The company investigating the extraction of gas from the Manx seabed insists the process used to access the fossil fuel is not ‘fracking’.
A man and a woman from Douglas will appear in court again next month over drug dealing and money-laundering charges.
Two teenagers from Douglas have appeared in court over an alleged assault at McDonalds.
The Island's College has become single-use plastic free.
37 people have applied to get £500 following the Laxey floods.
Police are investigating after a car clipped a pedestrian in the South of the Island.
The dropping of the TT zero will give time for the motorcycle industry to catch up on 'leading edge developments'.
Residents are being reminded an emergency services exercise is taking place in Douglas tonight.
Two off-road motorcycling events on Island generate almost £700,000 for the Manx economy each year.
Criminal damage to a car in Ballasalla is being looked into by Police.
The Island's largest ever cyber security conference is taking place in Douglas today.
A group of young students have demonstrated against anti-abortion campaigners in the Island's capital.
Police are appealing for information following 'senseless criminal damage' in the south of the Island.
Ramsey commissioners are looking for a new operator to manage the raft of outdoor activities available at the Mooragh Park.
The play area at the Sea Terminal in Douglas has been closed off because it was vandalised last week.
Has the play area at the Island's Sea Terminal closed?
Post which was due to leave the Island last night has been delayed.
A main stretch of road in Douglas will close for several hours tomorrow night.
The Chairman of the Steam Packet Company will step down next year.
MHK's are coming together for the first sitting of the House of Keys since its summer recess today.
How can we cut down on plastics during Hop Tu Naa this year?
There's just over one week to have your say on possible new laws for pop up beer tents during TT.
An organisation is being sought to run a series of facilities at Mooragh Park in Ramsey during next year.
Works are beginning today to improve road surfaces in Bride.
A professional artist and designer has become the latest addition to the Isle of Man Arts Council.
A wildlife conservation organisation on Island has received an important funding boost.
A red panda currently missing from Curragh’s Wildlife Park has been spotted.
The TT Zero Race will not go ahead for the next two years.
Princess Anne will make a one-day visit to the Island later this week.
Former government ministers will appear before a committee today over the £26-million loss from a government fund.
Police are investigating after criminal damage was caused to a home in Peel.
Options on how to repair damage to a wall at Laxey breakwater is being looked into by officials.
How many Laxey residents have applied for and will receive £500 in light of the recent flooding?
Campaigners fighting to make the Island's public transport free will explain more about their aims at a meeting in Douglas next month.
A collision in Braddan is being looked into by Police.
A restaurant overlooking Port Erin beach says it's closed its doors for the last time.
There are plans to revamp and diversify a building in the heart of Douglas.
An annual sporting-themed event from an Island firm has raised thousands for two local charities.
Early this morning, Emergency Services responded to reports of a crash near the Blackboards.
A mobile phone sparked a fire alert at an Island secondary school yesterday.
Police say they're armed with a new weapon to stop criminals who flee in their vehicles.
Residents in Port St Mary fear digging below the former Bay View Hotel could cause the collapse of a main road.
Damage caused by off-road vehicles and erosion in the Manx countryside will be discussed in the House of Keys next week.
If you've ever fancied owning your own Formula 1 car, Onchan Commissioners may have just the thing.
Isle of Man Post Office is thanking the government over its support for plans to re-shape its operations.
Crowds of people are expected to see super models on display at the Island's family library next month.
Port St Mary has a new lifeboat this week as its regular boat undergoes work in the UK.
Balthane Industrial Estate could be in line for expansion.
Police are warning of a 'large bump' under the surface of the Mountain Road which has appeared overnight.
A woman’s been given a suspended prison sentence after taking a cocktail of drink and drugs before struggling with police.
A man will appear in court in December over allegations he had an imitation firearm and two knives in his car.
A derelict building in Ramsey has now been taken off the protected buildings register.
How often does the DOI make sure drains and gullies are cleared on the Douglas to Ramsey Coast Road?
The new skate park being built at Poulsom Park in Castletown is going to be ‘world class’ according to the man behind the project.
The Manx Electric Railway will be discussed when the House of Keys returns from its summer recess next week.
Garff Commissioners has moved to assure people that businesses in Laxey remain open as normal.
Police are appealing for witnesses after two bicycles were stolen from the Island's capital.
Curragh's Wildlife Park is missing one of its residents.
Todays sitting of Tynwald has been suspended due to a power issue.
A Tynwald Committee will examine the problems caused by recent flooding in Laxey.
Isle of Man Post Office is looking to reassure customers following a vote for strike action from workers in the UK.
Police are appealing for information after a bus shelter in Douglas was vandalised.
The Folk Gallery at the Manx Museum is 'no longer fit for purpose', according to Enterprise Minister, Laurence Skelly MHK.
Douglas Councillors have proposed that local authorities should have more control over their rental income.
A modernised rates system plan has been approved by Tynwald.
Health Minister, David Ashford MHK, has responded over public dismay about department property being sent to auction.
The government has now appointed a flood liaison officer to assist residents on Glen Road in Laxey.
Officials are looking for contractors to construct a new TT exhibition at the Manx Museum.
A cat nearly joined its owners on holiday, after sneaking into their hand luggage.
The Isle of Man has been cleared of any wrong-doing concerning its VAT treatment on imported jets, following an investigation by the UK Treasury.
Snapchat users are being warned about a message circulating on Island.
Glen Road in Laxey is set to remain closed for nearly four months.
A court’s heard a man from Douglas was found to have 1,000 indecent images of children.
A man who interfered with a police investigation into criminal damage at a pizza outlet in Douglas has been fined.
More than 3,600 operations on Island have been cancelled in the last 12 months.
Manx motorists are being urged to make sure their vehicles are ready for winter.
There have been 69 assaults on medical staff in the last 12 months.
Residents and businesses will get the chance to discuss the refurbishment of Douglas Promenade with officials behind the project tomorrow.
A vital funding boost is helping a local charity which has recently launched a cross-generation mental health and wellbeing programme.
Young Island people will get the chance to experience the world of game development next month.
Airline Flybe is to be re-named 'Virgin Connect' as part of its new era.
A war veteran is celebrating a milestone birthday.
Police resorted to using a taser at the weekend, after a man threatened to end his own life.
Three-way traffic lights at Braddan Bridge will now operate during off-peak times.
A person was treated for minor injuries following a crash on the Creg ny Baa Back Road last night.
The Island's housing situation, the future of Manx Radio and bus services during TT are among the topics of discussion in Tynwald today.
Plans for new outdoor sports faciliyies at Castle Rushen High School will be displayed to the public this week.
Councillors in Douglas have debated whether to put commercial adverts on the authority’s vehicles and bins in a bid to boost income.
Manannan sailings to and from Liverpool will once again take slightly longer today.
Emergency Services were called out to a collision over the weekend.
Another phone scam circulating on Island has prompted further warnings from Police.
Could you help a local charity look after disabled birds?
Could an Island charity be taking its expertise to India?
24/7 traffic lights will be in place on Braddan Bridge for the next week.
A local charity supporting Island children says its work has reached nearly 5,000 youngsters in the last academic year.
The Department of Infrastructure is giving residents notice of the suspension of parking on New Road in Laxey.
Work to replace engine components on the Manannan will get underway this evening.
Manannan passengers are being reminded crossings on the craft today will take longer than usual.
National and local politicians in Laxey have welcomed promises of action from the chairman of Manx Utilities (MU), after homes along Glen Road were hit by flooding.
Emergency services were mobilised yesterday after a property flooded in the South of the Island.
Assaults on medical staff will be a subject of discussion at tomorrows Tynwald sitting.
There are plans to have a camp site for TT visitors at the National Sports Centre in Douglas for next years event.
What initiatives are in place to help the disabled access Douglas Promenade during the refurbishment project?
Police have recently dealt with scams which have seen people £30,000 worse off.
A new active travel route for cycling and walking is being proposed in Pulrose.
An amber weather warning for heavy rain and localised flooding is in force today.
The Island’s Manannan vessel has been experiencing problems in Liverpool this afternoon.
The £500 payment promised to all those affected by the floods in Laxey is a ‘nice gesture, but a drop in the ocean compared to what’s needed’.
Aspiring firefighters are being reminded they can see if they've got what it takes to join during next week.
Major incidents such as last weeks Laxey floods show how we must 'stand together as a community'.
Police say more vehicle checks can be expected as days get shorter over the coming weeks and months.
The government wants to increase the amount of cycling facilities at an Island high school.
An MHK wants to know how many Freedom of Information requests have been made to Manx Radio.
The Department of Infrastructure has suggested a date for next year’s local authority elections.
A court’s heard a man was knocked unconscious for five minutes during an attack in the capital’s main shopping street.
The main pool at the National Sports Centre has been declared "fully operational."
The chairman of Manx Utilities has apologised to all villagers in Laxey affected by the major flooding, which took place earlier this month.
The government is offering financial support for those affected by last weeks floods in Laxey.
A man who admitted possessing hundreds of pounds worth of heroin has been given a conditional discharge by magistrates.
A court’s heard a man was so drunk he couldn’t remember spitting at police or punching a total stranger outside a Douglas restaurant.
Does the Isle of Man have a housing crisis?
Police are warning residents of scam circulating the Island.
Will there be more buses to and from the Airport for TT 2020?
Emergency Services were called to a fire yesterday morning.
Works are progressing on getting the Laxey Wheel turning once more.
A local charity is highlighting Baby Loss Awareness Week.
A local business has donated more than £4,000 to the Lisa Lowe Centre to mark World Mental Health Day.
St John Ambulance will deliver a two-day First Aid course on Mental Health next year.
The logo of Extinction Rebellion has been drawn on the pavements outside Ramsey Town Hall.
Police are warning residents of scam involving parcel collection cards.
The devastating floods in Laxey last week will be discussed at an emergency meeting tonight.
A new Manx football club has been officially affiliated with the Isle of Man FA.
Police are appealing for information over damage caused to a vehicle in Douglas.
Do you have any photo memories of Douglas town centre in the 90s?
Would you like to help plant trees this weekend?
Concept designs have been published for a new play park in Castletown.
Today marks World Mental Health Day.