Day: 10 February 2021

Peel Marina Dredging to Resume

A dredging operation to remove 44,000 tonnes of silt from Peel Marina will resume later this month. Last year it was confirmed the controversial scheme was going to cost the taxpayer about £6.9m to remove the 44,000 tonnes of silt, which includes plans for a new problem waste facility. Following […]

Gef’s Daily Roundup

Beach Buddies – Hong Kong Beach Buddies has created its first international branch, and will hold its first event outside the British Isles this weekend – 6,000 miles away in Hong Kong. The event is the culmination of years of work behind the scenes to share the success story of […]

Quing’s Stories of Hope

Members of the community mental health charity Quing have shared their experiences of the support it has given them and how it helped them to help themselves and others. All stories have been anonymised. I am a man with a huge history of drink and drug problems. I had tried […]

Through the Key Hole

Some snippets from this week’s Key’s written answers Huawei Ban Still Likely The island is continuing to work with partners in the Channel Islands and Westminster to seek a solution to the UK ban on Huawei technology being used in 5G technology.  Douglas Central MHK Chris Thomas asked Enterprise Minister […]