A man’s been put on probation after police caught him carrying a knife in Douglas.
A drunken mum-to-be from Douglas who struggled with police has avoided an immediate jail sentence.
Ever wondered what it would be like to swim up close with seals just off our coast?
An Onchan MHK has weighed in on whether changes to electoral boundaries have confused residents in her constituency.
Manx athletes will be a topic of discussion in the next House of Keys sitting tomorrow.
Those operating fishing vessels are being asked for their views on monitoring systems for their boats.
Could Jurby Industrial Estate be set for expansion?
Braddan Commissioners are set to revamp childrens playgrounds in the area.
Two men have been arrested after a member of the public was allegedly assaulted in Peel.
A series of hoax calls to emergency services last night have been branded as 'disgusting' and 'shameful' by police.
An MHK will ask about the business plans for a new school for in the South of the Island.
The refurbishment taking place on Douglas Promenade will be discussed when MHK's meet next week.
The Island's largest annual sporting event takes place today.
Overnight parking fees in car parks by Douglas Promenade are being suspended from Monday.
Peel Town Commissioners have welcomed plans for a sewage treatment plant to end the discharge of raw sewage into the town bay.
A project is underway to drastically improve a busy main highway in the South of the Island.
A group of ex-armed forces veterans who sustained life-changing injuries while serving in the line of duty will return to the Island next month.
A 'miracle' lemur at Curraghs Wildlife Park is celebrating its first birthday.
Ramsey Commissioners discussed the implications of 5G at a meeting last night (20 June), after residents expressed fears over its impact on human health.
The Department of Infrastructure was left red-faced after a mishap with a new road sign in Peel.
A man facing weapons, drugs and money laundering charges will appear in court again next month.
What thought has been given to licensing the production of cannabis for medical purposes?
The inquest into the death of a woman from Castletown gets underway this afternoon.
The issues of littering and fly-tipping around the Island will be brought up in the House of Keys next week.
Bank holiday dates for 2020 have been revealed.
A new festival looking to bring together researchers from all industries on the Island takes place next month.
Manx Wildlife Trust has reported incidents of fly-tipping in the South of the Island.
Five cycle-friendly lanes and 100 metres of boardwalk through wetlands will be part of the Island's Heritage Trail.
A number of 'After Prom Parties' planned for year 11 students have been cancelled.
The case against a Douglas man accused of rape has been dismissed.
Multiple Island agencies were called out earlier this week to track down a missing person.
Police have confirmed a man was stabbed during an incident in Douglas on Wednesday.
The increase to the minimum wage from later this year 'encourages equality and fairness' in society.
An Island charity is supporting the declaration of a climate change emergency in Tynwald this week.
The government has used just over £110,000 from its Brexit Fund.
A 14-year-old boy from Douglas will take on a near 200-mile walk next month looking to raise thousands for a Manx charity.
The number of hotel rooms on Island has increased by around 26 per cent over three years.
An 8ft long piece of oak is to be transformed into a sculpture by the children of Malew, and then take its place along the ‘Silverburn Art Trail’.
Marshals of the Southern 100 races have reaffirmed their commitment to work with counterparts on the other side of the world.
Police are warning people to avoid a 'swarm of Bees' in Onchan.
Emergency Services are currently tackling a huge gorse fire in the west of the Island.
A mysterious 'pink powder' has been discovered in the East of the Island.
The Island's minimum wage will go up later this year.
A man has been seriously injured and another arrested following a disturbance in Douglas.
An independently-led climate emergency transformation team is to be established.
A Polish man who assaulted his disabled brother has been ordered to do community service.
An alleged arsonist from Douglas will appear in court again next month.
New online counselling services for those dealing with stress, depression and anxiety are now available for Manx residents.
The number of people on the Isle of Man arrested for being in possession of a knife doubled in 2017/18.
The most popular baby names on Island for 2018 have been revealed.
German Commissioners have expressed concerns over the possible loss of the St John’s post office counter, a service described as ‘vital’ for the village community.
People are being reminded Doctors appointments won't be available later this month.
Entries are now open for the Island's second UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man Awards.
A man from England has died after being taken ill aboard the Ben-my-Chree yesterday.
Tynwald sits this morning, with TV licences for older people firmly on the agenda.
More than 99 per cent of people who responded to a consultation back legalising cannabis for medical purposes.
Drone owners on the Isle of Man could be facing more restrictions as the Civil Aviation Authority consults on new rules.
Payroll problems mean one lucky government worker was overpaid by more than £17,000 - but they'll now have to repay the money.
The chairman of Ramsey Commissioners says an agreement over the future of the town’s historic courthouse will have a ‘positive impact’ on ratepayers.
A giant yellow jigsaw character who's gone AWOL has sparked an appeal to the public for help.
Crew members have arrived on the Island to begin work on a new Bollywood movie that'll showcase the Island's roadracing heritage.
Unemployment stayed level last month, according to the government's latest figures.
A woman who drove her car over a cliff onto rocks at Scarlett has thanked her rescuers.
A man's been bailed as he faces trial on charges of theft and criminal damage.
The driver of a vehicle that went over the edge at Scarlett in Castletown is home and 'recovering'.
An Island wildlife organisation is asking people to keep their eyes peeled for animals in difficulty, after a seal was spotted tangled in rope.
A driver who was caught by police using his mobile phone has been handed a £250 fine.
A decision has been made over the future of Ramsey Courthouse.
Which car parks have hitched their prices up?
A man's been remanded in prison as he faces trial on charges of theft and criminal damage.
Patrick Commissioners are opposing plans to build a sewage treatment works in Glenfaba.
Does the Island need more charging points for electric vehicles?
Police are appealing for information after a fail-to-stop collision in the Island's capital.
The phone of a TT rider who died earlier this year has still not been found.
Emergency Services were called out after a vehicle went over the edge at Scarlett in Castletown.
A Police Officer has been left "shaking their head" at drivers on the Mountain Road.
Emergency Services were called out to a property fire in the south of the Island yesterday.
The Island's minimum wage looks set to rise, as Tynwald discusses the issue next week.
Campaigners say last year saw a huge jump in the number of women travelling to the UK from the Isle of Man for abortions.
Douglas Council claims it’s losing money from its car parks, due to the temporary spaces offered by government on Loch Promenade walkway.
A court's heard how a motorist hit two cyclists after being blinded by bright sunshine.
A TT hero with 11 wins to his name is set to be commemorated with a special coin.
How much food is wasted on the Isle of Man?
Douglas Coastguard helped someone trapped on a cliff face.
Police are appealing for information after a driver damaged a parked car but didn't leave any details.
A Port Erin company director has been remanded in custody as he faces charges of attacking his elderly parents in their home.
Will the Island's pensioners still get free TV licences in future?
A videogame company has announced a sequel to its bestselling TT game.
A Scottish man has appeared in court charged in connection with a £200,000 shipment of cocaine found at Douglas Sea Terminal.
The Island's Post Office is releasing a set of 'Peter Pan' coins.
The Island's energy from the waste plant has produced more than 52,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions on average over a 10-year period.
An MHK has called on the Council of Ministers to ‘firmly’ oppose any activity which causes more harm to people suffering in a humanitarian crisis.
Residents are going to be asked what they think about the Island's roads, transport links, cycle routes and footpaths.
The chair of Douglas Council’s housing committee insists there’s nothing wrong with the authority’s eviction process.
There are no plans to offer routine cervical screening tests to women aged between 20 and 24.
A Manx Police helmet signed by top TT riders has raised more than £2,000 for charity.
Enjoyed seeing the brightly coloured wallabies across the Island? Well now you can create your own!
There were 62 crashes during TT this year.
The Hooded Ram ‘fully intends’ to return to the bottleneck car park in Douglas to provide TT entertainment in 2020.
Police are appealing for information after a bike was stolen in the Island's capital.
Those behind plans for a new heritage centre in Port Erin say it would support the mission of attracting more people to the South.
The Isle of Man Courts remain on the lookout for new magistrates.
Police arrested 148 people during this year's TT.
A large stretch of a main highway has been closed off after a crash this morning.
RNLI crews were called to the aid of a yacht off the Islands coast this week.
Island officials are continuing to work with colleages in the UK to make sure the Island is represented in Brexit negotiations.
Onchan Commissioners have no objection to a bid to remove Groudle Glen Hotel from the Island’s protected buildings register.
Sheltered housing for older people in the South of the Island could be set for an overhaul.
Officials are still seeking views on mental health services on the Isle of Man.
More than 1,400 people used the Island's horse trams this TT - costing the tax payer more than £700.
Police are warning people to careful around railway crossings on the Island.
Changes could soon be coming to a Douglas primary school.
Those behind the refurbishment on Douglas Promenade are thanking the public for their patience during TT.
The Football League club which runs a popular football camp for aspiring Manx footballers is looking forward to returning to the Island.
A new headteacher is set to be at the heart of a school in the North of the Island.
This afternoons sailing from Heysham to the Isle of Man could be facing delays.
Several new four-legged friends have joined the police... and you could help them with their training!
Castletown Commissioners is looking to create extra options for coaches to park in the town.
Lowering the cervical screening age, the Island's 'fairy houses' and locals views on Brexit will be discussed in the House of Keys this morning.
The situation surrounding free TV licences for over 75s on Island is to be looked into by the government.
Public views are still wanted on the future of the Islands private healthcare.
Dog owners are being asked to clean up after their pets around the Islands reservoirs.
Commissioners in Port Erin are looking to build a new heritage centre in the town.
Organisers of the Southern 100 Road Races have been encouraged by the amount of riders entering the competition.
A collision in the West of the Island yesterday is being looked into by authorities.
A baby pet lamb who'd been searching for a loving new home has now got one!
Police have confirmed they have found a deceased woman in Port Erin bay.