Welcome to ManxTails.co.im the online portal for the Isle of Man’s most popular community magazine.

The magazine’s eclectic mix of news, views, features and regular columns from many of the Island’s top writers puts it in a league of its own when it comes to editorial content.

Manx Tails is a unique publication that has successfully moved and adapted with the times. Produced by a dedicated team within Mannin Group’s publications division the magazine has earned its place in the heart of the Manx community. With a commitment to innovation and a reputation for integrity and quality content Manx Tails continues to go from strength to strength.

Don’t miss out and read the latest edition online, today or venture back into the archive and peruse any issue from the past six months.

With our aim to make Manx Tails as accessible as possible, we feel that no one should be left behind so now all editions can be read on all tablet and mobile devices.


mtjan17

January 2017

A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL MANX TAILS READERS

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dec16

December 2016

A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL OUR READERS FROM EVERYBODY AT MANX TAILS

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manxtailsnov2016

November 2016

The Atacama Desert, Flamingos and a Full Manx Moon, Forgotten Diary Opens a Door on Manx History, Not for the Faint-Hearted – The Red Bull Hill Race

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oct16

October 2016

First Stop the Train Cemetery – Mark Boyd in South America, Treat Yourself to a Weekend in Chester, Win the New Book by Top Chef Bryan Webb

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Sept 16-1

September 2016

Mark’s Bolivia Bungee Jump, Pole Vaulter Glen Hits New Heights, The Centenary Of The First Manx Film and Islands & Bridges – The Art of Roger Dean

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aug16

August 2016

Isle of Architecture Launch, Mark Boyd in Bolivia, A Trip Down Memory Lane in Miniature, Tough Mann 2016

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jul16

July 2016

Chris Killip – IOM Revisited, Chef of the Year Heats, Ramsey’s Marine Nature Reserve, Strong Line-Up for Celtic Festival

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june

June 2016

Island honours Somme dead, WWI letters home, Broadening Horizons – new art exhibition, A holidaymaker’s lot is not always a happy one

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