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Thought Pasty Tax was bad? The Isle of Man gives you...the Toilet Tax
It's known for its cats, queenies and TT races - but the Isle of Man may also soon be known for introducing a tax every bit as ridiculous sounding as the notorious 'pasty tax'.
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Driver rescued after car ravine drop
The man has been taken to Noble's hospital for treatment and was said to be in a "stable condition" A man has been rescued after the car he was driving crashed 20ft down a ravine in the Isle of Man.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
Undergraduate projects sought for 2014 STEP Scheme
The Department of Economic Development is encouraging Isle of Man-based organisations to take part in the 2014 STEP Programme.
Revving up for the arrival of thousand of bikers
THOUSANDS of bikers will descend on Hastings on May Bank Holiday Monday to take part in the 36th annual celebration of the motorbike.
Jaks reopens after fire
Fire broke out on Wednesday evening, with more than 200 people evacuated from the bar and restaurant on Loch promenade in Douglas.
Escaped lemur spotted in driveway
A ring-tailed lemur called Linta who escaped from a wildlife park on the Isle of Man more than a week ago has been spotted for the first time.
Fearless flying: Why some education can help you force the anxieties to fly away
The moment of truth had arrived - there I was in the car park of Belfast International Airport, waiting to check in for my experience flight.
Pan Celtic Festival begins in Derry
Thousands of people from across the Republic of Ireland and the UK are expected in Londonderry this week for the Pan Celtic Festival.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Isle of Man Arts Society stages Easter exhibition
Lieutenant Governor Adam Wood officially opened the Isle of Man Art Society's Easter exhibition at the Villa Marina Arcade.
Ministering to the inhabitants of Douglas and Knockaloe Camps: the story of two clergymen
With the outbreak of war in 1914 many thousands of German, Austrian and Turkish civilians living in Britain found themselves regarded with suspicion as enemy aliens.
Gift of water to African village
Nearly 2,000 people in rural Africa have access to clean water thanks to the efforts of a Kirk Michael charity worker.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Committee set up to look at landlords law
A Bill that will make it illegal to operate as a landlord unless you are registered,and meet a set of minimum standards, has passed its second reading in the House of Keys.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Jaks has re-opened
Jaks in Douglas has now re-opened to members of the public following a fire at the premises on Wednesday.
Urban Douglas is film backdrop
The urban streets of Douglas will form the backdrop for a new spy film being filmed currently in the island.
Public wind farm comments 'valuable'
Feedback from public meetings on a wind farm project off the coast of the Isle Man "will be carefully considered" in the planning process, say developers.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Concern over pension funds in unregulated schemes
Unbridled access to pension pots could spark a gold rush by exotic investment firms, according to a company which is pursuing hundreds of claims against advisers who recommended clients to transfer their pensions into unregulated investments.
Stamp of approval for Morecambe TT star John McGuinness
TT legend John McGuinness is thrilled after a new stamp and coin collection in his honour was unveiled by the Isle of Man Post Office.
Offshore Lawyers' Liability: Recent Developments
Offshore lawyers are exposed to significant risks in the course of their work, particularly in the following areas: a The conduct of property transactions ; a The management and administration of companies and trusts, including cases where trustees, directors and corporate secretaries are provided by the law firm's fiduciary/corporate services ... (more)
Thu Apr 17, 2014
At last, a new lease of life for historical pub
One of Douglas's historical quayside buildings is about to get a new lease of life after a multi-million pound redevelopment programme.
Frogman has to help to remove car from the sea
Only the roof of the car could be seen after the launch of a rigid inflatable boat from the slipway near Isle of Man Yacht Club went wrong on Friday.