By Emily Pearce
TEACHERS’ unions have criticised plans to scrap 11 jobs at Sandown Bay Academy but school bosses say cuts must be made.
By Jon Moreno
THE unmistakable smell of two-stroke will fill the air when thousands of scooterists descend on the Isle of Wight this weekend.
By Sara Bryce
A DAY of family fun and live music will raise money for two charities tomorrow (Sunday).
By Ross Findon
UPDATED 08:35*AN Isle of Wight ferry has been involved in a collision with a yacht this afternoon (Friday), leading to disruption for travellers.
SOPHIE Rolf will be at Marks and Spencer tomorrow (Saturday) to raise money towards her first £10,000 target for children’s hospice care at the Earl Mountbatten Hospice.
Isle of Wight Festival Creative Arts
SAILING OPTIMIST star Haydn Sewell has a national trophy to add to his collection after winning the Davey Cup for top junior boy at the Volvo Gill Optimist Inland Championships at Grafham.
SID McLaren led a swimming pool medal bonanza at the World Island Youth Games in Corsica.
SURFING SANDOWN teacher Matt Harwood taught most of the the opposition a lesson at the English National Surfing Championships in Watergate Bay, Cornwall, earlier this month.
BADMINTON VECTIS Badminton Club are celebrating after winning a unique treble.
WIGHT LIVING TWENTY years ago, Matt Reed’s life began a remarkable transformation.
GARDENING “WEEDS are just plants growing in the wrong place” is an adage borne of the pragmatic gardener.
PROPERTY OF THE WEEKDOWN by the riverside — or rather Wootton’s creekside — is a fantastic rarity of a property with the ultimate bonus for boat owners —the ability to take to the water from their own waterside frontage.
THIS ISLAND LIFE THE election of a new IW Council earlier this month had its moments. There was the occasional hissy fit, a pleasing amount of indignant posturing and a few discreet hernias sustained by those candidates attempting to straddle the increasingly wide political divide before eventually lurching from one side to the other.
THE VIEW FROM HERE IT'S the modern-day twist on the traditional servant problem but no less tiresome. And, unsurprisingly, it features the cook.
Friday, May 24, 2013
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