Isle Of Man Economy

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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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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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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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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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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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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Bluebell Partners Ltd – to vote “FOR” the proposed liability action against the CEO of Leonardo SpA, Alessandro Profumo, at the annual general meeting convened on 23 and 31 May 2022 (on the first and second calls respectively)

Leonardo SpA, LDO IM, ISIN IT0003856405, Milan Stock Exchange LONDON, April 29, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Bluebell Partners Ltd submitted, at the AGM of Leonardo SpA, a proposal for a liability action1 against its general manager Alessandro Profumo. With a judgment of first instance published on 7and April 20212Mr. Profumo …

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£180,000 of taxpayers’ money spent on the Love IOM card

But customers only upload £67,000 of their own money to spend More than £180,000 of taxpayers’ money has gone to companies tasked with rolling out a gift card scheme to try and get people to spend in the local economy. But customers using the Love IOM initiative have credited their …

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With inflation, gold bills and cards end up in the US wallet

By Karen Brettell (Reuters) – As inflation hits its highest level in four decades, Utah business owner Steve Allred worries about the U.S. dollar’s declining purchasing power. To help hedge against the possibility of the situation worsening, Allred, like many investors, bought gold. He also began accepting some forms of …

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The Formula ‘MPH of Singapore – The Island

By the praying mantis It is often said that in the 1940s and 1950s, Singapore was far behind Sri Lanka in all respects. Lawlessness and crime were rampant in Singapore and corruption was at the highest level. There were ghettos all over this country. Sri Lanka, on the other hand, …

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People power: the big lesson of the economic crisis in Sri Lanka – News

Inflation hits a record high of 17.5% Reuters Published: Tue 19 Apr 2022, 10:25 AM Malik J. Fernando is a second generation Sri Lankan tea planter – his father Merrill Fernando had founded Dilmah Tea in 1988. Malik is the Managing Director of Resplendent Ceylon, Sri Lanka’s pioneering luxury hotel …

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The country’s top drinkers announced in pub poll – did your local make the list?

Nearly 100 pubs and bars across the country have been nominated for the final of a prestigious competition. Some 94 pubs and bars across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland have already been awarded the titles of County Winner in the National Pub & Bar Awards 2022. The competition aims …

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Labor pressure Sunak over his family’s tax cases

Rishi Sunak and his family have potentially saved tens of millions of pounds in tax thanks to his wife’s non-dom status, Labor has said as it seeks to keep the pressure on the Chancellor. Akshata Murty announced on Friday that she would pay UK tax on all of her worldwide …

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Petrol and diesel shortages affecting Sheppey and Sittingbourne

Motorists are once again facing problems at the pumps. Not only have petrol and diesel prices skyrocketed because of the war in Ukraine, but people in parts of Kent are now being hit by a double whammy as climate change campaigners barricade fuel depots limiting supply. Closed: Tesco petrol station …

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The Chamber is concerned about fees | iomtoday.co.im

The Isle of Man Chamber of Commerce has requested an urgent meeting with the government to discuss its concerns over rising costs. The Chamber, which represents companies that employ 20,000 people or half of the island’s private sector workforce, said rising fuel, freight and other costs have created a “perfect …

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Teaching Basic Household Gas Safety in Continuing Education – A Step in the Right Direction? – FE News

Mishandling of gas and faulty appliances lead to a number of deaths and serious injuries each year. Gas appliances such as ovens, stoves, geysers, etc. are used daily for household purposes, but minor negligence by a gas worker in handling these items can result in major disasters. Carbon monoxide that …

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Letters: A lesson at P&O in ethical leadership | P&O Ferries

P&O’s human resources strategy shows how damaging it is to treat experienced employees as expendable and to abandon human values ​​even in times of financial crisis (“No offshore experience necessary, says an agency announcement for P&O crews”, News). As a resident of the Isle of Wight, during lockdown when our …

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France freezes ownership of two helicopters linked to sanctioned Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov

The M-DLBR helicopter on Alisher Usmanov’s yacht Dilbar in Mugla, Turkey. Anadolu Agency via Getty Images French authorities froze two helicopters belonging to sanctioned Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov on the French Riviera last week. A spokesperson for the French Ministry of Economy and Finance confirmed Forbes that the two helicopters …

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Air passenger rights increase in April 2022 – what this means for your holiday

Chancellor Rishi Sunak addressed the issue of air passenger rights (APD) in his October 2021 autumn budget, promising to shake up the cost of domestic and long-haul flights. There will be changes from April 2022, and further changes a year later. Under current rules, ODA is charged in two tranches …

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“Evidence of war crimes in Ukraine”, says Nadhim Zahawi

Appearing on Sophie Ridge on Sky News on Sunday, Mr Zahawi was asked if the UK government agrees with Joe Biden that Vladimir Poutine “can’t stay in power,” said: “I think it’s up to the Russian people to decide. “I think the Russian people are tired of what is happening …

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Wheat shortage in sight but we have good stocks

The war in Ukraine is likely to affect food supplies in the UK and the Isle of Man in several ways. Ukraine supplies around 30% of the world’s wheat and Ukrainian farmers are expected to plant their crops for the coming season soon. But their main agricultural areas, which have …

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Woman performing rain-stopping ritual becomes unlikely MotoGP star

Rain Shaman Rara Istiani Wulandari works in heavy rain ahead of the MotoGP Indonesia Grand Prix at the Mandalika International Street Circuit on March 20 in Lombok, Indonesia. Photo: Robertus Pudyanto/Getty Images The stakes were high. Indonesia had not hosted a MotoGP motorcycle race for 25 years. In the sweltering …

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Carlow Nationalist – NYC parade is worth its weight in gold

By Michael Godfrey WITH the bombs falling on Ukraine and people fleeing for their lives, it seems a bit trivial to talk about St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, but unfortunately there will always be a war somewhere in the world and people will die because of man’s inhumanity to man. But …

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Remembrance of the exile of Frederick Douglass in Ireland

Instead of the bright blue skies of America, I’m covered in the soft gray fog of the Emerald Isle. I breathe, and voila! good becomes a man.—Frederick Douglass writing of his time in Ireland On August 16, 1845, 27-year-old Frederick Douglass left Boston on a steamer for Liverpool and his …

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Make it affordable for this year’s Manx March

Next Monday marks the start of #manxmarch2022, the week where we are challenged to eat only fresh, sustainable and, above all, locally produced food. When Stuart and Ruth Meade launched Manx March in 2020, it coincided with the start of the first lockdown. What could have stopped the initiative in …

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UK sanctions 386 Russian MPs for supporting separatists

Britain has sanctioned nearly 400 Russian parliamentarians as ministers sought to “tighten the screws” on Moscow over the invasion of Ukraine. Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said 386 members of the Duma, Russia’s lower house of parliament, were banned from traveling to the UK and all assets they held in the …

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This Week in Taxation: Channel Islands Issue Russia Sanctions Warning

Russia faces historic sanctions Regulators in the Channel Islands have warned financial institutions to maintain UK sanctions against 18 specific Russian individuals and companies with stakes in those jurisdictions. This is in addition to hundreds of other people and companies hit by sanctions dating back to 2014. The Crown Dependencies …

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BMW excels with M3 xDrive

For the first time in its history, the BMW M3 switches to four-wheel drive. Purists will probably tell you that you’re supposed to hate it, but that makes sense. Modern performance cars are getting so powerful that all the technology in the world will struggle to get performance through just …

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Ukrainians are more interested in Eurovision than Russian threat, says man living in Kyiv

A Briton living in Kyiv claimed locals were more interested in the country’s Eurovision hopes than the threat of a Russian invasion. Daniel Williams, 45, from the Isle of Wight and now living in Kyiv as a business investor, said it would take Russian ‘hardware’ crossing the Ukrainian border for …

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Former Isle of Wight man in Ukraine waits for his granddaughter’s passport

A former Isle of Wight man is waiting for a passport to be issued to his half-Ukrainian baby, the PA news agency reports. The Foreign Office has advised British nationals in Ukraine to leave “while commercial means are still available”, due to what it calls a growing threat from Russia. …

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Around the circle this week: February 11, 2022

Establishment : the Lake Carriers Association (LCA) based in Cleveland released a summary of the investments Great Lakes fleets are contributing to maintenance and repairs during the two-month winter layup. “This year, the companies will invest nearly $83 million in their ships docked in New York, Ohio, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania,” …

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Groom, 37, accused of groping drowsy student tells court he didn’t ‘intentionally touch’ her

A newlywed accused of groping a sleepy college student on his way home from his honeymoon in Hawaii has told a court he ‘can’t imagine’ he did ‘something like that’, but admitted that he “caressed his wife when he slept”. Town shopkeeper Robert Van Den Bergh, 37, allegedly slipped his …

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Sean FitzPatrick, Irish banker who profited from the ‘Celtic Tiger’ boom but became embroiled in financial scandal – obituary

In an interview on RTE, an unrepentant FitzPatrick refused to apologize to taxpayers for Anglo’s risky lending practices, blaming the global downturn – “So I can’t apologize with any degree of sincerity and of decency. But I can say thank you”. He then gave a speech the same day urging …

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Loganair Inverness-Birmingham service joins British Airways codeshare deal as airline celebrates 60th anniversary

Loganair’s Commercial Director, Kay Ryan, is joined by serving pilot Aaron Dickson and 1970s captain, Captain Geoff Rosenbloom, as she cuts the birthday cake specially made for Loganair. Photography: Alan Richardson Scottish airline Loganair is celebrating its 60th anniversary with the announcement of a special diamond ticket competition and an …

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Camp Bestival will bring fatboy, folk and fun for all ages

Camp Bestival arrives at Weston Park The headlines were announced this week, and there are plenty of heavy hitters. Superstar DJ Fatboy Slim, singer-songwriter Rag’n’Bone Man. Bewdley’s headliner Becky Hill will carry the region’s flag, Dom Joly will lead comedy programming, while M People singer Heather Small will lead a …

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Fundraising to move the Peggy to a new home |

Printed and digital download photos available Fundraising is underway to move a historic schooner to a purpose-built house in Castletown. Manx National Heritage is campaigning to find £2.5million to move the 1789 Peggy and rehouse her. Another £2.5million will be requested from the government as a capital offer. MNH wants …

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Isle of Man headteachers vote on wage offer – Energy FM

Thu Jan 27, 2022 Headteachers will meet privately tonight to vote on a new salary offer. Members of school leaders’ union NAHT will vote on a new pay deal – the result of negotiations with the Department for Education, Sport and Culture (DESC) after Westminster’s decision to freeze the salaries …

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SUPPORT SHOWN FOR COUNCIL TAX INCREASE TO FUND POLICE, SAYS COMMISSIONER – Island Echo

Policing and Crime Commissioner Donna Jones has presented her recommendation to the Policing and Crime Committee for the council tax precept this year, which is expected to increase after extensive consultation and this which she says is “great support” from local residents. On January 28, Commissioner Jones will set out …

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Ellen Fearon: ‘It’s time to vote at 16 in Northern Ireland – I’m baffled young smart people can’t have a say’

I was 22 when I first heard about a mysterious virus in Wuhan that was making people very sick and spreading rapidly. I haven’t given it much thought – it will definitely never come to Northern Ireland! And yet I’m about to turn 25 and wonder how I ended up …

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Ballakelly is the first farm to achieve UNESCO status in the Isle of Man |

Rachel Ranson-Teare and business partner David Wormald at Ballakelly Farm, Andreas – Printed and digital download photos available Ballakelly Farm recently became the first agricultural business to achieve UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man accreditation. Farm’s David Wormald and Rachel Teare took six Sustainable Mann sessions on starting and growing a …

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House survey shows impact of Covid isolation rules on small businesses |

Printed and digital download photos available A survey by the Isle of Man Chamber of Commerce showed the impact of Covid isolation rules on small businesses, with more than half of respondents saying they had to close or reduce hours, due to the situation current Covid resulting in staff shortages. …

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His lasting legacy | Local Features

“I knew him very well. In the party he was invariably uncontroversial, low-key, well-mannered, and always very cautious and measured in his speech. A perfect description of the late George Michael Chambers, the country’s second Prime Minister and political leader of the People’s National Movement (PNM), by foundation member Ferdie …

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Isle of Man chiefs confirm ‘new look’ Manx GP and Classic TT

16.01.2022 | Robin Miller | TT and Roads Isle of Man Chiefs today confirmed their plans for a ‘new look’ Manx Grand Prix in 2022. An announcement this morning follows a review undertaken earlier this year by the Manx Motor Cycle Club and the Department for Enterprise working closely with …

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We’ve helped create 284 jobs, says Isle of Man government |

Enterprise Minister Alex Allinson Printed and digital download photos available The government says its measures to help businesses have created 284 jobs. The Department for Business has offered over £6.7million in financial support to local businesses through the Financial Aid Scheme in the 2020/21 financial year, independent of any Covid-19 …

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Fed vice-presidential candidate Lael Brainard calls inflation ‘too high’

Lael Brainard, a Federal Reserve governor whom President Biden named the new central bank vice chair, told lawmakers the central bank would use its policies to tame inflation in prepared remarks for her confirmation hearing on Thursday. . Ms. Brainard, who faces a check before the Senate Banking Committee, is …

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Businesses Obtain UNESCO Biosphere Accreditation |

Dr Richard Selman Print and digital download photos available Fourteen companies on the island have obtained UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man accreditation after completing training in sustainable practices. UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man has partnered with the Department of Business, Chamber of Commerce, One World Center and University College Isle …

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Dozens dead in unrest in Kazakhstan

Security forces killed dozens of protesters and 12 police officers died in extremely violent protests in Kazakhstan that saw government buildings stormed and set on fire, authorities said. A policeman has been found beheaded in the escalating unrest that poses a growing challenge to the authoritarian regime in the Central …

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Meet the ministers and tell them what you would like to see in Island Plan |

Isle of Man Chief Minister Alfred Cannan holds briefing on Omicron variant of Covid-19 Print and digital download photos available The public can meet with government ministers at two rescheduled walk-in events in January. They will be able to make suggestions on the Council of Ministers’ “Plan of our Island” …

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CANACCORD GENUITY GROUP INC. ANNOUNCES THE COMPLETION OF ITS ACQUISITION OF SAWAYA PARTNERS, A CONSUMER-CENTERED M&A CONSULTING FIRM IN THE UNITED STATES

TORONTO, December 31, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Canaccord Genuity Group Inc. (TSX: CF) (the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it has completed the previously announced acquisition of Sawaya Partners, a leading independent mergers and acquisitions consultancy in the consumer sector based in New York. Sawaya Partners will operate …

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2021 RETROSPECTIVE | What we had in mind, and in our pages, of the past 12 months – VC Reporter

by Nancy D. Lackey Shaffer [email protected] 2021 has been a year of ups and downs. It started with a terrifying number of COVID cases and a light at the end of the tunnel as vaccines became more readily available. Schools continued to struggle with distance education and then a hybrid …

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The contribution of cooperative and mutual societies to the economy and public life – Company law / commercial law

UK: The contribution of cooperative and mutual societies to the economy and public life December 27, 2021 Wrigley Lawyers To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. Reflection on the debate of the Backbench Business Committee, 14 Dec: the contribution of cooperatives and mutuals to the economy and …

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Towards an economy that treats everyone equally |

Print and digital download photos available The island’s new Business Department Minister Dr Alex Allinson told Working Week about a healthier risk appetite, making more use of local experience and delivering a vibrant economy. It comes as a surprise now, but what is striking is how much he also talks …

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A revolutionary banker who follows his speech

December 25 (THEWILL) – Just on the eve of the Irish financial collapse in 2008, Central Bank Governor John Hurley appeared live on national television to reassure his Celtic compatriots that all would be fine and that there was no need to panic. Millions of people tipped in to watch …

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Crawley faces stiff competition in bid for city status

CRAWLEY has officially made an offer to become a city – the final list of cities across the country being finalized today. Crawley is one of 39 cities to apply for city status to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee next year, with the government due to announce competition winners in …

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Crash on Smith Neck Road in Isle of Wight leaves 1 woman dead, another seriously injured – WAVY.com

Crash on Smith Neck Road in Isle of Wight leaves 1 woman dead, another seriously injured News / 7 hours ago Video A driver found on top of a vehicle was found in water at the Craney Island fuel depot in Portsmouth News / 8 hours ago Video Former Chesapeake …

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Lord Frost’s resignation is a blow to the many Tories whose views he represents

SIR – Lord Frost has been reported to have resigned because “he is infuriated by the high spending regime, the obsession with achieving ‘net zero’ environmental goals and Covid vaccine passports”. I would suggest that his views represent most Conservative voters better than those of the Number 10 regime. Mike …

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Aer Lingus and Emerald Airlines strengthen Aer Lingus regional network

Aer Lingus and Emerald Airlines announced the details of the start of Regional Aer Lingus flights, with tickets now on sale. Aer Lingus CEO Lynne Embleton with Emerald Airlines CEO Conor McCarthy and an Emerald Airline ATR72-600 – Image, Aer Lingus Emerald Airlines will operate flights under a franchise agreement. …

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Aer Lingus Regional to start 10 months ahead of schedule

Aer Lingus and Emerald Airlines have announced that they will begin operating regional Aer Lingus flights in March, 10 months ahead of schedule. Regional Aer Lingus flights, operated under a franchise agreement by Emerald Airlines, will begin on March 17. Emerald Airlines plans to operate more than 340 flights per …

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Leadership challenge ‘on the cards’ after prime minister suffers biggest rebellion

Leadership challenge against PM must ‘be on the agenda’ in New Year, senior Tory official warned, after Boris Johnson suffered biggest rebellion as Commons Prime Minister . Nearly 100 Conservative MPs defied the whip by voting against the introduction of compulsory Covid passes to access nightclubs and large venues. The …

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when Antony Sher and I reinvented ‘The Tempest’

It is amazing to think that a play written in the 17th century can seem so relevant, powerful and poignant. When people saw our production, they all said “It’s an African story”. We had a lot of discussion about South African politics in the rehearsal room, with our director, the …

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John Ruskin fan credited with renewed interest in him has died

The man who inspired renewed interest in writer, philosopher and art critic John Ruskin has died at the age of 90. James S. Dearden, master of St George’s Guild from 2004-2009 and former student of Bembridge School, died on October 23. The guild is the arts, crafts and rural economy …

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A green Germany elected by young people

The transition to a green economy is the general motto of the new German tripartite coalition, led by the Social Democrats, which will take the helm next week. The revolutionary plan, coming soon after the Glasgow Climate Summit, was a concrete embodiment of the summit’s conclusions. Such a commitment, coming …

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£ 40million plans to develop new site in Ramsey unveiled – Energy FM

Thu 02 Dec 2021 By Sarah Hendy – Local Democracy Reporter Plans for £ 40million to develop an entirely new site in Ramsey have been unveiled. The “Sulby Riverside” site is located at Ballachrink Farm in the center of town. It is bordered by the Poyll Dooey Nature Reserve to …

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Letters: Boris Johnson was never a true Conservative | Boris Johnson

WWhat sprung to me from Andrew Rawnsley’s accounts of all the different factions of the Conservative Party screaming their frustrations was that Boris Johnson was not who they thought he was (“Boris Johnson united all factions conservative – angry with him “, Commentary). The center thinks he is not liberal …

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LIVE: British Airways, easyJet and TUI launch Black Friday deals with huge travel discounts

Easyjet launches its Black Friday offers for 2021 You wait hours for decent travel deals, then two sets arrive at once! On the heels of British Airways the launch of its Black Friday offers comes Easyjet, who also hit their discounts this morning. There are discounts on a range of …

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“Border restrictions for tourists should be discussed”

Staycation provider thinks this is a ‘key debate’ to have Discussions are due to take place around the Isle of Man border restrictions for tourists visiting the Manx coasts. This is the conviction of the travel supplier Island Escapes as it continues its preparations to welcome visitors in 2022. The …

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Newmark: represents Graceada Partners in the $ 38 million sale of a 148-unit apartment community in Sacramento, Calif.

November 23, 2021 9:00 AM Newmark[1] announces that it has arranged the sale of Westlake Apartments, a 148-unit multi-family property located at 1 Shoal Court in Sacramento, Calif., for $ 38 million. Demographic shifts towards more affordable areas of California continue to benefit the commercial real estate market in the …

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Palestinian kills man in Jerusalem before police shoot him down

A Palestinian gunman opened fire in Jerusalem’s Old City on Sunday, killing one and wounding four others before being shot dead by Israeli police. It was not immediately clear whether Hamas, an Islamic militant group vowed to destroy Israel, ordered the attack or whether one of its members acted alone. …

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Island aims to attract half a million visitors |

Dr Alex Allinson MHK Print and digital download photos available The island is expected to attract half a million visitors a year by 2032, according to the government. Enterprise Minister Alex Allinson presented the government’s goal to the House of Keys last week. He said: “The Isle of Man visiting …

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Albania criticizes ‘false information’ on UK Asylum Hub report

Albania on Thursday scorned reports that the country may be preparing to host an offshore center to detain those seeking asylum in the UK, in the latest blow to London’s efforts to find a solution to an increase in illegal immigration in small boats. Albanian Foreign Minister Olta Xhaçka criticized …

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Increased revenues from biometrics and access control clear and BIO-key

The increased demand for biometrics led to an increase in revenues for Clear and BIO-key, while Telos ID contributed to the growth of its parent company and Nxt-ID saw a slight decline in profits. Trust Stamp, meanwhile, is gearing up to serve the potential metaverse crypto-asset market with a new …

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IT News Online – Trust Stamp Establishes Metapresence (TM) Subsidiary To Offer Its Secure Cryptographic Key Vault Solution

ATLANTA, GA / ACCESSWIRE / November 15, 2021 / Trust Stamp (OTCQX: IDAI, Euronext Growth: AIID ID), a global provider of AI-based trust and identity services used across multiple industries, today announced that it has initiated the establishment process Limited meta-presence as a wholly owned subsidiary of cryptoassets on the …

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Enterprise political members announced

Callister and Greenhill keep their posts The political members of this administration for the Business Department have been announced. Onchan MHK Rob Callister remains in office as Visit Isle of Man and Motorsports representative, as does MLC, Peter Greenhill, for Finance Isle of Man and as Manx National Heritage Trustee. …

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Getting Kids to Consider Careers in Tech |

Print and digital download photos available We need young girls and boys to understand the kind of cool jobs out there We are all aware of the well-documented skill shortages in so-called STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) industries. The local LoveTech charity was formed to inspire girls and young …

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UK minimum wage higher than IOM |

Councilor Douglas and member of the Manx Labor Party, Devon Watson Print and digital download photos available The UK minimum wage is set to rise and widen the gap between it and the Isle of Man even further. British Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced last week that there would be an …

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