of assault.
The Nunnery will host its 'Artisanal Market' this weekend.
Douglas Council has asked for permission to remove a historic mast it demolished a month ago.
This year's 'virtual' Relay For Life campaign raised more than £35,000.
The government says it's found two new cases of coronavirus on the Island.
Police are appealing for help reuniting items that may have been taken from boats with their rightful owners.
More than 8,000 people gathered in the Island's capital last night to kick-start the festive season.
Chief Minister Howard Quayle says the Council of Ministers are discussing whether TT 2021 can go ahead.
The government says it doesn't have any plans to make a coronavirus vaccine mandatory - but other countries might impose travel restrictions on those who refuse the jab.
A man who left the scene of a crash without informing the authorities has been remanded in custody.
The Department of Infrastructure says it wants to demolish a dilapidated part of the Douglas horse tram stables.
Ramsey's pressing ahead with moves to install more charging points for electric vehicles.
A man's appeared in court accused of causing actual bodily harm to a woman in October.
Two new ferries connecting New Zealand's two largest Island will have Manx flags.
Motorists are being warned speed cameras could be brought in if they don’t change their attitude.
Care homes and nursing homes will be the first places on the Island to get any coronavirus vaccine.
Chief Minister Howard Quayle says 133 people have signed up for a government scheme to help people self-isolate in tourism accommodation.
More than 9,000 people are thought to have watched what has been described as Ramsey’s ‘best ever’ Bonfire Night event.
Santa is setting up his grotto in Strand Street this evening as the Christmas lights in the capital are officially switched on.
Emergency Services were called out to a chip pan fire last night.
A drink driver who was more than four times over the limit when he crashed into a road sign on Douglas Promenade has narrowly avoided being jailed.
There's a chance to own one of the Isle of Man's most historic buildings - if you can meet it's £1.5 million price tag.
An Onchan man has been remanded in custody, charged with producing cocaine to the Island.
The government is giving up to £50,000 for someone to highlight global development issues on the Island.
The first images of a proposed statue honouring a Manx feminist hero have been shared on social media.
A local man has raised more than £1,100 for charity - after taking on a 24-hour cycle challenge at the weekend.
Tynwald's Poverty Committee will hear from the Treasury next week as it examines the Island's benefits system.next week as it examines the Island's benefits system.
There was a buzz about the Douglas council chamber at the authority’s most recent meeting.
Disposing of bombs has cost coastguards more than £1,200 over the past three years.
The Steam Packet Company says tonight’s sailings have been called off in the face of extreme weather.
Forecasters are warning more gale force winds tonight could wash water and debris onto roads.
The Island's Fire and Rescue Service is asking motorists to take extra care on the roads after an incident which left one person injured earlier.
The Mountain Road is closed following two multiple-vehicle crashes.
A 73 year old man has been remanded in custody accused of sexual offences against women and children.
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A Peel man accused of a street robbery has been committed to the Court of General Gaol Delivery.
The University College Isle of Man will host its 'open evening' tomorrow.
Police are asking the public for information about a car crash in the south of the Island earlier this week.
A weather warning for coastal overtopping is currently in place across the Island.
A councillor has mooted the idea of introducing 20mph zones in the capital following a recent road traffic collision.
Police are appealing for information after a tractor was damaged earlier this month.