POSTED about 1 hour ago by Joanne Clague
Police have thanked the public for help in locating a missing boy this morning.
Ethan Richardson, 17, from Port St Mary, was reported missing by his family after concerns for his health as he is a type 1 diabetic. Ethan had last been seen at 11pm yesterday.
A police spokesman said: 'He has been found safe and well with thankfully no health concer...
POSTED today at 10:36 am by MT
Equiom, a leading international yachting services provider will once again be exhibiting at Monaco Yacht Show to showcase their in-house VAT expertise and market-leading services from September 24th to 27th.
“Yacht owners and operators are faced with the ongoing challenge that VAT and regulatory issues vary greatly from one country to another, and...
The Isle of Man will be representing Great Britain at a world championship horse carriage event in Hungary later this month. We catch up with the riders and their horse during training.
POSTED yesterday at 10:32 am
For the second year in succession Jack Gilbert has won the Scottish Widows Peel Golf Club junior competition.
The 15-year-old finished on 38 points to win the tournament sponsored by Scottish Widows, part of the Lloyds Banking Group.
At the prize giving the company, which has sponsored the competition since 1998, was represented by Neil Keatings and managing director Juan Clarke.
Mr Clarke said Scottish Widows was pleased to be continuing its association with a club that placed such a strong emphasis on nurturing young talent, an objective which was at the heart of Lloyds Banking Group’s corporate social responsibility programme.
‘For our part,’ he continued, ‘we see encouraging young people to develop their potential as the right thin...
POSTED yesterday at 10:10 am
A piece of wearable art designed by a local artist and inspired by Archibald Knox is to be auctioned at Manx Cancer Help’s Annual Ball next month.
The dress is being designed and made by fast-rising star Sarah Hendy for charity Patron and singer-songwriter, Katie Melua, with whom she did a fitting in London last week. The idea came about at the suggestion of one of Manx Cancer Help’s supporters who put Sarah in touch with the charity.
Sarah, from Ramsey, specialises in wearable art and another of her pieces, Aditi, will be among a collection of only 100 pieces selected to shown at New Zealand’s ‘WOW’ (World of WearableArt’) Show in Wellington at the end of September. Her Mirabilis exhibition featured at the Sayle Gallery in Douglas and he...
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