By James Woolven
DOZENS of people spent the night in Appley Park, Ryde, to raise awareness of homelessness on the Isle of Wight.
By A County Press Reporter
THE Isle of Wight branch of debt charity Christians Against Poverty (CAP) has urged people to be more careful with their money leading up to Christmas.
By Richard Wright
MECHANICAL problems with Wightlink's catamaran coupled with Hovertravel's new hovercraft continuing to experience difficulties conjure a perfect storm for Isle of Wight cross-Solent travellers tomorrow (Monday).
POLICE are investigating a suspected arson attack on a campervan parked in an Isle of Wight residential road.
By Joanna Hunt
JOIN the Monster Academy and learn how to transform people into scary witches.
FUTSAL THE inaugural IW Walking Futsal tournament, hosted by the Island’s very own Arthritico Mad Ryde, was held on Sunday.
WIGHTLINK Raiders' ice hockey season is over, however, they have pledged to return in the future.
COWES Sports were the only Island side to claim all three points in the Sydenhams Wessex League this weekend.
Sydenhams Wessex League, Premier Division: Cowes Sports 3, Lymington Town 2, Newport 0, Fawley 0.
LETTERS From Iain McKie, Totland: I attended one of the “Be a Councillor” events at County Hall last week, as reported on by Charlotte Hofton (CP, 14-10-16).
LETTERS From Wendy Wardrop, Cowes: Despite serious opposition to Costa coming to Cowes, planning permission was rubber stamped, instead of being heard by the IW Council planning committee when elected councillors could have voiced the overwhelming local opinions.
LETTERS From T. White, Sandown: While most people have to tighten their belts in Sandown, the town council wants to waste money on the mayor’s chain (CP, 16-09-16).
Could you be a councillor? That was the question aimed at enticing “community-minded local residents” to sign up for a “Be a Councillor” event at County Hall this week.
Saturday, October 22, 2016
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