News from on and off island.
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The idea of having a three day weekend to boost employee happiness whilst maintaining productivity is gaining more and more traction after successful trials across the globe.
Dr Dave Quirk says that the Isle of Man is well placed to become a leader in the transition to a clean energy society thanks to the huge resource of wind in the Irish Sea.
The Treasury department has announced a variety of benefits and grants to support businesses and self-employed people after a call for more help by the Isle of Man Chamber of Commerce.
Manx creative Rachel Miles has worked on campaigns for Strictly Come Dancing, The Hundred and now the BBC’s Tokyo 2020 coverage.
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Disabled residents and pram users have said that the conditions of our pavements are atrocious and strike fear.
Image: A dropped kerb only accessible from the road. Stephen Underwood
Whilst we’ve all heard the depressing stories of business closures during the Covid pandemic, it’s not been all doom and gloom. The world has seen a boom in small businesses as people make use of their time at home and the Isle of Man is no different.
It’s that time of the year again, the sun is shining through the clouds, the kids are almost finished with school and in the distance you can hear the faint sound of MHKs patting themselves on the back for a job, well, done. It’s Tynwald Day again. Whether you’re just […]
Following the recent change to UK laws around men who have sex with men (MSM) being able to donate blood, Health Minister David Ashford MHK has said that the ‘long overdue’ change should be brought to the island this year. The UK move saw the rules altered in all four […]
A planning application to cut down 25 elm trees from ‘one of Europe’s last elm tree tunnels’ to create a farm access road along Braaid Road in St Marks was debated in the House of Keys this morning amidst multiple protests, a petition and national media attention to opposition to […]