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In this Isle of Man reviewer, we report exclusively on the results of a survey carried out by the British Medical Association on the island.

Not comfortable reading for Manx Care bosses.

Stephen Paul Binding, who stabbed a police officer, has been convicted.

Children aged five to 11 have started receiving the Covid-19 vaccine, while some people are still showing up for their first jab.

Simon David Lomax, who assaulted his girlfriend and a 14-year-old boy, has been convicted.

Ramsey Commissioner Wilfred George Young appeared in court after dumping trash without a license.

A patient’s unencrypted medical record was emailed to around 2,200 email recipients in a massive data breach.

Plans to treat potentially toxic waste from the old Raggatt landfill to a new sewage treatment plant have been rejected by a former government environmental protection official.

The actions of some people taking items from the Northern Civic Amenity Site’s recycling shed and offering them for sale in shops and market stalls – despite a sign saying the practice is prohibited – were raised during the Ramsey commissioners meeting.

A group of 29 completed a walk along the El Camino route in Spain for Junior Achievement Isle of Man.

A well-known couple from Peel have raised £700 for the Manx Breast Cancer Support Group following Bert Quayle’s 90th birthday celebrations.

A reception was held at Government House to celebrate the birthday of James Fenton, the island’s last veteran of the Burma Campaign of World War II.

Our charity article looks at victim support.

Plans to treat potentially toxic waste from the old Raggatt landfill to a new sewage treatment plant have been rejected by a former government environmental protection official.

As Tynwald is set to discuss whether horse-drawn trams will be running this season, the Isle of Man Examiner asked the public if they missed them while they weren’t running .

The Friends of Sophia Goulden have announced that a model of the statue they wish to see installed on the island is now on display.

Sean Thomas Patrick O’Neill, a 33-year-old man from Port Erin, admitted punching and headbutting the pub owner.

Andrew Raymond Moughtin has been punished after admitting he was a passenger in a stolen vehicle.

In his column, David Cretney asks readers what their favorite gig was.

Our food and farming pages look at pony racing and look forward to agricultural shows.

Our front page of the past looks back to the Isle of Man Weekly Times in 1954, when an end to meat rationing was discussed.

Our Working Week section looks at ideas for boosting tourism.

On the last page, our sports team was at the launch of the TT and heard some interesting news from Michael Dunlop.

There is also our letter page, crosswords, a television guide and community news.

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