The government needs a better system for determining how much local authorities can spend on maintenance of public sector houses.
That was the admission from Infrastructure Minister Ray Harmer, whose department is responsible for public sector housing stock.
At present local […]
Onchan Commissioners have expressed their ’disappointment’ with Environment Minister Geoffrey Boot over his denying their appeal.
Mr Boot refused to overturn principle planning permission awarded for an 80-bed care home on King Edward Road, despite the recommendation of […]
Patients and their carers or companions don’t receive enough help with accommodation when they are forced to travel off-island for treatment, Health Minister David Ashford has admitted.
He has pledged a review of the current contribution levels for patients who require overnight […]
The commentary for the 2019 TT will not be a Manx Radio product and the station will have to drop its Manx Radio TT branding.
A freedom of information request from the Isle of Man Examiner reveals the terms agreed by the Department for Enterprise and Manx Radio for this […]
Post Office chairman Julie Edge has refused to answer a House of Keys question about the decision to terminate a contract with a UK bank.
The contract with Santander UK, to process bank customers’ deposits through post officers, is due to stop on Monday.
Rob Callister (Onchan) has been a vocal […]
MHK calls for maintenance cap to be lifted
Housing authorities broke their maintenance spending cap on at least ten occasions in the last seven years.
The Department of Infrastructure limits how much rental income can be spent on property upkeep.
It was revealed Onchan Commissioners broke the allowance cap three years in a […]