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Leisure and Entertainmenton Douglas Promenade, the Isle of Man Government Welcome Centre is the Island’s multi-functional premier tourism and information centre. The Welcome Centre’s dedicated staff can offer help
News > 2016 > Sep > 12With the launch of The University College Isle of Man (UCM) rebrand in April this year, it is an exciting time as staff get ready to welcome the first intake of UCM students - the next generation
News > 2015 > Feb > 16Anglers can now purchase fishing licences over the counter at the Welcome Centre at the Sea Terminal, Douglas, as well as online at www.gov.im/onlineservices. Richard Ronan MHK, Minister
News > 2018 > Apr > 30The Isle of Man is set to welcome a record number of cruise passengers in 2018 with over 9,900 passengers arriving on 24 cruise ships due to visit this year. This compares with 23 cruise days
News > 2017 > Feb > 03commented: ‘The Commissioners welcome the opportunity to take on the management of the Department’s 20 houses in Peel, which will result in a single point of contact for those who need to access public
News > 2017 > Apr > 28or as they use Douglas’s promenades. ‘The sculpture will provide a suitable Manx welcome for visitors to the Celtic Media Festival, which the Island is honoured to host for the first time. ‘Although
News > 2012 > Dec > 11a welcome reversal of the recent trend.
News > 2017 > Oct > 17… Welcome to University College Isle of Man’s annual Higher Education awards ceremony. As Minister for Education and Children, it’s my privilege and pleasure to be invited to open this auspicious
News > 2012 > Jun > 12. Members of the public interested in applying for university as mature students and recent A level students who chose not to attend university after their exams are welcome to attend. Ian Kay, Head
About The Government > Departments > Cabinet Office > Government Technology Services (GTS)A quick guide to the digital programme at Noble's Hospital. Status Key: Red - not started / project on hold Amber - in planning / not started Green - live / on track ProjectProject