Peter Kennaugh and Zoe Gillings-Brier scoop the top honours at the Isle of Man Sports Awards 2015.
The Isle of Man gifts £50,000 to international charities working to improve the lives of "thousands of vulnerable people" says the government.
Isle of Man sprinter Mark Cavendish has been confirmed for the RideLondon-Surrey Classic race on 2 August.
A maintenance project on the world's largest working water wheel in the Isle of Man is completed.
A "dragon" clock, designed and engineered by Isle of Man inventor John Taylor, is going on sale in China with a £3m price tag.
Building work is completed on a new multi-million pound custody block at the Isle of Man's police headquarters in Douglas.
Improvements are made to a public footpath on the Isle of Man to encourage more commuters to cycle to work.
Daily flights are to resume between Blackpool Airport and the Isle of Man and Belfast just months after it closed its commercial passenger operations.
Mark Cavendish: seven steps for success
Pickpockets feature in exhibition
The schedule for the 2015 Island Games in Jersey is announced with 100 days to go until the opening ceremony.
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