In a statement, the department said that cancellations happen ‘from time to time’.
A night under the stars, well in truth swirling cloud and freezing winds, has raised £40,007 for Breast Cancer Now. The tremendous figure means the charity soared well above its intended target of £30,000, which was set to mark its 30th anniversary. Our very our Kate and Sam took part […]
TV Signal The Communications and Utilities Regulatory Authority is receiving reports that some viewers in the south of the Island are still experiencing television reception issues. The mast operator has confirmed that engineers are working to resolve this issue and that normal service will resume as soon as possible. The authority […]
The deal, which has been rejected by the NASUWT, will see teachers and lecturers paid 1% on top of the allowance received by teachers in places like Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Basildon.
On Wednesday June 1, Firefighter Richard Watson (Watty) recorded 30 years’ service as an on-call Firefighter at Ramsey Station. If service like that isn’t worth celebrating, then we don’t know what is. Watty has said that on reflection, he has enjoyed being part of the service and was especially proud […]
The standard size of a shot will be getting smaller from September 30, if Tynwald approves the changes. The proposed change has stemmed from a consultation carried out by the OFT in 2021. Manx measures are currently sold in one fluid ounce or multiples (thereof), equal to 28.4ml. If Tynwald […]
The Police have confirmed Ronaldsway is now open again after this morning’s alert which led to be it being evacuated. A statement said: ‘The airport was closed after a suspicious item was identified in the baggage checking area. Whilst this item was assessed the airport had to be shut down […]
Men Save Guvnor’s Shed Mrs Guvnor, Lady Philippa Lorimer, has unveiled a plaque to commemorate work done by the charity Men in Sheds Port Erin to restore a summer house at Government House. The work was required after Sir John was informed that the summer house was to be condemned as […]
Despite encouraging islanders to make our homes and work places as green as possible, the gov has not done so itself with three of its latest schemes. John Wannenburgh MHK asked Chair of the Climate Change Transformation Team Daphne Caine MHK whether solar panels were fitted to the roofs of […]
The following is a statement from race organisers ‘It is with deep sense of sorrow that the Isle of Man TT Races can announce the loss of Roger and Bradley Stockton following an incident on the final lap of the second Sidecar Race of the 2022 Isle of Man TT […]
Well with today’s weather being utterly crap, there has now been no racing since Wednesday afternoon. Hopefully tomorrow’s weather will be slightly less Manx and there are three, admittedly reduced, races scheduled. So here’s the latest plan for tomorrow: The course will close by 10am, with the now 2-lap Monster […]
The following is a statement from race organisers. The Isle of Man TT Races are deeply saddened by the passing of Mark Purslow following an incident in this evening’s qualifying session for the 2022 Isle of Man TT Races. We would like to extend our deepest condolences to Mark’s family, […]
Paul Healey has been awarded the British Empire Medal in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list. He is joined on the list by former MHK and MLC Pamela Crowe and Frank Horne, who have both scooped MBEs. A famous face amongst local the Manx football scene, Paul has worked tirelessly as […]