POSTED today at 11:39 am by LC
Estera has bolstered its risk and compliance credentials with the appointment of Tui Iti as Risk and Compliance Director.Tui will be responsible for ensuring the company consistently adopts the highest global compliance standards at each of its international offices. Estera employs more than 350 people across 10 jurisdictions, including the Isle of...
POSTED today at 11:34 am by LC
The new Cathedral Gardens are beginning to flourish, thanks to the hard work and vision of many people. They have been developed as different areas depicting a variety of things such as, an art trail, the history of Christianity on the Isle of Man, the story of Manx geology, a children’s wilderness landscape.The gardens make numerous connections wi...
Extended interview with suspended MHK John Houghton who doesn't pull any punches as he updates us on his situation and what he intends to do next. Watch part two for much more.
POSTED yesterday at 12:16 pm
In mid June 2016, the Rotary Club of Rushen & Western Mann helped a promising young golfer - Owen Qualtrough will the donation of a set of golf clubs.The donation was made possible to due to the generosity of Rotary Club member David Alcock and his friends, who were keen to help a local youngster learn to play golf.Owen Qualtrough was chosen after the Rotary Club of Rushen & Western Mann approached Castletown Golf Links Manager and fellow Rotarian Ged Power for his assistance. Castletown Golf Links have been working with Castle Rushen High School in recent years to encourage local youngsters to take up golf.In making the donation Rotary Club of Rushen & Western Mann member David Alcock commented that "this is another example of ...
POSTED yesterday at 12:14 pm
Holea Cox, Caitlin Barnett and Lucy Pendlebury each won awards and prizes at this year’s annual Norman Sayle Prize for Art competition on June 16, run by the Archibald Knox Society and sponsored by Isle of Man Post Office. Holea Cox, secured the prize for ‘First Year National Diploma’ – overall body of work, Caitlin Barnett, was awarded the ‘Knox/Sayle future prize for innovative work’ and Lucy Pendlebury won the 'Overall Knox/Sayle prize for Manx inspired artwork'. Commenting on her award Holea said: "I am really surprised and grateful to have won." Caitlin said: "I'm a bit shocked about winning; it's nice as this is a personal project." Lucy also commented: "I'm happy that I've won, it's a real confidence booster." The work of all three ...
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