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 business

News from the Isle of Man
  1. Unemployment figures rise

    Unemployment on the Isle of Man has increased. There were 368 people out of work at the end of January. It means the Island has an unemployment rate of 0.9 per cent. Of those out of work 101 were men. During January 910 vacancies were notified to the Job Centre – 75 per cent were full time...

  2. Food and Drink producers needed for Island events

    Local food and drink producers are being invited to exhibit at three major on-Island events this year. The events include the Southern Agricultural Show, Royal Agricultural Show and the Isle of Man Food and Drink Festival, which last year saw a combined total of 40,000 people pass through the...

  3. International award for Grant Thornton

    Grant Thornton Isle of Man has been awarded a prestigious international accolade in the 2019 Corporate INTL Global Awards. The Douglas-based firm of chartered accountants was named ‘Offshore Finance Sector Advisory Firm of the Year in the Isle of Man’. Nominations are considered by independent...

  4. Graduates urged to sign up for employment fair

    Graduates are being urged to register for an employment fair aimed at attracting them to stay on or return to the Isle of Man. The Isle of Man Graduate Fair, hosted by Locate Isle of Man, will take place at Woodbourne House in the middle of the 2019 Easter university break, on Wednesday, April...

  5. Postal workers start three day strike

    Postal workers are striking today after talks to avert strike action failed.  Members of the Communication Workers Union will stop working for the next three days.  Talks were held yesterday with the Manx Industrial Relations Service but to no avail.  Simon Kneen, Chief Executive of the Isle of...