TT 2022 expected to go ahead but Covid being monitored

2022-08-12T11:39:08+01:0010 January 2022|

TT riderOrganisers working with Public Health and central government

TT 2022 is expected to go ahead as planned but organisers are monitoring the latest Covid-19 developments.

The races are due to return following two years of Coronavirus disruption.

Entries for competitors opened this week – the […]

‘Bubbles’ are under review says chief minister

2022-08-12T11:47:41+01:0011 March 2021|

Infection rate must improve first says Quayle

The chief minister has confirmed he is reviewing whether ‘bubbles’ can be introduced in this lockdown.

Howard Quayle was asked about the issue in Tynwald this week.

Onchan MHK Rob Callister claimed single parents were struggling as the […]

Changes to dog walking rules for those isolating

2022-08-12T11:47:56+01:009 March 2021|

Dog walkerPeople will now be allowed to walk the dog of someone who is self-isolating.

Updated guidance on the matter has been shared by Onchan MHK Rob Callister, which states if someone is collecting and walking the dog of someone in quarantine they […]

Support for businesses hit by TT cancellation

2022-08-12T11:54:33+01:0030 November 2020|

Rob Callister, MHKGovernment support will be made available to businesses affected by TT 2021’s cancellation.

Treasury and the Department for Enterprise have announced they will be providing access to a range of financial support schemes and government backed loans to support tourism […]

Pupils return to school

2022-08-12T12:02:41+01:0022 June 2020|

Twelve-week closure comes to an end

All the Island’s schools fully reopen this morning.

They closed 13 weeks ago on 23 March as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.

These Ballakermeen students have been studying from home during the period and are worried about the […]

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