This week’s Manx Independent includes lots of information about the Isle of Pride, the festival that celebrates LGBT+ people.
It’s in our leisure and pleasure section, Island Life.
The lead story is about Loganair’s plans for the island.
We also print great photos of whales that were seen off Peel this week.
The Isle of Man’s emergency services control room says staff have not had problems with the location app What3Words, despite reports of services elsewhere questioning its accuracy.
Connor Lloyd Jackson, of Pulrose Road, Douglas, has admitted assaulting a man by punching, kicking and stamping on him.
A couple badly injured in a crash at the 2013 TT races are now claiming up to £4million in damages.
Members of a Long Covid support group have called for a survey to determine the number of people in the island who are suffering with the illness in an effort to help design new health care guidance.
Manx athlete Graham Stigant is undertaking a fundraising challenge as a way of giving something back to the charity which helped him identify a potentially fatal heart condition he knew nothing about.
The Friends of Jurby Church are running an exhibition featuring more than 100 Manx cat postcard prints in aid of St Patrick’s Church.
The Chamber of Commerce is welcoming news that three topics that concern its members are to be brought up in Tynwald next week.
One of Manx Radio’s bosses fancies becoming an MHK.
Castletown will be Bringing Out of the Brollies for the island’s first umbrella festival.
There is ‘shocking’ lack of information about abortion services available in the island following historic law reforms, campaigners say.
Plans for next year’s TT and beyond are set to be announced in a special broadcast tomorrow evening (Friday).
This week marked a year since the Black Lives Matter march on Douglas Promenade, where more than 1,000 people protested against racism. Have attitudes changed?
Grant Michael Corkill, of Lord Street, Douglas, who admitted an offence of common assault on his wife has been punished by a court.
Meanwhile, Edard Dolyn Corkill, who drove twice while under the influence of cannabis, has been sentenced to 220 hours community service.
The Sulby Glen Hotel’s 17th annual beer festival starts soon.
As well as details about Pride, Island Life includes features on music, poetry, film, literature, the Manx Virtual Music Competition and has photos of gigh flying skateboard action and BMX bike stunts helped to open up the island’s latest purpose built skate park in Castletown.
There is also 12 pages of sport, plenty of community news, a page of your letters, Pullyman’s column, our puzzles pages and a seven-day television guide.
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