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Chief minister delivers State of the Nation address

Ard Shirveishagh cur loayrtys Stayd yn Ashoon

Lught dellal clashtyn reayrt jerkallagh

Ta'n Ard Shirveishagh er chur reayrt jerkallagh jeh stayd argidoil yn Ellan 'sy traa ry heet.

Ren Howard Quayle loayrt roish taghyrt bleinoil AICP Stayd yn Ashoon 'sy Villa Marina moghrey Jeheiney (01 Toshiaght Arree).

'Sy loayrtys echey ren eh cur shilley rolaue er fogrey dy bee oik geuley gloutagh currit er bun 'syn Ellan.

Ta Mnr Quayle gra dy vel palchey ain dy ve jarrooagh mychione echey.

AS HOWARD QUAYLE : My vees Reiltys eu ta gobbragh lesh y cherroo argidoil echey as dy chooilley colught ayns Ellan Vannin, as er-lheh yn cheu ta reilley reddyn, t'eh scanshoil erskyn credjue dy vel shin cummal seose nyn gurrymyn argidoil eddyr-ashoonagh as arrym mie currit daue,  as ny stundayrtyn t'eh orrin ve biallagh da, dy vel shin fakinit dy ve leeideilagh 'sy theihll.

As cha nel eh agh er-coontey yn sleih t'ayns Ellan Vannin dy vod mayd cooilleeney shen, as dy vel shin cooilleeney shen. Ta ambee feer vie ain, ta'n tarmaynys gaase, ayns traa feer neu-hickyr. As shegin dooin cummal seose y gleashaght shen.

 

Business community hears optimistic outlook

The chief minister has given an optimistic view of the Island's financial future, at a conference in Douglas.

Howard Quayle addressed the annual AICP State of the Nation event at the Villa Marina this morning.

In his speech he previewed an announcement that a blockchain office is to be set up on the Island.

Mr Quayle says we have a lot to be positive about:
 

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