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I've been sacked - and I've no idea why
Inquest is opened into the death of mental health nurse
Paul Speller asks: Is the sun setting on the new dawn of the island's politics?
Is it the end of the line for old phones?
We're going to spend our wedding night in a van
10-year-plan for paths' upkeep
Dance teacher Jasmine is presented cerificate by Wayne Sleep
Liam's lucky break with Luviair
Software firm PDMS shows its commitment to cyber security
Police appeal over dinghy engine
Police remind road users after practice delay
How your start-up business can win an award
We spend £250,000 trying to get the long-term unemployed back to work: that's £2,600 for each one
People in the Isle of Man feel safe says Social Attitudes Survey
How we have helped this heron
Reports for kids who get schooled at home
Majorca has just introduced Airbnb regulations - the Isle of Man already has them
Councillor wants to brighten up a dark corner of Douglas
Siblings to embark on triathlon challenge to raise money for Alzheimer's Society
Crime night is full house
Nursing home's summer fair
Health chiefs say there have been 'misconceptions' about proposed increases in health charges
Fossil hunters explore the rocks at Scarlett
Greenlight coverage to be broadcast UK-wide on BBC2
Car parked in multi storey is damaged
Step back in time to the 1940s with Isle of Man Railways' Island at War
New commissioner elected in Castletown
Manx Independent's Island Life questionnaire: Ben is getting the chance to swish his dreamcoat
Summer fair for Cummal Mooar
Bail variation for MT finance boss
Manx Sound Exchange: Two mainstays of Manx live scene head to Jaks
Skids put on town's soapbox derby
Beach Buddies to tackle beach in the south
Survey places the Isle of Man at 50th in the world in broadband speed league - that's below the UK and Jersey; Manx Telecom says the data is not conclusive
Dog-gone - what great community spirit!
Traffic management plan for Noble's Park
Promotional feature: Go west for variety and quality
Forty-three beds in proposed tourist hostel
Onchan MHK holds political surgery
Reception raises thousands for charity
Knox House Trust on shortlist for award
We're looking for fellers who are good tree fellers
Lots of opportunities for anglers
Court news: Delivery driver 'had no excuse' for insurance offence
Waiting times for ENT operations cut by 10 months
Probe into runaway tram: only summary will be published
Fire and rescue service called after fishing boat starts to sink
Did you see hit and run crash in Douglas
Police warn of Isle of Man Bank scam
In this week's Manx Independent: 'We will dredge the harbour but we don't know where we'll dump the silt'
Cleanliness of town's litter bins is rubbish
Man accused of two drug offences
Brothers facing drugs charges
Milestone in eSports betting market
Indoor car boot sale for charity
Man who tried to shoplift cider appears in court
Diabetic group joins criticism of proposal to increase prescription charges
Court: Takeaway driver had no insurance
Court: Man denies assault
Now it's easier to see you're buying Manx
Commissioners get the go-ahead to take over Ramsey Courthouse
Cycle ban during race festival
Court news: Man who had cocaine and £20,000 in cash remanded in prison
Spiralling housing costs hit the council
Councillor praises 'dignity' of Bushy's after brewery lost TT tent
Pensioner caught driving with no licence four times
Post Office's green electric vans are white
Microgaming 'campus' is as good as anything in London
Kumar's great taste winners
More jobs on the way: Two companies are looking forward to doing business here
Over 60s Club tea and 1940s dance
Motorist denies driving without due care and attention
Final push for soapbox derby entries
Helicopters fly in from UK warship
Witnesses sought to altercation
Non-profit organisation wants to open 'dementia village' in the Isle of Man
Lifeboat rescues boat drifting near rocks
Survey on broadband speeds puts Isle of Man below many European countries, the Examiner reports
New appeal judge to be paid £179,000
£3.2m radar set to go live, seven years on
Teenager arrested twice since turning 18 in May
How Isle of Man Newspapers' Awards for Excellence initiative has benefited Keirron Tastagh's Adventurous Experiences
Woman's 'stupid decision' to drink and drive
Four to be sentenced in October after burglary
Visitor had bundles of cash sewn into his coat
Mind, Body and Spirit night
Man accused of throwing a punch in street brawl
Time for some lederhosen fun
Should sailings be switched to Larne?
Jewellery stolen in raid
Hen harriers fitted with tags
Walk in blind people's shoes at charity event
Surprise at EasyJet's summer-only Luton flights - and travel watchdog praises service from Flybe
How the awards have helped us as a public sector organisation
Report to be made public - but not yet
Woman changed dates on car insurance
One of the island's biggest firms backing two important causes
Woodgate Aviation pitches in
James Penn's column: The Royal Bank of Scotland is now in much better shape
Collabro seeks Manx choirs to join them on stage
Live music: Choirs collaborate with theatre stars
Festival guest Sue likes to pig out on roast pork
Man denies he had 'sharpened plastic toothbrush' in court
Child seat belt case is adjourned
Cesar receives bursary for Irish summer school
Paul's historical work is excellent society says
MSPCA column: We dread our pets becoming ill
Recycled art display raises awareness for Alzheimer's
Driver in court because he had not changed to Manx licence
Man accused of stealing his ex's phone
Are Tynwald members sailing into trouble with the Steam Packet?
Public right of way?
Manx Bard: A boat in the morning
Celebrating 50 years of visits
Benefit thief was working at security company
Get fed and have fun at festival; last year 10,000 went
More than 1,000 entries at this year's Sulby Horticultural Show
Drink-driver was trapped in crashed car
Pullyman likes to save energy and money
More than 10,000 pensioners would no longer get free prescriptions under proposals from the Department of Health
The countdown to the start of the Manx Grand Prix . . . John Turner looks forward to the event, which is still looking for marshals
Kettle firm Strix joining AIM could spark more jobs in island
Abortion: The provisions are 'well-measured' says 'pro-choice' group
Abortion Bill is 'extremely regressive' say 'pro-life' campaigners
The abortion law as it stands in the Isle of Man
Sports Direct to open in Douglas next week
Runaway tram: Call for probe by police
Trams should have been halted until they're checked said union leader
2016 crash tram had faulty brakes
Snaefell tram out of control: There was a lady and girl crying
Telecom finance boss suspended pending court action
Come and see us at the Royal Show!
Greyhound charity has already rehomed 12 dogs
End of era for the Port Erin Royal
Number of visitors to the TT up 6% - and the really good news is that more younger fans are visiting
Chef rolled himself out of pub during row
Unemployment remains low
Manx cheese targets French retail outlets
Sisters reunite after 54 year gap
Paraglider enjoys aerial views of south
Deal to save fund in crisis is proposed
Crime night gathering
Football clubs put up signs promoting the Samaritans
Lunch club helpers retire
Forty years of the flat green bowling in the Isle of Man
Louisa swaps a career in banking for cookie dough
Mae Challis gears up to release her album with two gigs
Draft abortion bill is published
Drunk and disorderly man is fined
Show to celebrate its 75th year
Snaefell Mountain Railway is brought to a halt
Errant partner tracked to pub
Government publishes financial crime strategy in the wake of international scrutiny
Safety fears at plan for housing on prom
Man made a 'foolish decision' to drive car
We're happy but many are struggling
Premier Inn wants to open in Douglas
Fire crews called to animal waste processing plant
Microgaming's new home
Union boss tells the Manx Independent of his concerns about the runaway tram
Pizza delivery man was claiming benefits
Demolition team at Royal Hotel
Speeding driver ran into queuing traffic
Twenty objections to schools sharing site
Tim Groves' property advice: How do you maximise house value?
Time for tea
Many people will be working till they are over 80 - Mellon
Meet the newspapers team at Royal Show
Beth's reading award
Doorman refused to leave pub
Tim Groves' property column: How do you maximise the value of your home?
Town hall evacuated after fire alarm set off
Video footage of dramatic tower rescue
Did you see police car being tailgated?
Boat owner in knots over theft of rope
Police probe vehicle damage in north
Jurby Junk could shut up shop after four decades
Concerns grow at impact of healthcare proposals
Have your say on land registration proposals
Importance of right brand and packaging
Young adults to represent the Isle of Man at biosphere forum
Students enjoy visit to the island
Equiom joy at 'Deal of Year' for UAE acquisition
Patrick works for two weeks at United Nations summer school in Switzerland
Promotional feature: It's showtime at the Royal Manx Agricultural Show
"We were in plane crash mode"
Event has to be 'heavily policed'
John's on the right bearing at orienteering world championships
Where to find details of property transactions
We are taking this very seriously
Passengers tell the Examiner of their ordeal as their tram hurtled down Snaefell
CSP ordered to disclose details
Marine Drive shut 40 years ago
As the Isle of Man considers building a landing stage for big cruise ships, a warning from Friends of the Earth about pollution
Driver worried about 'tailgating' car behind ended up doing 20mph over the speed limit
Fundraising cyclists visiting the Isle of Man
Simon of Nasaleze scoops int'l forklift operator of year award
Island included in northern marketing awards
Police say changes to Castletown Festival were avoidable
TinyCow criticised over festival fiasco
Were you on Snaefell tram that went out of control?
FoI medical negligence answer was wrong
Man had cocaine down his trousers
Hit Broadway musical at the Gaiety in the autumn
Earnings Survey will reveal pay patterns
Tynwald community spirit
Joseph to be performed at the Gaiety
Round in circles
Local photographer shoots the stars in London
Controls brought in for whelk fishing
Angry mother rowed in school's car park
Drink-driver was twice the limit
MSPCA column: Report your sightings of barn owls
Psychic Steve Holbrook to perform at the Palace
Why children in Tanzania are playing football in Manx kits
Meet the newspapers team at Royal Show
Houghtons keep on smiling
Photos tell a tale
Drama: Next stop Edinburgh Festival for pirates
Take a bee-autiful picture this summer
Classical Two different shows from one artist
How can we get more people to get on their bike or walk?
Is peace breaking out over Ramsey Cottage Hospital row?
Don't let health charges be a prescription for problems: GP speaks out
Payments to Minister's firm won't be made public
Enter the Isle of Man's most prestigious awards event
Just 50% of EasyJet's flights between the Isle of Man and London are on time
Transport boss speaks after Snaefell Mountain Railway tram carriage brakes failure
Boy, 10, rescued after jumping off jetty
Protect Manx waters urge Celtic nations
Man denies ice cream shop burglary
Teamwork is at the heart of Tynwald Mills' success
Changes made to Castletown Festival's schedule
Patient care must not suffer from prescription changes, says GP
Boat lovers set sail for traditional weekend
Live music Tribute to an iconic Irish musician
New place to eat sparks fears over parking
'Deliberate damage' to parked VW Polo
Sharp rise in the cost of living
Man is jailed after punching his mother
Trio's conspiracy charge
Guided walks about the Ayres and bats
Let's make pier this island's best attraction
Holiday park will attract tourists
Group aims to give help to new mothers
Exhibition welcomes oldest member
Promotion for PwC's Alison
Mothers' Union fundraiser
Show promises lots to do for the children
Coffee morning to fight cancer
Strix plan to list on UK stock market comes to the boil
European leadership award for enthusiastic QE2 student Chloe
Liquidation not matter for FSA
Community service after chemist thefts
Walk from Kirk Michael
Woman died after fall in the shower at home
Dig out your glowsticks for a neon night walk
Ramsey war heroes are remembered
Service marks 44 years since tragic inferno
Brexit gives us opportunities says UK Minister
The Manx government faces a total cost for pay rises of £4.3m - so where will it find the money?
Concerns after news that prescriptions might rise
Scheme aims to bring life back to Port Soderick: Maybe Marine Drive could re-open too
Cannabis man was in charge of vehicle
Yarn bombers bring a splash of colour to a market square
Historic house is to stay on buildings register
Dance supports two worthy causes
Jordyn's a gem
Daniella is crowned village princess
Teenage shoplifter hid items in handbag
Help to marshal at the MGP
Sure cuts roaming charges too
3 tyres punctured on parked Toyota
Give it a go at the Awards
Lifeguards honoured after saving a woman who suffered stroke in pool
Camping trips beckon as head teacher steps down
Speed camera firm paid 1.2m Euro a month
Record funds are donated to charity
Manx race secretary leaves after 29 years Caroline to leave post after 29 years
Zumba class to raise money for charity
Nationwide International's final donation to community
The President of Tynwald pays tribute to the four people who died in car tragedy
Village celebrates end of roadworks
Garage ditches its Post Office kiosk
The Ben has berthing trial at Larne harbour
Take on O'Limpets challenge
Walk was a 'celebration of life' - it wasn't anti-abortion say organisers
State pensioners under 75 set to lose free prescriptions
Nominate now for the Isle of Man Newspapers Awards for Excellence
We're no tax haven study concludes
Manx Telecom cuts data roaming charges
Today's Examiner reports on the inquest into last week's tragedy in Laxey
Fire-ravaged hotel is rising from the ashes
Thousands of trees could be wiped out as diseases take hold
83% of students at college get top grade
Scheme to help young disabled
Breast Unit is officially opened 18 months after launch
Businesses of all sizes can get value from the use of Big Data
Estera man in running for UK Director of the Year awards
Get your entries in for Sulby Horticultural Show
Golf club buggies and shed damaged
Investigation after some companies stop offering credit cards to Manx residents
Tabby's end to end horseback relay is a first for the island
Young people gain sports qualifications - and that could help the Manx economy
Neighbourhood noise knife row
Look out for swifts
Competition for children promotes healthy eating
Could you give support to elderly pet owners?
Manx National Heritage looking for help from green-fingered volunteers
It's a mystery as crime authors interrogated
Sixty taste gin at Milntown
Sports day in castle grounds
Manx Independent questionnaire: Ali De Backer
Inquiry into children's home abuse scandal
Bushy's boss optimistic for beer tent after bid rejected
Man 'kicked off' and threw dressing table
Ivie is life and soul of the party at 100
Nostalgia for dystopia
Louis Group losses 'devastating'
£108,000 spend on repairs to £420,000 loco
Nurses' pay rise success
ManxSPCA column: What to do if you find a grounded bat
It's a mystery as crime authors interrogated
Joy's Princess Party raises cash for St John Ambulance
Oh we do like to be beside the seaside: Port Erin festival
Error of judgment led to rider's injury
Students debate our big issues in Tynwald
Peel is set for an absurdly good time
Go wild outdoors
Cooil Road car showroom plan is making a big impact
Music the Big Wheel keeps on turning in laxey
Three petitions are ruled out of order
Van was waiting for a test before retaxing
Fraudulent claimant has less to pay back
Firemen are honoured by Governor
Residents encouraged to love their home town
Snaefell walk for Hyperbaric Chamber
Advertising feature: Focus on Castle Street, Douglas
Choir entertains and helps to raise money
Church friends mark anniversary
The sun will always shine on us
Primal Scream rocked the rock
Baad Acid did themselves proud supporting Primal Scream
Summerland charity show
Review of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night at Peel Castle
Residents to celebrate end of the village's roadworks
Killer driver has sentence extended
Trust signs lease to begin work on pier's restoration
The Southern Show is on this weekend - how Vicky has been preparing
Mindless vandals destroy allotments
Car ends up on hedge after driver loses control
Man who parked in disabled spot 'for a few minutes' is fined
Two sites identified for Peel sewage works
We're no BBC magic money tree
Man whose van tax was 10 months out of date tells court it was an 'oversight'
Confusion led man to ride uninsured
Man, 42, is jailed after making threat to police
Farm tourism group celebrates its 20th anniversary
New beach seaweed clearing contract awarded
Kettle control company Strix is brewing up for a listing on AIM
Celebrating the island's buildings
Demolition of the former mart after MGP
Promotional feature: There's so much to do in the beautiful south
War at the tills as Strand Centre prepares to re-open
Island based space think tank has new executive director
Lord Mayor aims to strengthen links with The City
Your heirlooms could be worth more than you think
Something completely different for the end of term
Parents ask for opinions on shared site bid
Driver should have retaken his driving test
Too few low energy homes in Clagh Vane
Vote for a charity to get Masons cash
A floral tribute to four victims of road tragedy
Butcher backs call for Meat Plant inquiry
Now you can enter a bar or club after 1am
Some firms won't give credit cards to people from the Isle of Man
Students celebrate cultures
Oral health strategy needs more teeth says health minister
Tycoon seeks backdated approval for his helipad
Conflicting reports end in a reprieve for stone pillars
Cooil Road and Nunnery proposals to be incorporated into area plan
Detention law: Minister says his department was aware of changes in 2011 to the surprise of the Attorney General
Businesses have a say on economic crime and fraud
Commissioner expects to be lynched for making comment
New business puts focus on IT security and data protection
Tim Groves' property column: Time to take advantage of the summer
Payments processing company based here is an island winner
No plan to introduce tax relief
Old police station would be a good spot for offices says Home Affairs Minister
Hungry sheep stuck on cliff
Pay rise for govt staff will cost millions
Motorist treated at scene after Mini rolls
Hit and run crash near Summerhill glen
Two graves vandalised
Sorry to home-owners worried about new planning blueprint
Free dog bag trial is to be extended soon
Council workers to tackle sticky problem
Complaints about new patient transfer system are trailing off insists minister
Resident's concerns over new bus shelter
No plans for any further action from Manx government over Scottish Power mis-selling scandal
Village tackles 'nuisance' seagulls
Council is to reach out to public
Remembering those who died in the First World War
Remembering those who died in the First World War
Remembering those who died in the First World War
A mini Parish Walk to raise school funds
Bond-themed evening to support breast charity
Au revoir south of France and hello to the Isle of Man
Idea Factory has inspired staff to come up with great thoughts
Civil defence team demo at fun day
Search to find solution to Peel Marina silt problem
Quayle's terse reply to question about travel
No car parking on tennis court say planners
Capital's grot spot is still monitored
Shut for 17 weeks
Parked car damaged outside A&E
Lifeboat called out to lone sailor in difficulty
Is Kate fit for purpose?
What's in this week's Isle of Man Examiner
We'll give Manx companies a fair chance says Treasury Minister
Pupils honour memory of the fallen
Man who stole perfume from chemist's shop is sentenced
We don't have trouble recruiting primary school teachers says minister
Review on housing provision due later this year
Sun shines down on village lifeboat day
Housebuilder renews sponsorship of Peel Golf Club junior competition
Three dead in crash
Road reopens after serious crash