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MGP to Return With Shorter Festival

2022-01-19T14:04:39+00:0019 January 2022|

Bikes at TTThe Manx Motorcycle Club and the gov have this morning outlined their plans for the ‘new look’ Manx Grand Prix.

The changes follow a review undertaken by both organisations earlier this year, working closely with other stakeholders critical to the delivery of […]

The future of the Isle of Man Manx Grand Prix event

2022-01-17T12:05:17+00:0017 January 2022|

The Isle of Man Government releases information on the future of the MGP which will see an end the use of the Classic TT title and the festival reduced from fourteen days to just nine. The MHK with responsibility for tourism and motorsport […]

TT 2022 expected to go ahead but Covid being monitored

2022-01-10T11:56:58+00:0010 January 2022|

TT riderOrganisers working with Public Health and central government

TT 2022 is expected to go ahead as planned but organisers are monitoring the latest Covid-19 developments.

The races are due to return following two years of Coronavirus disruption.

Entries for competitors opened this week – the […]

Is this the island’s friendliest cat?

2022-01-10T11:55:11+00:0010 January 2022|

A 14-year-old cat has become a celebrity in Onchan, but could this be the island’s friendliest cat?

Tigger, a ginger Manx cat, has been getting a lot of attention on social media recently as he has become one of the village’s most […]

Hospitality sector ‘must be flexible’ ahead of TT 2022

2021-11-24T10:22:53+00:0024 November 2021|

Bikes at TTPlans for festival ‘full steam ahead’ says MHK

Preparations for TT 2022 are ‘full steam ahead’ but hotels, and hospitality businesses, must be flexible if circumstances change.

That’s according to the MHK who has responsibility for motorsport.

Rob Callister admits there needs to be a clear […]

IoM ‘should not need a food bank’

2021-11-19T10:20:00+00:0019 November 2021|

A member of the new poverty committee said a small island with a population of 84,000 ‘should not need a food bank’.

Onchan MHK Rob Callister is one of five Tynwald members tasked with investigating causes of poverty on the island and what the government can do to tackle it.

He said the […]

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