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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. Fundraising campaign for TT rider tops £28K

    The wife of injured TT rider Steve Mercer has revealed she can’t update fans as to his progress. Caroline Mercer took to Facebook to say she won't make any further statements whilst ongoing investigations continue. Last week it was revealed that ACU Limited is conducting an independent...

  2. 234 thousand bus journeys taken during TT

    The number of passengers carried on public transport over the TT fortnight increased by 11 per cent this year. 234,418 bus journeys were taken by passengers between Friday, May 25th and Sunday, June 10th. That represents an increase of 22,968 journeys compared to the same period in 2017. 52,617...

  3. Vandals damage sculpture at cathedral

    Police area appealing for witnesses after vandals damaged a sculpture in Peel Cathedral. It happened on Thursday, June 14th between 5.30pm and 7.30pm. Officers say other work in the grounds of the building was also disturbed and turf was damaged. Anyone who can help is asked to contact Peel...

  4. Car damaged in supermarket car park

    Police are investigating after a car was damaged in a supermarket car park in Douglas. The white Nissan was hit by another vehicle whilst parked in Shoprite on Victoria Road between 4.40pm and 5pm on Thursday, June 14th. Anyone who witnessed the collision is asked to contact Police Headquarters.

  5. Police hunt trout farm vandal who killed fish

    Investigations are underway after someone turned off a compressor at a trout farm – leaving the fish to perish.It happened at around 2.30am on June 11th at The Glen Wyllin Trout Farm.Police say the person responsible turned off the device - which regulates the oxygen levels for the trout...