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Hospitality businesses concerned about door security staffing can speak with the Isle of Man Constabulary to check the registration status of staff members.
Manx Gas was considered a credit risk by Manx Utilities, as it failed to supply further information, when requested. Yesterday Manx Gas’ parent company boss Jo Cox said Manx Utilities had said the company was a credit risk when it sought to hedge its gas buying. A spokesperson for Manx […]
The Gov has reaffirmed its commitment to supporting businesses and targeting long-term economic stability. This follows a recent member survey by the Chamber of Commerce which raised concerns regarding the increase in costs incurred by businesses due to recent global economic developments, and the associated publication by Chamber of a […]
The gov has announced it will be revealing details of payments made under the various Coronavirus support schemes at the end of April. The information will be published on April 29. The DfE and Treasury have confirmed that they will be publishing the details of all applicants who received financial […]
David Ashford was asked by Chris Thomas how Treasury is represented on the board and how pricing principles laid down in October 2018 were applied to prices for 2021/22 and 2022/23.
The latest unemployment figures show a slight drop in the number of people registered as looking for work. However, there is a bigger concern in the number of posts that remained unfilled at the end of February. February saw unemployment drop by 12 from the previous month (January 2022), down […]
The Dept for Enterprise has spoken to the Isle of Man Bank, but not reached out to charities ahead of the introduction of charges for manual banking services in May. The Isle of Man Bank’s owner RBSI had intended to introduce the charges last year, but agreed to delay the […]
Been to town recently? Have you despaired at the abundance of empty shops? Have you been left just wanting… more? Never fear, we’re bringing a whole hoolie into Duke Street from today, with our Hoolie pop-up. Hoolie is the best place to get your Christmas presents, with a truly local […]
The Economic Recovery Group (ERG) has announced a series of new and extended measures to support local businesses in light of continuing pressures around COVID-19. A grant will be offered to all businesses that have suffered a 25% downturn in the qualifying period, in the catering, hospitality, retail (non-essential), and […]
The Financial Services Authority has fined Bridgewater (IOM) Limited £225,085 after it identified a ‘number of regulatory failings’ and removed a number of company directors. The company, based on Victoria Street in Douglas, specialises in financial services and offers corporate and trust services and fund administration to collective investment schemes. […]
Unemployment The number of people registered unemployed fell again in October, down 39 to 326. This has also dropped by 471 people compared to the same month last year (October 2020). The unemployment rate for October 2021 is 0.8%, down from 0.9% in September 2021. The International Labour Organisation estimates […]