A year before the next general election for the House of Keys new rules have been announced to stop candidates spending large amounts of money on their campaigns.
The Chief Minister explains why the Isle of Man cannot just open its borders to take in Syrian refugees as the humanitarian crisis continues to engulf Europe.
An extended interview with Minister Gawne as he unveils the look for Douglas promenade which has now gone for planning approval. He also talks about how the horse trams might still continue to run whilst the work takes place, his disappointment with the local newspaper poll into the placing of the horse tram tracks and how some politicians have been plotting against the changes.
A look ahead to the Microgaming soapbox derby being held in Douglas on Saturday night, plus a look back at the first event last year.
As more plans are put to the public for consultation on the Douglas prom we look back over the decades with Tourist Board archive film and hear from the Director of Transport in 2011 on the plans due to start in that year.
We take a look at the latest exhibition at the Sayle Gallery as Henry Uniacke unveils his display which opens on Friday.