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  1. Tesco to stop providing free plastic bags

    https://www.groundwork.org.uk/Sites/tescocommunityscheme
  2. States of Jersey Finances.

    Sludge Thickener Project The New sludge digestion facilities at Bellozanne treatment works were commissioned in January 2016. This new plant pasteurisers and breaks down the solids element of what gets flushed down the toilet into a useable fertiliser which can be recycled back to land. During this process, which takes approximately 18 days, biogas containing methane is given off and stored in a large gas holder. This biogas then runs a combined heat and power unit which produces electricity reducing the amount of electricity being imported to run the whole sewage treatment process. For 2016 the combined heat and power unit saved the government £312,000 worth of electricity. Sounds better value for money than Meary Veg.
  3. Premier Inn

    https://www.gov.im/lib/docs/co/centraldouglasmasterplanfinalrep.pdf A hotel is not what they planned for Market Street in their Master Plan. See pages 31-35 for details
  4. Have you ever wondered...

    How come people still don't know where the Isle of Man is and how to get there?
  5. MHK to explore gas supply alternative

    I think that's the ultimate idea.
  6. How do you live without a god?

    I think it's good if children can read about living without a god in language that they can understand. We didn't do that when I was at primary school.
  7. Bad Governance on the Island

    Promises made during elections are made to get elected not to be implemented. That also applies to slogans written on the side of buses during referenda.
  8. Katherine Crowe's headstone...

    http://www.winchester.anglican.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Summary-of-Regulations-for-Churchyards-and-Churchyard-memorials.pdf I imagine there are similar regulations for churchyards in the IOM.
  9. Manx to the Max?

    I can't say that DEFA's new provenance label with an outline of the island and the three legs of man stands out on the shelves.
  10. A polite reminder to cyclists

    Did you take the opportunity to go to the PAG meeting about cycling this evening and express your points of view?
  11. Jehovah Witnesses outside M&S

    The only good thing about JWs is that they seem to paint their building on Peel Road every year or two. With so many shabby buildings around they are an example to us all here on the IOM.
  12. Nationwide Confirms 70 Job Losses

    Quick bet on how long before Mr Quayle says, 'Going forward'?
  13. Globetrotter To Face Public Questioning?

    I thought he was IOM Government's chief minister. LEGCO is something different.
  14. Strang Road

    Refreshing to hear Mrs Beecroft's opinion yesterday on Manx Radio on the planters in the road where she lives in Strang. Ugly monstrosities or words to that effect.
  15. MLC nominations open

    The intelligent woman who can string two sentences together would get my vote.
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