Çhebbyn çheet stiagh y farrys-feill y stiurey
Ta'n Rheynn Çhymmyltaght, Bee as Eirinys gra dy vel paart dy hebbyn formoil er nyn gur roish ec colughtyn dy stiurey farrys-feill yn Ellan.
Ta shoh ny lurg çhebbal liorish y rheynn-reiltys dy gheddyn obbreyder preevaadjagh noa son y farrys.
Ec y traa t'ayn, ta'n farrys feme cooney argidoil veih'n reiltys ta ny shlee na 1.3 millioon punt as ta aggle er ve ayn dy voddagh y farrys goll er jeigh.
Ayns fockley-magh, dooyrt y Rheynn dy vel kuse dy hebbyn er y voayrd, as dy vel ee jerkal pointeil obbreyder noa roish jerrey ny bleeaney.
Offers come in to run meat plant
The Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture says a number of formal bids have been submitted by firms to run the Island's meat plant.
It follows a tender process by the government department to identify a new private operator of the facility.
The site currently requires a goverment subvention in excess of £1.3 million and there have been fears the plant could close.
In a statement, DEFA announced there are several offers on the table and hopes to appoint a new operator by the end of this year.