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(05 February 2014) Highlights
Police in Douglas say they're concerned for the welfare of a 29 year old man who has gone missing. George Boultbee was last seen in Douglas this morning (Fri) Read more...
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Isle of Man Post Office's communications division are sponsors of the 2017 Isle of Man Information and Records Management Society (IRMS) Conference. Read more...
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Don’t be bored this half-term holiday – get on board with activities at the Family Library. Read more...
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News from the Isle of Man
  1. Dog rescued after house fire in Port Erin

    Firefighters helped save the life of dog caught in a fire in Port Erin last night. They were called to a blaze, which had started in the living room, at a property in Grammah Avenue just after 9pm. The occupier of the property had been rescued by a neighbour who’d been alerted by a smoke alarm...

  2. Douglas fireworks display to be held on November 2nd

    Celton Manx will sponsor Douglas Borough Council’s public fireworks display for the eighth successive year. The event will be held on Friday, November 2nd starting at 7.25pm. Deputy Mayor of Douglas Ian Clague will lead the judging for the Best Guy competition. At 7.40pm the fireworks display...

  3. Motorists in the north urged to slow down

    Motorists in the north of the Island are being urged to 'SLOW DOWN IN OUR TOWN'. Ramsey Town Commissioners have launched a new campaign to encourage people to drive safely. Chairman Andy Cowie says: "The roads and streets within Ramsey are always busy, particularly during the day, and it is...

  4. NSC access to change whilst roof is repaired

    People using the NSC next week will need to use the rear of the building next week. Maintenance work will be carried out on the atrium roof on Monday. It means from 6am to 6pm access will only be via the rear of the building. Users will still be able to make use of the gym, spa, squash courts and...

  5. Students to receive minted coin to mark Armistice Day

    Students in full time education on the Island will receive a specially minted coin to mark the centenary of Armistice Day at the end of the First World War. They will each be given a distinctive 50 pence coin featuring red poppies, commissioned by the Treasury. Each coin will be presented in its...