Isle of Man News from Tuesday, February 12th, 2019
'Attempted entry' to Ramsey property investigated
Police are investigating after attempts were made to get into a building in Ramsey.
Police probe Quarterbridge collision
Police are investigating a collision which took place in Douglas at the weekend.
Jurby wagon damage and theft investigated
Theft from a wagon in the North of the Island is being looked into by authorities.
Chief Minister 'welcomes' Douglas complex
The Chief Minister has 'welcomed' plans for a £25 million complex in the Island's Capital.
Keys sitting commences this morning
A compact sitting in the House of Keys gets underway this morning.
Fine over untaxed van on public road
A man who thought he'd parked his untaxed van on private land was shocked to find out the Department of Infrastructure had adopted the road.
Inquest in Douglas this morning
The inquest into the death of a Douglas woman gets underway this morning.
New High Bailiff appointed
Jayne Hughes has been appointed as the Island's new High Bailiff.
Lifeboat crews called to boat fire
Ramsey and Douglas lifeboat were called to help a fishing boat on fire yesterday.
Views sought on accommodation for vulnerable
A Tynwald Select Committee is asking for the public's views on the provision of accommodation for vulnerable young people.
Coastguards help find missing person
Douglas Coastguards were called out yesterday to help search for a missing person.
Commissioners extend Beach Buddies partnership
Garff Commissioners is extending it's partnership with an established Island charity.