The government has confirmed Gary Cobb has been appointed Airport Director at the Isle of Man Airport.
Ramsey MHK Dr Alex Allinson will ask House of Keys members to introduce a bill - which would enable adults who are terminally ill - to request assisted dying.
Temporary two-way traffic lights will be in place this week as the Fairy Bridge is fixed.
A Liverpool man who broke a bone in a taxi driver’s face during a drunken attack will be sentenced in June.
Government is asking people to stop using poisonous slug pellets to protect their gardens.
Manx Gas is holding 'Meet the CEO and MD' drop in sessions this week.
A woman who didn’t tell benefits staff her husband was living with her was wrongly paid more than £17,800 in benefits.
Ramsey Town Commissioners are under fire for apparently 'stifling' local businesses.
The TT races are set to be completely carbon neutral for the very first time this year.
Police have seen an increase in young people entering derelict properties across the Island.
The Department for Enterprise is aware there is 'a need to re-energise town centres.'
Students at Ballakermeen have raised more than £1,300 for the Red Cross, to support their work in Ukraine.
One of the last Beach Buddies events before TT will take place tomorrow in Port Erin.
Police are appealing for information after car parts were stolen from Andreas Airfield.
The Isle of Man Arts Council has announced the opening of a new Short Film Fund.
Part of a busy Douglas road will be one-way this weekend for essential works on a collapsed wall.
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The Island's Fire Service has issued some fire safety tips for those camping over the TT period.
A Netflix show starring a Manx actor is confirmed to return for two more seasons.
Manx students can still apply for financial assistance to study in the arts.
A rugby club in the South of the Island have claimed their second win for a charity event.
The Isle of Man Constabulary has confirmed James Price, who strangled and killed his mother last year, has been sentenced to an indefinite hospital order with restrictions.
Dr Alex Allinson has been appointed Treasury Minister with immediate effect.
Former Treasury Minister David Ashford has admitted 'toxic and vitriolic social media comments' were part of his reason for resigning.
David Ashford MBE MHK has stepped down from his role as Treasury Minister with immediate effect.
18 buses could be cancelled today.
The government is developing policy on the use of e-scooters, which are currently illegal on public roads and pavements.
A man who sent topless pictures of himself to his ex-girlfriend after being warned by her advocate not to contact her has admitted harassment.
The decision of trialing a cashless system at Ronaldsway airport car park was partly due to lower cost.
A man will spend a year on probation after trying to have £450 worth of cannabis sent to him through the post.
The Department of Education, Sport and Culture will appear before a Tynwald Committee.
A plaque will be unveiled this weekend to mark the birthplace of the Manxman who contributed to the creation of the BBC.
Isle of Man History Day is taking place this weekend.
More than 350 people are set to take part in this weekend's Race the Sun challenge, to raise money for The Children's Centre.
Douglas has been awarded city status by Her Majesty the Queen.
The new cashless parking system at the Island’s airport is now set to launch on Tuesday.
Police are appealing for information after a woman was found needing medical treatment after the Peel Fire Festival.
Political Party Liberal Vannin considers the Chief Minister's statement in Tynwald this week 'an exercise in buying time.'
VillaGaiety will be offering a British Sign Language interpreter at more of its performances to make them more accessible.
Tynwald has voted to approve the Department for Enterprise's visit strategy for the next ten years.
This year's Douglas Carnival will go ahead.
Police say they're 'having issues' with people not respecting parking restrictions in the south of the Island.
A man's admitted damaging a door and possessing cannabis, but will face trial after denying harassment.
Ramsey Marina will be protected by an artificial reef powered by renewable energy.
Prosecutors have dropped an allegation of criminal damage against a man from Douglas.
A initiative to make Ramsey a 'Dog pee & poop free zone' has sparked debate on social media.
A man accused of causing grievous bodily harm has been committed to the Court of General Gaol Delivery.
Douglas Borough Council has confirmed Noble's Park Fun Day will be returning this summer.
The Constabulary is warning residents of scam emails seeming to be from their employer.
Household rubbish collections for Douglas residents are expected to move from weekly to fortnightly by early autumn.
A woman will be sentenced in June after admitting dealing cannabis.
Police are appealing for information after damage was caused in Ramsey over the weekend.
A review of the Curragh's Wildlife Park will be carried out this summer to identify a set of long term and sustainable goals.
The Island's Hospice is on the lookout for volunteers.
High levels of staff absence at Ballakermeen High School means some students will have to work from home this week.
Castle View Nursing Home says the health and wellbeing of residents is its 'absolute priority', following a nurse being struck off for verbally and physically abusing dementia patients.
The results of an employment tribunal into the sacking of the Island's former medical director has 'damaged confidence' in government.
A local 7-year-old boy will walk 13 miles to raise money for the Island's Hospice.
Search Dog Ruby has passed her exams with flying colours.
New measures are being taken to improve bathing water quality in Peel while work continues to progress the area’s sewage treatment scheme.
The new Isle of Man Ferry Terminal in Liverpool is expected to be completed in June 2023.
A man's been bound over to keep the peace after appearing in court over an alleged assault on a woman.
Plans have been submitted to build beach huts available for hire on Queen's Promenade in Douglas.
The Manx Whale and Dolphin Watch is reminding people to keep reporting sighting of the Island's favourite dolphins.
Douglas Borough Council is getting behind #WorldBeeDay2022 with an event in the capital to raise awareness.
The launch of the cashless parking system at the Isle of Man Airport has been postponed.
The Isle of Man's Chief Secretary has announced his retirement from the government.
School leaders on the Island have voted to accept a revised pay offer.
A nurse who physically and verbally abused dementia patients at a care home in the west of the Island has been struck off.
A man who denies assaulting a woman is due to appear in court again in June.
A £20 bag of cannabis has cost a man £800 after magistrates heard he'd been caught with drugs for the third time.
An owl trapped in the Island's Legislative buildings was rescued at the weekend.
A new £12.6m social housing development has been officially handed over to Douglas Borough Council.
Manx Care is hosting its first public open day and Annual Public Meeting later this month.
The Infrastructure Minister will be asked about Ramsey's Queen's Pier in Tynwald this week.
A report from the Department of Infrastructure outlines budget details of the new Ferry Terminal in Liverpool.
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The Island's parishes are green transport champions, according to the latest data released by government from last year's census.
The Department of Infrastructure is asking motorists to respect temporary speed limits on the TT course, as it installs new electronic flags for racing.
The Manx Wildlife Trust is hosting a 'Wellbeing Walk in the Woods' for Mental Health Awareness Week.
Resurfacing works will be carried out on South Promenade in Ramsey next week.
Rushen Heritage Trust's season of talks will end next week with 'Around the South in 30 Objects.'
A local teenager has won a national fishing award.
A court's heard a benefits fraudster failed to declare business accounts with more than £110,000 in them as well as £20,000 payments he'd received for his children's school fees.
A woman who assaulted a police officer and later smashed windows with a scaffolding pole has had her sentence cut by a third after appeal.
Douglas will gain a car park but lose another next week.
A man will be sentenced in June after admitting stealing his friend's BMW and crashing it on the Mountain Road.
FC Isle of Man will be invited to a reception with the Island's Lieutenant Governor to mark the team's success.
The findings of a recent employment tribunal 'raise a number of concerning broader questions about the culture within the Isle of Man government.'
The Island's Fire and Rescue Service has been counting down to TT this week.
The Minister for Health and Social Care will be asked about Long Covid services in Tynwald next week.
Airline Loganair says coronavirus means it's halving its flights to London City airport over the next fortnight.
One further Covid-19 related death has been recorded.
A new Youtube video is showing off a close encounter with some curious seals off the Island's coast.
A teenager will appear in court again next month after admitting riding a scooter without a licence.
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Two local mental health charities have partnered up to create a 'louder voice' in removing the stigma around mental health.
The Island's Financial Intelligence Unit says up to £1.9 million of Russian assets have been frozen on the Island.
Figures from last year's census show Douglas is the Island's biker capital.
A man accused of trying to have more than £2,000 worth of cannabis posted to him will appear in court again in July.
The Manx Wildlife Trust is asking people to help wildlife affected by an oil spill in Peel Harbour.
Anyone who receives a duplicate rate demand should disregard the original.
TT ace Peter Hickman's team says technical staff were involved in a car crash involving a vehicle he'd been given to come to this year's festival in.
The Island's capital has a new mayor.
The government says there are currently no plans to introduce minimum pricing for alcohol as it overhauls the Island's licensing laws.
The latest data released by government from last year's census shows fossil fuels still dominate homes on the Island.
A man who stamped on his girlfriend during a sustained attack has been remanded in custody.
A former medical director at the Department of Health and Social Care was unfairly dismissed after raising concerns over the government's coronavirus response.
Organisers of the Commonwealth Games have revealed when the Queen's baton relay will arrive on the Isle of Man.
Big Splash Gala Ball raises £29,965 for Hospice
Around 60% of those who responded to a survey believe climate change is already affecting the Isle of Man.
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Changes could be made to the health and social care complaints process, if backed by Tynwald.
Island landmarks were lit green on Monday as part of Mental Health Awareness Week.
A local charity is advising people how to look after baby birds.
The new pedestrian crossing in Kirk Michael is now in operation.
Police, the Coastguard and RNLI were called to Port St Mary after clothes were left near the water.
A Robin has been rescued after becoming stuck behind pumps in a pub!
Work to rebuild the damaged Sunken Gardens on Douglas Promenade won’t be completed before TT.
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Fears someone was carrying a knife, turned out to be a gardening tool.
Bookings for sailings to next year's TT will open later this month.
A father and daughter who specialise in mental health and wellbeing will deliver a free web seminar for Mental Health Awareness Week.
Michael Dunlop has joined Hawk Racing to compete in this year's TT.
Beware - puppy scams bite.
Primary School children are set to learn how to cope in an emergency for this year's Crucial Crew project.
Government will continue to support the Family Library for the next five years.
The Constabulary is encouraging residents to approach rush hour differently this TT.
The Island's Chamber of Commerce is collaborating with Isle Listen for Mental Health Awareness Week.
The new cashless parking system at Ronaldsway Airport will come into effect from Tuesday May 17.
The Isle of Man Constabulary has outlined plans for the roads to keep people safe during TT.
The Constabulary has launched its road safety campaign ahead of this year's TT.
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A man who made repeated 999 calls to complain he’d been thrown out of a nightclub has been banned from buying booze.
The new app-based system for parking at the airport 'should be simple enough' according to the Infrastructure Minister.
A local design company is asking the public to help name the carousel horses at Silverdale Glen.
From today (9) the Department of Infrastructure will be hedge cutting along the TT course.
A local charity is looking for more volunteers.
Public drop-in events held by the Northern Wellbeing Partnership are taking place today.
A new 'Green Restaurant' could be coming to the south of the Island, subject to planning approval.
Changes to car parking at the airport are expected to be in place in the next couple of weeks.
A man’s appeared in court to deny stealing a trailer worth £9,000 and fraudulently trying to sell another.
A new Long Term Benefits Support Payment of £150 is the latest measure announced to protect people against the rising cost of living.
A teenager’s seen charges against him withdrawn after he accepted a caution from police.
Police in the south of the Island are appealing for information after a large quantity of heating oil was stolen.
Manx singer Samantha Barks has described performing at New York's Carnegie Hall as 'one of the best days of her life'.
Beach Buddies will be heading north this weekend!
Police are reminding drivers to slow down during school pick up and drop off times.
A cat has died in a house fire in Douglas.
Issues raised by local historian 'should have been sorted a long time ago.'
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Four Manx Care anaesthetists have had manslaughter charges against them dismissed after challenging their committal to the Court of General Gaol Delivery.
A taxi driver accused of killing a Douglas pensioner and leaving the scene has been remanded in custody.
Hospice Isle of Man and Rebecca House have paid tribute to former Douglas Mayor, Debbie Pitts.
A fisherman who spat at a police officer after drunkenly abusing shop staff will be sentenced in June.
Arbory and Rushen Parish Commissioners are holding an event to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
The Education Minister was asked about education pathways for home schooled children in the House of Keys this week.
KFC is advertising for staff ahead of the opening of the new store on Peel Road.
Santander won't be offering counter cash services after its refurbishment.
It’s been revealed the Western Civic Amenity Site is in financial difficulty.
A further two Covid-19 deaths have been recorded on Island in the last week.
A new bus timetable will come into force from Monday.
A man's been fined over a drunken struggle with a bouncer at the Island's casino.
The Manx Utilities Authority is approaching the final phase of its Regional Sewage Treatment Strategy.
Castletown Commissioners say they're 'disappointed'- after vandals targeted the south of the Island.
A local charity is taking over the Manx Basking Shark Sightings Scheme.
A woman's appeared in court to deny assaulting a man in Ramsey.
The first orthopaedic procedures - in conjuction with Synaptik - have been delivered at Noble’s Hospital.
Hospice Isle of Man is encouraging difficult conversations for Dying Matters Awareness Week.
A local artist is calling on all dog owners on Island.
A man accused of hiding heroin up his bottom will appear in court again in June.
The government's revealed nine Island companies were paid more than a million pounds each under its coronavirus salary support scheme.
A court's heard a man arrested for having cannabis in a grinder later repeatedly dialled 999 to ask for it back.
The Department of Infrastructure says it's now removed some temporary speed limits which had caused comment on social media.
A local theatre company has been awarded 'Best Musical' at regional awards.
A new monthly market will take place in Peel on the first Saturday of every month.
The Hospice's 'Silent Auction' is now live.
UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man has launched a Young Nature Writer competition.
A local historian has produced a video displaying his views on how the Island appears to visitors, sending it to every MHK.
A company looking for oil and gas in Manx territorial waters has been granted a 27 month extension.
A man who bit one police officer and kicked another has walked free from court after serving his prison sentence on remand.
'Paint your own Dolphin' workshops are taking place over the next few months with The Big Splash 2022.
The final deadline to enter this year's Parish Walk is approaching.
A Merseyside man who tried to smuggle more than six kilogrammes of cannabis to the Island will appear in court again in May.
Tynwald will be asked next month to approve an uplift in the amount public sector workers can claim for mileage allowance.
The list of Manx athletes who will represent the Island at this year's Commonwealth Games has been announced.
Government is aware of an issue with a batch of rate demands and apologises for the error.
University College Isle of Man is now offering two new art degrees, validated by the University of Chester.
A unique set of stamps has been released to celebrate 100 years of the Manx Museum.