A further update has been issued on the condition of sidecar crew, Danny Quirk and Dylan Weston following a crash at the weekend.
A man is trying to get into the Guinness Book of World Records by attempting to swim from the UK all the way to the Isle of Man.
The new Isle of Man TT Gallery has officially opened at the Manx Museum.
New Ramsey Commissioner Chair Alby Oldham and Vice Chair Rob Cowell are ‘committed’ to giving residents the best value for money.
The public is being reminded cycling is prohibited on the Mountain Road during the TT festival period.
This year's funding from the Manx Lottery Trust will focus on the theme of 'Empowering Young People.'
The median gross weekly pay for full time employees on the Isle of Man was £673 in 2022.
TT is now officially underway with the first practice of the year taking place yesterday.
Childcare providers are being invited to express their interest in running a pre-school nursery service in Jurby.
Ramsey’s tram station is up and running again after several years.
Further investment into the Airport and Sea Terminal would likely be needed if the Island reached the target of 500,000 visitors by 2032.
Isle of Man Samaritans volunteers will be based at Bushy's TT Village this year to support the road racing community.
Police in Douglas are investigating after criminal damage was caused to a car.
A road in Ramsey leading to the main entrance of the Cottage Hospital is to be resurfaced.
TT officially gets underway today, with the first practice of the year set to take place.
A lung cancer charity is bringing an interactive inflatable set of lungs to the Island this summer.
A new community group has been formed to discuss ideas and promote improvements and needs for Peel.
Today's Beach Buddies session will be the last one before a break for the TT.
A local private learning centre has announced its closure due to it being 'no longer financially viable to remain in business.'
Extra people are needed to count bats as they come out of their roosts, to contribute to a UK wide bat monitoring project.
Two Minke Whales and a basking Shark have been spotted in Manx Waters.
A new series of stamps has been launched to celebrate 150 years of the Isle of Man Steam Railway.
A local restaurant has confirmed its closing its doors for the final time tomorrow.
The Island's Hospice has teamed up with TT legend John McGuinness to make two patients dying wishes come true.
In a matter of weeks, the Island will host a brand new music festival.
The Department of Infrastructure is warning of false notices that have been posted at the end of some green lanes.
A man who assaulted a police officer will spend the next year on probation.
An electric double decker bus will be in use on Island over TT.
There will be a police presence in Laxey over the weekend due to an increase in anti-social behaviour.
The Department of Infrastructure says Laxey Headland is now re-open to the public following works.
The Mountain Road will close from 9:30am today to set up the one way system.
Police in Ramsey are looking for witnesses after deck chairs were taken from outside the Old Courthouse.
Castletown Commissioners have applied for planning approval to demolish the Bowling Green Cafe.
A planning application has been submitted to build a new 44 bedroom hotel in Douglas.
Manx Utilities has confirmed an electric price hike due for later this year won't be as high as first anticipated.
Two men charged with bringing cannabis and cocaine onto the Island have been remanded in custody.
Manx Concert Brass has been promoted to the Championship Section of UK brass banding, becoming the first Island band to do so.
Ramsey Commissioners have applied for a new public toilet block to be provided on Bowring Road.
A driver who’d taken three different drugs before getting behind the wheel has been bailed.
Members of a local trade union will be balloted on the possibility of taking industrial action.
Port Erin Commissioners say it’s ‘lucky’ its TT day festival is on a rest day this year.
Police are appealing for witnesses after an incident involving a yellow car near Greeba Castle.
Two people have put themselves forward for the vacant spot on Patrick Commissioners.
Manx Electric Railway Trams are now using the Ramsey Station again following works.
Over half of those who responded to a consultation into secondary school uniform think it would benefit from some changes.
The Manx Emergency Doctor Service was found to not always be safe or effective, according to the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
The Isle of Man officially has a new Firefighter.
Police in the north are looking for 12 young people in relation to an incident of anti-social behaviour.
Two more pontoons will be arriving at Port Erin beach and should be installed ‘just before’ TT week.
The Department of Infrastructure will be testing the LED flag system around the TT course this week.
Beach Buddies is looking for volunteers for its annual clean up of the Southern 100 circuit.
An incident of criminal damage occurred at a Douglas café over the weekend.
Nurses on Island will be balloted on whether they’d be willing to strike.
Claire Christian MHK and Paul Craine MLC have been handed political responsibilities within the Department of Education Sport and Culture.
A local bartender has been announced as the UK winner of a global cocktail competition.
Police are looking for information after a children's climbing frame was damaged.
A time capsule discovered at Henry Bloom Noble School has been donated to Manx National Heritage.
The search is on to find two Douglas residents who go above and beyond in support of their community.
An assessment of Manx Care by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) found the service was 'not always well led.'
There are currently 135 vacant public housing properties across the Island with 31 of those in Douglas.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has published its latest reports, looking into a number of Manx Care's services.
9-time race winner, Charlie Williams, will mark the 50th anniversary of his first TT victories with a special demonstration lap at this year's TT.
Mark Cavendish has announced he plans to retire at the end of the 2023 season.
A new TT Documentary officially hits our screens tonight.
Tonight's episode of a BBC2 programme will feature the Isle of Man's railways.
A local resident has launched a petition after having a 'horrible experience' when travelling back to the Island.
A podcast about Manx food and folklore has won a prestigious award.
A planning application for West Quay in Ramsey has been supported with a condition by the commissioners.
Local charity Sight Matters has received a £5,000 donation for its Younger Members Group.
A local charity has received a grant of nearly £33,000 to allow it to extend its sessions and support more families.
The new chair of Onchan Commissioners says she wants to support the young people of the village and improve social housing.
University College Isle of Man has held its annual awards night, celebrating Further Education level students.
A new micro-brewery and taproom could be coming to Port Erin if planning is approved.
The government is urging the public to be aware of rogue traders, following reports of cold-callers last weekend.
It's an annual event incorporating nature, the power of prayer and ancient chapels and it gets underway this weekend on the Isle of Man.
A local bereavement charity is looking for admin volunteers.
Would you like to take part in a focus group to discuss how to reduce harm from illicit drugs?
Over 200 tickets to an upcoming Gaiety Theatre show have been made available to families through local charities.
A new Food Market is coming to the Island's capital.
Beach Buddies are heading down south this weekend with a volunteer session at Castletown Bay.
A Douglas Councillor says residents raised ‘legitimate concerns’ over the Westmoreland Road development at a public meeting.
A man will appear in court again in June over allegations he had more than 50 indecent images of children.
The Island's Constabulary is asking those planning on riding off road motorbikes during TT to familiarise themselves with the code of conduct.
A London woman has been remanded in custody over allegations of drug smuggling and criminal damage.
The Steam Packet Company is encouraging the public to attend a consultation about the proposed wind farms in the Irish Sea.
A ‘community craft brewery’ will not be established in Castletown’s old fire station because of the closure of Monkey Brew Co.
The Manx Wildlife Trust is recruiting a team of 'Rainforest Rangers' to help create the largest ever new native woodland on Island.
Douglas Coastguard was called last night to rescue a dog that had gone over a cliff behind Manx Petroleum and become trapped in the netting.
The TT legacy lap will return for 2023.
A local care worker who collapsed while looking after a 93-year-old client has praised the Great North Air Ambulance Service.
Royal Mail is looking at changing the way mail is delivered to the Isle of Man.
All donors on Island who wish to give blood will go through the same screening process, regardless of their sexuality or gender, from June 1st.
A man recently released from prison after serving 10 years for killing a visitor in a car crash has avoided being sent back for assaulting two police officers.
The Enterprise Minister is encouraging people to spend money all over the Island during TT, not just Douglas.
A charity race has the biggest number of teams taking part since the event began, when it takes place this weekend.
A Ballasalla man caught with more than a hundred grams of cannabis and drug-dealing equipment will spend the next 18 months on probation.
An event on how different countries celebrate spring is taking place this weekend.
The public is being reminded drones are banned from filming the Island's motorcycling events.
Simon Murphy has been appointed as the new Headteacher for Scoill Phurt Le Moirrey, from September.
Manxman is making a stop at Hong Kong on its way to the Island.
The Fire Service rescued someone trapped in their car following a crash in Onchan this morning.
The Isle of Man Parrot Sanctuary, Douglas RNLI and Live at Home have been given the support of the new Mayor of Douglas as part of the Mayoral Fundraising Appeal.
Public Health Isle of Man is warning people to be on the look out for Ticks.
A planning application has been submitted for a medicinal cannabis production facility in Ballasalla.
Cycling Club Isle of Man has arrived in Ireland for its first race of the season.
Manx graduates are being asked to take part in a survey to contribute to a piece of research.
An evening to celebrate Peel and the Sea is taking place later this month.
The Minor Injuries and Illnesses Unit will be opening later today due to staffing issues.
A new Isle of Man TT Gallery has now opened its doors for visitors to enjoy an early viewing.
An MHK has resigned from their position in the Department of Infrastructure following the Dr Ranson tribunal.
A public meeting about assisted dying is taking place this evening.
The drop off lanes outside the Island’s Airport will be closed to cars today and tomorrow.
A planning application has been submitted for a new mobile classroom on the field at Castle Rushen High School.
Braddan Commissioners has received a grant from the Manx Lottery Trust for an ‘inclusive’ play area at its new leisure centre.
A woman will be sentenced in the Court of General Gaol Delivery after admitting dealing drugs while serving a suspended sentence for importing cannabis.
A local charity organised a record number of events last week.
A Peel Commissioner says the plans for the new sewage plant are a ‘positive’ thing for the town.
A local charity is holding a workshop on childhood anxiety as part of Mental Health Awareness Week.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a pedestrian was almost hit by a van in Kirk Michael.
A Douglas Councillor says there won’t be enough parking if the Westmoreland Road development goes ahead.
Those due to see a popular UK comedian on Island later this month will have to wait until later this year.
Claire Wells has been re-elected as leader of Douglas Council for the next year.
A man who fraudulently claimed more than £31,000 in benefits has been handed a suspended jail term.
There's thought to be over 560 wallabies living on the Island.
A man’s been bailed after admitting failing to tell police he was the driver of a car which was under investigation.
Police are appealing for information after a boat was damaged in the west of the Island.
The new Mayor of Douglas says she is ‘extremely proud’ to have been chosen but there are a number of ‘new challenges’ facing the council this year and it needs to look ‘long and hard’ at what it does.
The government is encouraging people to let their grass grow this month for 'No Mow May.'
The Enterprise Minister will be quizzed on live music at the TT Fan Park in Tynwald next week.
Entries are now open for this year's UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man Awards.
Questions on support during the summer holidays for those who receive free school meals will be asked in Tynwald.
'Millions' of small polystyrene balls have been dumped in the south of the Island, according to a local charity.
Farmers are being encouraged to take advantage of new funding that’s been made available for agricultural courses at the Island's college.
Some Manx residents are 'at a financial loss' after being misled by a scam.
A collection of stamps has been launched to celebrate the centenary of the Manx Grand Prix.
A Peel man who’s alleged to have broken a man’s jaw in two places during a fight outside a pub has been bailed.
The first basking shark of the year has been spotted in Manx waters.
A man who slapped a woman after following her in Peel in the early hours of the morning has been remanded to the Isle of Man prison.
The Manxman is now officially part of the Isle of Man Steam Packet's fleet.
Local charity Victim Support Isle of Man has appointed Lorna Trevethan as its new General Manager.
Police in the west of the Island have been cracking down on speeding.
A new 'marine monitoring buoy' has been installed off the south of the Island.
Resurfacing work in Sulby has been paused as the Department of Infrastructure focuses on the Mountain Road.
Police are asking for the public's help in finding a local woman.
A woman accused of a nine-year benefit fraud, said to have netted her £141,000, has been committed to stand trial in the Court of General Gaol Delivery.
People visiting the Island this year to enjoy the TT, Southern 100 and Manx Grand Prix are being reminded to make sure they have adequate travel insurance.
Local search Dog - Matt - is officially hanging up his collar.
Police are appealing for information after an elderly woman was assaulted in Ramsey.
A man who threatened to smash a bottle in a doorman’s face was serving a suspended sentence and banned from licensed premises at the time.
The Fire Service rescued two trapped people from a car after a collision yesterday.
Three way temporary traffic lights will be in force at Braddan Bridge this evening.
A local political group has issued a statement following Dr Rosalind Ranson's tribunal result.
Manx Care has extended its contract with the Great North Air Ambulance Service by a further year.
Police in the west of the Island are looking for witnesses after a collision in Foxdale.
Natalie Byron-Teare has been elected to serve as the Mayor of Douglas for the 2023-24 year.
It come as last year's festival fortnight proved to be the busiest on record for the Island's Ambulance Service, with the team responding to 710 incidents in total.
Crew from Port Erin Coastguard were called to help a man with an injured leg yesterday evening.
The Fire Service was called to a reported car fire at Ballakermeen High School this morning.
The Mountain Road will be made one-way for this year's TT from 4.30pm on Friday, May 26 up until June 13.
A man behind an attack that left a Douglas man with serious head injuries has been remanded in custody.
Peel Lifeboat crew have received new equipment for teaching resuscitation and first aid.
Staff shortages in the government's payroll team led to maladministration, a report's found.
A man’s been handed a three-year driving ban after notching up four drug-driving convictions in five months.
The Constabulary's 'Operation Fortress' has been 'a success' and is 'here to stay.'
A presentation on traditional Manx music is taking place in London this weekend.
A Tynwald committee will hear about issues in education when it sits later this week.
The Island's Police dealt with a number of incidents of anti-social behaviour involving children over the weekend.
Two hundred and thirty million pounds has been allocated for capital spending in 2023.
The Island's Treasury Minister has unveiled this year's budget in Tynwald today.
Her Majesty The Queen has died.