We asked Keys candidates the same questions for the first part of our special election in this week’s Isle of Man Examiner.
One of the questions we asked was which law they would like to see.
There are many illuminating answers.
The 12 pages cover the first six constituencies in alphabetical order. The rest will be in the Manx Independent on Thursday.
The main story is about the Manx government borrowing £ 400million to fund green programs and other things, including the new Steam Packet ferry.
Why emergency services spent days cleaning a house in Port St Mary
A candidate for Keys claims £ 800bn of gas was found under the Manx seabed.
Manx Utilities bosses are to meet with Peel commissioners regarding raw sewage in the bay.
A government review of death certificates since the start of the pandemic has identified 10 more deaths as being linked to Covid-19, bringing the total number of deaths on the island to 48.
How travel restrictions are relaxed.
Chief Callum Robert Dubost, who refused to leave a nightclub and then fled the police, has been sentenced by a court.
Michael Portillo was seen on the island.
Road closure notices extending through October 8 could signal a further delay in the much-anticipated full opening of Douglas Drive.
Teenage Amy Mackie, who kicked a police officer and shouted “Go back to your own country”, has been sentenced.
As Bunscoill Ghaelgagh turns 20, journalist Siobhan Fletcher looks at the history of the school and its role in the revival of the Manx language.
Why Arg Beiyn, the island’s veterinary practice, had to stop accepting new clients.
Manx culture was represented at the weekend London Podcast Festival, which celebrates podcasts from around the world.
The Isle of Man Film Festival is set to return next month after cancellations due to the pandemic.
Manx National Heritage’s Heritage Open Days event returns for its 12th year.
Plasterer Kevin Paul Murphy, a liquor driver who ran into another liquor driver on New Years Day, has been convicted.
Have you lost the habit of using cash now that it’s so easy to use plastic? We ask people in our Word on the Street article.
A case of shopping rage at the Onchan Co-op resulted in the punishment of customer Ryan John Seed.
Two cover pages of the Michael Produce Show.
Zurich Community Champion Serena Wood explains how businesses can help good causes.
Our Best Sports History features Tour de France star Mark Cavendish and the Commonwealth Games.
There are 10 sports pages in total.
There’s also our letters page, crossword puzzles, TV guide, and community news.
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