Lunney co-choyrle heayagh bentyn da eeastagh roagan
Ta'n Rheynn Çhymmyltaght, Bee as Eirinys shirrey barelyn y theay bentyn da jannoo kinjagh yn eeastagh roagan.
Ta sleih boirit dy vel eh jeeaghyn dy vel y sthock roagan goll sheese y liargagh.
Va kiare thousane dy lieh thunney dy roaganyn er nyn gur er y thalloo syn Ellan nurree - t'eh oolit dy row shen feeu kiare millioon punt da tarmaynys Vannin.
Shirveishagh y Rheynn, Richard Ronan, t'eh lane aggindagh red ennagh y yannoo roish my jig cooishyn dy ve ny smessey.
Public consultation launched on king scallop fishery
The Department of Environment, Food and Agricuture is seeking public opinion on how to make the king scallop fishery sustainable long-term.
Concerns have been raised following signs its stock is on the decline.
Four-and-a-half thousand tonnes were landed in the Island last year - worth an estimated £4 million to the Manx economy.
DEFA Minister Richard Ronan is keen to take action before the situation worsens.