Distinctive dragon stolen from Isle of Wight garden
At least two people would have been needed to move an ornamental dragon that has been stolen from an Isle of Wight property, according to police.
Sister joins charity for missing people after brother's death
Raising awareness of all missing people, whether they are children or adults, is the aim of a new charity, which is being supported by an Island woman with her own personal experience of the loss of a loved one.
Sandown Bay Academy improvement plan "not fit for purpose": Ofsted
UPDATE: 23 May 13 12:17
An improvement plan to raise standards at Sandown Bay Academy is not fit for purpose, according to Ofsted's first monitoring inspection since the school was placed in special measures.
Island fossils in 3D
Three-dimensional images of Dinosaur Isle's fossil collection will soon be available to a global audience.
Lottie to see her new space for the first time
Niton youngster Lottie Rann will get the first look at her new space on Saturday, having spent months in a mainland children's rehabilitation unit.
Crime doesn't pay as Hampshire Police seize £3.3m
Police have almost doubled the amount of money claimed back from criminals using the Proceeds of Crime Act in the past year, compared to the previous year.
Bus Fire In Ventnor
UPDATE: 04 May 13 10:07
Firefighters called to Albert Street.
Swimming's Out Till The Summer
Find out why swimming pools, squash courts and the Cafe at the Heights in Sandown are closing for six months.
"We Don't Need The Extreme 40s" Say Cowes Week Organisers
Isle of Wight Radio can confirm a popular event at Cowes Week has been scrapped for three years.
NatWest Business Branch Closes
The bank confirmed to Isle of Wight Radio last year it was scaling back its presence on the Island.
Pirate Steals Show At Chillerton Scarecrow Festival 2013
Chillerton couple Candice and Frank Quinton's "Pirates" scooped first prize in the third Scarecrow Festival.
Red Jet and yacht collide
A Red Jet and a yacht collided this afternoon (Friday) as the high-speed vessel was leaving Cowes for Southampton.
Council to hear child protection and education update
Raising the standards of child protection and education will be a top priority for the new-look Isle of Wight Council.
Volunteers to help tackle speeding motorists
Speeding motorists are being educated about the dangers of their actions by volunteers taking part in a police scheme on the Isle of Wight.
170 Years Of Pirates And Play At Blackgang Chine
The Isle of Wight’s oldest theme park is celebrating its 170th anniversary this bank holiday weekend.
Vases Not Balloons At Queen Victoria's Birthday Bash
Staff at Osborne House are celebrating what would have been the birthday of Queen Victoria.
Registrar service to move for festival
The Island's registrar service will move temporarily due to the Isle of Wight Festival.
New charity aims to support mental health service users on the Isle of Wight
Helping to support mental health service users is the aim of a newly established charity on the Isle of Wight.
Open verdict on Compton Cliff death
An open verdict has been recorded by Coroner Caroline Sumeray at the inquest into the death of a Dorset woman.
Top awards for Isle of Wight tourist attractions
Two Isle of Wight tourist attractions are celebrating after being given a prestigious award from travel website TripAdvisor.