Minister for Environment, Food and Agriculture Geoffrey Boot MHK talked to Paul Moulton about the vision and strategy document published today for UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man, and how it might benefit the economy, environment and community of the Island. Also the situation with planning over the St Marks elm trees was discussed. Please note: Mr Boot is standing in the general election for the House of Keys in September for Glenfaba & Peel. A full list is available on the various election websites.
Gardens around Port St Mary will be opened up to the public from Saturday, July 3rd to Monday, July 5th. We talk to the organiser Pam Crowe from the Friends of Rushen Heritage Trust.Wednesday 30 June in Community
As the Isle of Man prepares to open up its air and sea ports on Monday Superintendent Steve Maddocks, from the Isle of Man Police, gives a warning to people ready to exploit the transfer of illegal items to the Island as they launch Operation Strongbox.Monday 28 June in Community