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The Isle of Man Examiner is in stores now.

After Scotland and Wales banned parents from hitting their children, should we follow suit?

The story is in today’s paper.

We also report that the island company AML Tax (UK) Limited has been fined for failing to provide the UK tax authorities with legally required information.

The front page is about a woman who faked a pregnancy in a campaign of harassment against her former lover and his wife.

The island is still on track to remove all remaining Covid restrictions from midnight March 31.

The government says the removal of restrictions “signals the government’s decision to treat coronavirus as an endemic disease similar to other illnesses such as influenza and norovirus”.

Offender Jack Warren McKernon admitted to assaulting a woman outside TK Maxx in Douglas. But then he was knocked unconscious by her husband.

The future of the old marine biology station on the Port Erin breakwater was discussed by the planning committee.

A retired police officer, Arthur Hanbidge, has died aged 102. We hear tributes.

Douglas must have a new mayor.

This week we are encouraged to walk or cycle rather than drive.

Floor worker Michael Joshua Hall went to court after struggling during a visit to the doctor.

Jurby School is celebrating its 40th anniversary.

In our street interviews, we ask what people like in their sandwiches.

Over 170 young people from the island have received certificates for their Duke of Edinburgh’s Award.

Our Big Picture page looks at the circus, while we have two pages on Young Farmer concerts.

Restoration work at Peel Castle.

Our Work Week section looks at how the Chamber of Commerce is trying to encourage companies to aim for net zero carbon emissions.

There are also marketing tips for the food industry.

In the food and farming pages, how the market raised thousands of dollars for Ukrainians and we look at lambing with the Creer family.

Our political column this week is written by Southside MHK Tim Glover.

Former MHK David Cretney thanks everyone who now reaches out to him weekly after reading his Examiner column.

It tells an interesting story of how a ship was deliberately sunk to prevent the Germans from seizing gold.

And he watches music from the 60s, 70s and 80s. What is his favorite decade?

We go back to 1953 for the first page of the past. What did Mona’s Herald readers learn? The price of eggs was big news.

In our regular Buildings at Risk article, Dave Martin of the Isle of Man Antiquarian and Natural History Society examines the stone used for construction and its regional character.

On the last page The top 20 starting numbers for the Superbike and Senior TT races have been confirmed. John McGuinness MBE will start number one when he returns to the Honda Racing family.

There are 10 action-packed sports pages in total.

There’s also our Letters page, crossword puzzles, a TV guide and lots of community news.

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