Cassid jeant noi dooinney son cur screeunyn oltooanagh gys Shirveishagh
Y chooish jeh dooinney ass Doolish ta currit ny lieh dy ren eh baggyrtyn er Oltey jeh'n Chiare as Feed, t'ee currit ry-lhiattee son kegeesh.
John James Corran ass Straid Allan, ta cassid jeant noi, fo'n clattys coadey veih tranlaase, son jannoo reddyn oddagh greinnaghey aggle roish raghtalys.
T'eh currit ny lieh dy dug eh screeunyn baggyrtagh as oltooanagh gys yn Çhirveishagh Tashtee Eddie Teare, eddyr Mee Houney 2014 as Mee ny Nollick nurree.
Ta'n chooish er ny cur ry-lhiattee, gys y nah laa as feed Mee Vayrnt. Ta Mnr Corran seyr fo rane, choud as nagh vel eh meeiteil er aght erbee rish yn çhualtagh.
Man accused of sending abusive letters to Minister
The case of a 62-year-old Douglas man charged with making threats against an MHK has been adjourned for a fortnight.John James Corran of Allan Street, is charged under the Protection from Harassment Act for displaying conduct which could cause fear of violence.
He's accused of sending threatening and abusive correspondence to Treasury Minister Eddie Teare between November 2014 and December last year.
The case has been adjourned until March the 22nd with Mr Corran bailed with the condition he makes no contact with the complainant.