POSTED Fri last week by LC
There were 705 new listings on The International Stock Exchange (TISE) during the year in which it opened its office in the Isle of Man.
The number of new listings last year represents an increase of 203 (40%) on the previous year and took the total number of listed securities on the Exchange to 2,511 at the end of December.
Growth areas for new ...
POSTED Thu last week by LC
UCM’s History & Heritage lecture series continues on Wednesday 17th January with a talk by archaeologist, Dr Richard Fletcher, on the discovery and excavation of a Roman villa in southern Italy. In the first century BC, the region was home to the Roman poet Horace, who described it as wild and trackless. Today, it is one of the poorest parts of...
The organiser of Thriller in the Villa and the Mayor of Douglas look back at this year's successful event and we get news of changes to the team putting on the bout in 2018.
POSTED Wed last week
Knox House Trust has been awarded “Best Aircraft and Yacht Corporate Services Provider 2018 by World Commerce Review (WCR).Knox House Trust (“KHT”) is delighted to announce that it has been named the Best Aircraft and Yacht Corporate Services Provider in World Commerce Review’s awards for the second year running. The awards are regarded as a principal indication of professional conduct and excellence.The winners were those judged by an awards panel to be those who demonstrated service innovation, on-going customer support and best practice criteria in addition to deploying the best solutions specifically designed with the benefit of their clients in mind. The panel are supported by a research team who work tirelessly to ensure that the aw...
POSTED Wed last week
The Department of Infrastructure has submitted its planning application for the redevelopment of Douglas Promenade.
Subject to approval being granted, work will start in September to rejuvenate the area widely regarded as the ‘gateway to the Isle of Man’.
The planning application features a new design for the southern section of the Promenade to improve traffic flow, junctions and footpaths. The northern end will be developed on a simple, like-for-like basis.
The scheme, which gained overwhelming support from Tynwald Members in 2017, also includes the creation of a cultural area around the Villa Marina and Gaiety Theatre. This is in line with the Douglas Masterplan and will connect the Promenade with the town centre regeneration.
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