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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.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
City Status The Chief and the Guvnor have welcomed the announcement that the island’s capital is now a city. Douglas was victorious in its bid to seek recognised city status as part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations. Alf Cannan said: ‘Douglas being named as one of the eight city […]
A teacher and her tutor group at Ballakermeen have raised over £1,200 for the British Red Cross’ relief work in Ukraine. Amy Shelton and her Year 11s have raised money through a variety of events including a raffle, bake sale and milkshake stand, all supported by local firms. The students […]
The survey was sent to around 300 colleagues (the medical staffing workforce) out of the 2,910 people who work for Manx Care in what it calls ‘substantive roles’.