The latest stories in the Isle of Man
Local law firm Corlett Bolton & Co has seen another of its trainee advocates called to the Manx bar.
Michael Miles joined the practice in August 2019 following the completion of his studies, which comprised of an LLB (Hons) in Law at The Open University and an MSc in Law, Business and Management, for which he achieved a Commendation.
News from Cherry Godfrey where Chief Operating Officer Tanzy Cherry – daughter of founder and Chief Executive David Cherry – has made an investment in the firm by purchasing a substantial shareholding.
The financial services provider has had a base in the Isle of Man since 2016, having been founded in March 1993 in Guernsey.
The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company has expanded its local food produce offering and enhanced its menus on board high speed craft Manannan.
The newly launched menu includes both hot and cold meals using a selection of local ingredients and produce from Robinsons, Noa Bakehouse and A&J Butchers to name but a few.
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