Over 8,000 people have signed a petition demanding the gov overturn a decision by the Planning Committee.
In an open letter, Mr Kermode references concerns that have arisen from a previous exchange between himself and Dr Ewart and outlines the issues his clients have raised around testing and vaccinating those under the age of 18.
Tynwald members have overwhelmingly agreed to allow the gov to borrow up to £400m, to be repaid over 40 years, after a lengthy debate this afternoon. Treasury Minister Alf Cannan asked for permission to borrow the cash, £178m of which will be loaned to the MUA and a further £160m […]
For those who are coming to the island from the UK, they will need to provide documentation from their GP or the NHS App. The Manx Gov has told Gef plans are being put into action to ensure Manx residents will also have the required documentation in time for the change to take effect.
A review into the DoI has found that the department is struggling under the weight of providing such a wide range of services and a poor management structure. The report, by consultants Beamans, has recommended the implementation of a new structure that would include an extra level of management to […]
Patient information from the lsle of Man will not be included in a project by NHS Digital to collect patient data in England for planning and research purposes. But the gov says Manx residents can be reassured that their data is safely ring-fenced from the project, and they do not […]
The Guild Committee has issued an appeal to find one of its most treasured trophies, the Liverpool Shield, which was last awarded in 1955. Guild competitors and audiences will be familiar with the magnificent shields awarded to the winners of the choir classes each year. The Transvaal and Vancouver Shields […]
Ahead of the island’s first Pride Festival, Gef sat down for a cuppa with Alan Shea to discuss the event itself, the 1991 Tynwald Day protest and young couples being free to express themselves.
Manx Radio’s news editor Tim Glover has announced he has resigned from the station in order to contest this year’s General Election. Mr Glover, who has led much of the broadcaster’s coverage of the Covid pandemic, appearing at the majority of gov briefings, will contest the Arbory, Castletown and Malew […]
Pride and Posting Ahead of the island’s first Pride Festival, Isle of Man Post Office has temporarily redecorated its post box in the Sea Terminal in the colours of the Pride flag and is updating its social media pages. In addition to these gestures IOMPO’s dedicated sponsorship committee has agreed […]
The Social Affairs Policy Review Committee, chaired by Onchan MHK Julie Edge, asked for opinions on the abortion service as part of a review of how the law has been implemented.
When many of us were 15, we were awkward, grouchy teenagers trying to fit in and pay just enough attention in school to pass GCSEs. But Archie Veale found himself in Alder Hey Hospital fighting for his life after a vicious infection attacked his body. Now 22 Archie has told […]
After meetings in London, global leaders have agreed an equitable solution on where taxation should be paid by multinational companies in an increasingly global and digital economy.
For each of the months of June, July and August, eligible applicants will receive a grant which is equivalent to their annual rates bill for each of their commercial premises.
When the children of Laxey Primary School go to school on Thursday morning, they will have a new headteacher greeting them at the gate as Alyssa Rees takes charge. Alyssa, who is in Year 4, won a raffle to determine who would be headteacher for a day at the annual […]
Elite sport can be incredibly demanding, and research suggests certain factors such as injury or deselection can increase the risk of athletes developing depression and anxiety.
Christine Barker was using the shed in her back garden for one to one sessions until Environment Minister Geoffrey Boot overturned her planning approval.
The gov has announced that the current border arrangements will remain in place for the time being, to allow further monitoring of emerging risks. The COVID-19 Exit Framework allowed an initial change to Level 3 from 1 May 2021, and indicated a potential move to Borders Level 2 on or […]
The recruitment day is designed to provide individuals with the chance to find out more about summer job availability and more permanent careers within hospitality on the island.