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. Duke of Edinburgh's Award Island presentation evening

    The coordinator of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (DofE) in the Island has spoken of its ongoing value to young people. Founded by His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh in 1956, DofE is the world’s leading youth achievement award. Some 1.2 million young people aged 14 to 24 in 140 countries are...

  2. At 10:00am on Monday 18th September 2017 an elderly gentleman was approached by two males whilst crossing the road towards Dukes Street, Douglas behind Marks and Spencer.  The elderly gentleman suffers from Alzheimer’s and the two unknown males have asked him for money which he has given over to...

  3. Signs of the times: RTC installs new town maps and noticeboards

    Ramsey Town Commissioners are installing new maps and noticeboards at a number of locations around the town, including the town hall, the coach stand on Dale Street, Station Road and Plaza car parks, Ramsey Courthouse and Mooragh Park. Designed by local cartographer Vic Bates the maps supplement...

  4. First Barrovian Alumni intern returns from three months in Hong Kong

    The first ever recipient of the Barrovian Alumni Internship has returned from Hong Kong urging his peers to take advantage of ‘an opportunity of a lifetime’.Oliver Mealin, 20, spent three months working at Strix’s Hong Kong office, gaining valuable skills and experience in human resources and...

  5. The Office of Fair Trading has received reports of tradesmen visiting and cold calling local residents offering to do tarmacking. Cold Calling is now illegal in the Isle of Man. The tradesmen have allegedly suggested that they have been recently employed by a local company and are able to do the...