Isle of Man News last updated 24 April 2014 20:31:04

Your chance to quiz climate change expert

POSTED yesterday at 2:10 pm by Joanne Clague

There's an opportunity for the public to hear the views and ask questions of a world expert in climate change. Professor Thomas Stocker will give a talk at the Manx Museum on Tuesday May 13 at 6.15pm. Professor of Climate and Environmental Physics at the University of Bern in Switzerland, he co-chairs the working group that has produced a summary ...

"How to Run a Website that Sells" FREE Seminar

POSTED yesterday at 2:00 pm by MT

Isle Of Man accountancy firm Harding Lewis is hosting a free marketing seminar on 22nd May at The Sefton from 4.30pm-6.30pm. This is the fifth in the series of their very popular business-building seminars. Guest speaker Steve Hackney is a world renowned, UK based business growth and marketing expert and will be presenting on: ‘How To Build A Websi...

Meeting to tackle green lanes issue

POSTED yesterday at 8:41 am

Infrastructure Minister Laurence Skelly is set to outline proposals for the future use of green lanes in the Isle of Man's uplands at a meeting next week.Environmentalist Richard Crowhurst says he has been invited along and hopes a firm policy will be developed. Mr Crowhurst claims that off road vehicles are ruining the Manx countryside and says most of the damage is being done by motorbikes. He wants to see some of the lanes permanently closed to give them a chance to recover from the damage.Watch our interview with Richard Crowhurst of Green Ways Our Heritage at http://www.manx.net/tv/mt-tv/watch/63255/greenways-updateGot a story? Contact Joanne on 340000 or email newsdesk@manx.net

Warning to householders

POSTED Wed at 3:28 pm

Lock your doors - that's the message from police after a series of incidents were reported by residents in the Strang and Union Mills area.Officers are investigating several reports between 9pm and midnight last night, when attempts to gain entry into a number of properties through insecure doors were made.A police spokesman said: 'This sort of incident is unusual for our Island but preventable by using basic crime prevention techniques such as locking your doors.'Extra patrols are now in the area as well as officers conducting house to house inquiries. Police want to hear from anyone who noticed any unusual activity during this time or anything they found to be suspicious.Anyone with information should call 631212 or Crimestoppers on 0800 ...

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