Hed goaldagh Laa Tinvaal er ronsaghey
Çhiarn Laboragh va cuirrit ny ghoaldagh onnorit gys jesh-chliaghtey Laa Tinvaal mleeaney, hed eh er ronsaghey ec meoiryn-shee lurg anchoodaghey ayns pabyr-naight Doonee.
Ayns fillym jeant ec y Sun, t'eh grait dy row yn Çhiarn Sewel goaill cocaine marish streebeeyn, cooish ren cur fo raad ronsaghtyn ec meoiryn-shee as ec lught parlamaidagh.
Ayns y feeshan, t'eh ayns e chummal rea Lunninagh as eh ginsh da mraane mychione turrys ren eh er y gherrid gys Mannin - v'eh loayrt mychione kirbyl er traen-bree.
Chammah as shen, t'eh fakinit dy ve boggysagh mychione ny va screeuit ayns pabyryn-naight bentyn da'n turrys echey, as eh gra dy lhaih eh mychione y cur shilley parlamaidagh er yn iPad echey. Ghow shen stiagh turryssyn gys scoillyn Ellanagh.
Tynwald Day guest investigated
A Labour peer who was invited to this year's Tynwald Day ceremony as a guest of honour is to be investigated by police after an expose in a Sunday newspaper.
Lord Sewel was filmed by the Sun allegedly taking cocaine with prostitutes, sparking police and parliamentary investigations.
In the video, he's in his London flat, telling women about a recent trip he made to the Isle of Man, describing lunch on a steam train.
And he's also seen boasting about the press coverage of his trip, claiming he read about the parliamentary visit, which included trips to Island schools, on his iPad.