Year: 2012

FOUR people from the Isle of Man have been recognised in the New Year’s Honours. They are retiring chief constable, Mike Langdon, who gets an OBE; Olympic gold medal cyclist Peter Kennaugh, who is given an MBE; motorcycle racing welfare

(Pibbin Vanninagh) Da- Kelly as Clein Nollick Ghennal as Blein Vie Noa Lesh yeearreeyn share Veih-Alastair and all at

iMuseum Online: FREE Trial Manx National Heritage is pleased to confirm that iMuseum is now available online! Join us in discovering stories from generations of Manx families, objects and places in your exclusive FREE trial, which provides access to the Manx National

Angela Greiling Keane of Bloomberg News elected Club president December 17, 2012 | By Joel Whitaker | Share on facebookShare on twitterShare on bloggerShare on wordpressMore Sharing Servic The 2013 Club Board of Governors Angela Greiling Keane, a reporter for’s management team, led by Managing Director David Buck, has invested to buy the business with effect from 1st January 2013. As part of the changeover, the new company name Citywing will replace the existing branding. The new company

Sir Patrick Moore was a “true icon,” the chairman of the Isle of Man’s Astronomical society has said. Sir Patrick, who had been the patron of the island society since 1994, made several visits to the island. The British astronomer

SAFE HOUSE: The cover of Chris Ewan s latest book, set in the Isle of Man A CRIME novel set in the Isle of Man will be launched at an event in the Noble’s Park Pavilion, Douglas, on Thursday, August

The Upper East TN Celtic Society would like to know if you or another of your group would like to represent the Manx peoples and their heritage at the 2013 Sycamore Shoals Celtic Festival, Sept. 6th, 7th, and 8th. We were looking

Ray Collister took this photo of the palm trees in the snow in Ramsey near the Mooragh Park. Yndyssagh!