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28 min ago | Maldonandburnham Standard
For the first time, councils, community groups and charities throughout the UK, Channel Islands and Isle of Man are taking part in celebrations for Commonwealth Day.
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28 min ago | Bridportnews.co.uk
The life-saving charity was first established on March 4, 1824 and stations up and down the country have been celebrating the anniversary this week.
1 hr ago | Isle News
The Sefton Group and Steam Packet Holidays are repeating a special offer aimed at attracting short-break visitors to the Island.
Public consultation has been launched on the draft development brief for the former Isle of Man Prison site in Victoria Road, Douglas.
DBAY Advisors, a private-equity investor based in the Isle of Man, is acquiring the stake for 280.8m, of which 195.6m is cash.
Shaun Hogg, who organises the event each year, said numbers were slightly down on last year but he thought around 180 people attended and no final figures had been calculated as yet.
One of the Island's cycling stars of the future has received a race season boost thanks to Mann Link Travel.
Leading British Superbike Championship rider Peter Hickman has confirmed he will make his TT Mountain Course debut at the 2014 Isle of Man TT Races fuelled by Monster Energy.
Government is opening up its financial information to the public via a new website designed to increase the transparency of its accounts.
Sandra McAuliffe, has been appointed to the new role: Head of Group Business Development, Africa, within Standard Bank's International Personal Banking division.
As part of its ongoing corporate responsibility initiatives, leading fiduciary and fund services specialists, Abacus, have donated over A 1000 to the Isle of Man Live at Home Scheme, a local charity that provides care, accommodation and support services to older adults across the Isle of Man.
On the same day for more than a century, millions of people around the world have come together to mark International Women's Day; putting the social, political, and economic achievements of women centre stage.
The remains of 10,000-year-old trees have been uncovered on a beach in the north of the Isle of Man after recent storms battered the Manx coastline.
He will replace Jacqueline Barrow, who was headteacher of Bunscoill Rhumsaa since 2009 and who is retiring this summer after 36 years in education.
The first meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 11, from 2pm to 4pm at the Claremont Hotel in Douglas.
Over 100 representatives from the Island's businesses joined Lloyds Bank for its annual Manx Budget special working breakfast on Friday, which this year featured a presentation from Treasury Minister, Hon.