By Richard Wright
SCOUTS are stepping into the breach to take advantage of the opportunities for young people left by the Isle of Wight Council’s reduction of support to youth organisations.
By David Newble
PASSENGERS on a Red Funnel ferry watched as a rescue craft was launched during their cross Solent journey to help a dinghy which had capsized in Southampton Water.
By A County Press reporter
HOMEOWNERS on the Isle of Wight will not be issued with bin collection timetables this year.
A PANEL, including the former head of Benenden girls public school in Kent, Claire Oulton, will oversee the appointment of permanent principals at Ryde Academy and Sandown Bay Academy.
A WOMAN was taken to hospital after falling unconscious on a yacht in the Solent this afternoon (Saturday).
RUGBY Southampton 0, Ventnor 10 VENTNOR put in another excellent team performance to win and keep a clean sheet against a strong Southampton side, who at home have been a force to be reckoned with.
ICE HOCKEY TWO young ice hockey stars, after months of gruelling trials, have made the South West Under-11s Conference squad.
A DISASTROUS last twenty five minutes saw East Cowes Vics thrashed at home by Fleet Spurs today (Saturday 24).
Round up of the weekend's football results.
PROPERTY OF THE WEEK I HAD just been listening to The Archers online before visiting Apse Manor Lodge. It was the perfect soundtrack as I parked up near the wonderful pitched-roof gateway linking the mews properties of which the Lodge is an appealing part.
LETTERS From Sam Turner, Sandown: Things may not be what they seem.
LETTERS From Charles Gange, Cowes: I do not know if readers are aware of this matter but I suggest before they deposit that letter or card into their local postbox they check out the collection times as I discovered to my annoyance over the Christmas period the Royal Mail has changed the collection times without any announcement or indication on the postboxes.
CHARLOTTE HOFTON Our MP has for some time been accompanied by an elephant in the room, that inconvenient beast which is all too visible but which nobody mentions.
Friday, January 23, 2015
Saturday, January 24, 2015
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