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A haulage company owner from the Isle of Man who died after taking ecstasy tablets in a Liverpool nightclub died from MDMA toxicity.
Andy Glaister, 47, from Ramsey fell ill on 27 December in Cream nightclub, Wostenholme Square and died two days later.
Liverpool Coronor Simon Holder yesterday ruled that both Andy and John Milburn, 19 from Merseyside had died from MDMA toxicity, but both men had been given the drugs from different sources.
Andy's brother Chris Glaister said Andy had bought two green MDMA tablets in a Liverpool bar before the Cream closing event.
The two men collapsed within one hour of each other, John passing on 27 December and Andy on the 30th.
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Police in the Isle of Man are currently dealing with an unexploded WW2 device in Ramsey
The device is located near to the BMX track and water pumping station on Mooragh Promenade.
Roads are closed between the promenade and Premier Road by the Ramsey Park Hotel and the small terrace of houses at the bottom of the Grand Island hill.
Access to the Mooragh Park and Parklands Nursery can be made as normal via Park Road from the Ramsey Park Hotel direction, as this is outside the exclusion area.
The road, promenade walkways and footpaths from areas around the BMX track are closed to all vehicles, pedal cycles and pedestrians. Please avoid the area and heed the signs and barriers that have been place out.
Residents in the Isle of Man who have previously lived in the UK are now eligible to vote in the EU referendum.
Those who have been registered to vote in a UK constituency within the last 15 years can vote on 23 June.
Further information including how to register to vote is available on the Electoral Commission’s website http://www.electoralcommission.org.uk/i-am-a/voter/registering-to-vote-and-the-electoral-register
Isle of Man Police have charged a 62 year old Douglas man for harassing the island's Treasury Minister.
Eddie Teare had received threatening and abusive correspondence in the post from the man, who was identified after extensive inquiries.
The man was charged under The Protection of Harassment Act 2000 and will appear in Douglas Courthouse 8 March.
A woman from Liverpool has been remanded in the Isle of Man Prison for possessing heroin.
Police detained a 40 year old female on Wednesday as she disembarked the afternoon sailing that had arrived from Heysham.
Sharon Kirk of Norris Green was detained and searched under the Misuse of Drugs Act, found with a number of packages believed to contain Class A controlled drugs.
She will appear in court again on 23 February.
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