The Department of Infrastructure says new zebra crossings in black and red will mean safer pedestrians and TT riders.
The government has changed its advice, recommending face masks be worn in crowded and enclosed spaces.
The number of coronavirus cases being treated in Noble's Hospital has risen.
The government's asking people not to abuse staff manning the 111 coronavirus lines.
Damian Ciappelli is to stand in Douglas Central in this year’s General Election.
The Isle of Man bank is re-introducing measures to protect staff and customers.
Tesla boss Elon Musk says he's bringing his new satellite internet company to the Isle of Man.
An event will be held this evening to mark the anniversary of the Island's worst disaster.
A company's applied to build six houses on land behind a pub on Douglas Promenade.
Crowd Funders raising cash to provide packed lunches for children during the Summer break have overshot their target of £500.
A man who’s said to have caused £12,000 of damage to a rented home has been told his case will be heard in the summary court.
Postal voting will be available for the first time during this year’s General Election.
Concerns have been raised after the appearance of a sign about water quality in Peel Bay.
Eight islanders and seven companies have been fined for tax and national insurance offences.
Port Erin Commissioners have applied to have the Cosy Nook cafe building stripped of its protected status.
Planning goes in for a shop and tea rooms at Knockaloe Farm.
The Isle of Man government has confirmed that a patient has died at Noble's hospital after contracting coronavirus.
A black scooter was stolen from an address in Peel over the weekend.
A man’s been fined after being caught doing almost 60mph in a 40 zone.
A registered building in Castletown could be turned into a café and tourist accommodation, if planners give the green light.
A man who broke down in Glen Vine had his car seized and crushed after officers found its tax was more than five months out of date.
Police are asking for your help to hunt down a driver.
Pregnant women are being encouraged to have their Covid-19 vaccination.
A motorcyclist has died after an accident on the Mountain Road.
The Mountain Road is shut from Brandywell to the Creg Ny Baa due to 'serious injury crash'.
Fourteen people are now in Noble's Hospital with Covid-19.
Plans for a cycle route between Douglas and the Anagh Coar/ Farm Hill area will be unveiled tonight.
David Quirk has no interest in Commissioner role.
The Southern Agricultural Show gets underway tomorrow.
Vandalism and speeding 'the biggest problems' in Onchan, says commissioner
Manx Care to spend £1.86 M on thousands of virtual appointments.
There's a recruitment drive at Manx Utilities Authority.
A man accused of drugs offences has been remanded to the Isle of Man prison.
A man accused of possessing class A, B and C drugs with intent to supply will appear in court in September.
Jet ski riders are being warned to keep their distance from marine wildlife.
Work to complete the flumes and leisure pool at the NSC has re-started, after being postponed earlier this year.
12 people with Covid-19 are now in Noble's Hospital.
Two government ministers have been accosted at a public meeting over fears Covid vaccines are “making people magnetic”.
A person had to be cut free from a car after it 'rolled' on Johnny Watterson Lane.
Police are appealing for information after a health care professional was attacked on Island last week.
A car has rolled on Johnny Watterson Lane in Douglas.
Children at higher risk from coronavirus infection are to be offered a Covid vaccine in the Isle of Man.
Castletown Commissioners are urging people to consider where you park.
Organisers say the government's got its priorities wrong.
Beach Buddies volunteers will be given free access to the the Southern Agricultural show this weekend.
Would your business like to win the Island's first 'Bushy's Senior TT Duck Day Race'?
The Manx health department is promising a more regular and consistent supply of lateral flow testing kits.
Hundreds of people to get a faster vaccination schedeule.
Local charity - Manx Blind Welfare Society has launched its new operational name, Sight Matters.
A former councillor has raised doubts party politics is suited to the Isle of Man.
For the second day in a row - A house has been hit by lightning on Island.
Loganair has announced its cancelling its Isle of Man to London Heathrow route from August 11.
Pharmacies across the Island have run out of lateral flow testing kits.
Continued lightning on Island has affected homes down south.
Part of a road has collapsed in the south of the Isle of Man, according to police.
Postal delays are being flagged up after transport issues last night.
An accident blocked one of the main commuter routes in Douglas this morning (Wednesday).
Many are surviving on less in the face of higher demand.
Isle of Man ministers clock up bill of £120K for media training.
Your views could inform future government policy and provision.
Watterson says the challenge ahead is "to do better with less money".
Island police are appealing for information after a car was stolen last weekend.
The last of three walk-in vaccine clinics will take place this morning (Wednesday).
Nearly 500 people were out of work in June 2021.
Six care homes on the Isle of Man have been temporarily closed to protect residents from COVID-19.
Eight people are now in Hospital with Coronavirus.
Multiple Isle of Man Bank branches are temporarily closing across the Island.
The fire service said the property was "severely damaged".
A local car salesroom has opened a vehicle charging point near Douglas.
A local pressure group has slammed a government decision to end a free school meal voucher scheme.
Police are investigating webcam footage of the Mountain Road.
People with COVID-19 are asked to be careful disposing of rubbish.
People looking to build or extend a property will be able to submit their plans to building control digitally next month.
Jason Moorhouse has announced his intention to stand in September's General Election.
First doses of a Covid-19 vaccine are being offered without an appointment.
Community policing is back on the agenda after being suspended during the coronavirus pandemic.
A local woman is raising money after a diving incident at the weekend saw her Uncle paralysed from the neck down.
More than 100,000 lateral flow tests have been delivered to the Island today.
168 new Covid-19 cases have been identified on Island in the last 24 hours.
A new scheme aimed at encouraging landowners to plant more trees has been launched by the Manx government.
Roadworks in Braddan could mean it takes longer to get to hospital appointments, said the government.
A government order for 120, 000 COVID-19 testing kits is expected to arrive in local pharmacies today.
Manx Utilities has invested £3 million to upgrade the sewage treatment works in Ballaugh.
Police issue a warning after further reports of staff being mistreated at the COVID-19 testing centre.
Laxey resident, Andrew Smith has announced his intention to stand for Garff in the General election.
A Strang man accused of injuring a woman by pushing her from a moving vehicle will appear in court again in August.
There are calls to add Ramsey Swing bridge to a list of protected sites and buildings on the Isle of Man.
The Isle of Man fire service is stepping up its campaign to stop people lighting bonfires in the countryside.
"Difficult decisions ahead" as the island moves to carbon neutrality by 2050.
Curraghs Wildlife Park has two new additions.. baby red pandas!
There are now more than 2,000 cases of Coronavirus on Island.
This summer, children will get the chance to learn how to be safe in the Island's waters.
A court’s heard a man drove through Douglas while three times the UK’s drug-drive limit when he was stopped near police headquarters.
Police are investigating after two bus passengers were injured and had to be treated at Noble's Hospital.
A man who breached the Island’s coronavirus laws shortly after entering the Island has walked free from court.
Ramsey Town Commissioners will now mange government housing stock in Bride.
Graham Cregeen has announced his intention to re-stand in this year's General Election.
Were you at Peel Castle on Tuesday night?
Tynwald has approved changes to the Island’s Coronavirus regulations.
Work on Richmond Hill is going to take longer than originally planned.
There are nearly 2,000 active cases of Covid-19 on the Isle of Man.
Police are appealing for information after a tourist's bike was stolen yesterday.
Government's announced a new support package for businesses hard hit by the recent rise in COVID-19 cases.
The government said it's ordered about 120,000 more COVID-19 home testing kits.
People isolating and unable to work can now claim incapacity benefit at more than double the normal rate.
Local elections were held on the Isle of Man on 22 July.
A new evening bus service between Peel and Port Erin will begin tonight (Friday)
A man’s been banned from driving after his third offence of driving without due care and attention.
It's official, yesterday (Thursday) was the hottest day of the year so far.
The Isle of Man is recruiting for a dedicated, permanent breast cancer surgeon.
A local beach cleaning charity is taking to the shores of the Isle of Man this weekend.
Swimming in harbours can now fetch a fine of £5,000 or even land you in prison.
Speaker of the House of Keys, Juan Watterson claims Isle of Man borders were opened too soon.
Changes to further ease the Island's border restrictions won't go ahead this weekend.
One person with Covid-19 is now in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
Pharmacies on the Isle of Man have run out of lateral flow tests once again.
The Island's latest Covid-19 figures haven't been released yet.
The Chief Minister will hold a COVID-19 briefing today at 5pm.
The Manx government is in talks today about the prospect of offering COVID-19 vaccinations to children.
If you see a postie out and about today, why not offer to top-up their water bottles?
The polls are open between 08:00 and 20:00 today (Thursday).
A man’s been remanded in custody after admitting possessing cannabis and diazepam but denying possessing cocaine with intent to supply it
A Manx golfer has reached the top 1,000 golfers in the world.
The Chief Minister has taken up the role of Minister for Enterprise.
Charges of criminal damage and assaulting police officers have been dropped against a woman serving a jail term for drugs offences.
Peel Lifeboat was called out last night after a group of 12 paddle boarders got into difficulty near Glen Wyllin.
Walk-in vaccine clinics open on the island today (Thursday)
Some breast cancer patients in the Isle of Man are being referred to a hospital in Liverpool for urgent appointments.
Today is expected to be one of the hottest days of the year so far.
There are calls for the Manx government to "look again" at its support package for local business.
Four people are now in hospital with Covid-19.
Firefighters are urging people to think of their pooch before going for a walk.
Could the sale of certain single-use plastics be banned on the Isle of Man?
Claims the “democratic process could be damaged” in the local authority elections have been downplayed by the infrastructure minister.
A residential home in Douglas has temporarily closed due to Covid-19 cases within the home.
Cyclist, Mark Cavendish was mentioned in Tynwald today.
A series of changes to further ease the island's border restrictions will go before the Manx parliament later today.
Pupils who stay home this week will be recorded as an "unauthorised absence" but no other action will be taken or penalties handed out, said the Manx government.
A secret garden event in Port St Mary is growing in popularity, said organisers.
Schools are to explore the Isle of Man’s UNESCO Biosphere status with a special week of activities.
Proxy voting won’t be allowed in this week’s local authority elections despite a surge in coronavirus cases and hundreds self-isolating.
Vaccine walk-in clinics will be available later this week and next for those over 18.
Changes to the cost of disposing electrical items came into effect on 14 July.
A memorial concert dedicated to the lives of those lost in the Summerland fire in 1973 will be held next month.
Soon, the Island could scrap border testing for children under 12 and allow more flexibility when travelling from green and amber countries.
The decision to have a virtual sitting of Tynwald wasn't made by government or the Council of Ministers.
Easyjet has announced a new route from the Isle of Man to Manchester.
Lateral flow test kits will be back in pharmacies from tomorrow.
Three people are now in hospital being treated for Coronavirus.
Talks are taking place about vaccinating children on the Isle of Man.
Tynwald members will be asked to approve an additional £13.8m for the construction of the new ferry terminal in Liverpool.
The island's 111 team have been "swamped" said Howard Quayle.
Mr Skelly won 20 votes while Juan Watterson got only 12.
The Home and Lifestyle Exhibition was due to take place in Ramsey this weekend.
As of today, hospital visiting times will be restricted to just 15 minutes.
Manx Utilities has reported a spike in demand.
The Port St Mary RNLI branch has recognised more than 60 years of service from two volunteers.
An Onchan man’s admitted his part in a drunken fight inside a shop.
A charity has gifted 13 new cots to the Jane Crookall Maternity unit.
An islander broke an order on the day it was made.
The island saw a massive rise in volunteering efforts during the pandemic.
Someone has already been injured on Port Erin pier say police.
Jason Moorhouse has questioned why Tynwald will sit virtually when schools have been told to remain open.
The Manx government said the 111 team is dealing with a surge in calls.
Some Tynwald members will sit in the chamber while others will join virtually.
One person in hospital being treated for the virus. 127 new Covid-19 cases have been reported in the last 24 hours.
A UK football club has signed its second Manx player.
A director of the Corrin Home in Peel says political interference was ‘unhelpful’ ahead of the facility’s eventual closure.
The Isle of Man heatwave is expected to continue throughout the week.
Conservationists have issued an appeal to help save young hedgehogs during the hot spell.
Island residents asked not to stockpile COVID-19 tests.
Police are appealing for people to be more responsible with rubbish.
Health Minister quizzed about vaccination plans for children.
Members of Tynwald are set to elect a new President this week.
A man has been handed a suspended sentence for conning would-be TT visitors.
It's the first time Moonlight and Starlight have been spotted in the area.
Police are warning against sharing intimate photos online.
The ferry company was hard-hit during the pandemic.
Mark Cavendish missed out on a world record yesterday but succeeded in inspiring his home nation to come together to cheer him on.
Mark Cavendish has apologised after shouting at a team mechanic at the Tour de France.
A teacher who lied about being assaulted by her partner has been given a suspended jail term.
A pensioner’s appeared in court over an allegation she ran over a pedestrian in Onchan.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a fight in Ramsey.
The island's "game-changing" vaccination roll-out has been praised by the Chief Minister.
A bonfire in Crosby sparked a call to the emergency services on Friday.
A sitting MHK will seek re-election in Douglas Central in this year's General Election.
Government has announced that the Manx Wildlife Trust is to help deliver the Agri-Environment scheme.
Two local Barclays branches are temporarily closing.
A section of the old Castletown Road is closed due to a head on collision.
The Isle of Man government is "shifting its focus" away from the rising cases of coronavirus.
Dog owners are asked to keep their pets under control after a Swan was found dead in Castletown last month.
Local authority elections are set to take place in little under a week's time as candidates step up their campaigning.
A Manx charity is donating toiletry gift bags to support patients who find themselves in Noble’s Hospital in an emergency.
A special beach cleaning event is due to take place this weekend at Niarbyl.
A man has been fined after failing to pick up after his pooch.
Hundreds of people are expected for an outside screening of the Tour De France on Sunday.
A change in rules has cut isolation numbers.
Some of the island's most vulnerable are being forced to choose between "eating and heating".
A Victorian carousel in Silverdale will spin back into action this week after undergoing essential maintenance.
Lateral flow test kits are now available for collection from community pharmacies around the Island, and this evening from four high school car parks, as supplies are re-stocked.
115 new cases of Covid-19 have been identified on Island in the last 24 hours.
A Douglas bank is closed today for cleaning.
If you're looking to get your hands on a lateral flow testing kit, you should wait for a gov't announcement.
Manx National Heritage has announced the opening of more sites after a government grant.
A Ramsey man facing drugs charges has been remanded in custody over claims he tried to send more than £34,000 to the UK in a fast food van
Island residents who have not received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine are being urged to register as soon as possible.
Mark Kemp has announced his intention to contest for Rushen in this year’s election.
The Glen Truan Estate in Bride is listed with a local estate agency,
A hoard, including 87 silver coins, was discovered on the Isle of Man in April.
A report looking into the issue of poverty on the Isle of Man says many people on benefits are struggling to make ends meet.
One distributor confirmed that more than two thousand were collected from Ballakermeen alone.
A new home testing scheme has launched for close contacts of people who have tested positive for COVID-19, meaning an end to self-isolation.
48 new Covid cases have been identified on Island in the last 24 hours.
The Island's swabbing team has been reduced to tears, following vile and abusive behaviour.
A number of historic buildings and war memorials on the Isle of Man have been protected from future demolition.
Covid-19 cases have been identified at two local high schools.
A man was arrested on Island yesterday after failing to follow self-isolation rules.
The future of libraries on the Isle of Man is up for discussion- the Manx government's launched a public consultation
The Manx government's "not doing enough" to control the virus now the borders have opened, says a politician.
The trial scheme started in June as to ‘provide a face to face service and enable the public to access a range of government services within their communities’.
A wild duck that flew into arms of death at the Lynx enclosure at the Isle of Man's wildlife park has had a lucky escape.
A Tynwald Select Committee has found the benefits and social security application process to be "over complicated".
The accolade comes from Sir Bradley Wiggins who also said the Manx-born cyclist was the "greatest sprinter".
The rare Atlantic Puffin has finally returned to Manx shores after an absence of more than three decades
30 new cases of Coronavirus have been confirmed on Island in the last 24 hours.
Someone from Henry Bloom Noble Primary School has tested positive for Covid-19.
Island residents and visitors are invited to a fan zone at the Villa Marina Gardens on Sunday (18th July) to cheer on Manx cyclist, Mark Cavendish, in his bid to change cycling history.
Hospitality businesses are 'falling into holes' while having to live with Covid.
More information for more people- retiring head of Manx National Heritage said the island's planning process needs to be tweaked.
Those considering drink driving should 'give their head a wobble'.
Ambitious plans to create a National Stadium in Onchan Park have been discussed by politicians and town commissioners.
Students who made an outstanding contribution to Manx culture last year have been recognised by the North American Manx Association (NAMA).
The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) and the Manx Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (MSPCA) have been gifted £50K each.
Isle of Man residents planning to travel abroad can now request proof of vaccination status from Manx Care, said the Manx government.