Inquest opens into death of man at Alum Bay
The inquest has opened into the death of a man whose body was found at the foot of cliffs at Alum Bay on Wednesday.
Kayak Search Costs Coastguard £1000's
A Kayak, abandoned after a beach hut burglary, prompted an extensive search costing the Coastguard thousands of pounds.
MAIB Report Published Into Yachtsman's Death
Calls for use of dummies during man overboard training and the need to nominate a replacement for an incapacitated skipper.
Pre-School Ball Raises Thousands For Move
A masquerade ball and auction has raised well over £5000 towards Gurnard Pre-School's relocation fund.
Tiddlers go for a toddle
On 19th May 2012 Ryde Inshore Rescue will be holding the first of two Giant Toddle’s for 2012.
Three Rescued From Capsized Catamaran
Three people have been rescued from an upturned catamaran off Sandown.
Aviation Day Remembers Local Pilot
Local Artist Ivan Berryman will be launching a new limited edition print commemorating the aircraft and crews of the Berlin Airlift in 1948.
Mother and Daughters In Yacht Rescue
Cowes RNLI has come to the rescue of a mother and her two young daughters after an ocean yacht went firmly aground near the mouth of Southampton Water.
Free Art To Be Found
Island art hunters can get their hands on some free art today if they get to it first.
TWO RESCUED AFTER FISHING VESSEL SINKS
At 2.43 pm, Solent Coastguard received a mayday call from the skipper of a Portsmouth registered fishing vessel reporting that they were taking water and sinking.
Family pay tribute to "bubbly" Daniel
The family of Daniel Dwight have paid tribute to the 29-year-old, who died last week at Alum Bay.
Sandown Bay Academy improvement plan "not fit for purpose": Ofsted
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.
New role for the Island's police chief inspector
A senior police officer on the Island is to take up a new role as detective chief inspector for the Professional Standards Department (PSD) based at Winchester.
New free school plan approved
Plans to build a new free school on the Isle of Wight have been given approval by the Department for Education.
College staff changes inevitable - assistant principal
Staff changes at the Isle of Wight College are inevitable following a cut in funding, according to its assistant principal.
Bank holiday healthcare advice issued
The Island's NHS Trust has advised residents about making healthcare arrangements ahead of the bank holiday weekend.
Bucketful of awards for Isle of Wight beaches
The Isle of Wight's beaches have won the highest number of awards in the country from the Keep Britain Tidy Group.
Hampshire Police to sell £9.2m building in HQ downsize
A £9.2m building bought as a new headquarters for Hampshire and Isle of Wight police is to be sold, along with the force's current HQ site in Winchester.
Eurovia working with Bardon Vectis parent company on materials for Highways PFI
Island Roads, the company in charge of the Isle of Wight Highways PFI programme, has revealed that it is already working with Bardon Vectis' parent company on fulfilling the contract.