Dyn eunysseyrys oikoil faggys da paalan-lhionney
Cha bee eunysseyrys oikoil erbee stiurit gys paalan-lhionney Vushy ec kione jiass shooylaghan Ghoolish ec y TT mleeaney.
Rob Callister, oltey politickagh y Rheynn Lhiasaghey Tarmaynagh, t'eh er nyiooldey faaue dy row shoh bentyn da argane roish shoh mychione cairyssyn jeh cowrey-keirdey.
Ec y jerrey jeh'n vlein shoh chaie, vaggyr y Rheynn dy jinnagh ad shual Bushy, bentyn da ymmyd Vushy jeh ny lettyryn 'TT", agh ta'n chooish er ny feaysley neayr's y traa shen.
Ta Mnr Callister gra dy by vraew lesh fakin dy noghe y slane Ellan foays ass eunysseyrys ny bleeaney shoh.
No official entertainment by beer tent
There will be no entertainment directed towards Bushy's beer tent on the southern end of Douglas promenade at this year's TT.
Economic Development member Rob Callister has dismissed a suggestion it has anything to do with a previous dispute over trademark rights.
At the end of last year, the DED threatened to sue Bushy's over its use of the 'TT' unitials, however the situation has since been resolved.
Mr Callister says he's keen to see the whole Island benefit from this year's entertainment.