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First Names Group is delighted to announce the appointment of four new directors in Guernsey following the rebrand of Mercator.
Two leading figures in the Island's finance sector have received life membership of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment in recognition of 55 years in stockbroking.
The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company has announced plans to expand the motorcycle capacity on its fast craft Manannan by 30%, which will provide the capacity for thousands of extra motorcycles during the 2015 TT.
Four men set out from the Isle of Man at the weekend with a 9,000 mile, six week adventure ahead of them.
Residents in Crosby are asked to step up security of their vehicles after a man was discovered trying car doors.
An Isle of Man Prison Service dog has been named top dog at the British Police and Services Canine Association Dog Trials.
City MP Iain Stewart secured a debate in the House of Commons last week where he pushed for VAT relief for Talking Newspaper Associations.
MBS are proud sponsors of the recent Charity Sky Dive undertaken on the 31st May at Jurby, Isle of Man by Jimmy McGuire and Leanne Kelly from the Bernard Schulte Ship Management company.
Isle of Man Post Office has produced a miniature sheet that marks the Centenary of the Panama Canal, the incredible feats of the civil engineers tasked with its creation and a series of achievements exemplified by the passage of Cunard's Queen Elizabeth through the world famous waterway.
Three outstanding art students of Isle Of Man College have been recognised as the winners at this year's Norman Sayle Art Awards.
If you are going to be a head teacher, then the Isle of Man is the place to do it, according to retiring St John's School headmaster Nigel Bennett.
This comes during a time of expansion for the Isle of Man headquartered trust and corporate services provider, which has more than doubled its staff numbers across the three jurisdictions in which it operates, following several acquisitions over the past year.
The 35-year-old joins the firm after working as a Tax Manager for both a top 20 accountancy practice, dealing with personal, company and trust tax compliance and advisory matters, and an Island Corporate Service Provider, dealing with company and trust tax matters.
The current economic climate provides many challenges for charities when it comes to planning for long-term financial security.
New Classic TT Trophies, named after four of the greatest names in TT history, have been created for this year's Isle of Man Classic TT Races presented by Bennetts.
World leading experts on the subject of civilian internment during the First World War are set to speak at a major conference on the Isle of Man.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 05:41 am
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