Monday, March 27, 2017
VIDEOARMED with just a phone and a bus ticket, Isle of Wight musician Swan Levitt has created a video that shows some of the Island best loved - and not so loved - sights.
USING art to hide eyesores in Sandown and as part of a new arts trail to attract tourists to the town, is the mission of urban street artist Tony Trowbridge.
AROUND 2,000 people in Binstead and Ryde were without power this afternoon (Monday), following a fault on the line.
A TOP job has been axed after the Isle of Wight NHS Trust announced it was restructuring its board of directors.
NEW studies will help to map out future coastal erosion around the Isle of Wight and explore what flood defences may be needed.
ISLANDERS got together on Red Nose Day to do something funny for money.
CUSTOMERS can expect a better rail experience, according to the company that has taken over Island Line.
Sunday, March 26, 2017
THREE men have been arrested on suspicion of drugs offences after they were involved in a boat crash in Cowes Harbour today.
SIXTEEN-year-old Pipi–Lotta Kulla has started a fundraising drive to pursue her passion for the environment in one of the last wildernesses.
THREE people were taken to hospital this morning after a fishing vessel collided with the breakwater in Cowes Harbour.
A WEST Wight man who got himself wedged among rocks on an Isle of Wight beach was rescued by firefighters this afternoon.
IT TOOK a mammoth effort to help Gurnard Pre-School settle in two prehistoric newcomers.
A FIRE which gutted a car at a Sandown caravan park last night (Saturday) is being treated by the police as an arson attack.
CONCERNS too many houses are built have prompted a review of the Island’s planning strategy.
Saturday, March 25, 2017
POLICE on the Isle of Wight are appealing for two witnesses who saw someone driving dangerously through Ventnor this week.
EMERGENCY services on both sides of the Solent were called out during the early hours of this morning following a report a ferry passenger heading for the Isle of Wight fell overboard.
THE SHANKLIN branch of the Isle of Wight Foodbank will be closing next week.
AS WINTER fades and makes way for spring, things are getting busy on the Isle of Wight this weekend — there’s art, chocolate, dancing, and horse racing, plus plenty of ways to celebrate Mother’s Day.
A NEW company has been set up that hopes to purchase the lease for Ryde Arena, in order to put the ice rink back in the hands of the community.
Friday, March 24, 2017
A COMMUNITY clean-up will take place in East Cowes tomorrow (Saturday).
Thursday, March 23, 2017
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