Iconic DJ Sasha is coming to the Isle of Man - thanks to Metabolizm events.
11 people on Island have found out they have cardiovascular problems at a charity's free heart screening last weekend.
Manx Care says it's been shortlisted for a prestigious award, for the second year running.
The Isle of Man's 'Heritage Open Days' will return later this month.
Tynwald has unanimously voted through a range of winter support measures - in the aims of helping locals amid the rising cost of living.
A project to maintain and improve the infrastructure at Douglas Harbour is set to take place next year.
The Isle of Man Constabulary has launched 'Operation Sentinel' to prevent theft and robbery across the Island.
The Manx Wildlife Trust is holding a wellbeing session in nature in celebration of World Mental Health Day.
The government is 'committed to providing the best package for its teachers.'
The Island's police saw an increase in drivers being stopped for drink and drug driving last weekend.
Members of the teacher's union - NASUWT have voted 'overwhelmingly' to continue with their campaign of industrial action.
The Island's Airport director has welcomed the news Flybe is returning to the Isle of Man.
Government has launched a ‘£100,000 Community Warm Spaces Fund’.
The Isle of Man government is reminding residents any paper UK £20 and £50 notes must be used before the end of the month.
The government is looking for someone to take over the Steam Railway Dining Train and Ticket Hall Restaurant.
A local charity has been awarded a £2,500 grant to support its young person's project.
Manx National Heritage has opened a new display featuring items that have been discovered on the Island through metal detecting.
A new Non-Executive Director has been appointed to the Board of Manx Care.
A local charity has teamed up with the Manx Legion to provide free warm meals over the winter.
Direct flights from the Isle of Man to Majorca will continue next summer due to 'overwhelming demand.'
Police are currently dealing with a crash at Kate's Cottage on the Mountain Road.
Seal season is well underway as a local charity has now recorded 12 pups.
A glazier accused of carrying out benefits fraud over more than six years is alleged to have wrongly claimed more than £36,000.
A Douglas childcare Centre has failed in every area looked into, following a planned government inspection last month.
An urgent question on industrial action in schools will be asked at today's extraordinary Tynwald sitting.
A Douglas man’s been remanded in custody, charged with breaching an alcohol ban and making nuisance 999 calls.
A former top footballer will now be the patron and ambassador of local charity - Mannin Cancers Support Group.
A portrait of Illiam Dhone is to be sent away for 'analysis and conservation.'
A taxi driver who ran over a pensioner and drove off without reporting it has been sentenced to three years in prison.
Floral tributes left for the Queen near Tynwald Hill will be 'respectfully removed' today.
Manx Care is removing the requirement for visitors to its health and care settings to wear a facemask, with immediate effect.
Inflation on Island fell slightly last month - but still remains in double digits.
The cost of missed GP appointments for 2022 is on average £47,000 per month.
The Isle of Man Constabulary says its 'proud' of the officers who helped their colleagues in London over the weekend.
An airline which has previously served the Isle of Man is making a comeback!
Reservoir levels on Island have risen again - and now stand at just 5% lower than average for this time of year.
Police are appealing for information after a bus shelter was damaged in the Island's capital.
An emergency closure is in place in Laxey due to an 'unsafe structure.'
Certain year groups at Ballakermeen High School will have to complete a 'cycle of home learning' due to the current trade dispute.
Schools might be forced to close to certain year groups due to action short of strike by members of a teachers union.
A planning application has been submitted for a Sexual Assault Referral Centre on Island.
Manx Care's Director of Nursing is equally 'concerned and optimistic' about a recent report into the hospital's Emergency Department.
Warm hubs could be set up over the winter period to help those who may be struggling.
Routine GP appointments won't be available this Thursday afternoon.
Around 500 people took part in a charity walk earlier this month and raised over £9,000.
Police are investigating after a white Transit Van was stolen from Douglas Head.
MHK Rob Callister has been appointed as the Island's new Health and Social Care Minister.
A Manxwoman and her steed have won a global equestrian competition.
There will be a minute's silence held on both days of the Isle of Man Food and Drink Festival to mark the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.
Manx Heather bouquets are being placed on landmarks and signs in the south of the Island for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
A government committee will discuss support packages for the energy crisis at a hearing next week.
Barrule Road in Willaston will be closed for two days next week for carriageway repairs.
All Manx National Heritage sites on Island will close on Monday.
Beach Buddies will be joined by children from the Bunscoill for their volunteer session tomorrow.
Market Square in Castletown will revert back to a car park later this month.
A second proclamation of His Majesty King Charles III as Lord of Mann will be held in St Johns today.
An exhibition on the Arbory Women's Institute is open to visitors for the next month as they celebrate their 70th anniversary.
A local charity's first community clean up event in Laxey was an 'outstanding success.'
The bells of St Georges Church in Douglas will ring open and unmuffled this morning to mark the second Proclamation of the Lord of Mann.
There's been a schedule change to the festival of motoring.
Okell’s brewery has launched a ‘Lord of Mann’ ale, to commemorate the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.
A local charity has received reports of 'hundreds' of short beaked common dolphins off Peel this morning.
A man who smashed up his ex-girlfriend’s car and shouted threats at her will be sentenced next month.
Conister bank has pledged 'across-the-board' financial support to its employees amid the cost of living crisis.
A van driver who caused a 60mph crash, leaving a motorist with a broken ankle, has been banned from the roads.
Manx Care says some of its services will be impacted on the day of Queen Elizabeth II's State Funeral.
Commissioners meetings across the Island have been postponed.
An event aimed at young people interested in a career in space is taking place this evening.
It's been confirmed the 2022 Government Conference will still take place next week.
The Laxey Wheel is turning once more!
Two men from Peel made history as the first people to appear in Manx courts being prosecuted on behalf of King Charles III.
The Department of Education, Sport and Culture says it is ‘deeply disappointed’ by a teachers’ union beginning escalated action short of strike.
Isle of Man Transport has issued an update regarding bus services for Monday's bank holiday.
5 Manx police officers have travelled to London to support the policing of the Queen's funeral.
A driver queueing in traffic to go to McDonalds turned out to be over the cannabis limit when police spoke to him.
Post Offices across the Island will close on Monday to mark the State Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.
Garff Commissioners have submitted plans for outdoor showers next to the Laxey Beach Stop Café.
Isle of Man Energy is currently investigating a report of a smell of gas in an area of Onchan.
The first prosecutions on behalf of King Charles have taken place in the Island's courts.
The Island's Health Minister says a damning report into Noble's Emergency Department 'didn't come as a surprise'.
A man who denies assaulting a woman has been banned from contacting her while he awaits trial.
A 'Sea Dip for Your Sanity' is taking place next month to mark Mental Health Awareness Week.
The extraordinary sitting of Tynwald originally scheduled for tomorrow has been postponed until next week.
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Works to reinstate the lower footpath within Glen Mooar will start this week.
Police on the Island are warning of a recent scam that's targeting dentists.
The government has confirmed the Isle of Man Food and Drink Festival will go ahead this weekend.
Government has confirmed an investigation has been launched into an incident involving a school bus.
Manx Care is now offering Monkeypox vaccines to those at high risk.
The Island's Samaritans are encouraging people not to be afraid to talk about suicidal thoughts and feelings.
The Isle of Man Arts Council has made the decision to cancel all remaining summer concerts at the Villa Marina Arcade.
A drug-driver has been banned from the roads for five years after racking up two similar convictions in a decade.
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A local charity is issuing advice as Seal pup season has officially begun on Island.
A local charity is reminding people to stay safe and visible when on late night walks.
Ramsey Town Commissioners has opened a book of condolence, following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
Monday 19 September 2022 will be a bank holiday in the Isle of Man to mark the State Funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
The Lieutenant Governor has opened a book of condolence at Government House, following the death of Her Majesty the Queen.
Cabinet Minister Kate Lord-Brennan has paid tribute to Her Majesty the Queen.
Ramsey Town Band have cancelled their concert tomorrow, following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
The Isle of Man Football Association has postponed all grassroots football matches this weekend, as a mark of respect after the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
The Isle of Man has entered a period of mourning to mark the death of our Lord of Mann, Queen Elizabeth II.
His Majesty King Charles III will be proclaimed as Lord of Mann at Government House at 12 noon on Sunday September 11.
Following the sad news of the death of Her Majesty The Queen, Lord of Mann, as a mark of respect tomorrow night's Manx Last Night of the Proms will not be going ahead.
Douglas Borough Council has opened a book of condolence following the death of the Lord of Mann, Queen Elizabeth II.
An event to mark the Queen's platinum jubilee - due to be held tonight - has been cancelled.
The Island's Lieutenant Governor has paid tribute to Her Majesty The Queen.
Okell's Inn has announced is shutting its pubs for 24 hours following the passing of Her Majesty the Queen.
Following the death of Her Majesty the Queen - the President of Tynwald and the Speaker of The House Of Keys have paid tribute.
Government has confirmed the Island's schools will remain open as normal today.
The Chief Minister of the Isle of Man, Alfred Cannan MHK, has paid tribute to a life of service and dedication following the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Her Majesty The Queen has died.
The Queen is under medical supervision at Balmoral - after doctors became 'concerned' about her health.
Members of a teaching union will take 'escalated action short of strike' on Island next week.
Two men have appeared in court charged over an alleged smuggling plot involving a quarter of a million pounds worth of cannabis.
The legal measures of some alcoholic drinks served on local licensed premises will get smaller from later this month.
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Commissioners in Onchan have proposed rent on social housing doesn't increase this year.
The Island's Chief Minister has sent his congratulations to the UK's new Prime Minister.
A local charity is asking the public to keep an eye out for Minke whales as Autumn approaches.
The first Grey Seal pup of the season has been born.
The raft at Laxey beach was removed at the weekend after 'sustaining damage.'
As we move into autumn, the Fire Service is urging people to have their chimneys swept.
"Toxic, bullying, blame culture, low training levels and 'insufficient numbers to ensure safe care" - they're just some of the words and comments used to describe Noble Hospital's Emergency Department.
Schools in the Isle of Man will close a day earlier than planned in the run up to Christmas this year.
Today's planned road closures for the Mountain Road and Marine Drive have been postponed due to poor weather.
A Strang woman has denied using a weapon in a sustained attack that left her alleged victim with 53 separate injuries.
One of the Island's longest standing service dogs - Holly - is hanging up her search jacket.
A Port Erin teenager accused of having drugs to sell has been awarded more than £1,700 in costs after the case was dropped.
Work has started on the regeneration of East Quay in Peel.
A local GP surgery says it's received abuse as patients struggle to reach them via telephone.
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Market Square in Castletown will re-open to motorists later this month.
Tynwald will be asked to approve spending of over £18m to speed up surgery for 3,800 patients.
The Island's hosepipe ban will be lifted tomorrow morning.
A local group will gather this week to remember those who have taken their own lives.
A man who was more than one and a half times the legal cannabis limit has kept his driving licence.
There will be road closures on Island tomorrow for commercial filming.
The Steam Packet's new vessel is set to face her first bout of stormy weather.
A teenager accused of assaulting a police officer has been bailed to appear in court again next month.
The Royal College of Midwives says urgent action is 'needed to improve safety, care and choice for women' on the Isle of Man.
A local charity has donated £1,000 to 'Shelterbox' and 'Aquabox' - which both 'actively send aid' to Pakistan.
A revised bus timetable will be introduced on September 7 as the new school year starts.
The Isle of Man will feature in tonight's episode of 'Villages by the Sea' on BBC One.
A local bakery says it's having to 'scale back' amid what it's described as a 'bumpy ride'.
Police have confirmed the body of a woman was found on Laxey beach yesterday.
A drink-driver who was caught after parking his car to urinate on a wall has been given ten penalty points and told committing almost any other driving offence will see him banned.
Repair work to the stairs at Port Skillion in Douglas, which have left the beach out of action for months, has been completed.
Ramsey Group Practice is making changes to booking appointments, as they try to get back to 'normality' after the pandemic.
A man will face trial next month over an alleged indecent assault on a woman from Blackpool.
The Island's new Airport director is welcoming feedback from passengers.
A new garden waste collection scheme has started in Douglas.
Manx Gas has officially rebranded - and will now be known as 'Isle of Man Energy.'