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MU and Manx Gas relationship ‘fine’ says chair

2022-04-29T11:02:06+01:0029 April 2022|

manx gas bbc imageDespite energy provider owing millions

Manx Utilities says its relationship with Manx Gas is ‘fine’ despite the energy provider cancelling more than £2 million of ‘inward payments’ to it just before Christmas.

Information released as part of a Freedom of Information […]

Airport ‘needs to be tidied up’ says MHK

2022-04-12T17:10:11+01:0012 April 2022|

First impressions important for visitors says Callister

Ronaldsway Airport needs to be tidied up to ensure visitors aren’t put off return trips to the Isle of Man.

That’s the view of the MHK responsible for the Island’s tourism sector.

Issues with general maintenance, staffing and car […]

No increases in bus fares

2022-04-11T12:46:44+01:0011 April 2022|

busThe government will continue to hold bus fares at the April 2013 level for as long as possible despite inflationary pressures.

The remarks were made in the House of Keys by infrastructure minister Tim Crookall, who said that so far, ‘inflationary increases have since […]

MHK rejects energy supplier regulations

2022-03-28T14:16:07+01:0028 March 2022|

Rob CallisterAll members voted in favour except the Onchan MHK

The only MHK to vote against allowing Manx Gas to set its own tariffs and remove a price freeze says he did so because it was in the best interests of his […]

Island’s electricity bills to increase by 30%

2022-03-28T14:11:50+01:0028 March 2022|

Price hikes due to ‘difficult period of volatility’

Electricity bills on the Isle of Man will increase by 30 per cent this year due to a ‘difficult period of volatility’.

The price of electricity will rise by 15 per cent from 1 April with […]

New TT Scoreboard ‘hopefully’ ready for 2023 races

2022-03-08T15:24:06+00:008 March 2022|

TT scoreboardPlanning application being submitted today

A new, replacement TT scoreboard on Glencrutchery Road will ‘hopefully’ be ready for next year’s races.

That’s from the MHK with political responsibility for motorsport, Rob Callister.

The Department for Enterprise is submitting a planning application today (Friday, 4 […]

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