By Ross Findon
A WOMAN involved in a crash on Clatterford Road, Carisbrooke, on Sunday, has died according to Isle of Wight Police.
By A County Press reporter
BESTIVAL has added top UK rappers Skepta and Wiley and drum and bass legends Roni Size & Reprazent to the bill.
MULTI-MILLION pound plans to transform East Cowes, including a new Red Funnel terminal, are coming under public scrutiny today (Thursday).
PEOPLE are being encouraged to contact the Isle of Wight Council by phone or email, rather than in person, to ease the pressure on customer service staff and ensure the authority can respond as efficiently as possible.
By Emily Pearce
ROCK the Cowes Bars is back, with a host of top Isle of Wight bands playing the town’s pubs tonight(Thursday).
CROSSFIT IT IS a worldwide fitness craze with a competitive edge and now the Isle of Wight is getting involved.
SPEEDWAYMORE than 100 people attended the Island Speedway Fans’ Forum in Ryde last week to hear about plans for the sport’s future at Smallbrook.
GYMNASTICSGYMNASTICS star Jack Humphray is continuing to impress in competition — beating the men at their own game.
ATHLETICS TRIATHLETES in training for the Island Games next month had the best possible preparation by winning a clutch of trophies at the Shaftesbury Triathlon last weekend.
PROPERTY OF THE WEEK With its quirky split-level interior and beautiful, peaceful gardens encircled by trees and shrubs, an 18th century home is a delightful laid-back little kingdom close to the sea.
LETTERS From John H. White, Totland: With regard to recent correspondence (CP, 08/15-05-15) regarding black adders; there are two winding tributaries of the River Tweed in the Scottish Borders known as the White Adder and the Black Adder.
LETTERS From Sara Weech, Earl Mountbatten Hospice chair of trustees, St Helens: It was such an amazing privilege to be part of Walk the Wight this year for so many reasons.
CHARLOTTE HOFTON AFTER this week’s Chelsea Flower Show, there can be few gardeners who haven’t vowed to transform their own little patch into a bower of loveliness.
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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