Old notes will still be able to be spent ahead of the cut-off date, or exchanged at the Bank of England once the cut-off point has passed.Read the full story ›
The Isle of Man Government's voluntary Mutually Agreed Resignation Scheme is being brought back for health and social care workers.Read the full story ›
Investigation looks closely at the Isle of Man's tax system following data leak exposing offshore finance regulation.Read the full story ›
Men are being paid up to 54% more than women in some of our towns and cities.
A study has found that Chester is one of the worst offenders for gender inequality in wages with women being paid an average of £25,000 a year compared with £38,000 for men.
The report is based on a study of more than 155,000 CVs of recent jobseekers.
The Isle of Man Government has submitted proposals to build horse tram stables and facilities for staff over the Summerland site.Read the full story ›
The Isle of Man's sole gas provider is launching a customer charter following anger from residents about changing standing charges.Read the full story ›
Chief Minister Howard Quayle MHK has stated the island has followed aircraft VAT procedures.Read the full story ›
The Isle of Man's parliament has approved plans to introduce a set living wage for residents for the first time.Read the full story ›
Old round pound coins will cease to be legal tender after the weekend - but some shops will still be accepting them after the deadline.Read the full story ›
The Isle of Man Treasury minister is discussing with Manx Gas how the public can get proper value for their money.
Alf Cannan will speak to the sole provider of gas's managing director, Tony Nichols and executives about what they plan to do to address points being raised.