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Ahead of Anniversary Day in Norfolk Island on June 9th the President of Tynwald Clare Christian extended greetings by letter to the Hon David E Buffett, Speaker of the Norfolk Island Legislative Assembly.
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Same-sex marriage, sewerage charges, improving driving safety and government spending priorities are among items listed on the Question Paper for Junior Tynwald when the Court sits on Monday July 14th.
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Telecom group Sure has partnered up with newly-listed Intelligent Energy to launch its alternative power source Upp in retail stores.
An Isle of Man WW2 veteran who was involved in the D-Day landings in 1944, has received the highest Manx honour at a ceremony.
They were taken from the area of Begoade Road in Onchan some time between Wednesday, July 2, and Friday, July 5. The bales are heavy, wrapped with black plastic and it would have required a large farm vehicle to remove them.
The BBC Asian Network is offering you the chance to watch the Men's 200m and 400m final as well as the Women's 400m hurdles, Heptathlon and more at Hampden Park on Wednesday 30th July.
This year's TT collection on board Steam Packet Company vessels in aid of the Rob Vine Fund raised in excess of A 13,000, lifting the total raised by passengers over the years past the A 200,000 mark.
The Isle of Man Wind Orchestra is to give the European premiA re of Midwinter, a new work by Clare Shore, at its summer concert on July 10th.
A surprise was in store for a Ramsey man when he visited the archive film show at the Sing and Sign in the Park event.
Just a few weeks ago, Mark Higgins broke his own 2012 lap record around the Isle of Man in a new 2015 Subaru WRX STI .
Following a meeting of the Isle of Man Queen Scallop Management Board earlier in the week, a package of measures has been agreed to allow a limited fishery in the Isle of Man territorial sea this year.
The International Development Committee of the Council of Ministers has awarded Oxfam GB A 50,000 to improve water supplies, hygiene and sanitation for refugees who have fled their homes since the start of the conflict in Syria.
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The Tynwald Day celebrations on Monday include activities and entertainments aplenty for those planning to attend St John's to celebrate the island's national day.
Updated: Wed Jul 09, 2014 04:35 pm
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