A scheme to make it easy to obtain drinking water when on the move has been launched in the Isle of Man.Read the full story ›
A 600 year old ring unearthed on the Isle of Man has been declared to be "treasure" by the island's Coroner of Inquests.
The silver and gilt ring is decorated with geometric patterns and is thought to be from the 15th century.
It was found in May this year by metal detectorist Gordon Graham, and is now on display at the Manx Museum
Postal workers on the Isle of Man are walking out for a second day in a row over pay and conditions.
Communication Workers' Union members voted by 93% for the action.
The Manx Government says it's disappointed that the walkout coincides with the post office's busiest time of the year.
It means postal workers will walk out on strike for a second day on FridayRead the full story ›
Men convicted of historical homosexual offences could be pardoned in a shake-up of the Isle of Man's sexual offence laws.
The government has asked people for their views on a number of measures to "modernise" legislation.
The most significant proposals are:
- updating the definition of consent
- reviewing sentences for offences
- modernising the legislation relating to pornography and obscene publications
- pardoning and removing criminal records relating to historic consensual homosexual offences
Postal workers on the Isle of Man are to walk out on strike.Read the full story ›
A zoo on the Isle of Man has welcomed its first litter of meerkat pups to be born on the island in nearly a decade.
The three were born at The Curraghs Wildlife Park in September - and at five weeks old, have now emerged from their burrow.
It's thought that all three are boys.
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The Isle of Man Post Office is today celebrating 80 years of the world’s longest running comic with a special collection of stamps.Read the full story ›
A fire which began on a fishing boat in the West of the island last night was extinguished but the area is closed to the public.Read the full story ›
RNLI lifeboat crews from Douglas on the Isle of Man have rescued an unconscious man on a fishing boat.
The 'Marine Engineer' was launched at 1pm to attend to a fishing boat moored at the Fort Anne Jetty.
RNLI crews transferred the casualty to the lifeboat, before he was taken across the harbour to the Liner Berth where an ambulance was waiting.
It is not known how the fisherman became unconscious.