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Well, now we have your attention, have you ever considered being a life model? If the answer is yes, then we have just the thing for you. The Isle of Man Drawing Club has been running monthly pop-up “drink and draw” events across the island since 2017. Meeting mostly in […]
Each year for two weeks, out of nowhere, we see the return of the classic TT stereotypes. There are a few, and you’re guaranteed to know someone who fits the bill of each one. Here we’ve listed the usual suspects… ‘Suzuki Steve’ TT’s answer to a ‘full kit w*nker*. Wears […]
While the Island gears up for the busiest fortnight of the year, where sitting on a hedge, being sunburnt to a crisp and drinking from plastic glasses is the norm. Can we just pause for a moment and spare a thought to the forgotten folk of the famous TT races… […]
Victim Support IOM is challenging islanders to take part in their 267,000 Step Challenge throughout the month of May. The challenge is to walk 10,000 steps for each of the 267 new clients referred to the charity in 2021. To do this, you’ll need to average just over 8,600 steps […]
NASUWT members in the Isle of Man have voted overwhelmingly in support of industrial action in a dispute over pay, workload and working practices. Of the ballot papers returned, 84% voted in support of strike action, with 94% in support of action short of strike action, based on a two-thirds turnout. In the last 12 months alone, 88% of Manx […]
Earlier this afternoon crews from Douglas Fire Station were mobilised by the Emergency Services Joint Control Room to reports of smoke issuing from a property on Demesne Road The fire service said: ‘On arrival the Incident Commander committed one Breathing Apparatus team into the property where they gained access into […]
Since retiring from sport in 2012, Amy has been an Ambassador for the British Olympic Association and turned her hand to television presenting on shows including Ski Sunday.
Loganair is introducing new routes to London City and London Heathrow this spring. The increased connectivity will ensure essential business links with London are maintained as well as giving improved access to international travel through the Heathrow link. Dr Alex Allinson, Minister for Enterprise, commented: ‘I am delighted to be […]
The planning application includes some specifications around the proposed design requirement for the new scoreboard. Once the planning application has been approved, the Department will be inviting expressions of interest to build the structure.
The island’s vaccination programme will follow the latest advice from the UK’s Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) on the non-urgent offer of vaccination of those aged 5 – 11. The JCVI made its recommendation on the basis that offering a vaccine to this age group will offer them protection from […]
Valentine’s. If you’re off the market, you’re probably putting up photos of bouquets of flowers with the caption ‘boy did good’. If you’re single, you’re probably celebrating the holiday by rolling your eyes at said Instagram posts. Misery loves company. That’s why your cynical pal Gef has rounded up some […]
Manx Care has announced that they have moved from level two to one in Noble’s Hospital. This move sees the closure of the dedicated Covid ward (Ward 12), which has been in operation since late October 2021. Ongoing care of patients with Covid-19 will now be provided on Ward 1 […]
All medical trainees and trainers across the UK and Isle of Man are required to complete an annual ‘trainee satisfaction survey’ from the General Medical Council (GMC).
People will be able to find out more through a series of events by the Climate Change team in the coming weeks and paper copies of the consultation are available all libraries.