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Chief Minister outlines benefits to Island of UNESCO Biosphere Reserve status

Chief Minister outlines benefits to Island of UNESCO Biosphere Reserve status The Island’s status as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve greatly enhances its reputation as a special place to live, work and visit. That is the message from Chief Minister Howard Quayle MHK, who today chaired the first meeting of a group that will ensure the […]

Isle of Man Ship Registry Rings the Changes

Isle of Man Ship Registry Rings the Changes The Isle of Man’s highly successful Ship Registry is evolving to meet the needs of the modern shipping world by streamlining its existing processes, introducing a new fee structure and adding extra value to the world class service provided.   From 1st April 2017 the Ship Registry […]

New Telecom Connection Voucher Scheme

New Telecom Connection Voucher Scheme The Department of Economic Development has launched a Telecom Connection Voucher Scheme (TCS) for local businesses. The scheme provides £500 towards the cost of connection and first year broadband or leased-line rentals for new Isle of Man businesses established in an export earning sector. Following a recent review of the […]

We have 12 Quickbooks Certified Pro-Advisors!

We have 12 Quickbooks Certified Pro-Advisors! Now that’s something to shout about! Want to save time and money?! Of course you do, then get in touch and see what the fuss is all about.   #Accountants #IOM #Business @pinnaclebookkeepingandaccouts #cloudaccounting @Pinnace_IOM  

Knockaloe to be let for agricultural use

Knockaloe to be let for agricultural use The Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture (DEFA) is to let Knockaloe Farm to agricultural tenants. Via estate agent Chrystals, the Department is advertising the opportunity to rent the farm as a whole or in lots. Knockaloe is historically significant as it housed an internment camp during World […]

Dogs must be on leads from 1st April at Ayres reserve – reminder

Dogs must be on leads from 1st April at Ayres reserve – reminder Dog walkers are reminded their animals must be on leads at the Ayres National Nature Reserve from Saturday 1st April to protect ground nesting birds. The requirement comes under bylaws and extends until Monday 31st July. Failure to comply could result in […]

‘Coach of the Year’ sponsor applauds island’s sporting talent

‘Coach of the Year’ sponsor applauds island’s sporting talent Sponsor of Isle of Man Sport’s Coach of the Year award Crowe Clark Whitehill has applauded the island’s sporting talent. Presenting Isle of Man women’s hockey team coach Raj Nandha with the award, the accounting firm’s director Phaedra Bird congratulated Mr Nandha on his success in […]

Registration open and lead speakers announced for ISLEXPO 2017

Registration open and lead speakers announced for ISLEXPO 2017 Following the success of the inaugural conference last year, ISLEXPO returns for 2017 with a focus on accelerating business growth. Registration is now open for the free two-day event taking place on 24th and 25th May at the Villa Marina in Douglas. Hosted by the Department […]

Young people help Government tackle menace of cyberbullying

The Children’s Services Partnership is listening to the views of young people as it considers how to protect them from the menace of cyberbullying. The Department of Education and Children’s Youth Service led a focus group comprising students from the DEC’s five secondary schools, University College Isle of Man (UCM) and Café Laare. This was […]

HM Attorney General officially sworn in

HM Attorney General officially sworn in Long-serving Manx advocate John Quinn has today (Friday 17 March 2017) been officially sworn in as Attorney General in the Isle of Man. Mr Quinn took the Oath of Allegiance and Oath of Attorney General at Government House. The Warrant of Appointment was given by His Excellency the Lieutenant […]

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