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Local author Rakie Keig has given a talk about her latest novel Home Ground at the Henry Bloom Noble Library.

‘Venus calling’ SOLD OUT

Tuesday, 12 June 2012 10:54

**This event is now sold out**  

One of the rarest of astronomical phenomena, a transit of Venus, is to be the subject of a talk by the Isle of Man Astronomical Society’s Howard Parkin at the Henry Bloom Noble Library.

Councillor David John Ashford has been elected Mayor of Douglas for the 2012-2013 municipal year.

The 2012 Douglas horse tram service will begin on Monday 14 and operate daily from 9am to 6pm until Sunday September 16.

At a meeting of the Council of the Borough of Douglas, held on Wednesday 2nd May, 2012, it was agreed unanimously that the selection of Mr. Councillor D.J. Ashford to serve as Mayor of the Borough for the year commencing 9th May 2012, as originally approved at a private meeting on Friday 30th March, be confirmed subject to election at the Annual Council meeting on 9th May.

Events and Party Recycling

Thursday, 10 May 2012 13:07

Public events and private parties often create a huge amount of waste. Whether it’s a sports game, school festival ora simple private party, when people come together waste tends to be left in their wake – these materials can be a valuable resource when recycled.


The Leader of Douglas Borough Council Councillor David Christian JP spoke for all Members of the Council and staff when he expressed his delight at learning that Mark Cavendish, Honorary Freeman of the Borough of Douglas and acknowledged as ‘the world’s fastest man on two wheels’ had become a father.

Spring sprang with a host of daffodils at the Henry Bloom Noble Library when it held a children’s Easter creative activity session led by senior library assistant Shirley Moore.