A petition will go before Tynwald tomorrow geared toward securing the Island maritime benefits beyond the 12 nautical mile territory currently assigned.
A free Manx Gaelic song workshop is taking place next month, led by a local singer.
MHK Daphne Caine will be pushing for Tynwald to annul their decision to extend the landfill operation at Wright's Pit North in Bride.
Henry Bloom Noble Library has been praised by a UK charity for its ‘impactful services’ to the community.
What alternatives to a new sea wall in Douglas have been considered?
Police are currently trying to locate a missing teenager from the Glen Vine area.
The Isle of Man Memory Clinic has ranked in the top 10% of accredited services according to a report.
The Isle of Man Constabulary is warning of a scam circulating on the Roads Policing Unit Facebook page.
Michelle Mone has said she has done 'nothing wrong' in her first interview since the £200 million PPE scandal broke.
A grant of almost £35,000 has been awarded to Scouts Isle of Man for the reconstruction of a climbing wall.
There has been no consideration given to installing speed humps along Governors Hill.
The Manx Wildlife Trust has been 'blown away by everyone's generosity,' following an appeal for food for its seals.
Tesco yesterday committed to stocking local suppliers and products in all their stores set for 2024.
Police are looking for witnesses after a parked car was damaged at Noble's Hospital.
Motorists are reminded there are two festive fundraisers planned for the Island's roads today.
Tomorrow's crossings to and from Heysham have been cancelled due to the adverse weather forecast.
The Island’s Police Dog Unit has welcomed a new recruit as Simba has now passed his training.
More than 100 jobs will be created as part of the Tesco takeover of the Island’s Shoprite stores.
There's 'no excuse' for animal cruelty, say the Mann Cat Sanctuary, following three recent incidents.
Some sailings tomorrow are subject to possible disruption or cancellation due to the weather.
If you're looking for something a bit different this Christmas, how does the story of the nativity with all the key characters played by dogs sound?
A new guide to the folklore sites of the Isle of Man has be released, including pictures, maps and directions.
A recently created Facebook group geared toward uncovering potentially problematic relationship partners, has been causing a storm on Island.
Stones have been removed from Laxey Beach by the Department of Infrastructure to help ‘lessen’ coastal overtopping in the village.
A local charity plans to extend its school holiday scheme thanks to a £76,000 grant.
A planning application has been submitted for Peel's regional sewage treatment strategy.
Local lad Joe Locke is set to make his Broadway debut as Tobias in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.
No further disruption is expected at the Airport today as it's reopened following staff sickness.
Do you happen to have any unused car or motorbike number plates currently gathering dust?
A festive campaign has commenced to ensure party goers get home safely after their Christmas nights out.
Braddan Commissioners housing officer has raised more than £1,400 for TT and Manx Grand Prix charities over the last two years.
The Hedgehog Lady of Peel says there's 'no room at the inn' as she's unable to take in any more hedgehogs.
The Isle of Man Post Office is advising of mail disruption due to cancelled sailings.
How much power do the Office of Fair Trading have with regards to stopping prices at the fuel pumps from spiralling?
Proposed changes to the Ramsey boundary seem to be 'over the top' and haven't been consulted on appropriately.
An open evening for those considering a career in nursing is taking place tonight.
A yellow weather warning for heavy rain will be in place on Island for most of the day.
The airfield at the Island’s airport will be closed until just after 9am this morning.
Most of today’s sailings have been cancelled due to the weather forecast.
Plans have been submitted for a purpose built medicinal cannabis production facility on the Island.
An angry mother has taken to Facebook to vent their frustrations after her young daughter was refused entry to a bus after she misplaced her 80p bus fare.
Help is on hand for those struggling with their winter energy bills.
Figures for people using the horse trams this season has seen a near 30,000 drop in passengers since 2018.
The Heritage Trail from Glen Lough to Union Mills is closed until later this month due to maintenance works.
The respite unit for adults with learning disabilities at Radcliffe Villas is now supporting 37% more families than in 2018.
Two of today's sailings will now depart early due to the forecast adverse weather.
Some of the Manxman’s sailings later in the week are subject to possible disruption or cancellation due to the weather forecast.
The requirement for Manx Travelers to have an NHS COVID Pass when travelling has ended.
A new public piano has been installed at the Sea Terminal in memory of a young, local musician.
The Villa Gaiety could be set to receive new, more energy efficient light and sound equipment.
There's a varied order paper in today's second to last House of Keys sitting of the year.
University College Isle of Man has introduced a new engineering qualification which provides a route to studying the subject at university.
A report is due back to Tynwald next week about the possibility of adding fluoride to the Island's water supply.
A planning application has been submitted for a housing estate behind The Ginger Hall Hotel in Sulby.
Garff Commissioners have unanimously objected to a planning application for a new visitor entrance hub at the Laxey Wheel.
Patrick Commissioners’ rates setting may be affected by the recent resignations of three board members.
Peel Commissioners say a planning application for a new bowling green, cafe and toilets will improve the town if it gets the go-ahead.
Ramsey Town Commissioners organised a memorial service for the 114th anniversary of S.S Ellan Vannin.
The island has a new Captain of the Parish after a ceremony at the governor's house.
The Island's Fire and Rescue Service is asking people to stay safe as they get ready for Christmas.
Has a shorter horse tram route in Douglas meant fewer passengers?
It's been a very lively morning on the roads today, with extremely icy conditions in and around Douglas.
A new nightclub concept for the Island is launching today in a familiar space.
Police have launched the Island's annual Christmas anti-drink and drug drive campaign.
A new Father Christmas experience is set to be trialed this December, with plans for a big roll out in Christmas 2024.
Manx Care are set to trial a new process where patients are informed of their appointments six weeks prior to the appointment date.
In the last five years there's been 17 incidents involving knives that have led to hospitalisation.
The UK government says it will look at options to fund improvements at Heysham's ferry terminal to upgrade the Isle of Man route.
In the last year 41 people have experienced cancer reoccurrences, with 10 instances of secondary cancers recorded
The DOI have closed a number of roads over night, due to the snowfall.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning about freezing and snowy conditions over the next two days.
The Met Office says snow will fall over higher ground later today.
Police are asking witnesses to come forward after a UK-registered BMW was involved in a hit-and-run incident.
Two Douglas Methodist churches have become the first on the Island to agree to perform same-sex marriages.
An Island wildlife charity is appealing for urgent help feeding some hungry mouths.
Problems with an evacuation slide meant this morning's Manxman sailing had to be delayed.
A man will be sentenced in January after admitting burgling a Douglas house as its residents slept.
Both the Prospect and Unite unions are calling on the Public Services Commission to commence negotiations to ensure agreements are reached with regards improvements to pay, terms and conditions ahead of April 2024.
Castletown commissioners are appealing for information after a bench in the town was damaged.
A woman's walked free from court after an allegation of theft was dismissed.
Could you help a well-known Island business celebrate its 90th birthday?
An online petition against fluoridating the Island's water supply has attracted more than 270 signatures.
The president of the Philippines has cancelled a trip to the UN's climate change summit in Dubai to ty to free 17 seafarers taken hostage when a Manx-owned ship was hijacked.
An Island resident has a starring role in the McDonald's Christmas advert for TV.
The President of Mannin Cancers has spoken to 3FM following a debate in the House of Keys this week about delays with their proposed information and support centre on the Nobles Hospital site.
3FM are today launching a brand new sister station, available exclusively online.
Police have confirmed a well-known community figure from Peel has died after a road traffic accident.
A marine conservation charity has released footage of a pod of dolphins spotted off the Island's coast this week.
About 150 people turned up to a public meeting last night about the Manx Utilities windfarm proposals.
A Peel man has admitted producing class A drugs and possessing them with intent to supply them.
In the last three years the Department of Infrastructure have tripled their Uniform spend with UK suppliers.
The Health and Social Care Minister has cited the lengthy process of due diligence behind an apparent hold up in Mannin Cancers planned centre at Nobles Hospital.
A Liverpool man's admitted his part in smuggling thousands of pounds worth of cocaine and cannabis to the Island.
A new film from Culture Vannin explores the history of an iconic Peel landmark that recently closed its doors.
The Post Office says time's running out if you want to send cards and gifts to arrive in time for Christmas.
Police are warning householders in Laxey to make sure their belongings are secure after a recent spate of thefts.
The Department of Infrastructure will be taking a bough next week - as work gets underway trimming trees on the Laxey Coast Road.
A thief who stole almost a £1 million from his wife's grandfather has lost an appeal against his nine-year prison sentence.
Police in the west of the Island have appealed for information after a graffiti incident in Peel.
Police have issued a photo of a man they'd like to speak to.
The Island's Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning about icy conditions today.
There may be a chance to see the Northern Lights from the Island over the next two nights.
A beach cleaning charity has hit out after one of its workers discovered a bag of discarded syringes, leaving them needing HIV medication and antibiotics.
Police have put out an appeal following a serious assault in Douglas over the weekend.
Peel could be in line for a bowling alley, if a planning application by commissioners is successful.
An iconic Island landmark could be getting a new visitor entrance - if planners give the go-ahead.
A video purporting to show armed men hijacking a Manx-owned ship is fake news, according to one of the world's leading news agencies.
The Manx National Trust will have the ultimate say on what happens next with the now vacant Barclay's Bank building in Castletown.
A man who's spent ten years banned from driving has been handed another ban for driving uninsured while disqualified.
The Chief Minister did not mince his words in the House of Keys yesterday when responding the a raft of questions about the proposed Crogga offshore gas project.
Onchan Commissioners is running a consultation for residents about proposed new parking restrictions in the village.
The Department of Infrastructure says you should start preparing for freezing temperatures by helping yourself to salt from one of the 900 bins on-Island.
A former pub in Baldrine has gone on the market, with an asking price of £350,000.
Ronaldsway Met Office has issued another weather warning about overnight ice.
An accountant from Douglas has appeared in court over allegations of conspiracy and corruption.
The Police are currently looking for 30 year old Jon-Paul Fayle, in connection with an ongoing serious investigation.
An immediate ban on the importation of livestock has been introduced following an outbreak of a viral disease in the UK.
A study in the UK has shed light on the detrimental impact the cost of living crisis is having on blind and partially sighted people.
Local businesses have been reminded they must ensure their details are up to date with the Central Registry.
Plans could be in place to bring the Island's statutory leave entitlement in line with the rest of the UK.
More light has been shed on the next major role for local actor, Joe Locke.
Questions about a company hoping to exploit a gas field off Maughold look set to dominate the House of Keys today.
Legislative Council sits this morning, with just one item on its agenda.
If you have views on the Island's planning system, you can send them to government as it consults over proposed changes.
The Island could see its first winter snowfall later this week.
Police are appealing for information after thieves made off with power tools at the weekend.
The last Audi car named after the Island's largest motorsport festival has rolled off the production line.
Manx Utilities will be at a public meeting and drop-in sessions about its plans for an onshore wind farm this week.
The Mountain road will be closed for much of today, as urgent drainage works are carried out.
Police are asking for witnesses to come forward after a serious incident in Douglas at the weekend.
The Island's Met Office is warning about ice tonight and tomorrow morning.
The Steam Packet company says all its sailings until at least Wednesday have been disrupted by tidal conditions.
A UK woman has been arrested and bailed over an allegation she tried to blackmail Island residents Douglas Barrowman and his wife Michelle Mone.
A Merseyside man has been remanded in custody as he awaits trial over an alleged plot to smuggle hundreds of thousands of pounds worth heroin and cocaine to the island.
When will work on a proposed new cancer centre at Noble's Hospital get underway?
How much has been spent on special emergency services equipment at Ronaldsway Airport?
A police sergeant says the smearing of dog poo on a business in Ramsey’s window is ‘not acceptable’.
Peel’s former post office could be turned into an accountancy firm.
Braddan Commissioners’ new leisure centre is opening in the New Year.
Police have confirmed an arrest has been made in connection with a burglary at Stevenson Court last Thursday.
An environmental charity has applied for permission to improve a beauty spot it owns in Laxey.
A football club in Douglas could be going up this year - if planners approve proposals for a roof terrace.
A company run by a Douglas MHK which was forced to shut its city centre shop earlier this year has applied to be dissolved.
A church in Douglas could be about to lose a statue of St Joseph, to make way for new signs.
A fisherman has appeared in court in connection with a huge cannabis seizure made by police last weekend.
The Police have confirmed that they dispatched an armed response unit to an area thought to be Prince's Avenue in Douglas today.
We've had numerous reports this morning that a Police armed response team were deployed to an address in Douglas overnight.
A church in Bride could be getting new roof tiles to help boost the area's mobile phone coverage.
Bar and restaurant owners have been urged not to expect a reduction in VAT anytime soon.
A European space mission has released a unique image of the Isle of Man taken from orbit.
A UK man banned from the roads was found almost twice the drink-drive limit speeding on the Island just days later.
Port St Mary Commissioners says it will be supporting Rushen Silver Band with its fundraising endeavours over the festive period.
Isle of Man Bank is warning people not to fall for festive scams in the hunt for Christmas bargains.
An appeal for witnesses has gone out following a traffic collision in Peel yesterday evening.
Forecasters have issued a weather warning for tonight, with icy chills expected.
The Santa's Little Helpers appeal is back once again, with the aim to brighten up the festive period for the less fortunate young people in our community.
Peel's former Post Office could be transformed into an accountancy practice under new plans.
Relatives of a missing woman from Northern Ireland are asking Island residents to keep their eyes peeled for her.
The price of cigarettes and rolling tobacco on Island has jumped significantly as a result of this weeks Autumn Statement from Westminster.
A man was arrested yesterday morning after attempting to burgle a property in Stevenson Court, Douglas.
Two Douglas men who've admitted trying to smuggle heroin and cocaine worth up to almost £750,000 have been committed to the Court of General Gaol Delivery.
A local man is celebrating getting the all clear from cancer by embarking on one of the toughest rally's on the circuit.
Castletown Commissioners chairman Jamie Horton says he's expecting more businesses to close, after Barclays announced it would shut its branch.
A consultation has launched aimed at addressing current housing challenges facing essential workers on the Island.
A man charged with wielding a tyre jack during a fight has been committed to the Island's higher court.
The Steam Packet company says silt at Heysham means today and tomorrow's ferry crossings have been rescheduled.
There's a chance to chare your concerns about crime with local police officers at a roadshow next month.
Prosecutors say they can't tell how many trials have been derailed because of delays getting medical records.
Treasury Minister Dr Alex Allinson has been highlighting exactly where government will follow Westminster's lead off the back of yesterday's Autumn Statement.
Port St Mary Commissioners believes the southern neighbourhood policing unit is ‘invaluable’.
A computer hacker who claimed the police conspired with his employer has been told he can't decide which legal firm represents the Chief Constable.
According to a leading on Island travel agents the cost of living crisis hasn't done much to damage their industry.
A dentist whose practice was described as filthy has been told he can't sue Manx Care after he was struck off the register.
An MHK will ask Tynwald to overturn a planning decision allowing a landfill site in the north of the Island to operate until 2030.
The UK government has demanded the return of a Manx-owned ship which was seized by a militant group in the Middle East.
Controversy has been caused in the town of Ramsey as they've unveiled one of their main focal point Christmas trees.
Marown Commissioners is asking parents in the parish to tell their children not to use dog poo bags as water bombs.
The Department of Infrastructure says it doesn't know how many of its workers have had out-of-court settlements in employment tribunals.
Braddan Commissioners are appealing for information after fly-tipping near a local beauty spot.
Your views are being sought to help shape future minimum wage rates on the Isle of Man.
A Douglas gallery has announced a change in ownership as it celebrates its 10th anniversary.
A man who’s alleged to have stabbed a prison guard with a dart has been remanded in custody.
A local distillery will donate a special rum to all 238 RNLI lifeboat stations in the British Isles, to be auctioned and raise funds.
An Onchan farmer has issued a warning after his black Bull has escaped in the village.
The Northern Neighbourhood Policing Team say they have identified a suspect in relation to dog mess being smeared on a Ramsey café window yesterday morning.
The annual extra parking on Loch Promenade opens today ahead of the Douglas Christmas Lights Switch On tomorrow.
The Island will play host to a legend of UK music tonight, with Frankie Goes to Hollywood frontman Holly Johnson taking to the Villa Marina stage.
Barclays confirmed it would close its Castletown branch in an email earlier this week.
Over 100 Vehicle Defect Notices have been issued to drivers so far this month.
A planning application has been submitted which would see expansion works to the Pennybridge camp site installed in time for next TT.
A teenager charged with breaking a man’s jaw outside a Douglas nightclub will appear in court again in December.
The Isle of Man will no longer allow the importation of XL Bully dogs.
Rooms in five of the Island's schools have been found to have above average levels of radon, a naturally occurring radioactive gas.
The Ben-my-Chree has sustained minor damage to its hull and will require drydocking.
An emergency closure will be in place on the Mountain Road tomorrow afternoon for 'urgent works' to take place.
Isle of Man Energy has agreed to a 'short pause' in gas disconnections for customers who are struggling to pay bills.
A cafe in Ramsey has had a large amount of dog mess smeared on its windows in an act of vandalism.
Christmas arrives in Douglas this week, with the big lights switch on this Thursday.
The recently established campaign group Isle Take a Stand are appealing to people to get involved in their protest outside Tynwald next month.
The Manx Wildlife Trust has opened its first members-only nature reserve.