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Douglas Lighthouse on the Isle of Man
Panorama of South of the Isle of Man with Milner Tower
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The Manx Queenie, or Queen Scallop, is one of the delicacies that one can savour on the Isle of Man. And once a year, the Isle of Man Queenie Fesitval is held to celebrate this delicate and savoury morsel that can be prepared in a...

When I was studying this subject my law professor was not enthused about this subject. This was largely due to the fact that he considered it to be about rich people pursuing other rich people and clogging up the courts. In some respects he is...

Whoop, cheer and put your hands together for another hilarious night of comedy with The Comedy Club at Villa Marina & Gaiety Theatre on Thursday 28th May. So sit back and enjoy 3 top comedians as seen on TV and get stuck in with...

There are few images more iconic of the Isle of Man than that of Lady Isabella, the massive water wheel in Laxey. Erected in 1854, this is still the largest operational water wheel in world, a title which is unlikely to ever be challenged again....