Police were called to a number of noisy parties last night following government’s advice for everyone to stay at home.
Government has identified a series of Island locations which pose a low risk of Covid-19.
An EVF filling station store has identified itself as a low risk Covid-19 location.
Residents are being urged not to panic buy in shops in response to today’s Covid-19 alert.
Businesses across the Island are shutting this afternoon following a new Covid-19 alert today.
For now, no 'legal lockdown' will be implemented across the Island.
The public is being asked to ‘stay at home’ with immediate effect.
Government says organisers of events today should postpone them.
New cases of Coronavirus point to possible community spread.
There will be a Coronavirus press conference today at 3pm.
Police are appealing for any information following a theft of fuel from a property in the north.
Two residents will be appointed by government to help with decisions over the future of the Island's health and social care system.
Manx star Samantha Barks will appear in a one-off special of hit ITV show All-Star Musicals later this year.
What support is available for businesses identified as at high/low risk of Covid-19?
Government wants the public's view on the Island's first draft Capacity bill.
There will be some changes to roadworks on a busy road in Douglas from next week.
A local charity is on the lookout for volunteers.
A brand new mountain biking competition will take place on Island later this year.
A service delivered directly to primary schools Island-wide has been boosted by £2,500.
The Island’s first Sexual Assault Referral Centre is due to open in August.
Isle of Man-based Steam Packet staff will not have to self-isolate when returning to the Island.
No new cases of Coronavirus have been confirmed on Island in the last 24 hours.
Over 20,000 Covid-19 vaccines have now been adminstered on Island.
A Peel man accused of three assaults on police officers in the same day has been remanded in custody.
A man will be sentenced by a Court of General Gaol Delivery after trying to mail more than £16,000 to Liverpool.
Vaccination sessions are being organised for staff at the Island’s air and sea carriers.
A councillor in Douglas says work is desperately needed to improve the look of the town.
Police are asking the public to be aware of vaccine-related scams.
Initial discussions over the future of the Snaefell Surgery in Anagh Coar have gone well.
A pop-up Covid-19 vaccine clinic will take place tomorrow for residents in the West who're unable to travel.
Police are appealing for wtitnesses following car damage in Ramsey.
The Department of Infrastructure spent over £66,000 on road safety equipment in 2020.
Delays at Dandara's new housing estate in Ballasalla are because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
It brings the total number of active local cases to 40.
A man will appear in court again next month charged with murder and attempted murder.
A Baldrine man has appeared in court, accused of a serious assault in a Douglas nightclub.
The chairman of Port Erin Commissioners believes the future of the Cosy Nook will take centre stage at this year’s local authority general elections.
Police are appealing for information after the grounds of Douglas school were vandalised with graffiti.
Motorists are being notified of planned changes at three Douglas car parks.
Residents are being warned of a video scam which is circulating on social media.
Work to improve pavements and crossings in Kirk Michael has been pushed back to next week.
This year's Firefighters Memorial Walk has been cancelled.
Police are appealing to the public to help find a ‘wanted’ man.
It means the total number of active local cases is now 35.
Police are now appealing for information over a break-in and vandalism at an Island football club.
Three Island landmarks are being considered for Registered Building status.
Marine Drive in Braddan could become a pedestrian and cycling only zone.
Residents are being reminded to be responsible around Island livestock on public rights of way.
The Island's Safeguarding Board has appointed Lesley Walker as its new Independent Chair.
Manx Wildlife Trust is reminding dog walkers which wetland areas they can and can't take their pets.
An Island housing developer is helping children at an Island nursery enjoy learning and being active outdoors.
A charity offering financial assistance to Manx students who aspire to study in the arts, is inviting applications for its 2021 scholarships.
The interval between first and second doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine has been extended to ten weeks.
Staff at the Steam Packet Company will begin receiving Covid-19 vaccines from tomorrow.
Two further Coronavirus cases have been identified locally this afternoon.
Since the latest update - four new cases of Coronavirus have been identified on Island.
A 40mph zone is being brought in on a busy highway in the West of the Island.
Ben-my-Chree sailings this morning and this afternoon have been called off.
Yellow weather warnings for heavy rain and severe gales on Island are in place across today and early tomorrow.
The Island's Health and Social Care Minister says he 'categorically confirms' a GP surgery in Douglas will not close.
The future of a GP surgery and the Island's Coronavirus situation are amongst House of Keys discussions today.
Police are appealing for witnesses to a collision in Lower Foxdale last week.
The Ginger Hall Hotel in Sulby has been voted the best pub on the Isle of Man following a month-long competition.
Only those who're genuinely housebound should use the housebound Covid-19 vaccination initiative.
A theft from a property in Ballaugh is being look into by the constabulary.
All employees at Java Express Coffee shop & noodle bar have tested negative for Covid-19.
Six new cases of Coronavirus have been found on Island.
One more low risk Covid 19 location has been identified.
A GP surgery in the Island capital is moving to the site of a former practice.
Steam Packet voyages tonight and tomorrow are subject to delays or cancellations.
Customers who were at a Douglas coffee shop during a one-hour period last Tuesday are being asked to immediately self-isolate as a precaution.
Nearly 18,000 coronavirus vaccines have now been administered on the Isle of Man.
A person had to be cut free from a vehicle following a crash in Port St Mary at the weekend.
Police are investigating reports of criminal damage and thefts from an allotment site in the South of the Island.
The Islands Minister for Justice and Home Affairs will be quizzed on sentences for offenders this week.
A new feature cold be coming to an Island nature reserve aimed at welcoming more wildlife to the area.
The House of Keys is due to meet again tomorrow, with services for Diabetes patients among discussions.
No new cases of Coronavirus have been identified on Island in the last 24 hours.
An Island music school says four of it students have tested positive for Covid-19.
One new case of COVID-19 has been detected in the Isle of Man.
One more location which poses a low risk of Covid-19 has been confirmed.
Police are investigating an attempted break-in at a home in Douglas.
Note left - but destroyed by weather.
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Flood protection measures on Manx shores will be discussed by politicans again next week.
Isle of Man Arts Council wants your help creating a new collaborative book celebrating Manx culture.
How much has Highways Services spent on temporary traffic signs, temporary traffic lights and cones since 2015?
This morning's sailing to Heysham has been called off.
Emergency services are in the area of the Quay in Castletown after it was reported a man and two children disappeared from view from a bystander earlier this afternoon.
Once again - no Covid-19 restrictions will be coming into force at this time.
Five further cases of Coronavirus have been confirmed.
A local woman has been sentenced for fraudulently claiming thousands of pounds of benefits.
Five further locations which could pose a low risk of Covid-19 have been confirmed.
Government has identified two new locations which pose a low risk of Covid 19.
Government has confirmed this afternoon no new Covid-19 restrictions will be coming in at this time.
A Douglas gym says it's been contacted by a club member who has tested positive for Covid-19.
Government has identified ten Island locations which pose a low risk of Covid-19.
Sailings tomorrow are facing potential disruption, the Steam Packet Company has confirmed.
Isle of Play is urging people to stay vigilant after a visitor to one of its locations tested positive for Covid-19.
A beauty salon in Onchan has closed as a precaution after a visiting client tested positive for Coronavirus.
A heavy rain weather warning is in place across the Island.
Keeping a GP practice in Douglas is being treated as a top priority, according to MHKs in the area.
A Douglas man’s admitted possessing more than £700 worth of cannabis, and possessing the drug with intent to supply it.
A man will stand trial in May, after denying charges he assaulted a woman.
An Island football club is appealing for information after its facilities were vandalised.
A hoard of Viking treasure from the 10th century has been discovered on Island.
Government is reminding residents there are options at vaccinations hubs for those who struggle with their mobility.
Damage to a vehicle in the North of the Island is being looked into by the constabulary.
Vaccinations will now be offered to Steam Packet employees.
It's been confirmed no Coronavirus restrictions are coming into force today.
Sailings tonight have been cancelled for the second night in a row.
Vaccinations will be offered to all adults with a learning disability earlier than originally planned.
A number of venues across the Island have closed amid Coronavirus fears.
Seven new cases of COVID-19 have been identified in the Isle of Man.
It's reported staff at a ship management company in Douglas have been sent home from work over Coronavirus fears.
Another Steam Packet crew member has tested positive for Covid-19.
Firefighters were on hand yesterday to tackle a house fire in Glen Vine.
Police are investigating after a young male was assaulted in Ramsey earlier this week.
More sailings are in doubt tonight due to poor weather.
Police are investigating following the theft of a significant amount of jewellery.
The Island has now rolled out more than 15,000 Covid-19 vaccinations.
Police are reminding residents to make sure their cars are taxed before being out on the road.
A number of councillors in Douglas have voiced their support for an overhaul of local governance on the Isle of Man.
A man accused of producing around £25,000 of cocaine to the Island has been freed after delays to lab tests in the UK.
Money for the seafood and fishing industry has been allocated to help navigate the challenges of coronavirus and Brexit.
People's views are being sought on diversity and inclusion in Manx football.
A new EV charging point will be installed at Shoprite Ramsey today.
Tonight's sailings have been cancelled.
A GP practice in Douglas looks set to close later this year after taking the decision to terminate its contract.
Tynwald will reconvene this morning for the second day of its latest sitting.
Three men who are said to have inflicted significant injuries during an attack have appeared in court.
A man and woman from Douglas have appeared in court over cannabis-dealing allegations.
Sailings tonight are facing potential disruption.
More than 14,000 doses of Coronavirus vaccine have now been administered on Island.
Race marshals are being asked to check in on each others mental health during the challenging times of the ongoing pandemic.
People are being urged to consider downloading a phone app which helps authorities find you in an emergency situation.
The 2021 budget for the Isle of Man is testament to the resilience of the Manx people and the economy during the pandemic.
The Island's Hospice has received a £100,000 donation from a local company.
One new case of Covid-19 has been detected in the Isle of Man.
The Island's Treasury Minister has unveiled what he calls a 'budget of resilience' for the next financial year.
The chairman of Ramsey Commissioners has welcomed the opening of more Covid-19 vaccine centres on the Island.
An act of criminal damage to a store in Douglas is being looked into by Police.
The 2021 budget is expected to be announced during the latest Tynwald sitting today.
Government wants to hear residents views on the likes of GP practices, dental services and opticians next week.
Police are warning motorists not to use red diesel in their vehicles.
Emergency repair work will be carried out near a busy Douglas roundabout tomorrow.
A smoke-free policy at DHSC sites from later this year is not intended to stigmatise smokers.
The government says it wants to park Bus Vannin vehicles overnight at three schools around the Island.
The new Covid-19 vaccine hub in the Island capital is opening its doors today.
A rate rebate scheme has been suggested to prevent more retailers being lost from the high street.
Police are urging people to keep vehicles and properties secure following reports of attempted thefts in Douglas.
An Island developer's unveiled new plans for a landmark site in the south of the Island.
New measures are coming to Ramsey to crack down on irresponsible parking in the town.
Tynwald meets tomorrow, with the Isle of Man's flood defences part of discussions taking place.
Plans to construct three new footbridges along an Island heritage trail have now been but forward to planning officials.
A cash injection is supporting workshops in the north of the Island which aim to boost people's physical and mental wellbeing.
Firefighters were called out this evening after a cash machine caught fire in Douglas.