News

More crime to be dealt with out of court

By a County Press reporter

CLEANING graffiti, apologising and fixing damage, are at the heart of plans to deal with low level crime, announced by Hampshire and Isle of Wight police and crime commissioner Simon Hayes.

Isle drink to that — hospice patients start whisky club

Isle drink to that — hospice patients start whisky club

By a County Press reporter

A PAIR of whisky-loving hospice patients have started their own club dedicated to their favourite tipple.

Co-op creates jobs with new store

By a County Press reporter

SOUTHERN Co-operative’s largest supermarket in the south is set to open on the Isle of Wight, creating 40 new jobs.

English Heritage identifies Isle of Wight buildings at risk

By Richard Wright

HISTORIC Yaverland Battery is among the Isle of Wight buildings that have been added to the latest English Heritage buildings at risk register.

Eco project under scrutiny

By Emily Pearce

COUNCIL involvement in an international environmental project could be scrapped after it was branded a 'waste of time' by some Isle of Wight councillors.

Sport

Could speedway make an early return?

Could speedway make an early return?

SPEEDWAY could be returning to the IW earlier than expected — if ambitious plans drawn up by a group of Islanders fans bears fruit.

Cowes smash six past mainlanders

COWES Sports smashed six goals past hapless Laverstock and Ford away from home today (Saturday) as they continues their impressive unbeaten run in Sydenhams Wessex League Division 1.

Bembridge cruise to cup glory against plucky AFC Wootton

FOOTBALL Bembridge 6, AFC Wootton 1
BEMBRIDGE won the first-ever Ryde and District Cup final in 1928 — and they did it again last Wednesday as they cruised to victory against a plucky AFC Wootton side, who play a division below them.

Football fixtures for October 18, 19, 21, 22

FOOTBALL FIXTURES SATURDAY
Sydenhams Wessex League, Premier Division: Newport 2, Hamworthy 1.

Features

Eric seeks answer to big puzzle

GARDENING ERIC Mitchell needs a hand solving a big puzzle — a monkey puzzle.

Level of business rates cannot be justified

LETTERSFrom David McKinley, Chale:
The difficulties faced by our high streets are not just the council parking charges that drive customers into the arms of the supermarkets with their free parking, or competition from on-line trading, though both have a marked effect.

Two faces of Tory party

LETTERS From Geoff Lumley, IW councillor for Newport East Ward:
Last week’s CP saw the division that exists between what I see as the rational and the irrational wings of the Island’s Conservative party at County Hall.

Hark forrard! The chase is on

By Charlotte Hofton

CHARLOTTE HOFTON TIME to stiffen the sinews, summon up the blood and let joy be unconfined. Fox hunting is on the agenda again. Isn’t that good news? How we’ve missed it.

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