Ibrox season ticket cash to be used to pay off loans
RANGERS fans' season ticket money is expected to be used to pay off emergency loans offered by investors to help avoid the prospect of a second insolvency in two years, it has emerged.
Friends Provident International helps to support two Children's Centre projects
Two popular projects run by The Children's Centre have received a welcome boost from a Castletown-based business.
Two cars hit; Police suspect double hit and run
The first incident is believed to have happened at about 3.25am on March 2 on Douglas to Laxey coast road in Baldrine.
5000 Rangers fans join Dave King call for season ticket cash boycott
NEARLY 5,000 Rangers fans have committed themselves to withholding season ticket money from the stricken Ibrox club in under a week.
Seed swap a success
The brainchild of Tanya Highet, secretary of the Laxey and Lonan Allotment Association, the seed swap welcomes gardeners from across the Island to swap seeds and share tips.
Rangers have struck 1.5m loan deal
Rangers have struck a deal to borrow 1.5million from football board chairman Sandy Easdale and investment group Laxey Partners, the club have announced to the stock exchange.
Rangers secures A 1.5m loan from shareholders
Two Rangers shareholders have agreed to lend the club up to 1.5 million to provide it with working capital over the coming months.
An ACE way to spend your time
The Arts, Culture and Education cards provide free entry to all Manx National Heritage attractions in school or leisure time for schoolchildren and students, aged 18 and under in full-time education.
Free opening at iconic heritage sites this weekend
To celebrate the start of the 2014 visitor season, Peel Castle, Laxey Wheel and Castle Rushen will open to the public at weekends from tomorrow to Sunday, March 23, with the first weekend opening free to all visitors.