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Farewell to Neil, a Manx meat champion

Isle of Man Meats has paid tribute to outgoing Tesco Douglas store manager Neil Connell, describing him as an ‘unsung hero of local produce’ for his efforts to bring Manx produce to the shelves of the island’s largest supermarket . Neil is set to retire shortly after four and a …

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New President for Conister Bank – Energy FM

Thu, Jun 23, 2022 Conister Bank has a new president. John Spellman, who served as a director of Conister for two years, succeeds David Gibson, who retired as chairman of the bank and a director of its parent company, Manx Financial Group. During the pandemic, Conister, as an independent bank …

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The positives amid a dismal 2022 Isle of Man TT

Isle of Man TT boss Paul Phillips said there were significant positives to take from the first edition of this year’s historic event in three years, although they are overshadowed by what was a particularly heartbreaking edition of the historic event. Marred by crashes that saw five competitors lose their …

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TUI robbery ‘nightmare’ as police call and woman goes into labor

A woman has described a TUI flight ‘from hell’ where police were called on board and a woman gave birth. Council worker Naomii Thomas, 36, was on the delayed flight from Cape Verde to Bristol on June 8 when passengers reported he was ‘briefly bouncing’ at Bristol airport, before departing …

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40 photos of William to celebrate his 40th birthday

Forty photos chronicling the life of the Duke of Cambridge have been compiled to celebrate his 40th birthday. William, who takes the milestone on Tuesday, is pictured going through the years, from his early days as a newborn in his mother’s arms and as a toddler trying to walk, to …

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Cortlandville man arrested over child pornography allegations

A Cortland County man is under arrest following a child pornography investigation. According to a written statement from the New York State Police, investigators from the Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) at the barracks in Homer, New York, worked with the Troop C Computer Crimes Unit and the Internet Crimes …

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Nine of the 171 flights canceled during the TT fortnight

Nine flights were canceled during the TT fortnight, the chief minister told the House of Keys. Five out of 71 EasyJet flights were cancelled, along with four out of 100 Loganair flights over the two-week period. This was in response to a question posed by Arbory, Castletown and Malew MHK …

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How much freedom is too much?

I think most of us agree that our government should play a major role in protecting us. Certainly, the government has a job to do to protect us from others. The military is established and maintained primarily to protect us from foreign invaders. The police and other law enforcement agencies …

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Bournemouth beach covered in rubbish as 50,000 people descend on the area – with more to come this weekend

Rubbish was strewn across Bournemouth beach after a night of partying in the popular Dorset hotspot. The city saw temperatures of up to 26C and the evening remained warm, prompting people to stay outside to party. In an image shared from the west of the central pier, rubbish can be …

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The coal organization irritated by the tax hike

Queensland Treasurer, Cameron Dick. Photo: Supplied Marty Silk, AAP and Staff Writers Queensland’s leading mining sector body has claimed the Palaszczuk government’s decision to raise coal royalties in the next state budget could put regional jobs and mining projects at risk. Queensland Resources Council chief executive Ian Macfarlane said tax …

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Queen Latifah’s housing development company to build homes in her hometown

There’s a reason we call her Queen – she always watches over her people. News 12 recently reported that the artist and tycoon has struck a new deal to create new homes in Newark, NJ through his real estate development company, Blue Sugar Corporation. “For me, Newark is ours. Newark …

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Region’s thriving real estate industry celebrated with awards | North West Real Estate News

World-class projects and landmark deals have been recognized at the Liverpool City Region Property Awards 2022 alongside the companies that have delivered them. Held at the Titanic Hotel in Liverpool last night, the event was hosted by comedian Hal Cruttenden and featured the Future Ambition Award which was voted on …

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Knockhill nods to Honda Racing UK for crazy…

This weekend (June 17-19), the Honda Racing UK team returns to action in the Bennetts British Superbike Championship after competing in the Isle of Man TT Races, round four of the British Superbike Series taking place on the Scottish circuit of Knockhill. Glenn Irwin comes into the weekend having made …

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Top eight moments from the 2022 Isle of Man TT

Davey Todd goes down the mountain (twice) As the TT fortnight approached, all eyes were on rising road racing star Davey Todd. The 26-year-old from Saltburn, North Yorkshire was due to ride for the factory Honda team in 2020, before it all came to a screeching halt. While it may …

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Chief Minister announces ‘mini-reshuffle’ – 3FM Isle of Man

Chris Thomas (MHK) replaces Tim Crookall as Minister for Infrastructure. It’s part of a mini ‘reshuffle’ announced by the Chief Minister earlier today. Meanwhile, Mr Crookall will be transferred to the Department of Enterprises (DfE). This follows the transfer of Dr Alex Allinson from the DfE to the Treasury last …

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Hush ‘Deck Disco’ will come to ferry operator Wightlink for Isle of Wight festival goers

A ‘Deck Disco’ set up by DJs from Isle of Wight-based Hush will bring musical entertainment to Wightlink at its Portsmouth car ferry terminal on June 16. The company typically hosts quiet nightclubs, but the trio of DJs will turn up the volume on the car’s upper deck to get …

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Was the 2022 Isle of Man TT a farewell to a king?

This is the question that has dominated the preparation for the 2022 Isle of Man TT: will this year be John McGuinness’ swan song? Never likely to make the cover of Vogue or be the guest of honor for Los Angeles celebrities, McGuinness will never have the profile of some …

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Isle of Man TT: the deadliest race in the world

The Isle of Man TT, the deadliest race in the world, returned this weekend after two back-to-back COVID cancellations. Unfortunately, so do the dead. Driving the news: Five competitors died in this year’s event, the second largest ever behind 1970 (six). Among them were Roger and Bradley Stockton, a father-son …

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2022 Isle of Man TT: organizers launch ‘thorough investigation’ into deaths of five riders | road race

Mark Purslow, Cesar Chanal, Davy Morgan, Roger Stockton and his son Bradley are all dead. This is the highest death toll in a single year since 1970, when six motorcyclists lost their lives. A statement read: “ACU Events Ltd, the race organizers of the Isle of Man TT Races have …

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Man over 70 dies near end of Jersey Shore 3-mile swim race

LOWER TOWNSHIP – A man aged at least 70 died while competing in the annual Open Water Classic on Sunday morning. The victim was near the end of the 3-mile race around 8:30 a.m. when he began to struggle, according to event organizer DelMo Sports and the Delaware River & …

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First heavy rains of the year reveal Cuba’s weak spots

With the hurricane season just beginning People walk down a street during heavy rain, in the municipality of Cerro, Havana, in early June 2022. Studies in Cuba recognize that good risk management and risk reduction at the local level can reduce the adverse consequences of natural disasters. Photo: Jorge Luis …

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Breaking News: World’s Greatest Surfing Attraction Kelly Slater Drops El Salvador Pro Hours Before Contest Starts Due To Injury!

Hi all Saint Mick. Isn’t a living surfer, pro or not, who has emerged from the chrysalis of his boozy twenties, brainless and spineless, and transformed into such a soulful butterfly like three-time world champion Mick Fanning. Fanning, who turns 42 on Monday and grew up in Tweed Heads, where …

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What Petter Solberg did with the Isle of Man TT – DirtFish

I thought rally drivers were tough. And we are. But what I saw this week kinda changed my mind about being really tough. If you want to know what’s really hard, try TT week. I know I’m not really allowed to swear here, but holy shit! These guys are in …

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Final Isle of Man TT Race Day schedule revised due to bad weather

Wednesday was due to feature the Supersport class’ second outing at the 2022 TT, with the race scheduled for 6:30 p.m. local time having been pushed back due to the uncertainty of the morning weather. But while the Supertwin race went off without a hitch at 3pm, bad weather around …

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Artificial reefs built from the sun and seawater will protect the Isle of Man

What you will learn: The protective advantage of artificial reefs. The electrolysis technology used to build the reef. What will power the reef formation system? How the control systems will generate data to create a “digital” reef. The first-ever deep-water marina planned for the Irish Sea will be protected from …

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The remains of a ‘huge’ killer dinosaur discovered in the UK

The remains of Europe’s largest land hunter who was over 10 meters long and lived 125 million years ago have been found on the Isle of Wight. Several prehistoric bones belonging to the two-legged, crocodile-faced spinosaurid dinosaur have been discovered on the island off the south coast of England and …

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Union warns Red Funnel strike action could cause ‘serious disruption’

A union representing some Red Funnel workers has warned that a potential pay strike could cause “serious disruption” to and from the Isle of Wight. Unite, which makes up around 20% of the ferry company‘s workforce, says some workers are having to turn to food banks because of low wages, …

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DOJ Announces First Targets of Task Force KleptoCapture, Elite Anti-Money Laundering Initiative Created to Stop Russian Oligarchs and Their Co-Conspirators in the International ‘Invisible Economy’ | Cranfill Sumner LLP

[co-author: Christian Smith-Bishop – clerk] At the end of May, a court in Fiji, a Pacific island state, upheld on appeal[1] the detention of the 348 feet Amedee, which is believed to be owned by Russian oligarch Suleiman Kerimov, whose wealth comes largely from his 76% stake in Russia’s largest …

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Isle of Man TT TV Schedule 2022 | Live coverage, dates and times

The iconic – and notorious – Isle of Man TT returns to the sporting calendar after a two-year absence and it will be shown live on TV for the very first time in its history. The 37-mile Snaefell Mountain Course is one of the most treacherous and revered motorsport circuits …

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Isle of Man TT / The brutality of road racing

It’s 1907. Motorcycles are a relatively new form of transportation; there’s more than one, so of course a race eventually took place, with predictable results in the days of zero safety gear. Street deaths caused by these noisy machines must be controlled. The Isle of Man, a small island in …

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Real Estate Prices Could See a Significant Rise in New Platinum Jubilee Cities

UK towns that have been designated for city status as part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations could see property prices rise by up to £37,000 over the next year, according to a report. Boomin’s study. Boomin analyzed local house price data for the nine towns in Britain that had …

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Isle of Man TT schedule revised after Sidecar canceled

For the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, racing took place at the Isle of Man TT on Saturday with the first six-lap Superbike race of the week. FHO Racing’s Peter Hickman won comfortably on his BMW M1000RR ahead of DAO Racing’s Dean Harrison and Hawk Racing’s …

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: At 50, John McGuinness relishes his 100th TT start on the Isle of Man

They’re back on the island, doing their gorgeous, crazy thing. We don’t quite understand, because how could we, but for them there is no greater expression of free will than a 200mph dance between strong stone walls on the Isle of Man . And so to the city’s oldest accelerator, …

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Fastest Hickman at end of practice week

After a two-year absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the TT came back to life last Sunday with the first official training session since May 2019. Padgetts Racing rider Davey Todd set the pace on opening night on his Honda Superbike with a 127.492mph speed from 2019 Senior TT race …

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Inside the Isle of Man TT

After three long years, an unmistakable roar once again echoes over Bray Hill in Douglas before echoing through the picturesque towns, villages and valleys of the spectacular Isle of Man countryside. It’s a noise that intensifies as the crowds on the side of the hedgerows crane their necks for a …

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Rider killed during Isle of Man TT training in 2022

The TT returns in 2022 after a two-year absence following the COVID-19 pandemic, with action starting last Sunday with the first official qualifying sessions. Racing continued on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, with tonight’s race consisting of a lap for Sidecars, followed by a Superbike, Superstock and Supersport session. Just after …

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Irvington, NJ man charged with armed robbery at Linden gas station

LINDEN — A 24-year-old Irvington man has been arrested in connection with a reported armed robbery at a gas station convenience store. After a month-long investigation, Elijah Ali was charged with first-degree armed robbery, second-degree burglary and weapons-related offences. He was arrested by Irvington police on May 27. Linden police …

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June 2022 issue – richmondmagazine.com

In this problem 68 / wild in the city From the Manchester Climbing Wall to Belle Isle, the Pipeline Promenade and miles of walking and cycling trails, the James River Park System offers a myriad of top-notch outdoor recreation opportunities right in the heart of from the city. This photographic …

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Bank bites – May 2022 #2 | Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner

Summary This edition of Banking Bites provides updates on: Privy Council rules against extending Quincecare requirement No privileged protection for the identity of the person communicating with lawyers Payments systems regulator fines NatWest Group £1.82m for overcharging credit card interchange fees EU member states reach agreement to tighten cybersecurity rules …

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Queen’s Jubilee: Does city status benefit cities like Milton Keynes?

Happiness was on the cusp of being alive, but being from Milton Keynes was truly paradise. On Friday May 20, residents of Buckinghamshire’s new town – home of roundabouts, concrete cows and thousands of jokes about how at least yoghurt has culture – woke up to find that they lived …

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In your Isle of Man Examiner: Temporary speed limit on public roads in place for TT

In your Isle of Man Examiner this week, we report on two MHKs who were rejected in the general election but are in conflict with the government. Journalist Paul Hardman tells us more. Gemma Nettle reviewed the additional speed limits introduced for the TT period. Twelve pages of TT news …

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The Platinum Jubilee generation ‘has seen huge changes in their lifetime’

More than four-fifths (85%) of the “Platinum Jubilee Generation” are homeowners and around one in seven have a second home, according to a think tank. The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has taken a look at how life has been for people turning 70 this year, to shed light on …

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UK minister’s idea to replace Scottish ferries with undersea tunnels ‘will cost £12.5million’

A UK minister’s idea of ​​replacing ferries with undersea tunnels received a terse response from the office of Transport Secretary Jenny Gilruth. During a “study” visit to the Faroe Islands, Scottish Minister Iain Stewart said talks should also start in the Orkney and Shetland archipelagos, “given the timescales for these …

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The money launderer had thousands of pounds as he traveled on the boat

A 21-year-old offender has admitted to laundering money after he was caught carrying a large sum of cash on the ferry. Kye Mason pleaded guilty to two counts of attempting to remove criminal property from the island, namely £3,300 and €1,120, and one count of possession of criminal property, namely …

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The construction boom changes the street of Fort Lauderdale

FORT LAUDERDALE — It almost sounds like a Hollywood script: an unexpected star goes from honky-tonk to upscale, from shabby to chic, from affordable to expensive. We’re talking about Hendricks Isle, the longest finger island of Fort Lauderdale’s famous Las Olas Islands, just east of downtown. If you haven’t ventured …

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Isle of Man Tourist Trophy races explained

The 2022 Isle of Man TT races will take place after a two-year break. We explain the origin, history and evolution of Isle of Man TT racing, as well as the Indians who dared to race in the Mecca of the motorcycling world. The Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy) …

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Trademarks in the Metaverse – Trademark

World Intellectual Property Day is celebrated on April 26 and, this year, with the theme chosen by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO): “IP and Youth: Innovating for a Better Future”. The relationship between young people and intellectual property has at least two directions. In a sense, young people are …

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NASUWT rejects teachers’ final salary offer

Agreement accepted by another union – the NAHT – earlier this month A union which represents teachers in the Isle of Man has rejected a second ‘full and final’ pay offer made by the Isle of Man government. The NASUWT says it wants to see island-specific wage bargaining arrangements introduced …

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Government shows progress of £70m ferry terminal

The new Liverpool ferry terminal continues to progress. A progress photo taken at the site of the Isle of Man ferry terminal in Liverpool last week shows the steel construction of the security and check-in buildings. Photos taken earlier show glazing being installed on the exterior facade of the main …

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Dick Welsh appointed new Isle of Man Commissioner for Northern Lighthouse Board

Dick Welsh has been appointed as the new Isle of Man Commissioner (non-executive director) of the Northern Lighthouse Board, the general lighthouse authority responsible for Scottish and Manx waters. Mr Welsh, who was awarded an MBE in the January 2020 Honors List for service to the maritime community on the …

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The Global Maritime Club Summit will debut in Posidonia

Scheduled by Seatrade Chairman Emeritus, Mr. Chris Hayman, the summit will be preceded by a keynote address by Minister Giannis Plakiotakis, Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Island Policy, Hellenic Republic. Greece remains the largest ship-owning country in the world as the country continues to increase its share of the fleet …

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In this week’s Isle of Man Examiner: Should dog owners clean up after their pets have urinated?

The Isle of Man Examiner leads this week with a story written following the death of a cyclist on a road that had Celtic markings that were unusual at the time. Her parents speak to reporter Gemma Nettle after her investigation. In the aftermath of Dr Rosalind Ranson’s Labor Court, …

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🌱 I-5 closure near Oceanside + Maverick visits Top Gun House

Good morning! Here’s your new edition of the Oceanside-Camp Pendleton Daily, with all the local news you need to know right now. First, today’s weather forecast: Rather sunny and pleasant. High: 70 Low: 59. 🏡 Looking for more real estate leads in Oceanside-Camp Pendleton? Let us help you reach potential …

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Man raped by drug dealer over unpaid debt in Isle of Man, police say | United Kingdom | News

The 30-year-old sex attacker was not charged due to the 22-year-old victim’s lack of cooperation, fearing reprisals. It happened on the Isle of Man, which police say is overrun with drug gangs, many of them from Merseyside. Tanya August-Hanson MLC, prosecuting in a drug case in Island Court, said: ’22-year-old …

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Russia will not disappear

The BDN Opinion section operates independently and does not set newsroom policies or contribute to the writing or editing of articles elsewhere in the newspaper or on bangordailynews.com. Russian President Vladimir Putin will certainly not be in power in three years. The war he foolishly unleashed in Ukraine fatally undermined …

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2022 Suzuki Live To Parade Sheene 500cc GP Racebikes at Cadwell Park

Freddie Sheen (#7). Photo by Charles Robertson. Despite Suzuki’s recent proposal to withdraw from MotoGP at the end of this 2022 season, the truth is that the Japanese factory is steeped in top-class world championship road racing, and always will be. Even before the legendary era of Kevin Schwantz in …

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Shore shock sticker: ‘There’s nothing that didn’t come up.’ | Local News

Amy S. Rosenberg The Philadelphia Investigator OCEAN CITY — Price hikes raced up the boardwalk the other day as visitors tallied up the rising cost of pizza, not to mention the little cotton candy-flavored Polish popsicle, adding just a little insult to the wound of another chilly day in May. …

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Everything you need to know about the 2022 Isle of Man TT

One of the toughest and most exciting motorcycle racing events is upon us. Many great riders from all over the country and Europe descend on the beautiful island to tackle the daunting course. Here’s everything you need to know about the Isle of Man TT in 2022 Register to our …

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Don’t Get Trapped in a SouthCoast Sand Hole

I recently ran into a former customer of Shawmut Diner who was stopping by before going to work at Horseneck Beach in Westport. Matt was a nationally certified lifeguard. We talked about the recent tragedy of the young man from Maine who was buried alive after a pit he and …

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discover the classic courses of the most famous road races in the world

The 1906 International Motorcycle Cup was held in Austria. Auto-Cycle Club secretary Freddie Straight, together with Charlie and Harry Collier of Matchless Motorcycles and the Marquis de Mouzilly St. Mars, together proposed a race the following year for road touring motorcycles based on the car races organized on the island. …

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Public trust in government ‘damaged’ – Prime Minister

The results of an employment tribunal on the sacking of the island’s former medical director have “damaged confidence” in the government. That’s the admission of Chief Minister Alfred Cannan, who delivered a statement in Tynwald this morning, following the findings of the ‘wrongful dismissal’ of Dr Rosalind Ranson. Mr Cannan …

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Davey Todd’s quadruple podium at the North West 200

CLEVELAND rider Davey Todd was in magnificent form at last weekend’s International North West 200 in Northern Ireland where he scored no less than four podium finishes but was sorely denied a second win to add to the victory he achieved in 2019. With Ireland’s biggest outdoor sporting event missing …

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Ferry bookings open for sailings through 2023 Isle of Man TT

News about ferries and car ferries The Irish Sea ferry industry is like any other sector of the shipping industry in that it is made up of a myriad of ship operators, owners, managers, charterers who all contribute to providing a network of routes sailed by a variety of vessels …

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Restoring ‘historic connection’ to Scousers home

Tommy Crowe remembers when every boat heading to the Isle of Man was ‘littered’ with Scousers. If they weren’t part of the ship’s staff, he says they were making the crossing for a long weekend – or to establish themselves on the island, right in the heart of the Irish …

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Red Arrows to display with 7 planes not 9 – but where can you see them this summer?

The RAF has announced that its aerobatic wing – the Red Arrows – has begun pre-season training and the 2022 display will feature the “same breathtaking flight” and “world-class precision” as the years previous Video loading Video unavailable The video will start automatically soon8Cancel play now The Red Arrows start …

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Romantic Italy: Amalfi Coast and Island of Capri

Breadcrumb Links Travel in Europe Author of the article: rick steve • Special Postmedia Capri has been attracting visitors since ancient times. Photo by Cameron Hewitt /The Europe of Rick Steves Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission on purchases made …

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The Rangers guilt I still feel as stinging Frankfurt verdict led to Scot Symon’s clumsy run – Archie MacPherson

They say time is the great healer. I would dispute that. My confrontation with Scot Symon in a hotel by the River Tay in November 1967, just after he was unceremoniously sacked by Rangers when they were top of the league, still makes me feel someone’s guilt. ‘one found with …

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Switch to British Superbike machine pays off as Glenn Irwin puts ‘terrible’ Tuesday behind him at North West 200

Glenn Irwin’s decision to switch to his British Superbike machine paid off in the final Superbike qualifying at the North West 200 yesterday. n Tuesday, the Carrickfergus man was unhappy with some of the electronics on the Honda Racing Fireblade which had been specially built for the North West and …

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MOJO Time Machine: Roxy Music retires in Avalon | Time Machine

June 5, 1982 With their eighth album Avalon, Roxy Music was again number one on the LP charts. Those familiar with listening to the band’s imaginative world of glamor and luxury could tell something was different. Where was the traditional femme fatale that has adorned their album covers since the …

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Sino Jet Ranked First in Fleet Size in Asia-Pacific for 3rd Consecutive Year | Taiwan News

HONG KONG SAR – Media outreach – May 12, 2022 – Sino Jet has cemented its position as the leading business jet operator in Asia-Pacific for three consecutive years. It ranked number one in fleet size in Asia-Pacific for the third consecutive year, according to Asian Sky Media’s 2021 Business …

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What roles do LPs play in outsourcing decisions? – Fund management / REITs

The issue of outsourcing fund administration ultimately rests with fund managers, but increased pressure from their sponsors (LPs) to reduce operating costs and increase transparency is catalyzing the shift to professional administrators , says Mary Bruen, Regional Head of Fund Services – Jersey, Guernsey & Isle of Man. Regardless of …

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Teams battle for Olicanian Ashes for the official opening of the cricket club

OLICANIAN Cricket Club will open the doors to their new clubhouse when the building officially opens on Sunday 22nd May. The open day will see an Olicanian Select XI and a team of overseas players from across the Aire Wharfe League compete for a trophy containing two charred cricket bails …

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Lieutenant Governor gets to know the university during a visit with the new principal

Lieutenant Governor Sir John Lorimer was welcomed to University College Isle of Man by new Headmaster Jesamine Kelly, enjoying hands-on experience of vocational courses. The tour included a tour of the “wide range of real work environments”, a tour of the newly renovated “#2” canteen, the digital corporate space and …

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Beyond the Blade – Season 2, Episode 2

On the eve of the North West 200 we go ‘Beyond the Blade’ with the Honda Racing UK team as they prepare for their return to international road racing. In this episode we travel to the North West 200 and catch up with Glenn Irwin as he looks forward to …

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Shortlists revealed and voting open for Liverpool City area property dinner | North West Real Estate News

The region’s most popular developments will be showcased at the Liverpool City Region Property Dinner. Initiated can today reveal the shortlist of businesses, deals and projects shortlisted for an award at the Liverpool City Region Property Dinner. The event, to be held on June 16 at the iconic Titanic Hotel, …

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MAS Real Estate will acquire six shopping centers in Romania for 320 million euros

BUCHAREST (Romania), May 9 (SeeNews) – Real estate investment company MAS has announced its intention to acquire six shopping centers in Romania from PKM Developments, a joint venture with its counterpart Prime Kapital, for a total of 319 .7 million euros ($338 million). ). The transaction is expected to close …

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Josh Brookes looking forward to the North West 200

Josh Brookes eyes North West 200 Next week, Josh Brookes returns to the 8.9-mile North West 200 Portrush-Portstewart-Coleraine triangle for the first time since 2014. Brookes takes on the NW 200 with the same PBM MCE Ducati team with which the 39-year-old Australian contests the British Superbike Championship. road race.” …

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There’s nothing quite like the North West 200 as a road racing spectacle, says former course leader Billy Nutt

Three years after the checkered flag fell in the final North West 200 race, Northern Ireland‘s first motorcycling showpiece will deliver a high-octane shot in the arm to the sport after two seasons thwarted by the pandemic of coronavirus. he Cookstown 100 was the only national meeting that took place …

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The Isle of Man TT Video Streaming Pass is now available!

For the very first time, the world’s ultimate road race, and it’s a true roadrace—is now available for online viewing. The Isle of Man TT organizers have just launched the Live Pass, which will allow fans of the race to watch the action live, in real time, from anywhere in …

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Pelvic fracture puts Johnson out of 2022 TT

04.05.2022 | Road racing staff | TT and Roads Image: Impact Images Rich OMG Yamaha’s David Johnson has been kicked out of the 2022 TT after an accident at the Oulton British Superbike round left him with a broken pelvis and collarbone. The Aussie was spat from his R1 as …

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Book of the Week: A Case About Waiheke

Reading room A love affair gone wrong on Waiheke Island The Premise of Brannavan Gnanalingam’s New Novel Slow down, there you are is simple: the portrait of a dead marriage. Kavita feels trapped. Her husband Vishal is emotionally catatonic and going through the motions of their life together. She has …

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Seven Scottish towns and one council area vying for city status

Seven Scottish towns and one council area are vying for city status as part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations. Dumfries, Dunfermline, Elgin, Greenock, Livingston, Oban, St Andrews and the whole of South Ayrshire were highlighted. They compete with 21 cities from England, three from Northern Ireland, two from the …

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You meet the healthiest people on a Honda

Overlooking Rondout Creek in upstate New York on the 2021 Honda Trail 125, and feeling better with every mile that passes. Photos by the author. After almost 25 years of riding, I’ve come to view my enthusiasm for all things motorcycling as an endless source of enjoyment, but little did …

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We can all be island tourism ambassadors

In 2018, John Keggin took part in Isle of Man Tourism Industry Day “with a few business cards and an idea”. “I wanted to try to create a business where we could really showcase the best that the island has to offer, taking quality accommodation around the island and providing …

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