An iconic junk shop on the Isle of Man has closed its doors in the north of the island.Read the full story ›
Now we'd like to introduce you to Ray Woolley. He's 94 years old and from Port Sunlight. And Ray is about to be named as the World's Oldest Scuba Diver. He thinks nothing of diving to depths of over a hundred feet to pursue his love of sub aqua diving.
A Mr Men character has been created for the Isle of Man by the son of Roger Hargreaves.Read the full story ›
St Ninian's High School's upper school site has celebrated its 90th anniversary in Douglas.Read the full story ›
Ted McDermott from Blackburn spent years performing in clubs and as a redcoat at Butlins. Ted is only now releasing his first album..and at the same time dealing with alzheimers. He and his son became an overnight hit loved by all who saw them singing their hearts out on social media.
A kayaker who attempted to cross from St Bees to the Isle of Man was rescued after five RNLI crew, a helicopter and Coastguard assisted.Read the full story ›
A Winsford woman has been named as one of the British Heart Foundation’s quirkiest fundraisers of 2017 after holding a miniature horse show to raise funds for the charity. Chloe Lewis, 21, from Winsford, Cheshire, raised £1,300 for the BHF by hosting a miniature pony show at Reaseheath Equestrian Centre in Nantwich.
The BHF is funding 58 research projects in the North West aimed at tackling heart disease, one of the region's biggest killers. Also on their list of unusual fundraisers is Dan Poole. Since January 2014 he has been collecting signatures from the 1993/94 Manchester United team to auction for the BHF. So far he's picked up 26 of the 33 players listed that season.
Locals of the Isle of Man spotted an unusual sight on Douglas beach this week.
Elona Hart posted snaps via Facebook of a man with no clothes on, except for shoes, walking along the shore early on Sunday.
Richard MacNee posted on Twitter this morning: "No camera on me to take a pic of naked (except for a beanie) walker on Douglas Beach this morning! #cantunseeit".
The Isle of Man Fire and Rescue Service were called out in the early hours to help a sinking fishing boat.Read the full story ›