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MHK wants backing on water quality stance

Oltey jeh'n Chiare as Feed laccal pohlldal son e pholasee bentyn da quallid ushtey

Ta Oltey jeh'n Chiare as Feed son Skeerey Connaghyn goll dy hirrey er Tinvaal ad dy phohlldal e pholasee bentyn da'n whallid jeh ushtey-faarkee er traieyn yn Ellan.

Tra hoieys yn whaiyl yn çhiaghtin shoh çheet, Peter Karran, Oltey jeh'n Chiare as Feed son Skeerey Connaghyn, shirree eh er Olteynyn ad dy ve ayns coardailys rish treealtys dy beagh bree currit ec Mannin da stundayrtyn ushtey-faarkee yn Unnaneys Oarpagh - reillyn va currit magh ayns feed cheead as shey.

Eisht, ta Mnr Karran gra, veagh reillyn ushtey-faarkee yn Ellan jeeragh myr adsyn ayns çheeraghyn er gerrey jee, dy choadey slaynt y theay as ymmydeyryn ny traieyn.

Ec yn traa t'ayn, ta'n Ellan fo reillyn Unnaneys Oarpagh va currit magh sy vlein nuy cheead jeig, tree feed as shey-jeig. Cha row bree currit da ny reillyn feed cheead as shey ayns steatyn yn Unnaneys gys nurree.

MHK wants backing on water quality stance

An Onchan MHK is to ask Tynwald to back his stance on bathing water quality on the Island's beaches.

When the court sits next week, Peter Karran MHK will ask members to approve a motion calling for EU Bathing Water Standards dating back to 2006 to be adopted here.

Mr Karran says such a move would bring the Island in line with neighbouring countries to protect the health of the public and beach users.

The Island currently follows an EU directive dating back to 1976 - the 2006 directive didn't come into force in EU member states until last year.

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