Highlights
(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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isleofman news

News from the Isle of Man
  1. Island medics trained to use bad weather helicopter

    Nine doctors and nurses from the Isle of Man have been trained to use a helicopter in bad weather. The team from the Island's Air Ambulance service travelled to North Wales to train with the Sikorsky S-92 helicopters. They're operated by the UK’s Search and Rescue Team and used by the Isle of Man...

  2. Three close calls for 'vulnerable road users'

    Motorists are being urged to drive with more care around 'vulnerable road users'. Police have issued an appeal saying they've had to speak to drivers who have been overtaking 'in an appropriate manner'. Officers have also released a picture of a car driving too closely to a horse rider – despite a...

  3. GP's tasked with getting 20 per cent online uptake

    More than 20 per cent of eligible people have signed up to a new online system allowing access to GP services. GP Patient Access allows people to view their health information online, book and amend appointments and view and order prescriptions. Each GP practice on the Island is now required to...

  4. Public service broadcasting under the spotlight

    Public service broadcasting on the Isle of Man will be put under the spotlight today. The Select Committee on Public Service Broadcasting will hear evidence from 3FM and EnergyFM as well as Isle of Media. The Chief Minister and Policy and Reform Minister will also give evidence. The committee is...

  5. Inmates help clean up environment

    Inmates from the Isle of Man Prison have helped raise money for charity whilst helping the environment. Along with staff they took walked the Millennium Way to collect litter left behind after the Lisa Lowe Memorial Walk. One group tackled the 26 mile route from Sky Hill in Ramsey to Castletown...