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, journalist Siobhan Fletcher spoke to the Chief Minister.
She also keeps readers up to date with the rest of the new developments.
In our MHK column, Juan Watterson talks about his plan to reform the public sector.
Ramsey MHK Alex Allinson will introduce legislation to allow terminally ill adults to seek medical assistance in dying.
A campaign has been launched in Ramsey to persuade dog owners not only to dispose of their pets’ feces, but also their urine.
The former chief clinical nurse at Castle View Nursing Home in Peel, Ruth Pugh, has been struck off following charges involving six residents.
Despite planning officers’ initial recommendation to turn it down, plans for a £6million swimming pool and 50m sports complex on the grounds of King William’s College were given the green light.
Meanwhile, the bar at Fynoderee Distillery in Ramsey has won its planning fight to extend opening hours and provide outdoor seating.
Two well-known Isle of Man residents have appeared on this year’s Sunday Times rich list.
Offender Paul Clint Shields appeared in court and admitted possessing £1,762 worth of heroin after it was found in his buttocks.
Seven in 10 women say there is a general lack of support and understanding around menopause – and the issue is being addressed by the Chamber of Commerce.
In our Word on the Street feature, journalist Tom Curphey asked people what they expected from the TT.
Father and daughter William Peter Hay and Rachel Jayne Hay, who committed benefits fraud, have been convicted.
Another benefits fraudster, Kathryne Marie Hill, who did not say her partner lived with and supported her, was also punished.
The latest pictures of the Manx taxpayer funded Liverpool terminal development.
Our series of images show some of the highlights of Manx life each week. In today’s paper we have the Castletown Park Picnic and the Race the Sun event.
David Cretney writes about Raina Chatel, whose term as mayor is over, as well as the old bakeries and concerts at the Lido.
Liquid manure is a big novelty at the moment, our farmer friends will agree. For our food and agriculture pages, Julie Blackburn talks to the Coole family about it.
Also on the pages, when TT winners take to the podium this year, the magnums presented to them for the traditional celebratory spray will contain locally made Foraging Vintners rhubarb fizz.
In Working Week, 3FM’s Ron Berry takes on a new role after the commercial radio station is sold.
Our first page from the past is a TT Special from 1959, the era of Geoff Duke.
For our charity feature, Siobhan Fletcher interviews Laxey and Lonan Heritage Trust Chairman Andrew Scarffe.
The success of FC Isle of Man is the main story on the back page.
There are 10 sports pages in all.
There is also our letter page, crosswords, a television guide and community news.
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