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The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company has announced plans to rejuvenate its vessels and customer services by 2026Read the full story ›
Police are dealing with a security threat at Ashley Hill primary school on the Isle of Man.
Local authorities are dealing with the matter at this time and request members of the public to stay away from the area.
Parents are asked to collect pupils of Ashley Hill School from the Onchan community centre.
The children are safe and well with police and teachers.
Police will release further information in due course but would ask that the public stay calm and we can again reassure you that the children and staff are safe.
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The first day of a huge cycling festival has begun for the first time on the Isle of Man.
Cyclefest is a four-day series of races and events, starting in Ramsey and going around the island in two main locations - Mooragh Park for two days of racing around a 1 mile circuit, including the professional Pearl Izumi Tour Series today, and Milntown Estate will open its gates for competitors and observers on Saturday at 9am.
Today there is a series of school and community races and two days (14 and 15 May) of the three Championship Races - mountain bike racing, a closed road hill climb time trial and round island 80 mile Gran Fondo challenge.
The Milntown Festival will feature live music, stunt shows, a BBQ and prize presentations.
The Pearl Izumi Tour Series Race will be broadcast on ITV4 on Monday night at 7pm.
For more information about the festival, visit http://www.iomcyclefest.com/ .
The widow of a motorcycle enthusiast from the Isle of Man has had valuable and unique bike parts stolen from her home.
The property was taken from her home in Port Erin on 13 April, with parts taken believed to be worth in excess of £2000.
What was stolen are specific to a Triumph motorcycle, as thieves left behind other branded motorcycle parts.
These items are not only valuable but hold significant sentimental value to the owner.
Anybody with any information, including any suspicions of those selling Triumph motorcycle parts, is requested to contact PC324 Heather Millar at Castletown Police Station on 01624 822222.
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The Royal Artillery marks its 300-year anniversary today on the Isle of Man.
As part of its celebrations, a specially commissioned baton is travelling the globe visiting Commonwealth and Allied Artillery countries.
Today's visit to the island is the final leg on route back to the Royal School of Artillery in Larkhill, where the baton will be carried by Major Kate Philp.