Isle Of Man Economy

Diced Manx Beef and Minced at Tesco |

The official launch at Tesco of new Isle of Man Meats ground and diced beef products (L to R) Colin Pilkington, Compliance Officer, Isle of Man Meats; Neil Connell Store Manager Tesco Douglas; Kelley Maddocks Packaging and Labeling Supervisor, Isle of Man Meats; Tim Baker chair, Isle of Man meats; …

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Tax havens and double standards-I – Opinion

Prime Minister Imran Khan has rightly observed that issues relating to offshore tax havens must be seen in the broader perspective of outflows from poor countries to rich countries. It is very unfortunate that the so-called financial wizards and economists who are ardent supporters of the capitalist economy hesitate to …

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Reflection on the general elections |

Sarah Maltby and her father David Cretney Print and digital download photos available Well, the excitement of the Isle of Man 2021 General Election has now translated into 24 MHK taking their seats and getting down to hard work over the next five years. Many issues were highlighted during the …

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Travel News: Cool Getaways – Todayuknews

Tent experience in Antarctica White Desert has long been a key player in the Antarctic exploration game – a gateway for the curious that doesn’t involve the commitment, time, or training of a full-fledged expedition. His first camp here, Oasis from where – accessible by air from Cape Town throughout …

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The statue in front of the Gaiety Theater |

Print and digital download photos available The statue outside the Gaiety Theater has now been officially unveiled. It features two dancers and features an artistic tiling depicting the Manx O Land of Our Birth’s national anthem and the poem When Childher Plays from Betsy Lee by Manx National Poet TE …

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The suspect of stabbing Bourne arrested

BOURNE – Bourne police arrested the suspect for a stabbing that took a man to hospital by medical plane on Monday evening. Agents responded to Clover Paving Co. at 584 MacArthur Blvd. around 5:45 p.m. Monday for a reported stabbing. Once there, they found the 32-year-old victim with multiple stab …

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The role of Biosphere partners |

UNESCO Biosphere’s Breeshey Kermode (middle) presents certificate to Jennie Bronte-Hearne and Chris Till Print and digital download photos available Jo Overty, Project Manager, UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man In the latest in a series of articles on the UNESCO Biosphere on the Isle of Man, we take a look at …

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Alistair Ramsay: You must vote |

Alistair ramsay Print and digital download photos available In the last House of Keys general election, only half of the 60,000 people registered on the electoral roll bothered to do so. At 53%, national turnout in 2016 was the lowest in decades and well below the UK equivalent (69% in …

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A week of elections, for better or for worse

This article is an on-site version of our The Week Ahead newsletter. Register now here to receive the newsletter directly in your inbox every Sunday Hello and welcome to the working week, It’s election time. From Toronto to Berlin, from Moscow to Reykjavík, not to mention Douglas on the Isle …

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The world’s first adaptive digital currency ndau added to

Douglas, Isle of Man, September 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – ndau, the world’s first adaptive digital currency, has been included in Messari’s verified ledger of blockchain and cryptocurrency projects. The leading website now offers contextualized data and analytics for the currency and its adaptive DeFi economy. Regular updates on the …

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But poor countries might never see it

Today, August 31, the goal of 70% vaccination has been achieved. However, poor countries are lagging behind and the third dose goes undetected. NOT. vaccination campaign Continue, now straight ahead, in Italy as in the rest of the world. However, the issues are far from over and there are still …

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That’s all folks! Film Industry Final Report Shows Low Return on Isle of Man Government’s £ 50million Investment |

Print and digital download photos available It is clear that the island’s £ 50million investment in the film industry has had a low return on investment, a Tynwald committee concluded. And the Public Accounts Committee report reveals that opportunities were missed that could have prevented the £ 26million loss from …

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AGENDA – Political and general news Events of August 9

For other agendas, please see: Political and general news Main economic events Emerging markets Economic events Public debt auctions The US Federal Reserve today in Washington ————————————————– ———————— This newspaper is filed daily. ** Indicates new events ——————————————– —————————– MONDAY 9 AUGUST ** MOSCOW – Russian President Vladimir Putin participates …

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Prime Minister becomes Minister of Enterprise |

Isle of Man Government Briefing on Covid-19 for Thursday, June 17, 2021 – Pictured Chief Minister Howard Quayle Print and digital download photos available Following the election of Laurence Skelly MLC as President of Tynwald, the Chief Minister assumed the role of Minister of Enterprise. According to the Constitution Act …

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What is your child’s daycare worth? |

Print and digital download photos available not everyone appreciates child care the same as sitting in an office moving money Most of us, if asked to name the most precious thing in our life, would say without hesitation, “Our children”. So how come the preschool child care industry – and …

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Another candidate for Douglas Est |

Pierre Gilmour Print and digital download photos available Another candidate ran for the constituency of Douglas East. Information technology professional Peter Gilmour says he has worked for clients in the online gaming industry, specializing in data engineering and data science. Peter, who lives in Douglas, is one of four generations …

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Strong growth under PNoy Aquino and tax cuts under Duterte

TIt follows last week’s article, “The Economic and Energy Legacy of PNoy Aquino” (June 28). Also good opinion pieces on the administration of the late President Benigno “PNoy” Aquino here at Business world are “PNoy and Inclusion” (June 27) by Dr Raul Fabella, and “PNoy’s Little-Known Contribution: Rapid Industrialization” (July …

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Broadway at The Basie coming this fall

The Count Basie Center for the Arts has announced an upcoming performance series this fall titled “Broadway at the Basie.” The series will debut with “Rain-A Tribute to the Beatles” on October 24; tickets for this show are on sale now. After this show will be “Beautiful: the Carole King …

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Let’s legalize cannabis for recreation

Bob Comish from Ballamaddrell Farm in Grenaby – Print and digital download photos available A farmer wants cannabis to be legal for recreational use on the island. This comes after the opening of license applications for the production, distribution and export of medicinal cannabis from the Isle of Man. Tynwald …

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Obama Says Fox News Viewers See “Different Reality”

Former president Barack obama said that Fox News viewers see a “different reality” compared to readers of The New York Times. © Getty Images Former President Barack Obama speaks during a campaign rally with then-Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Belle Isle October 31, 2020 in Detroit, Michigan. -Getty Images …

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Craig Allen says: Meet Greg Kihn

The Greg Kihn Band was founded by singer Greg Kihn and bassist Steve Wright. And although the lineup has changed over the years, the band is still touring (before COVID) today. Greg Kihn began his musical career in Baltimore. He started writing songs and performing in local cafes while in …

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