In this week’s Isle of Man Examiner, a campaign to help a teenage car crash victim raises thousands of pounds for his family.
The Isle of Man is to help thousands of Syrian refugee children under a £1.4million project.
Teenager Connor Ethan Gilardoni has admitted assault causing serious bodily harm after an attack left a man with a fractured eye socket.
Oliver Chambers climbed the equivalent height of Everest (8,849 meters) by ascending and descending Cronk ny Arrey Laa (437 m) a total of 22 times non-stop, which took him 16 hours and 44 minutes.
An MHK is concerned about the support currently in place for first-time buyers on the island.
There has been a 71% increase in dismissals for sexual assault and violence, according to Victim Support.
The last local authorities to set their tariffs.
MHK Jason Moorhouse has raised concerns about new uncontrolled level crossings on Douglas Drive.
Defendant Shem Heather Allanson claimed she was ‘kidnapped’ and ‘incarcerated’ when she appeared in court for a tax offence.
More than 700 people were newly hired into government last year.
In our last article on small charities, we focus on the Rob Vine Fund.
Phil Crellin has finished a 36-year career with the RNLI, the charity that saves lives at sea. Gemma Nettle told him about her experience for a page feature.
Over the weekend, volunteers helped clean up the lake in Mooragh Park after it was drained. We have a special photo.
After the Douglas Council announced it would reduce bin collections from weekly to fortnightly later this year, we went to Strand Street to gauge people’s views on the move.
We also remind readers that the idea was brought to council last year but rejected at the time.
The restoration of Ramsey’s Queen’s Pier is entrusted to a new project manager, Dennis Curphey, as it enters phase two of the work.
Why Ramsey people are being asked to work from home if they can.
One of Douglas’ main roads to the south has been closed while work is underway on the Pulrose Bridge. Photographer Callum Staley shows us the latest in aerials with a series of drone shots.
Lots of photos from the island’s inaugural fitness day.
There are plans to bring back ‘bigger and better’ the accommodation village to the site of the former Douglas prison for the TT and the Manx Grand Prix.
Craig Phillip Teare, who attempted to smuggle cocaine into the island hidden within, has been convicted.
In our food and farming pages, we talk to the leaders of the National Manx Farmers Union who warn us that rising food prices are inevitable.
We have two political columns.
In the first, Alistair Ramsay talks about Chief Minister Alfred Cannan’s setback to his Island Plan.
And in the second, Daphne Caine says people really struggle with money.
In Working Week, we hear about a couple who started a business making delicious cookies.
We also look at the Three Ministers event.
In sports, another FC Isle of Man victory is on the back page.
There are 10 action-packed sports pages in total.
There is also our letter page, crosswords, a television guide and community news.
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