Isle Of Man Ferry

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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VIDEO REVEALS HOW TOUR OF BRITAIN’S FINAL STAGE WILL CHALLENGE ELITE CYCLISTS – Island Echo

As the world’s best professional cyclists prepare to take on the Tour of Britain this autumn, ferry company Wightlink is shining a light on the delights and challenges of the final leg of the race around and across the Isle of Wight . Experienced local cyclists have produced a short …

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Letters: There must now be a full public inquiry into the ferry fiasco

THE comments made by Stephen Boyle, Auditor General of Scotland, to a Holyrood committee investigating the ferry building fiasco are quite extraordinary (“Public finance watchdog warns over ‘lack of ferry transparency'”, The Herald, April 22). Ultimately, they reveal a real frustration at not being able to verify all the facts, …

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A man was hit and killed by a truck while standing next to NJ Turnpike

EAST WINDSOR — A man was hit by a tractor-trailer on New Jersey’s turnpike on Saturday afternoon, causing huge traffic delays. Charles H. Niclas 3rd, 43, of Somerdale, was standing outside a vehicle on the shoulder of the northbound outer road north of Junction 8 at East Windsor at around …

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A man hopes to visit the world’s 1,000 biggest cities on a charity walk around the world to reach Sheffield this weekend

Travel writer Steven Primrose-Smith has embarked on the Length of the Equator Walk, which will see the 51-year-old circumnavigate the globe, covering at least 24,901 miles, in the Isle of Man the 1st of April. Steven will raise money for Doctors Without Borders through his mammoth challenge, which he says …

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Planning Guide for Visiting Virgin Islands National Park

when should we go The best time of year to visit VINP is March through June, with less rainfall and slightly cooler temperatures (with highs in the mid-80s instead of the 90s) and fewer visitors. The island’s rainy season, from July to October, is characterized by high humidity and the …

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Strangford Lough 2022 sailing schedule released

There is certainly a wide variety of racing this season at Strangford Lough. The Strangford Lough Race Calendar has just released its 2022 calendars and the busy months to the end of September kick off with the club’s two-day Quoile YC Spring Series at the end of April at the …

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Wightlink receives £276,800 to improve journeys for disabled customers

Wightlink receives £276,800 to improve journeys for disabled customers WIGHTLINK has been awarded £276,800 to help improve travel to and from the Isle of Wight for customers with disabilities. The ferry company‘s submission for the government’s Marine Accessibility Fund grant was drafted after consultation with accessible travel company Unlimited Island. …

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Northern Lighthouse Board’s Aids to Navigation Tender Dry-Docks for ‘Special Survey’ at H&W Belfast Shipyard

Northern Lighthouse Board aids to the navigation vessel NLV Pharos which operates in Scottish waters, is currently at the Harland & Wolff shipyard in Belfast for a scheduled dry-docking which occurs twice over a 5-year period, writes Jehan Ashmore. Commenting to Afloat, Mike Bullock, Managing Director of the Northern Lighthouse …

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Our history teaches us to treat asylum seekers with kindness | Aviva Dautch

I am writing this from the Isle of Man, where I have spent the past few days, alongside 50 descendants of German and Austrian Jews interned here as “enemy aliens” during World War II, with colleagues Monica Bohm-Duchen , founding director of Insiders/Outsiders who conceived the idea of ​​the trip, …

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The Edwards Virginia Smokehouse – Smithfield Times

A century of ham on the James First in a series on the history of Virginia ham Story of Phyllis SpeidellPhotos of John H. Sheally II As anyone who has spent more than a few days in West Tidewater can tell you, country ham is not only a highlight of …

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Ferguson Marine CalMac ferry scandal: Which case tells us how the SNP treats friends – Murdo Fraser MSP

You see, while it’s obvious the SNP doesn’t know how to build a ferry, they’re pretty good at throwing theirs under a bus. Let me take you back to a time when the words ‘Deputy Prime Minister’ described a Liberal Democrat, Scottish Labor needed a bus not a unicycle to …

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Wheaton’s Way – Cayman Compass

With St. Patrick’s Day this past week, I thought it would make sense to reflect on my connection to the Emerald Isle and what makes it so special. Although born in England, I have Irish ancestry on both sides of the family. On top of that my brother Dominic was …

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After a recent fight, a NJ man killed a pedestrian with a pickup truck

PAULSBORO — A 68-year-old Gloucester County man is charged with murder after Sunday’s fatal hit-and-run of a man he had recently fought, authorities said Tuesday. Giovanni Esposito, of the Gibbstown section of Greenwich, was arrested shortly after the fatal incident on Sunday afternoon, according to the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office. …

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Big losses on the Isle of Man Steam package in the first year of the pandemic

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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ISLAND WITH LOVE: ISLE OF WIGHT AID REACHES UKRAINIAN REFUGEES – Island Echo

Wootton man Daniel Williams drove a minibus loaded with donations from the Isle of Wight to the Ukrainian border. Ryde School alumnus Daniel Williams – who fled Ukraine with his young family a fortnight ago – has returned to Eastern Europe with vital supplies for those fleeing the Russian invasion …

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Hiking in Ibiza: why walking is the best way to explore this sometimes overlooked beauty of the Balearic Islands

The sudden sight of Cala d’en Serra beach is worth it. We are northeast of Ibiza, several kilometers from anywhere. We walked from Portinatx, past the majestic 170ft candy-striped Moscarter lighthouse and along an intricate coastal path with lush pine forest, orange and lemon groves on one side, steep cliffs, …

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A Bruce Springsteen Museum is coming to Freehold, NJ

It could hardly be more perfect. In the town where Bruce Springsteen was born and raised, there is a fire station at 49 West Main St. On Monday night, the Freehold Borough Council passed a resolution to take that fire station and turn it into a museum for the rocker …

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Motorcycle enthusiasts can prepare for several events this summer

Those who appreciate motorcycles should have plenty of opportunities to see them up close this summer in Europe. (Stock) As the warmer months of northern Europe approach temptingly closer, motorcyclists have two reasons to rejoice. Soon it will be time to pull their two-wheelers out of storage, and after two …

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Isle of Wight rounds up aid to help Ukrainian refugees

An aid ferry will leave the Isle of Wight for Moldova on Friday evening. An arctic truck, loaded with clothes, food, toiletries, survival tents and more, will take a few days to reach neighboring war-torn Ukraine. This is where many refugees arrive, driven from their homes by the Russian invasion. …

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UK’s ‘complicated’ Covid travel rule set to change ahead of Easter holiday

Covid travel rules are set to become much simpler as ‘complicated’ passenger locator forms are set to be scrapped by early April. Current rules require all tourists to complete a Covid travel form before returning to the UK. Current rules state that the form must be submitted within three days …

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A decade of waiting for toilets could soon be over

Symbister Harbor at Whalsay. Photo: John Coutts Ten years is a long wait for the toilets, but that’s exactly how long some ferry users have had to wait. But there could be some relief later in the year. The current status of toilets both at ferry terminals and on board …

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Belleek Men’s Shed is busy building traditional Lough Erne beds

There is a great buzz of carpentry activity in the Belleek Men’s Shed and on the West Island in County Fermanagh. But this is no ordinary woodworking – this is the construction of traditional Lough Erne beds. The cradle was originally a burnt log or a hollowed out tree. It …

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Preston and the communications revolution

Preston Telephone Exchange 1918 Pic: Preston Digital Archive Few people know that the electrical communications revolution began in the 19th century. In the 1870s, the wealthy could telegraph New York to book a hotel, then hop on a steamer and be there in 14 days. Liverpool was the nearest home …

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Survivor found in burning Greek ferry

A survivor was rescued from the stern of a still burning passenger ferry in Greece. A Coastguard spokesman said the man, a Belarusian, was found on the left rear side of the Euroferry Olympia in good condition. The Italian-owned ferry, which was carrying more than 290 passengers and crew, as …

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Storm Eunice hits northern Europe with dangerously strong winds

LONDON – High winds battered parts of Britain and northern Europe on Friday as a severe storm killed at least six people in the region, damaged buildings and severely disrupted travel by air, land and sea. The storm, called Eunice, ripped through roofs, threw debris onto the streets, sent planes …

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CalMac: Call for Public Inquiry as Ferry Emergency Assistance Costs Surge 40x in a Decade

Calls have been made for a public inquiry into Scotland’s vital state ferry services as new figures show the cost of short-term chartering to support the aging fleet has risen more than forty-fold in ten years. It comes as the rate of planned sailing cancellations nearly doubled during the Covid …

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Demand for public inquiry as support for Scottish emergency ferries soars 40-fold in a decade

Call for public inquiry as costs of supporting emergency ferries soar 40-fold in a decade Calls have been made for a public inquiry into Scotland’s vital state ferry services as new figures show the cost of short-term chartering to support the aging fleet has risen more than forty-fold in ten …

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Madawaska man killed in head-on collision on Highway 1

A 20-year-old Madawaska died Friday afternoon in a head-on collision on Highway 1 near the Grand Isle-Madawaska Town line. Madawaska police and emergency personnel responded to the crash around 1:00 p.m. at a curve in the road not far from the Grand Isle rest area. The victim of the accident …

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American airman from New Jersey charged with sex crimes against his daughter

JERSEY CITY – A member of the United States Air Force allegedly transmitted explicit images and videos while stationed in Dubai and his minor daughter returned to her home in New Jersey, according to a statement from the prosecutor’s office. of Hudson County on Wednesday. It’s as accurate a description …

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Rick Steves: Mediterranean Dreams on the Amalfi Coast and Isle of Capri

Along the heights of Italy’s Amalfi Coast, every inch is terraced, connected by steep stone stairways that tempt visitors with scintillating – but treacherous – views of the Mediterranean. Along the heights of Italy’s Amalfi Coast, every inch is terraced, connected by steep stone stairways that tempt visitors with scintillating …

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UK Seasonal Ferry Market Statistics & Forecast 2022 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Ferrystat Seasonal and Forecast Report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The Passenger Report (and associated spreadsheet) presents seasonally adjusted data for major ferry routes based on monthly figures generated by the Monthly Passenger Ferry Survey (Ferrystat). Data is shown for passengers, cars and coaches for UK Mainland …

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Prosecution Presents Case in Hadsell Trial – Farmville

The jury trial of a Norfolk man accused of killing his stepdaughter nearly seven years ago entered day six in Southampton Circuit Court earlier this week. Wesley Paul Hadsell, 43, was formally charged on January 14, 2019 with the first degree murder of Angelica “AJ” Hadsell on March 3, 2015. …

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NJ man charged with Jersey City light rail murder

JERSEY CITY — A 37-year-old man has been arrested and charged with fatally stabbing a 49-year-old city resident at a light rail station. Around 11:30 p.m. Friday night, Jersey City police responded to the Danforth Avenue light rail station, where Kenneth Brown was stabbed in the upper body, according to …

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36 stunning images show 200 years of ferries crossing the River Mersey

Ferries across the Mersey began with crossings by Benedictine monks over 800 years ago Whether ferrying passengers to work or packed with tourist tourists, river ferry rides have become the symbol of Merseyside. Ferries have crossed the River Mersey for over 800 years and began with Benedictine monks charging a …

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Binghamton man gets 3 to 9 years in West Side fatal crash

The driver of a car that killed a 70-year-old Binghamton man in a horrific crash in a West Side neighborhood is heading to state prison. Elijah Burnside, 24, of Binghamton, had pleaded guilty to second-degree manslaughter in connection with the November 21, 2019 accident. Burnside was sentenced to three to …

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Port of Immingham plotting £100m expansion

Plans are being drawn up for the construction of a new £100million freight terminal at the Port of Immingham in Humber, Lincolnshire. The Association of British Ports (ABP) has signed an agreement with Swedish ferry company Stena Line to jointly develop the new terminal, which it described as “an important …

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Woman drives 500 miles for driving test – and fails

A woman traveled 500 miles by car and ferry to pass what is believed to be the UK’s easiest driving test – and failed. Constance Kampfner drove all the way from London to the Isle of Mull, having chosen the test route after discovering it only had one roundabout. But …

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Travel back in time by car in characterful motorhomes

A COLD and wet camping trip in the Yorkshire Dales has put a couple on the road to a new life. Tracey and John Richardson endured a miserable break in the Yorkshire Dales in 2006 with rain battering their tent. “We were with a group of friends and it was …

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Isle of Man Steam package will offer assistance to Manx Grand Prix passengers

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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Wildwood man arrested for not one, but two car burglaries

A 19-year-old Wildwood man is in trouble with the law for allegedly breaking into two vehicles near his home. According to the Wildwood Police Department, their officers were called to 300 West Block of Cresse Avenue just before 1 a.m. Sunday. They say: ‘The response was a direct result of …

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WIGHTLINK REVENUE DROPS £30M DURING COVID BUT FERRY COMPANY STILL MAKES £4M PROFIT – Island Echo

Cross-Solent ferry operator Wightlink saw its turnover plummet by £30m during the COVID pandemic but still made a pre-tax profit of £4m – according to the latest figures from the company’s accounts. It has been revealed that the company, which operates on 3 routes to and from the Isle of …

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Make time for more vacation: enjoy the great outdoors or take on the Wild West in an old-fashioned “shootout”

With several scenic nature walks to explore, there’s no better way to truly experience Sentosa than on foot. These nature trails are suitable for hikers of all ages, so gather the family or your best friends for a day of exploring together. Start your hike at Sentosa Nature Discovery, located …

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Keansburg, NJ police officer recovers from stabbing in drugstore

KEANSBURG – An officer remains hospitalized after being stabbed Thursday afternoon while responding to a pharmacy robbery that resulted in the suspect being shot in the skin by police. Keansburg Police received several 911 calls regarding the theft at the Keansburg pharmacy at approximately 3:20 p.m. “Several officers” fired their …

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MS Norröna: the deadly fire of a ferry in the Irish Sea

IRISH FERRIES, then B&I, first established its Pembroke Dock-Rosslare ferry line in 1979 after the construction of a £ 6million ferry terminal on the River Cleddau in Pembrokeshire. For 11 years, they operated the route without serious incident, but that would all change on April 8, 1990. The MS Norröna …

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Elmwood Park, NJ, a man stabbed a woman with a kitchen knife

A 25-year-old man in Elmwood Park has been charged with attempted murder after stabbing a woman with a kitchen knife on New Years Eve, Bergen County District Attorney Mark Musella has announced. Emiliano Domi, a bakery employee, was arrested on Friday, according to the prosecution. Elmwood Park police responded to …

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The holidays in 2022: what will they look like?

IIf you thought 2021 was complex, prepare for 2022. As the travel industry is optimistic about the freedoms afforded by Covid-19 vaccines and as more destinations open up to vacationers, there will be always new documents, new buzzwords and new scenarios to be expected. Here’s what to look out for …

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Paterson, NJ, Police kill suspect in gun arrest

PATERSON – Police shot dead a man during their investigation into an earlier incident on Thursday evening, according to the state attorney general’s office. The shot was fired by an officer near East Main and Hillman streets shortly before 9 p.m., according to Acting Attorney General Andrew J. Bruck. The …

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New passenger ferry celebrating Isle of Man heritage comes to life

The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company claims the title of the oldest operating passenger transport company in the world. A few years ago, she decided to replace her current ferry, the Ben-my-Chree, with a new one. Called Manxman, the new ship will have enough room for 949 passengers, plus …

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Rebels without a cause: the anti-heroes of 2021 who made us laugh and laugh

In the rough waters of the Irish Sea, Dale McLaughlan clung to his jet ski for life. The rule-breaking trip to visit his (three-week-old) girlfriend was fit for the Milk Tray man but he felt, he later said, more “like a shitty James Bond.” On his headphones, the very appropriate …

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Christmas Service available to Sailors as a digital download from the Isle of Man Register

A special Sailor Christmas Service available for digital download for the crew during the holiday season has been developed by the Isle of Man Ship Register (IOMSR) and the Dutch Sailors’ Mission Association – Nederlandse Zeevarenden Central (NZC). OMSR Director Cameron Mitchell said the Christmas celebration is now available on …

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“I couldn’t believe it”: Ferry employee travels 500 miles to help passenger who missed the bus on vacation

A Wightlink ferry employee has been hailed as a hero after traveling more than 500 miles to save a passenger’s vacation. Hilary Spink had missed her coach in Portsmouth after traveling from Ryde to the Isle of Wight and returned home in tears thinking she had missed her long-awaited vacation. …

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New ferry ramp opens, luxury 50th anniversary PopSocket logo appears in Disney Springs, and more: Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney Springs photo report 12/18/21

Hello, buddies! We start our day at the Transportation and Ticket Center, so tie your laces and let’s go. The new ferry launching ramp is now in use at the TTC. Guests without a stroller or wheelchair can use the ramp to go upstairs. This ramp is a much more …

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Christmas travel chaos as thick fog significantly disrupts Isle of Man ferries

Heavy fog over the Irish Sea resulted in ferry cancellations between the Isle of man and Lancashire, causing serious disturbances Christmas travelers. Weather prevented the Ben-my-Chree from docking safely in Heysham on Saturday and Sunday noon, forcing the boat to return to Douglas on both days. Meanwhile, the ferry sailing …

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piece from 1979 to be placed under the keel of the new vessel |

Print and digital download photos available A piece from the Isle of Man will fulfill a centuries-old tradition and rest under the Steam Packet Company’s new ship, the Manxman, when it is built in South Korea next year. A keel piece is considered a symbol of good fortune and is …

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A man convicted of fraud and misuse of justice

The investigation began when Veterans UK, part of MOD’s Commercial Defense Services in Blackpool, raised concerns about the pension of a veteran who may have died and was still being paid. It was reported to the Ministry of Defense police (MDP) and Portsmouth officers furthered the investigation into suspect Michael …

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Ferry companies are reporting a boom in duty-free shopping by passengers looking for bargains

Ferry operators have seen a boom in duty-free sales since the restrictions were lifted, according to industry body Discover Ferries. This year’s reintroduction of duty-free shopping on board has led to a surge in pre-Christmas sales, with passengers enjoying discounted festive gifts and drinks on services to the Republic of …

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Climate Change Act Gets Royal Assent

Legislation committing the Isle of Man to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 has received Royal Assent. The 2021 Climate Change Act sets out the legal framework for planning, monitoring and reporting the reduction in greenhouse gas emissions needed to achieve net zero. This is the time when emissions from human …

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High pressure rises this week after a stormy night for the Scottish islands

There are big north-south differences with our UK weather for Monday morning and it continues this week. The high pressures accumulate from the south bringing more stable conditions, not too cold and sometimes very mild, like today. Further north we start with wild weather for the Northern Isles, a yellow …

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Travelers to Ireland from Britain Advised to Take Covid Tests for Five Days | Ireland

People traveling to Ireland from Britain will be asked to perform daily lateral flow tests for five consecutive days after arrival, the Irish government said Thursday evening. The tests will add to the recently announced requirement that travelers to the republic must undergo a PCR test or negative lateral flow …

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Bulletin 14 – December 2021

Errors in transit declarations from Great Britain In Bulletin 1 – January 2021, HMRC reminded you of the obligation to declare a transit office in departure declarations from January 1, 2021 once the UK has become a contracting party to the Common Transit Convention (CCT). For goods in transit, comply …

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Progress of Storm Barra across Ireland and the UK, with warnings previewed

The red maritime warning off the Irish coast mentions Violent Storm force 11 with huge dangerous waves arriving on the west coast. The Irish Coast Guard has issued a warning for Storm Barra, reminding people to ‘Stay back, stay up, stay dry’ “Walkers are advised to avoid all exposed areas, …

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OMICRON NOT YET DETECTED ON ISLE OF WIGHT WITH INITIAL SIGNS ‘MAY BE CORRECT’ VACCINES – Island Echo

No cases of the Omicron COVID variant have been found on the Isle of Wight so far, however, the island’s public health chief has urged us to be careful. A total of 246 Omicron COVID cases have been found in the UK so far, but, at least on Friday, the …

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Revised schedule for Castletown Christmas light on

Events like the Castletown Christmas light coming on give kids something to look forward to and enjoy. That’s the message from Nathan Rogers of the Castletown Christmas Committee. In a social media post, Castletown commissioners say they are aware that a number of events have been called off around the …

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Manx Utilities teams help restore power to Cumbria – Energy FM

Fri 03 Dec 2021 Crews from the Isle of Man are helping restore electricity supply to northern England. This follows the devastation caused by Storm Arwen last weekend. Two airline crews and an engineer from Manx Utilities left the island last weekend on the overnight ferry and immediately got to …

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Kush the red panda dies

Kush the red panda has passed away, just eight years old. Well known across the island – having escaped Curragh Wildlife Park not once, but twice – it’s safe to say that “Krafty Kush” was a character. The notorious escape artist was also a father – he had to be …

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Ex-judge questions student suspensions amid Wall, NJ hazing investigation

Former State Superior Court Judge Deborah Gramiccioni, now a lawyer in private practice representing several students at Wall Township High School, warned school administrators amid a number of school suspensions issued as the investigation continues into allegations of hazing in the locker room. The Monmouth County District Attorney’s Office is …

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New Covid Government Guidelines in Response to New Variant |

Wearing a face cover is now compulsory in public transport and in all health and social establishments. During a government briefing this evening, Chief Minister Alfred Cannan said it would be “mandatory” to wear a mask on public transport, including on the ferry and on a plane, and in hospitals …

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The men from Donegal who have won the FAI Cup over the years

If the Bohemians beat St Patrick’s Athletic in the FAI Senior Cup Final next Sunday at Aviva Stadium, Georgie Kelly will join a select group of players from Donegal who have won FAI Senior Cup medals after making the final. The first men from Donegal to win an FAI Senior …

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Yakima Shoplifter arrested after 14 hours of deadlock

It is that time of year when shoplifters are busy in local stores. While big cities see a huge problem with shoplifters, police in small towns are rampant. The incident began with a theft from a local grocery store In Yakima, police attempted to arrest a man for stealing from …

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Wacky ideas that government sources have exposed on migrant crossings

Last week, newspapers reported that government sources accused France of letting migrants cross the Channel as a “punishment for Brexit”. This week we are told that the UK may house more migrants in army barracks as a deterrent. Rarely does a week go by in Westminster without there being a …

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Road rage gunshots, Brick and NJ police search for truck

BRICK – Police called for the public’s help after a road rage incident, in which shots were fired from a pickup truck at a second car on Saturday evening. At approximately 7:45 p.m., Brick Township police responded to a report of red light shots at the Highway 70 and 88 …

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Caribbean vacations: why visit the small island of Canouan

What happens on the tiny island of Canouan must be confusing for the resident turtles as they enjoy their ritual sunset walk. Come to think of it, the 1,800 human inhabitants of this tiny Caribbean cracker must also scratch their heads at what they witness. Not so long ago there …

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