Isle of Man News from Thursday, January 10th, 2019
New location for Douglas Christmas light switch-on?
Could the Douglas Christmas lights switch-on be held at a new location this year?
Flybe named most punctual UK airline
Flybe has been recognised as the most punctual UK-based airline in the On-Time Performance Service Awards.
Benefit change proposals withdrawn from Tynwald sitting
Proposals for changes to the Employed Persons Allowance (EPA) and Income Support regulations have been withdrawn from the next Tynwald sitting.
Douglas collision investigated
Police are looking into a collision in Douglas which left a junction blocked during lunch time.
Delivery driver stole Sure iPhones worth £9k
A delivery driver from Port Erin will be sentenced next month after admitting stealing almost £9,000 worth of iPhones.
OAP spat in police officer's face on Christmas Eve
A pensioner from Douglas has appeared in court after spitting in a police officer's face on Christmas Eve.
Whistleblowing committee sitting today
The Chief Secretary of the Island's government is among witnesses due to give evidence to a Tynwald committee this morning.
Take more time on Richmond Hill, say Police
Police are asking motorists to take into account the temporary 30mph speed limit on Richmond Hill when considering journey times.
Reminder over registering children for school
Parents are being reminded they have to register their children for school if they turn five in the next school year.
Inquest opens this morning
The inquest into the death of a man from Wolverhampton will commence today.
Airport fire service day raises thousands
Three Island charities are to receive thousands of pounds raised thanks to an open day back in the summer.
Tynwald looking to recruit
Do you fancy working around the heart of Manx government? If so, the Clerk of Tynwald's office wants to hear from you.