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On 14 April, Doncaster Sheffield Airport celebrated the launch of LinksAir's thrice-weekly flights to the Isle of Man with a fantastic Jetstream 31-shaped cake.
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The Marine Conservation Society says a record number of British beaches have excellent water quality - but of the 14 beaches that failed to reach minimum standards, three are in the Isle of Man.
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A film version of the BBC spy drama Spooks will begin shooting at various venues on the island this week, it has been confirmed by Isle of Man Film.
FURTHER POWERS are set to be afforded to HM Revenue & Customs as the government looks to tighten the noose on those holding funds offshore and maximise its revenues.
Visitors to the Curraghs Wildlife Park during the last weekend of the Easter school holidays will be able to enjoy stunning falconry displays, supported by the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company.
A ring-tailed lemur has evaded capture since escaping from a wildlife park on the Isle of Man on Monday.
This is a nice little polka from the Isle of Man. Only about five polkas survive in collections of traditional music in the Island, including versions of Farewell to Whiskey and the Rakes of Mallow, but polkas would almost certainly have been as popular there as elsewhere at the time.
Representatives from the Isle of Man Post Office's specialist eGaming communications brand Secure Direct Mail attended the 2014 KPMG eG The event was varied in terms of its format and included panel and breakout sessions, of which the Secure Direct Mail led one which focused around the use of direct mail to acquire, re-activate, and retain players.
More than 100 Isle of Man business leaders were given a detailed insight into the true global economic position at a breakfast briefing organised by Ramsey Crookall.
The Department of Economic Development has announced that new TV deals have been confirmed by North One TV with major international broadcasters which are set to deliver increased revenue and profile for the TT Races and the Isle of Man.
The Isle of Man Aerospace Cluster recently held its 25th Quarterly Forum at the Nunnery in Douglas hosted by the North West Aerospace Alliance of which it is a partner member, and there was particularly good news in terms of jobs.
A major survey of the island's 11 to 18-year-olds reports 77 per cent of them are happy most of the time but 25 per cent worry about doing well at school, being bullied, having friends and finding a job.
In this weeks Across the Water, Martin Grant talks to Anthony Dooley, originally from Dundalk, now living in Isle of Man, UK.
At the outbreak of the First World War, 11 of the 15 ships of the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company were requisitioned or chartered by the Admiralty for use in war service.
A team from Oxford university along with local re-enactment group the Vikings of Mann offered an intriguing glimpse of the past when they performed a Viking burial at the weekend.