By Emily Pearce
THOUSANDS of people who fear budget cuts are killing our beautiful Island, and have watched with horror as vital services for our most vulnerable people are slashed to the bone, have taken a stand and pledged to Fight for the Wight.
THORNTONS chocolate shop and coffee shop, in Newport, is closing.
Emergency services were called to a crash involving four vehicles this afternoon (Thursday).
By A County Press Reporter
AN APPEAL has been launched to help restore the PLUTO Pavilion in Sandown, and the facility will soon be featured on television.
By Joanna Hunt
HSS Traffic Management, based in Ryde, has been boosted by new accreditation.
FootballHONOURS were shared following the conclusion of the Youth Trophy Tournament on Sunday.
WIGHTLINK Raiders' ice hockey season is over, however, they have pledged to return in the future.
FUTSAL THE inaugural IW Walking Futsal tournament, hosted by the Island’s very own Arthritico Mad Ryde, was held on Sunday.
LETTERSAfter shopping in Sainsbury’s last Thursday, I loaded my car and drove off leaving behind my handbag hanging on the shopping trolley.
LETTERS Winter is approaching and older Island residents will soon be receiving their winter fuel payments.
LETTERS From R. Hall, East Cowes: Re the article on the 40th anniversary of Medina Marching Band (CP, Weekender 21-10-16).
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.
Thursday, October 27, 2016
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