Isle of Man Public Health has warned against COVID-19 complacency this winter.
A Douglas man who tried MDMA "to see what it was like" has appeared in court charged with drug-driving.
'Run together Isle of Man' is encouraging people to take part in it's 'Couch 2 5K programme'.
Several areas of the island's capital have been awarded a green flag honour.
A senior Douglas councillor has expressed his disappointment at the DOI for cancelling this year's Douglas fireworks display.
106 new Covid-19 cases have been identified on Island On the last 24 hours.
Mystery surrounds thousands of Covid-19 testing kits which were found dumped at an amenity site.
A further Covid-19 related death has been confirmed on Island.
Corelli Bentham is the latest to be nominated for election to the Legislative Council.
The Bonfire night Douglas fireworks have been cancelled, due to 'unforseen delays' to the promenade redevelopment.
The Manx police force said it's pleased after money was returned to a scam victim from the Isle of Man.
An MHK says people should still use their heating, after Tynwald voted to allow Manx Gas to put up prices by 27.5 per cent.
Could you help a developer name new streets in the south of the Island? You could win a share of a £1,200 prize pot.
Hundreds of trees have been planted in the north of the Island.
A new banking survey has seen the Isle of Man named the seventh-best place for expats to live and work.
An update on flood protection plans for Laxey will go on display today (Thursday).
More than 600 people have signed a petition to stop plans to reduce the number of parking spaces in Ramsey.
There's a chance to find out more about plans to create a new entrance to Noble's Park this afternoon.
Paul Craine has been nominated for election to the Legislative Council.
Former Middle MHK, Bill Shimmins has been nominated for election to the Legislative Council.
86 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded in the last 24 hours.
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Isle of Man Transport says it's had to call off services on a section of the electric railway today.
Four people have been arrested in the UK after trying to scam a Manx pensioner.
Summerhill Glen has been restocked with trout after a large number were killed by pollution last year.
The Steam Packet Company is warning of timetable changes.
The Mountain Road will close today (20 October) for "urgent repairs".
The Island's Student Climate Network is calling for change.
As the island braces itself for a rise in gas prices, Manx Gas is promising to undertake a review in six months time.
More support for victims of domestic abuse on the island is being planned by the Manx government.
With energy prices expected to rise over the coming months, the island's Fire and Rescue Service has issued a safety reminder.
It's FC Isle of Man's first ever home league game.
New technology has been donated to Rebecca House Children's Hospice.
A 27.5 per cent gas price hike has been given the go ahead.
95 more cases of coronavirus have been found in the last 24 hours.
A £1m support package will be made available to low income households, if a gas hike is given the green light.
An ultra-athlete from Peel has completed a 253 mile non-stop race and raised £2,000 for The Children's Centre.
A section of the New Castletown Road is closed after a collision.
Staff absences due to various illnesses have meant some Ballakermeen students are having to work from home this week.
A Manx student has told a court he'll never have a full-time job after a speeding motorist knocked him down in Manchester.
Ramsey commissioners say they'll meet Heron & Brearley this week about the number of empty pubs in the town.
The Department of Health and Social Care says it's seen a rise in the number of referrals to its Children and Families Service.
The House of Keys will get an update on a huge project in Liverpool today.
Nominations open this week for candidates to stand for election to Ramsey commissioners.
The Department of Infrastructure says it's bought 186 diesel vehicles since the government declared a climate emergency two years ago.
The government says 63 more cases of coronavirus were found in the last 24 hours.
Port St Mary's sub postmaster says he'll stay in the job while the Post Office looks for his replacement.
A local MHK wants to hear from people in Glen Maye.
If you can't sing but enjoy doing it, then you can join a new community choir in the North of the Island.
Police in the West of the Island have issued an update about the use of a lane in Peel after a woman was knocked by a car.
Roadworks planned for this week outside Rushen Abbey have been delayed.
A pub in Ramsey is appealing for any relatives of the names on the memorial benches on the Quay to come forward.
Throughout the Isle of Man Arts Council's exhibition of 'Ellyn,' students have been doing fashion drawing sessions of work from the exhibit.
Two MHKs are backing a petition for a single government agency to be responsible for the Island's public rights of way.
RNLI crew in Peel assisted a yacht with engine failure on Friday night.
There have been 80 newly recorded cases of Covid-19 in the last 24-hour period.
There have been 69 new cases of Covid-19 recorded in the last 24-hours on the Island.
A Port Erin man’s appeared in court over an allegation he was high on ketamine behind the wheel.
The Manx government has announced Paul Clarkson will be re-joining Ronaldsway to act as Interim Airport Director.
A man who’s said to have had 200 ecstasy tablets posted to his parents’ address has been remanded in custody.
Police are warning dog owners to keep pets on leads in the countryside when near other animals.
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Cummal Mooar residential home in Ramsey celebrated its 40th anniversary last week.
Liberal Vannin are holding their first public meeting since the Island's general election last month.
Organisers of a music event last week are asking those who attended to be aware of having Covid-19 symptoms.
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There have been 91 new cases of Covid-19 found on the Island within the last 24 hours.
Chief Minister Alfred Cannan has revealed the Island’s new Council of Ministers.
Some year groups at Ballakermeen are being told not to come in next week.
To mark the end of baby loss awareness week, local charities 'Forget me Not' and 'A Little Piece of Hope' are holding a ceremony for parents who have been affected.
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Police are urging people to be vigilant online, following a scam which nearly conned a couple.
Keep your distance from seal pups, even if they appear to be stranded or abandoned.
You can still apply to become a firefighter, even If you didn't make the 'come and try it' sessions.
Over 100 young Manx athletes have been selected to take part in the Isle of Man Sport Aid Academy 2021-2024 programme.
The Island's Public Accounts Committee is calling for a public inquiry into the government's handling of the pandemic.
Temporary traffic lights will be in operation near Rushen Abbey from next week.
350 new homes are being proposed for an area in Braddan.
There are now eight people being treated in Noble’s for Covid-19, up from six yesterday.
Two more Covid-19 related deaths have been confirmed.
Noble’s Hospital has temporarily suspended elective surgery to install new equipment in the operating theatres.
A person was cut from their vehicle early this morning after crashing in Santon.
A Douglas teenager has been banned from two supermarkets he’d accused of stealing from.
Glen Road in Laxey will remain closed as Manx Utilities conclude works, before closing Minorca Hill for flood works.
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Police are appealing for information after a public order offence in Douglas last month.
A spooky event from Isle of Man Arts Council is taking place at the Kensington Youth Arts Centre later this month.
The Manx Bantam Fur and Feather Society's annual show is taking place this Sunday.
A new exhibition is on display at the House of Manannan from the end of this month.
Power lines have been replaced overnight following a crash in Santon.
There are now six people being treated in Noble’s for Covid-19, which has doubled since yesterday.
Police in Peel are appealing for a driver who hit a woman as she was walking her child home from school, to come forward.
Applications to become a firefighter close this weekend.
There has been a 124 per cent increase in public reports of cyber security issues in the last year.
Groudle Glen Railway has received a boost of more than £16,000 as it celebrates its 125th anniversary.
A week-long event brought 150 walkers from the UK and Ireland to the Island.
High View Road in Douglas will be closed today while an unsafe tree is removed.
Police are appealing for information after a boat engine was stolen in August.
An estate in Ramsey is in line for a new children's playground, if planners give the go-ahead.
Hospice Isle of Man are 'over the moon' to announce 3FM have partnered up with The Big Splash to support the 2022 Wild in Art trail.
A section of the Mountain Road is now closed following a serious road traffic collision.
The Isle of Man now has over 500 active cases of Covid-19.
Police are appealing for information regarding an assault in Star Grill in Douglas last month.
Alfred Cannan is the Island's new Chief Minister.
Tributes are being paid to local businessman Trevor Hemmings who has passed away at the age of 86.
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You can learn how to administer CPR in Douglas this weekend.
Motorists are being urged not to drive the wrong way down a Douglas street.
A local hotel will not be added to the Island’s protected building register (PBR).
A football club in Port Erin is appealing for the public's help after its dugouts were targeted by vandals at the weekend.
The LoveIOM gift card scheme is open for businesses to sign up.
Isle of Man Police are warning the public against scam calls appearing to be from BT Openreach.
The government has issued a reminder that relatives and carers of anyone unable to give consent for their Covid booster jab needs a 'best interest' declaration form from their GP.
Trevor Hemmings, one of the Island’s most famous residents, has died at the age of 86.
There are now three people being treated in Noble’s for Covid-19, up from two yesterday.
A pop-up bar based on the film 'Home Alone' is coming to Douglas this Christmas.
Later this month, one of the main roads through Ballasalla will be closed from 7pm - midnight each evening for approximately two weeks.
A teenager caught carrying an extendable police baton has been fined £1,000.
A number of anti-vax stickers were found stuck to public property outside Ramsey Courthouse on Friday.
Isle of Man Post Office has partnered with the Co-op to provide a parcel collection point for customers in Crosby.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a car was damaged in the Island's capital.
A local paddleboarder landed himself in 'hot water' after pinching two lobsters from a fisherman's pot.
From today, the one-way traffic flow on Walpole Avenue will go back to its usual direction.
There have been 45 cases of Covid-19 recorded on the Island in the last 24 hours.
There have been 70 new Covid-19 cases recorded on the Island in the last 24 hours.
A Douglas nursing home will upgrade its storage facilities if planners give the green light.
A woman who drank vermouth and vodka before getting behind the wheel was caught after a witness followed her home and called 999.
Four women have appeared in court over drug-dealing allegations.
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A man living in a self-built cabin in the woods near Ramsey has been told he has to leave.
Alzheimer's Society Isle of Man is calling on all knitters and crocheters to make 'twiddle muffs' for people living with dementia on the Island.
The Chief Minister and Council of Ministers are looking to appoint non-Tynwald members.
Beach Buddies is looking for volunteers for a cleanup at Pooil Vaaish tomorrow morning (10th).
The Isle of Man now has 406 active cases of Covid-19.
A 'high level' of student and staff absences in schools have been reported this week.
The chairman of the Island's Post Office has hit out at 'untruths in the media'.
A drink-driver who crashed and landed her BMW on top of a wall has been banned from the roads for three years.
The 15 minute time limit on Noble Hospital visits have now been scrapped.
The Island's Netball team has turned pink to mark breast cancer awareness month.
A Ramsey teenager has denied burgling a supermarket in search of vodka, and stealing a bottle from another store weeks later.
A free online event will be held today to mark World Mental Health Day (October 10th).
Police are appealing for witnesses after a verbal altercation in Ramsey earlier this week.
New street furniture is being installed on Douglas prom.
Strang Close in Braddan will be resurfaced later this month, causing disruption to parking.
Today’s government data shows there have been 55 new Covid-19 cases found in the last 24 hours.
Douglas promenade works won't be finished until November.
Two more Covid-19 related deaths on the Island have been confirmed.
A man who spat at a prison officer and headbutted a healthcare assistant has walked free from prison because he’d already served his sentence.
The closure of the post office in Port St Mary won't affect the newsagents its based in.
Phase Two of the restoration of Queen’s Pier in Ramsey will soon be underway thanks to a grant from Manx Lottery Trust.
Prosecutors have dropped groundbreaking organised crime charges against a Merseyside man after he pleaded guilty to conspiracy.
The Isle of Man's maritime heritage is contributing to a UK wide discovery project about our seas.
A public meeting will be held next week to question the candidates running for Chief Minister.
Manx National Heritage is hosting a Hop tu Naa event at Cregneash this Halloween.
The Isle of Man Arts Council's exhibition at the Villa Marina is open for a further week.
There have been 72 new Covid-19 cases discovered on the Island in the last 24 hours, with 11 pending investigation.
The Manx National Heritage 'Lunchtime Listens' are back, giving you an insight into the Island's past.
A flight landing into Ronaldsway Airport on Monday night had a laser pointer directed into the cockpit.
A political party on the island is calling on Tynwald to protect vulnerable families in the wake of news that gas prices could rise by more than 27% this winter.
Hundreds of trees have been planted in the north of the Isle of Man.
Several organisations have been recognised at this year's UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man awards.
Two MHKs in the south of the island have hit out against plans to close the post office in Port St Mary.
A local photographer has teamed up with Curraghs Wildlife Park to create a calendar featuring its animals.
The deadline to get your artist submission in for this year's Big Splash dolphin trail is fast approaching.
Curraghs Wildlife Park has announced the sad death of their red-fronted lemur ‘Yoga.’
There have been 74 new cases of Covid-19 found on the Island in the last 24 hours.
The Manx Whale and Dolphin Watch are warning the public of a seal pup currently resting on Peel beach.
A duck has had a lucky escape, after being run over last night.
The Secretary of the House of Keys has so far received two proposals for the Island’s next Chief Minister.
Nominations have opened for two vacant seats on the Isle of Man's Legislative Council.
In 2021 alone, 16 defibrillators have been installed across the island thanks to a local charity.
A popular riverside pub in Laxey could be about to get new barriers in its beer garden.
Some areas of Douglas will experience broadband disruption this month.
The 'final stage' of work gets underway today for the refurbishment of the leisure pool at the Isle of Man's National Sports Centre.
A stretch of the Manx coastline has been designated as an Area of Special Scientific Interest (ASSI).
Henry Bloom Noble Library in Douglas will be hosting events this week as part of Libraries Week.
A new book has been released about the history of Castletown.
There are now five people being treated in hospital for Covid-19, up one from yesterday.
Gas customers on Island could have to fork out funds, if Tynwald agrees to increase the price cap.
The Isle of Man government has announced changes to border restrictions to stay in line with the UK.
There's only two days left to complete your tax return.
Nearly 200 people have signed a petition objecting to new parking plans in Ramsey.
The Department of Enterprise says it wants to upgrade facilities behind the TT grandstand in Douglas.
Grants of up to £6K are being offered to some householders.
Peel lifeboat says its newest vessel will be ready to begin saving lives at the end of this month.
There's a chance to own a piece of the Island's railway history, with an oil painting for sale on eBay.
Manx National Heritage has applied for planning permission to remove an extension from the former police station.
The Manx government's COVID booster vaccination rollout begins this week.
This year's University College Isle of Man's annual Research Festival centered around sustainability.
Lezayre will go to the polls next month as its local authority looks to elect one new member.
A further 36 Covid-19 cases have been confirmed on Island in the last 24 hours.
Palace cinema screenings have been cancelled today following a fire this morning.
Fire Services have extinguished a fire at the venue this morning
A further 23 Covid-19 cases have been reported on Island in the last 24 hours.
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A man’s been acquitted of all charges against him after prosecutors offered no evidence in his case.
Roads around the Island will be closed today as the Pokerstars Rally continues.
A man accused of indecently assaulting a woman has been told not to contact his alleged victim while he’s on bail.
Island stage, film and TV star Samantha Barks is to launch a new album next month.
Milner's Tower, Port Erin's famous landmark, marks its 150th anniversary this month.
The Isle of Man government is advising people that the Island's 111 services are changing from this month.
A £9 million project to improve the runways at Ronaldsway airport has been completed on time and within budget.
The government's warning people not to fall for fraudsters selling coronavirus passes online.
There are now three people being treated in Noble’s hospital for Covid-19, one less than yesterday, with no one in the ICU.
The painting of double yellow lines outside Noble's Hospital has begun.
A local authority says people should cut back their bush if it presents a danger to traffic.
Vaccination clinics are being held across the Island next weekend for 12-15 year-olds to receive the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine.
The Isle of Man's new Lieutenant Governor has taken to social media to thank islanders "for making him feel so welcome".
A community sporting event, attended by dozens of people every week, is celebrating it's 4th birthday.
Pulrose Bridge will temporarily close to pedestrians next week.
Port Erin Commissioners have submitted plans to use part of its office for the Isle of Man Food bank Southern Hub.
A Ramsey teenager has had charges of assault and theft dropped by prosecutors.
The Pokerstars Rally returns this weekend after being cancelled last year due to the pandemic.