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EMPLOYMENT & SKILLS 2012 EVENT

EMPLOYMENT & SKILLS 2012 EVENT

| November 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

ARE you searching for a new job or looking to improve your employability skills? Do you need help and guidance with your career? Are you thinking of setting up your own business? If so, come along to the forthcoming Employment & Skills 2012 event at the Villa Marina, Douglas, on Thursday 22nd November. Employment & […]

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Stars of X Factor and BGT coming to the Villa

Stars of X Factor and BGT coming to the Villa

| September 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

On Friday 30th November Stars from The X Factor and Britain’s Got Talent will take to the stage to perform live at the Villa Marina. The charity concert is to help raise funds for local charity Junior Achievement (www.jaiom.im). Acts will include Marcus Collins (runner up in The X Factor 2011), Craig Colton, Jamie Archer […]

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Manx Telecom sponsors X Factor and BGT finalists charity show

Manx Telecom sponsors X Factor and BGT finalists charity show

| September 4, 2012 | 0 Comments

Stars from The X Factor and Britain’s Got Talent TV shows will be on stage at the Villa Marina on Friday November 30 to raise funds for local charity Junior Achievement. The concert is being sponsored by Manx Telecom, who are offering an exclusive £5 discount off the ticket price for their mobile customers, and […]

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Junior Achievement: ahead of The Games as usual

Junior Achievement: ahead of The Games as usual

| June 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

If your swimming talent has taken a dive and your synchronised swimming skills are less than rhythmic or if you’ve missed out on the London 2012 ticket draw Junior Achievement Isle of Man has the solution: the Alternative Olympics. The event will take place at Onchan Raceway on Friday July 13th. Teams from local businesses […]

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MEA Substation fault take Energy FM Off Air

| April 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

Music radio station Energy FM was off air for over 4 hours overnight when a fault developed at the MEA substation in Market Street. The power cut also highlighted a fault with the stations emergency programme switching at its main transmitter near Douglas where nonstop music was played until programmes could recommence from the Market […]

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