Race week for the 2019 Festival of Motorcycling is due to get underway today.
Manx Wildlife Trust is urging people to keep their distance from seal pups should they see them.
The new counter on Douglas Promenade to record the amount of pedestrians and cyclists using the stretch cost £16,000.
Residents by Ballakermeen High School have expressed alarm over traffic calming plans, which they say could lead to further congestion on busy streets in the area.
Manx Wildlife Trust is carrying out examinations on dead local seabirds to see if any have ingested plastics.
The office of fair trading (OFT) is recalling several models of tumble dryers over a potential safety risk.
Thousands are expected to make the journey from the shores of Douglas to an iconic landmark in the bay next weekend in support of an important Island cause.
Those behind plans for a new fitness studio in Douglas want to encourage more physical activity and community sport involvement.
There's been a 30 minute delay to this afternoons festival of motorcycling practice.
Island police will join a minute's silence today in memory of a UK police officer.
A number of water main bursts across the Island are hitting water supplies in several areas.
Racers and spectators will be hoping for a double-header of Festival of Motorcycling practice today.
A man’s been banned from entering two streets in Douglas as he faces trial over allegations he assaulted a woman.
An Onchan woman accused of assaulting and resisting police officers will appear in court again next month.
The decline for queen scallops is estimated to have cost the Manx fleet just under £175,000 in income over the space of a year.
People offering to help sick or injured birds may not have the animal's best interests at heart.
Six people will contest an upcoming by-election in Malew.
The Island is looking to the UK to help provide cervical screening services at Noble's Hospital.
The number of breakfast clubs at local schools could increase under potential new plans.
A local Bowling club has been given a helping hand by the Manx Lottery Trust.
GCSE students across the Island have been praised for an 'excellent set of results'.
This afternoon's contingency qualifying session for the Festival of Motorcycling has been cancelled.
Festival of Motorcycling organisers say an update on today's practices will be made later this morning.
Pupils around the Island will be getting their GCSE results this morning.
The Department of Education, Sport & Culture says its 'disappointed' over a vote by primary school headteachers in favour of industrial action.
It's hoped a double-header of qualifying planned today will make up for lost time in this year's Festival of Motorcycling.
Treasury Minister, Alf Cannan MHK, says there's no evidence to suggest a rise of in-work poverty on Island.
Police are reminding people to take valuables out of their cars and lock their vehicles following a theft in Douglas.
Manx Government wasn't paid anything for the documentary focusing on life inside Jurby prison.
A former children's home has been named as the new rehabilitation facility for offenders.
Police have stopped another cyclist from going on to the Mountain Road.
Tonight's practice session for the Festival of Motorcycling has been cancelled.
An urgent appeal has been launched to find marshals for the afternoon Festival of Motorcycling practices tomorrow and Friday.
A man is appearing in court today charged with an offence relating to driving on closed roads.
We'll find out later today whether todays Festival of Motorcycling qualifying session will take place.
Primary school head teachers on Island could be prepared to strike over an ongoing pay dispute with the Department of Education, Sport & Culture.
Organisers of the Festival of Motorcycling will be hoping the next qualifying session takes place tonight.
A man accused of having up to £900 worth of heroin and more than £900 cash will be committed for trial to the Court of General Gaol Delivery in October.
A man's been remanded in custody as he faces an affray charge.
The government has no plans to try to block future episodes of the TV series on the Islands prison.
The food we see in our supermarkets and stores could change in the event of a 'no-deal' Brexit.
The Island-wide introduction of smart meters can help towards lowering carbon emissions.
Police from the Island will be trying to tempt colleagues from the UK to move here to work over the coming months.
An Island hockey club has raised thousands of pounds for a local charity.
Emergency Services were called out this afternoon after multiple vehicles caught fire.
Race organisers have confirmed there will be an additional qualifying session for the Festival of Motorcycling on Thursday afternoon.
Police have confirmed a man is in custody after entering a closed road and deliberately ignoring Marshals who tried to stop him.
Police have confirmed this evening's practice session for the Festival of Motorcycling has been cancelled.
The footbridge at the TT grandstand is set to be replaced.
A rider involved in an incident during last nights Festival of Motorcycling session is said to be in a stable condition in hospital.
The horse tram services on Douglas Promenade won't be operating today.
New smart meters will be installed in homes and businesses across the Island from next year.
Police are appealing for information after a number of golf carts were vandalised in Onchan.
Racers and spectators will be looking ahead to the second practice session for the Festival of Motorcycling tonight.
A new rehabilitation facility for offenders has been announced by the government.
The TV series on the Islands prison and queen scallop restrictions will be on the agenda for Tynwald this month.
A fire started on a Douglas street at the weekend is being investigated by authorities.
The government is aiming to improve the quality and safety of medicines prescribed on Island.
Peoples views are still wanted on the money earned by Tynwald members.
If you think you have what it takes to be a police officers, now's your chance to sign up.
The Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture is looking for a manager to oversee fisheries protection around the Island's coast.
An initiative encouraging children to get outdoors is being supported for another year.
The Island's food bank says it'll be closed next Monday - and has issued advice for those who needs its services.
A local bird rescuing charity says its 'horrified' after a protected bird was shot and killed earlier this month.
Manx Wild Bird Aid, Police Wildfire Crime Officers and the government are appealing for information after a protected bird has died, as a result of being shot.
The RNLI says a member of the public did the right thing raising the alarm - even though a group of kayakers turned out to be fine.
The chair of the Manx Motorcycle club has issued a further plea for more marshals for this years Festival of Motorcycling.
Fire crews were called to a Douglas school this morning.
Will today see the 2019 Festival of Motorcycling get underway tonight?
A Douglas man accused of wrongly claiming more than £8,000 of benefits has appeared in court.
A BMW driver caught speeding in Douglas was given the chance to explain his actions by magistrates and accused police dog handlers of having sex at Douglas Sea Terminal.
How much have Manx fisherman lost as a result of reducing the amount of Queen scallops you can catch?
Police are investigating after a dog suffered injuries at a nature reserve in the North of the Island.
A member of legislative council wants to know more about how victims of domestic abuse are protected.
How is the weather set to pan out for this years Festival of Motorcycling practice week?
Changes are being proposed for the Marine Garden on Douglas Promenade.
Today’s Festival of Motorcycling practice has been cancelled because of a shortage of marshals.
There currently aren’t enough marshals registered for tomorrow’s qualifying session.
Tonight's qualifying sessions for the Festival of Motorcycling have been called off.
Tributes to the efforts during wartime will be marked with a prominent event this weekend.
The 2019 Festival of Motorcycling is due to get underway this evening.
A man accused of stabbing his brother during a fight in Douglas has been committed for trial.
A man caught behind the wheel without his R-plates on twice in three weeks has narrowly escaped a driving ban.
How many children live in poverty who have at least one parent in work?
What compensation will businesses affected by the Douglas Prom refurb get?
Healthy life expectancy rates on the Isle of Man are similar to those in England.
Castletown Commissioners have been left ‘deeply frustrated’ with planners, after a bid to build new homes in the town was rejected.
A horse riding school in Kirk Michael could become a home for start-up businesses.
As of Monday, just one area around the Island will be open for queen scallop fishing.
Emergency services were called out to a van fire in Onchan this morning.
Services on the Snaefell Mountain Railway have been suspended today.
Police are investigating after a child was bitten by a dog on a beach in the South of the Island.
A popular takeaway in Port St Mary will close its doors next week.
The Isle of Man Constabulary is looking to build closer ties with local authorities as part of a bid to improve community policing.
Can our government stop further episodes of the Island's prison documentary being aired?
Death rates from drug use on Island is double that of in England.
An MHK wants to know what the position of the Isle of Man will be in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
There's still time to have your say on the future of the Island's pensions.
Race organisers are urging people to sign up to marshal at this year's Festival of Motorcycling - or risk the event not going ahead.
Could you play a key role in keeping communities safe across the Island?
A new mobile network has been launched in the UK for those with hearing loss, thanks to Manx Telecom.
Could one of the Island's main adult day care centres be set for a revamp?
The second phase of work to transform an Island landmark is now underway.
Police say they've received complaints of cars parked on double yellow lines in Onchan.
Less students on the Isle of Man received higher grades of A*-B this year, in comparison to 2018.
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The Millennium Bridge in Douglas will see closures in place over the next two months.
Police are investigating after tools were stolen from a building site in the South of the Island.
The first episode of a TV series showcasing life inside the Island's prison has been put back on the ITV Hub after being removed.
Hundreds of Island students are preparing to receive their A-Level results this morning.
Police are investigating after a cyclist was injured when overtaken by a car.
A potential major new marina for the Island would aim to meet growing demand from boat owners and boost the economy, according to government.
Details of race times and road closures for this year's Festival of Motorcycling are now available.
Approval has been given to build 30 more homes for a development in Ramsey.
The Island's Education, Sport & Culture Minister says he's pleased to see the main pool at the NSC re-opening this weekend.
Ideas are being explored to create a new Island football team to play in the English Non-League system.
Hospice Isle of Man is launching an End of Life Experience Survey.
Ramsey Lifeboat was launched earlier this week following reports from a concerned member of the public.
A further section of the newly-laid horse tram tracks in Douglas has opened.
The government is looking into the possibility of developing a major new marina for the Island.
The percentage of people killed or seriously injured on Manx roads is near double that of in England.
A man’s been jailed after being caught shoplifting just days after being put on probation.
A Douglas man caught with just under a gramme of class A drugs has been ordered to do community service.
All beds in both Noble's Hospital and the Ramsey and District Cottage Hospital have been replaced.
Police are investigating after a 'substantial' amount of money was stolen during a burglary in Onchan.
Talks have been held over the future of bus services in Jurby, between Ayre and Michael MHKs and the Department of Infrastructure.
Police are warning people to remain safe if they use online dating.
The Island is looking to appoint a new Deemster.
Airport goers are being reminded of street works around Ronaldsway tomorrow.
The first episode of a new TV series showing life inside the Island's prison has been removed from the ITV Hub.
A man attempting to swim around the Island's coast has encountered some friendly seals along the way.
A baby bird rescued by a local charity has been showing of its flying skills with its 'surrogate' Mum and Dad.
Decorative lights at an Island beauty spot are back up and running.
A faulty electrical appliance was the cause of a fire in Douglas town centre earlier today.
The NSC's main swimming pool re-opens to the public this weekend.
A pod of Dolphins have been spotted in Laxey.
An investigation has been launched after cracks were found in the red concrete laid down on Douglas Promenade.
Emergency services have been tackling a fire which broke out on a busy street in Douglas this morning.
A fire has broken out on a busy street in the centre of Douglas with a number of roads in the area cordoned off.
Government officials are explaining the reasons for the nine-week setback to the Douglas Promenade refurbishment.
There's one more week to have your say on the future of the Islands pharmacies.
There are plans to upgrade surveillance measures at two bus stations in Douglas.
Isle of Man archer, Lesley Sleight, has smashed two world records and secured a european title whilst competing for England in the Netherlands.
Plans to demolish the Empire Garage showroom, and other buildings in Peel, to make way for new homes have been rejected by the planning committee.
Could you become an owner of one of the colourful Island wallabies?
An Island mum from Port Erin has raised hundreds of pounds after taking part in a 100-mile cycling challenge.
The 2019 STEP Programme Final will take place later this month.
Police have issued a video of a tram and car crash.
The Steam Packet Company is looking for a new Senior Master.
Organisers of the Royal Manx Agricultural Show are thanking people for their support this year.
Plans have been drawn up for a new cruise terminal in Douglas Bay.
A taxi driver says he’s been forced out of business in the north of the Island by government’s ‘dial-a-ride’ minibuses.
Could a new glamping site be coming to the Island?
A collision in the Island capital is being looked into by the constabulary.
Thousands of pounds has been raised for the Islands lifeboat teams.
An election notice has been issued in Malew to find three new commissioners.
A school in Peel is looking to create a new outdoor education space for its pupils.
The deadline is fast approaching for submissions to the Manx Blind Welfare Society 2020 fundraising calendar.