Month: February 2010

The Anglo Manxman – A Life of A. W. Moore

This recent publication brings to life the remarkable story of one of the Island’s best known figures in both politics and literature. Held as part of the winter series of lectures given by the Isle of Man Natural History and

TT update

Austrian manufacturer KTM will make its debut on the Isle of Man’s Mountain Course at the 2010 TT. James Edmeades will ride the flagship RC8R Superbike for the Loughborough-based Redline KTM team. BBC   MARTYN QUAYLE: The tourism minister said

Clare Barker — Manx talent with new album out on Monday March 1st

http://www.myspace.com/clarabarker Clara Barker, a singer songwriter from the Isle of Man is currently one of music’s best kept secrets. Having graced stages supporting Paul Young & Los Pacaminos, Steve Gibbons, The Dylan Project and Jeff Lang, Clara should now become

Members of Tynwald will meet the UK's House of Commons Justice Committee to discuss its relationship with the Isle of Man.

Among the items due to be discussed is the ending of a 62-year-old health agreement with the UK. The reciprocal agreement will end on 1 April. From then, residents will have to pay for non-emergency treatment when they visit the

Members of Tynwald will meet the UK’s House of Commons Justice Committee to discuss its relationship with the Isle of Man.

Among the items due to be discussed is the ending of a 62-year-old health agreement with the UK. The reciprocal agreement will end on 1 April. From then, residents will have to pay for non-emergency treatment when they visit the

The Civil Partnership Bill

Members of the Isle of Man’s House of Keys will consider proposals to introduce civil partnerships on the island. The Civil Partnership Bill will have its first formal reading on Tuesday. If the bill is passed, gay and lesbian couples

Wanna drive an electric tram????

The Department of Tourism and Leisure is pleased to announce that due to the high demand they will be running extra dates on ‘The Ultimate Driving Experience’ throughout June and July 2010. The event, operating on the Island’s Heritage Railways,

It's snowing there, too.

THE Sea Terminal was opened as an emergency centre for motorists stranded by overnight snow. Many of the Island’s main roads were closed due to heavy snow up to eight inches deep in places – and others passable only with

It’s snowing there, too.

THE Sea Terminal was opened as an emergency centre for motorists stranded by overnight snow. Many of the Island’s main roads were closed due to heavy snow up to eight inches deep in places – and others passable only with

Let's find Harold…

THROUGHOUT his life, John Tarver, aged 76, of Coburg Road, Ramsey, believed he was an only child. But a few months ago, a letter arrived that came as a revelation. The letter, from Coventry City Council’s official adoption tracing agency,

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