By A County Press reporter
A WOMAN who died following a crash in Carisbrooke on Sunday, has been named by police as Joan Twine of Newport.
By Ross Findon
VIDEOWHAT could be the first sighting of White-beaked Dolphins in Isle of Wight waters has been made by a group of friends fishing off the Needles.
By Sara Bryce
A CAMPAIGN calling for pioneering Isle of Wight photographer Julia Margaret Cameron to appear on the £20 note has been launched.
RHYTHMTREE has announced the legendary Kid Creole and the Coconuts will headline this year's event.
UPDATED 21:11*ISLE of Wight Fire and Rescue crews were working to free a person trapped in a car following a crash on Yarmouth Road tonight (Friday).
GOLF ALMOST 50 members of Newport Golf Club competed for another trophy last weekend — the Keith Whitcombe Rosebowl.
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.
CROSSFIT IT IS a worldwide fitness craze with a competitive edge and now the Isle of Wight is getting involved.
GYMNASTICSGYMNASTICS star Jack Humphray is continuing to impress in competition — beating the men at their own game.
LETTERSFrom Mike Starke, Chale Green, past president, Newport Rotary Club: IRONIC, in light of the report of the demise of Newport Rotary Club (CP, 22-05-15) that the IW County Press of July14, 1923, reported there was some doubt as to whether Newport was large enough to support the formation of a Rotary club.
LETTERS From Paul Herbert, service director, Island Roads, Newport: I welcome the recent comments of Cllr Phil Jordan in reminding residents it is not possible to undertake such a major upgrade of the Island’s highway network as we are seeing through the Highways PFI, without causing some disruption.
LETTERS From James Wilson, Carisbrooke: I would like to draw your readers attention to an incident that occurred in the car park of Marks and Spencer’s last Friday afternoon (May 22).
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.
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