The government says lessons have been learned after a former youth worker was caught with indecent images of children.
There are currently no plans for a Covid-19 briefing from government today.
Senior figures of the Steam Packet Company are appearing before a Tynwald committee later today.
Manx Telecom's asking for views on the future of a number of phone boxes around the Island as the company considers removing them.
Police are appealing for information over vandalism to a bus stop in the Island capital.
Over £20million has already been spent on the future Liverpool ferry terminal project.
If you'd like to take part in the Island's toughest long-distance race, you'll need to register soon.
A Port St Mary Commissioner is looking to secure a seat in the House of Keys later this year.
An Island rugby club has announced plans for a summer festival for people of all ages to enjoy.
Part of a street in the centre of Ramsey will be closed for another week.
The Northern Lights could be visible from the Isle of Man tonight.
Firefighters dealt with a blaze in a vehicle in the north of the Island this afternoon.
A would-be online scammer got a surprise earlier today - when they tried to con Island police officers.
Police are asking for the public's help to identify a man caught on CCTV.
The Department of Health and Social Care says it's working with officials of an Island care home which is under threat from closure.
A new initiative has been launched aiming to provide more graduate-level job opportunities on the Isle of Man.
The Steam Packet Company says the Ben my Chree won't return to the Island until the end of this month.
The Island's Infrastructure Minister has defended the approach for proposals to revamp two busy streets in Castletown.
A man accused of indecently assaulting his ex-girlfriend as she slept will be tried in a Court of General Gaol Delivery.
A man will appear in court again later this year charged over a serious attack earlier this month.
Ramsey residents will get the chance to look at and speak about future plans for development in the region.
A project to boost Ramsey's marine engineering sector hit an important milestone over the weekend.
Douglas Council is to spend almost £1,000 on a community orchard in Noble's Park.
Bikers are hoping to raise thousands of pounds for cancer and mental health charities through a ride out later this month.
If you won a trophy in the Island's largest music competition, organisers are asking you to return it in time for the next event.
There are just nine active cases of coronavirus on the Island, according to the latest government figures.
Signing-on for one of the biggest events in the Island's sporting calendar take place this week.
The Chief Minister has confirmed he won't seek re-election to the House of Keys in September.
There are concerns around funding, resources and training for support in schools for children with Additional Education Needs (AEN).
Douglas Council says the number of its tenants who owe more than £500 in rent arrears doubled during the last lockdown.
Manx residents are still falling victim to cyber crime.
Inflation's hit its highest level in 12 months, according to the latest government figures.
The Liverpool ferry terminal and the Islands patient transfer system are among the latest subjects to be looked at by politicians today.
More than a century of TT history is for sale in an online auction.
Garff MHK Daphne Caine has confirmed she'll stand for her seat in the House of Keys again later this year.
The President of the London Manx Association has hit out at the government's consultation into area development plans.
A new headteacher is set to lead the way at a primary school in the Island capital.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning tonight in the face of high winds.
The former Bushy's Beer Tent site in Douglas may not be a drinking venue in future.
It's been confirmed this years Tower of Refuge walk will take place later this month.
Firefighters were on hand at the weekend after a summer house caught fire in Saddlestone.
Anyone under the age of 40 will be offered an alternative to the Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine.
The leading figures of the Steam Packet Company will appear before a Tynwald committee later this week.
A woman with a string of motoring convictions has been fined for having no tax and failing to change her vehicle’s ownership details.
Advice is being offered to anyone who is looking to stand in this years General Election.
An MHK will look to find out more details about the Island's patient transfer system this week.
Another MHK has now confirmed his plans to stand for re-election later this year.
Plans for a revamp for two streets in Castletown are to be questioned tomorrow by an MHK for that constituency.
Residents and visitors in Port Erin could soon have extra facilities to enjoy on the town's beach.
Roadworks on a busy section near Douglas Promenade get underway today for the next few weeks.
Today marks seven days without any new Coronavirus cases on Island.
A Ramsey teenager will spend a month in prison after admitting possessing a class A drug police thought was LSD.
Two trials for providing dermatology and physiotherapy services at GP surgeries on Island will get underway this month.
A popular camping venue on Island is now welcoming back visitors.
Work to replace the Pulrose Bridge is causing disruption for those who rely on a key bus route through the area.
A man’s denied trying to send more than £3,500 of criminal cash to an address in Essex.
Tynwald’s armed forces champion says powers already exist to ensure war memorials on the Island are protected.
Implications of if Isle of Man Bank closed all its offices will be a matter put to the Island's Treasury Minister next week.
The Island has now gone five days without any new cases of Covid-19.
A former nightclub in Douglas could be transformed into a cafe and barbers shop, if planning officials give the green light.
An MHK will question support for local businesses affected by the cancellation of this year's TT races.
The large majority of suspicious online mail reported to Manx authorities last month contained malicious material to target potential victims.
The cost of building the new Isle of Man ferry terminal in Liverpool will be scrutinised again by politicians next week.
Landmarks around the Island will light up green next week to mark Mental Health Awareness Week.
UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man is refreshing 'Refill Isle of Man' to further reduce single-use plastic on Island.
Work to construct new river walls to protect parts of Laxey from flooding will get underway later this month.
A financial support scheme which helps people adapt their business during the challenges of the pandemic has been exteneded to more sectors.
A local charity will be tackling beaches in Niarbyl this weekend.
It's now four days in a row without any new Coronavirus cases on Island.
A Manx businesswoman will be pitching her bright business idea on BBC's Dragon's Den.
An Island micropub has become the first local venue to sell beer for dogs.
A Castletown man’s been banned from driving after crashing his car while more than two and a half times the limit.
A seven-year-old boy's mission to tackle dog fouling in Port Erin has been praised by local commissioners.
Onchan MHK Rob Callister has declared his intention to stand for re-election this September.
Government is planning to allow Manx students studying in the UK to have both Covid-19 jabs on Island during the summer holidays.
27 more buildings being considered for protected status has been welcomed by Manx National Heritage.
Tributes are being paid to a former Marown commissioner and chairman who has passed away.
The American owners of an Island landmark have applied to carry out extensive repairs and improvements.
No new Coronavirus cases have been found on Island for a third day in a row.
Government has confirmed there are currently no plans to hold a Covid-19 media briefing tomorrow (May 6).
A court’s heard a van driver who seriously injured a cyclist on the TT course was momentarily blinded by the sun.
A driver involved in a head-on crash on New Year’s Day was almost three times over the legal limit, a court’s heard.
There are plans to have a summertime beach bar on Port Erin Shores over the next three years.
Traffic restrictions will be in place at the bottom of Richmond Hill from today as roadworks begin there.
Commissioners in Castletown have condenmed acts of vandalism in the town.
A 'free guide' has been launched to encourage students to vote.
The Steam Packet has launched its timetable for next year.
The Island's Enterprise Minister believes the TT will return 'better and stronger' in 2022.
A serving MHK in the Island capital is one of the latest to announce he'll be standing in this year's General Election.
Island arts students are being offered the chance to get financial support to help them with their future studies.
There have been no new Covid-19 cases found on Island for a second day in a row.
Two Covid-19 financial support schemes have been extended by two weeks.
From today, school attendance is once again compulsory.
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More than 73,000 doses of a Covid-19 vaccine have now been administered on Island.
The Island's Health Minister will be one of the latest to be scrutinised as part of an inquiry into genomic sequencing during the pandemic.
Sea swimmers will now be able to find out the quality of the water they choose to take a dip in during this summer.
Politicians are meeting today as part of an additional sitting of Tynwald.
Two of Castletown's busiest shopping streets could be in line for a facelift, if a new scheme is given the green light.
Building contractors are being sought to work on the next phase of the new TT Gallery coming to the Island next year.
There have been no new cases of Covid-19 found on Island in the last day.
Emergency services were mobilised last night after a car went over cliffs at Marine Drive.
Manannan sailings today will go ahead, but with some slight changes later on.
Some restrictions at the Islands hospitals and residential homes have been relaxed.
The Ben-my-Chree will return to service six days later than previously planned.
Maintaining the strength of the TT brand for the future will be brought up for discussion by an MHK this week.
A serving MHK has confirmed her plans to stand for re-election later this year.
Extra sittings of Tynwald and the House of Keys have been announced for this month and next.
A popular Christmas feature in Peel could become a permanent fixture, if planners give the go-ahead.
An MHK wants to know more about daily rates charges for certain types of care available on Island.
Police are appealing for information over damage caused to a parking barrier in Ramsey.
In the last 24 hours, there’s been one new Coronavirus case found on Island.
Two people have been arrested after a man was seriously injured during an incident in Ramsey yesterday morning.
Two new Covid-19 cases have been identified locally in the last day.
Sailings this coming Monday (May 3) are facing potential disruption.
A shareholder’s report into the Steam Packet’s Covid-19 protocols has been withheld from the public.
From today, family and partners of residents as well as property owners will be able to travel to the Island.
27 Island buildings, including war memorials, are being considered for being added to the Protected Buildings Register.
Criminal damage to a property in Onchan is being looked into by authorities.
New plans have been submitted for a 15-metre phone mast to provide 5G mobile service in Douglas in future.
People are being urged to be careful around the Islands railway crossings.
If your charity or business would like to take part in this year's National Day celebrations, now's the time to get involved.
Two more Island heritage sites are welcoming back visitors again from today.
Groudle Glen Railway is re-opening this weekend to mark its 125th year.
The government says two people have been admitted to hospital with coronavirus.
Enterprise minister Laurence Skelly says he won’t be standing in the election – because he plans to stand for President of Tynwald.
Patients travelling through Liverpool Airport have been told they can no longer access a private lounge before entering departures.
The splash zone at Noble's Park is reopening today.
The Steam Packet Company insists there's been 'no lack of truthfulness' over talks about self-isolation requirements for Manx crew members.
Police are investigating a disturbance at a bar in Douglas in the early hours of this morning (April 30).
Applications for family of residents to travel over to the Island are opening later today.
A petition has been launched looking to save an Island residential home from closure.
Coastguards in the Island capital are warning people about the dangers posed by walking out the Tower of Refuge.
A court’s heard a man overtook multiple drivers, including two off-duty police officers, as he approached a blind corner on the TT course.
One of the key figures behind a disco skater rink in Ballasalla has hit out at what he feels is a lack of support during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Police are appealing for witnesses to a fail-to-stop collision in St Johns last weekend.
Police cadets on Island will take on a challenge next month for a local charity which helps the homeless.
Traffic restrictions will be in place on a main route between Peel and Kirk Michael from next week.
Manx National Heritage has started the search for a tenant farmer for land at Cregneash.