Wednesday, January 13th, 2021 6:56am

By Leanne Cooke @leannelily18

The public is being offered a primary role to shape future Manx health and care services.

The Health and Care Transformation Programme is asking the public for their views on how general practice (GP) services, dental services, pharmacies and opticians can best support them with their health and wellbeing.

The results will help shape the future of health and care services, specifically the first port of call, i.e. primary care, as these services are where the public go when they first need help.

This survey takes on average five minutes to complete and is available until 29 January 2021.

You can find the survey by clicking here.

Police have created a new unit aimed at keeping the Island safe during the current lockdown.

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Can people continue to buy/sell items on social media during the Island’s lockdown?

A man’s appeared in court over allegations he used an imitation firearm to carry out a rape in the south of the Island.

A Ramsey teenager has been remanded in custody as he faces charges of bringing tens of thousands of pounds of drugs to the Island.

A local charity is offering free litterpickers to anyone who wants to keep the Island tidy during lockdown.

A young Island sportsman recovering from a serious injury is looking to raise money for those who saved his life.

Police are asking people to make sure their homes and businesses are secure during lockdown.


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