From Monday, July 20 Manx residents will be able to travel to the UK and further afield..
It’s officially been 50 days since a new case of COVID has been confirmed on Island.
Police are investigating a fight which broke out in Peel last weekend.
Summerhill in Douglas will close for eight weeks from next Wednesday (July 15).
An Anagh Coar mum who’s alleged to have falsely claimed almost £35,000 in benefits will stand trial at the Court of General Gaol Delivery.
A banned drink-driver was caught at the wheel of an all-terrain vehicle he’d bought because he thought it didn’t need a full licence.
Commissioners in Arbory are urging people to 'use not abuse' community spaces following reports of littering.
Witnesses are being sought by Police after criminal damage to a vehicle in Braddan.
Members of Manx National Heritage and the National Trust of Guernsey will be eligible for free entry to sites in both jurisidctions.
Work is now completed on improving the Nunnery footpath.
The resumption of health services on Island following the Coronavirus pandemic will come under scrutiny next week.
The VAT rate for food and attractions on Island will be reduced to 5% from next week.
The hosepipe ban on Island has been lifted with immediate effect.
It's the 49th day running of no new COVID-19 cases on Manx shores.
Outdoor markets in Douglas are making a comeback.
Police are investigating after a car was stolen in Onchan.
A Port St Mary man who punched a barman after being asked to leave a pub he was barred from will appear in court again in September.
A petition has been launched to remove the new bus and cycle lane on Glencrutchery Road.
A Douglas man who’s said to have assaulted his girlfriend and damaged a DVD player has been remanded in custody.
Castletown Youth Club is asking for people's help to fund activities for children this summer.
Emergency Services were called out at earlier this week after reports of children running away from a small fire.
Are you ready to rev your virtual engines?
A scheme has begun to reduce flooding risk at the river in Laxey this week.
The Isle of Man Post Office Headquarters has now returned to its normal opening hours.
Covid-19 has brought Douglas Council’s finances to an ‘uncomfortably low level’, with projected impact of around £1.8 million
The Isle of Man has now gone nearly 50 days without a new case of Coronavirus.
A teaching union says it intends to ballot its members over possible industrial action from next month.
The Manx Co-op is celebrating its 100th birthday.
Ramsey was alive with the sound of bikes at the weekend as the world-famous Purple Helmets made their 2020 return.
Police are looking into damage caused to a van in the Island's capital.
With heritage sites re-opening across the Island, Manx National Heritage wants to know how residents feel about it.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a dispute between two motorists in Douglas last month.
The government's COVID-19 press conferences will now be held once a week.
Ballakilley residents still have time to have their say on plans for brand new park facilities in the area.
A new road surface will be added to a recently refurbished highway in Douglas later this week
This years PokerStars rally has been cancelled.
It's the Islands national day today, and despite a few changes, celebrations are being held to mark the occasion in St Johns today.
Police are investigating after a drunk man is reported to have verbally abused people in Ramsey at the weekend.
Plastic bottle collections will start up again in Douglas and Braddan from tomorrow.
New proposals have been put forward to alter the layout of bus stops in Castletown.
It's been confirmed this year's Maughold Parish Day will be going ahead.
An unused section of an Island school could get a revamp, if plans are given approval.
Sailings to and from Heysham tomorrow are facing potential disruption.
Four more Manx National Heritage (MNH) sites are welcoming back visitors again from today.
Work to reduce the flood risk on the river in Laxey will get underway next week.
This years Tynwald Day celebrations take place on Monday morning, but with some considerable changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Social distancing in the Island's Hospice has been lifted.
The world-famous Purple Helmets are making a roaring return to 2020 with a display on Island this evening.
Police will hold free cycling sessions this summer.
Douglas Rugby Club will host a charity cricket match next week.
Another of the Islands historic railways will be welcoming visitors back from tomorrow.
The Island’s five-stage plan to relax its border restrictions has been published.
Today marks day 44 of no new cases of Covid-19 on Island.
Today's Manannan sailings have been cancelled.
Police are investigating after a woman was assaulted by a man in Douglas.
A bright and colourful crossing has now been installed across a busy highway in St Johns.
An eight-year old boy with Cerebral Palsy will be taking on an incredible fundraising challenge to support a local charity - Rebecca House.
Nearly half of the first phase of antibody tests on Island have been completed, according to the Islands Health and Social Care Minister.
A man will appear in court later this month accused of possessing drugs, assaulting police and criminal damage on Christmas Eve.
Legislation which protected tenants facing eviction for rent arrears during the state of emergency has been extended.
Options are being considered over providing food for children outside of school term times.
A standing committee of Tynwald will be hearing from the Land Registrar later this month.
An entertainment venue in the South of the Island has announced it'll welcome back residents from next week.
A new headteacher has been appointed at Victoria Road School.
The Great Laxey Mine Railway will become one of the latest Island attractions to welcome customers back this weekend.
Cycling on Strand street is irresponsible and puts pedestrians at risk.
Changes have been made to isolation rules, for those who test negative for Coronavirus.
The Isle of Man is not ready to move to the next stage in its border strategy.
Restrictions for birthing partners at the Islands Maternity Ward have been lifted.
It’s now 43 days in a row without a new case of Coronavirus on Island.
The Island's queen scallop season has begun with the same catch limits as 2019.
A pub in the south of the Island will re-open next week.
Police are investigating after damage was caused to a cafe in Douglas.
A new Manx football club is now a reality after it received approval to become a member of the Isle of Man Football Association this week.
People will be able to stay overnight at the Sulby Claddagh this season, but there will be some changes.
An Island organisation providing support to carers and people with care needs is set to benefit from a £100,000 donation.
There are no immediate plans to pedestrianise a busy street in Castletown on the weekends.
The Isle of Man Motor Museum has become one of the latest attractions to start welcoming back visitors.
One driver has been hit with a £120 and 2 points on their license, after being caught speeding.
It's the 42nd day in a row of no new Covid cases on Island.
Flights from the Isle of Man to Guernsey are now on sale.
Flights from the Isle of Man to Guernsey are expected to be available later this week.
Four more Manx National Heritage sites will open this weekend.
A man will appear in court again next month after breaching the Island’s lockdown laws.
An artificial intelligence scientist has appeared in court charged with assaulting a woman.
The Isle of Man Bank ‘needs to get a grip’ according to a commissioner in Peel, and reopen the town’s branch
Police are warning that cyber criminals have been adapting techniques to target residents, despite a drop in scams during lockdown.
Work to replace the Pulrose river bridge could start next year.
Restrictions on dog walking at Port Erin beach have come back into force today.
An inspection into the Church’s historical links to slavery has been called by the Lord Bishop.
Taxis are not allowed to use the bus and cycle lane on Glencrutchery Road.
Today marks the 41st day in a row without a new case of Coronavirus on Island.
The bonfire night fireworks display in Port Erin won't be going ahead on November 5 this year, according to the town's commissioners.
Firefighters in the North of the Island were mobilised this morning after a car fire broke out.
Routine dental check-ups have resumed on Island.
The House of Keys meets today, with attempts to reduce child hunger and the situation with the Island's borders on the agenda.
Criminal damage to several vehicles in Castletown is now being investigated by Police.
Commissioners in Peel will hold off on a response to plans for the town’s main shopping area, after concerns the public haven’t been properly consulted.
A new app has been created to help students stay safe online.
Although it won't take place in its traditional form, residents are encouraged to celebrate Tynwald Day from the comfort of their own homes.
The Manx Retirement Association (MRA) is restarting some of the activities for its members from next month.
A Member of Legislative Council (MLC) has become a member of the Department of Infrastructure.
A parish hall in the South of the Island has opened its doors again for residents.
It's now day 40 of no new coronavirus cases on Island.
Today's sailings to and from Heysham have been called off.
Officers in the North of the Island say several arrests were made at the weekend in what was described as a 'busy weekend' for Police.
There's potential disruption to sailings to and from Heysham today.
Authorities are looking into what caused a vehicle fire in Douglas in the early hours of this morning.
The situation around the Islands borders will be brought up in the House of Keys tomorrow.
Swimming pools across the Island are welcoming back residents from today.
An MHK wants to know more about possible further financial support for students amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Those interested in starting higher education on Island will get a chance to meet some of those teaching the courses tomorrow.
A new air bridge between the Isle of Man and Guernsey is being described as a 'major milestone' by Chief Minister, Howard Quayle MHK.
What progress has been made to mitigate hunger suffered by children during the summer holidays?
Sailings over the weekend and into next week have been rescheduled.
There were over 700 collisions on Manx roads in the twelve months up until the end of March this year.
Relay for Life Isle of Man's 'Win a Mini' raffle will go ahead this afternoon.
An iconic building in Port St Mary, which has been ’empty and deteriorating’ for over 30 years, could be demolished later this year.
The Henry Bloom Noble Library has now fully restored all its services.
The Steam Packet Company will celebrate its 190th anniversary next week.
A popular running event in Ramsey looks set to make a return this summer.
The Island's state of emergency has officially been lifted.
Plans have been submitted to demolish the Waterfall Hotel in Glen Maye and replace it with four terraced houses.
Noble's Park Fun Day will go ahead this year.
The Next store in Douglas is due to re-open next week.
A teenager who smashed his way into a stranger’s home in the middle of the night has been jailed.
A man accused of stealing alcohol from shops in Union Mills and Port Erin will appear in court again in August.
An incident where signs have been taken from an Island plantation and then destroyed is being looked into by authorities.
What will happen for those who were due to take exams this summer?
Police have received reports of young drivers driving recklessly on the Mountain.
The Chief Minister of Guernsey - Gavin St Pier is 'delighted' at the new air bridge with the Isle of Man.
Yesterday was officially the hottest day of the year so far, on the Isle of Man.
Police are appealing for information after a bike has been stolen in Ramsey.