William Henry Kelly was sentenced to 18 years in prison for numerous counts of rape and indecent assault.Read the full story ›
Raymond Caley has his own Corner on the Sulby Straight placed in his honour.Read the full story ›
Martin Andrew Cleator has been sentenced for his offences relating to Possession and Distribution of Indecent Images of Children.Read the full story ›
A series of hard-hitting images and messages will form the centrepiece of this year’s TT road safety campaign.Read the full story ›
A Russian man with an Isle of Man Visa was refused to board a flight from Latvia to London.Read the full story ›
Stars of the new comedy film Mindhorn have returned to the Isle of Man for a premiere where it was shot.
It stars Steve Coogan alongside Julian Barratt from the Mighty Boosh. It's about a former TV detective who's drafted in by real police to help track down a killer.
Julian Barratt & Simon Farnaby
A motorsport fan diagnosed with multiple sclerosis 4 years ago has completed the Isle of Man TT mountain course on a mobility scooter.
Travelling at just 8 miles-an-hour, Noel Wilson set himself the challenge to raise funds for the MS Society.
He set off at 5am from the TT Grandstand, finishing just before midday.
I used to be a motorsport instructor, so I was brought up all around the tracks. I went to my first Grand Prix when I was about 5, and I've always been into racing.
I just needed something to do, I couldn't sit around watching TV, so I decided to start raising funds for MS.
Three young children are being treated in hospital after taking what police are describing as an 'unknown substance'.
Police were called to the National Sports Centre in Douglas yesterday afternoon. Three children, who are thought to be between 11 & 12, were taken to Nobles for treatment. They're all now in a stable condition.
There has been much speculation and rumour as to the condition of the children on social media which is incorrect. I can confirm that three young children remain in Nobles hospital in a stable condition receiving medical treatment. We are continuing an investigation into the circumstances of how the children came to have possession of the substance, but we believe that it was found by them earlier in the day in the Douglas town area.
Mark Cavendish has been diagnosed with Epstein-Barr virus and faces an uncertain timescale for his recovery.Read the full story ›
The Isle of Man's ferry services have resumed back to normal after the Ben-my-Chree's technical fault on Sunday evening.
Yesterday engineers replaced a cylinder head-securing stud which had failed on one of the vessel’s two main engines.
While work was under way, fast craft Manannan was brought in to accommodate passengers on Sunday’s cancelled 2.15pm Heysham service, and MV Arrow operated freight services between Douglas and Heysham.
I’d like to pay tribute to the hard work of our engineers on ship and ashore, which ensured services were restored by Monday evening. The Captain exercised great skill in taking the Ben out of Heysham in very windy conditions with only one engine.
I’d also like to thank the crews of Ben-my-Chree and Manannan for their sterling work, everyone at the Ferry Travel Shop and at the ports who worked tirelessly to assist affected passengers and all my colleagues who assisted during this difficult period.