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Online tributes pour in for Islander

Tributes to British Superbike champion Steve Hislop have been pouring in to the website for Isle of Man Newspapers following the star’s tragic death in a helicopter crash last week. Originally from Scotland, the 11-times TT winner had lived on

Bra-vo for record-breaking undies

The Isle of Man Examiner has been officially recognised as a world record breaker – for the longest ever bra chain. The paper set the record last October as part of a fundraising event for its Beat Breast Cancer Appeal.

Manx Page 3 girl – a babe with a difference!

Pictures of half-naked babes basking in the heatwave have been rammed down readers’ throats during the past couple of weeks. So when he was asked to try to gather some out-of-the-ordinary hot weather pictures for a spread, Isle of Man

Regional press runners join 30,000 on NY streets

Three regional journalists have helped raise thousands of pounds for charity by successfully running the New York marathon. Jane Gallagher, Paul Fulford and John Quirk were among more than 30,000 competitiors who ran the tough 26.2 mile course from the

Manx heroes sought by press

Many regional newspapers have launched their own search for the “greatest” in their own town, on the back of the BBC’s quest to find Great Britons. But when you live on a small island there might not be as much

Growing business and boosting profit – the answers

Key figures from the world of digital information will be sharing their knowledge at a major newspaper conference. The Newspaper Society’s New Media Conference is aimed at people involved in the development of electronic media and e-commerce in the regional

First class exclusive

Isle of Man Newspapers was quick off the mark when it got a tip-off that rock star Dexter Holland was on the island. The singer from the multi-million selling band The Offspring had been spotted – but his agent denied

Latest news from reporter's yacht challenge

Rob Peake is having a rough time of it in “the world’s toughest” yacht race. The reporter is part of the Isle of Man team for the second leg of the BT Global Challenge. The crew set sail from Boston,

Police stories needed

Deputy editor Jo Overty is forging links with the police force on the Isle of Man and needs YOUR help. She is looking for stories where the police have used their initiative to assist the media. She said: “I’d like

Reporter makes waves in yacht challenge

Rob Peake is making waves at the Isle of Man Newspapers by taking part in a prestigious boat race. The junior reporter (pictured left) is jetting out to Boston, Massaschusetts, to link up with the crew of the ‘Isle of

Crisis bites in the regions

The chaos brought about by the fuel crisis is hitting the regional press hard. Many papers around the country have been forced to reduce the number of issues they produce, casual sales are being hit, and staff are beginning to

Island magazine's first edition aims to raise £31,170

Isle of Man Newspapers is teaming up with Breakthrough Breast Cancer to raise £31,170 – a pound for every woman aged over 18 in the Island – in just one month. The fund-raising challenge will be launched next week when