Regatta announced to celebrate Royal Yacht Squadron bicentenary
An international regatta will be held to mark the bicentenary of a Cowes yacht club in 2015.
"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.
Briggs Wins Sportsman Of The Year
Isle of Wight Cricketer Danny Briggs, who is currently playing for England, has been recognised for his contribution to local sport at a glittering award ceremony.
Cowes Week Sponsorship Deal Extended
Aberdeen Asset Management is to extend its sponsorship of Cowes Week until 2015.
Saturday Sports Results
Local football and ice hockey action.
Cyclists Welcome New Link
The new Newport cross town cycle link has been completed and officially opened.
Isle of Wight Athlete At World Championships
An Isle of Wight athlete is representing Britain in the World Athletic Championships today.
Olympic Torch Route Revealed
The route that the Olympic torch will follow when it arrives on the Isle of Wight has been revealed.
Danny Hopes For Another England Call Up
Island Cricketer Danny Briggs says he's hopeful for another England call up but is concentrating on a good season with Hampshire.
School Children Challenged To Invent A New Sport
Island school children are being asked to imagine what sport will look like in 2050.
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.
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.
Dredger work continues to improve Bembridge Harbour
Work to improve Bembridge Harbour should be completed by the end of the week, according to owners.
'Landmark victory' for Fire Brigades Union over Surrey transfer of staff
The Fire Brigades Union has claimed a "landmark victory" for its members after the Isle of Wight's emergency control service was transferred to a mainland authority.
Measles vaccine letters sent to Isle of Wight parents
Parents on the Isle of Wight are being sent letters to remind them about the importance of the measles vaccine.
Sea water plant planned for Sandown
Southern Water plans to build a plant in Sandown to turn sea water into drinking water.
Organisers hail amazing Race for Life runners
Organisers of this year's 'amazing' Race for Life have said a heart-felt thank you to everyone involved.
More than 2,000 homes hit by power cut
Around 2,200 homes in Binstead and Wootton have been affected by a power cut this morning (Monday).
Transition to new Cowes Enterprise College building begins in September
The transition period for the move to the new building at Cowes Enterprise College will begin in September, according to the new Chair of the Governing Body Rachael Fidler.
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.