POSTED about 1 hour ago by Joanne Clague
Heartless thieves stole banknotes from a charity box in a bike museum in Kirk Michael.
Around £100 was taken that would have been used to help injured motorcyclists and their families.
Owner of the A.R.E classic bike collection and secretary of the Isle of Man section of the Vintage Motor Cycle Club, Tony East said: 'It's disappointing as most of...
POSTED yesterday at 6:44 pm by Joanne Clague
Investigations are continuing into the one-vehicle crash in which a 17 year old boy was killed.
Brad Campbell, who was from the Onchan area, died after the white Clio car in which he was a passenger crashed just after midnight on Sunday on the Foxdale Road near its junction with Archallagan plantation. Another passenger remains in ITU at Noble's h...
A school undertakes the task to take a picture a day during the year of culture to show life as it is in Marown school. We hear from the head teacher on how the project is going.
POSTED yesterday at 2:47 pm
Microgaming and Quickfire operators have so much to look forward to in September, with a trio of new online slots set for release!
Three brand new games will launch in September: So Many Monsters, So Much Candy and So Much Sushi. The So Much More themed games are five reel, 25 payline slots with a maximum pay-out of 32,000 coins. These games have the same entertaining feature set but have distinct visuals and themes to appeal to different players.
The slots’ feature wilds and scatters in the base game, and there’s a split feature available throughout gameplay (base game and free spins). During this, any high symbol that forms part of a winning combination can split to form a maximum of five of itself, meaning a 25 symbol win on a single p...
POSTED yesterday at 2:42 pm
The Frank Dalgliesh Open Medal at Ramsey saw a dozen players shoot under par in good conditions with Keith Ward’s 72 taking the best gross score of the day but two shots off the pace for the nett prize. Saying that the day started poorly with a bogey on the opening hole and perhaps another dropped shot on the 16th cost him dearly after birdies on the 4th, 10th and 11th. With Keith on 68, was Jonathan Cowley, posting an excellent round marred by dropped shots on the 17th and 18th. Nick Dutnall almost did it with birdies on the 2nd and 4th but fell apart on the last three holes with dropped shots on each. John Quayle was also on 68 after a steady round but a double bogey on the 11th and 13th knocked him out of the running. Ray Rowley must hav...
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