Endoscopy services and airport waiting times raised
There are just six questions for oral answer in today's House of Keys sitting.
They include three from Douglas North member, David Ashford, and two from the representative for Arbory, Castletown and Malew, Jason Moorhouse.
Ministers are also being asked a further five questions for written answer.
Policy and Reform Minister Chris Thomas will reveal whether he's considered charging double rates on empty domestic properties later.
The question's being tabled by Mr Moorhouse who wants to establish if vacant homes provide an Island-wide problem.
Health Minister Kate Beecroft also be pressed on how the endoscopy suite at Noble's Hospital is doing after it was moved from Ramsey Cottage Hospital earlier in the year.
There'll also be a question regarding the security backlogs at Ronaldsway airport.
You can hear live coverage of this morning's House of Keys sitting right here on Manx Radio from 10am, on air, online or on our smartphone apps.