Pompey appoint Barker and Coppell
Former Crawley boss Richie Barker has been appointed Portsmouth's new manager, with Steve Coppell taking up the role of director of football.
Mark King's Level 42 announces full UK tour
Mark King's Level 42 have announced a full UK tour for autumn 2014, with 18 dates across the country culminating in a show at London's Royal Albert Hall in October.
Isle of Wight firm joins Prime Minister's China Trade Delegation
An Isle of Wight manufacturing business has joined the Prime Minister's trade delegation to China.
Power company boosts network ahead of winter weather
Contingency plans are being put in place to ensure the lights stay on across the Isle of Wight in the event of severe weather, according to Southern Electric Power Distribution.
Media launch for dinosaur app
Members of the national media are on the Island today (Wednesday) to celebrate a new dinosaur visitor experience.
Co-op shoppers support West Wight charities
Two West Wight charities have received a share of £30,000, thanks to Co-op shoppers.
Cyclists celebrate landmark anniversary
More than 70 people celebrated the tenth anniversary of the Cowes to Sandown cycle track on Saturday.
Standing ovation for inspirational Local Hero Sophie Rolf
UPDATE: 28 Jun 13 13:14
Totland youngster Sophie Rolf stole the show at the Isle of Wight Radio and Wightfibre Local Heroes Awards 2013, which also recognised eleven other truly deserving Islanders.
Dinosaur Island TV adverts to launch during prime time
TV adverts promoting Dinosaur Island as a holiday destination are launched in some parts of the country during prime time shows such as Coronation Street on Wednesday.
Tourists invited to 'walk with dinosaurs'
UPDATE: 19 Jun 13 17:27
A new dinosaur experience has been launched today, in a move to attract visitors from all over Britain to the Isle of Wight.
Equipment Failure Causes Red Funnel Delays
UPDATE: 11 Dec 13 08:12
Problems with Red Funnels navigation system has lead to cancellations on cross-Solent travel this morning.
Small Business Saturday declared a success for Island businesses
An initiative aimed at increasing business for local traders on the Isle of Wight in the run up to Christmas has been declared a success by those involved, with the Isle of Wight Council reporting shoppers flocking to the Island's towns and villages.
Four-car crash on dual carriageway
UPDATE: 10 Dec 13 18:06
Four vehicles have been involved in a road traffic collision on the dual carriageway tonight (Tuesday). UPDATE 18:05 Both lanes on Medina Way now reopened.
Evey's aunt and uncle tell of heartbreak in latest anti-drink drive video
The aunt and uncle of Evey Staley, who was killed after a drink drive crash last summer, have said they have been left heartbroken by her death.
MP supporting toy appeal
The Island's MP will donate the money he usually spends on sending Christmas cards to this year's official Isle of Wight Christmas Toy Appeal.
Elderly woman collapses in Ryde
UPDATE: 10 Dec 13 15:42
An elderly woman has suffered a head injury after collapsing in Ryde this morning (Tuesday).
Biffy Clyro to headline Isle of Wight Festival Friday
Biffy Clyro will headline Friday night at next year's Isle of Wight Festival.
Scouts seek new county commissioner
Scouts on the Isle of Wight are looking for a new county commissioner.
Broadway Centre plans recommended for refusal
Plans to demolish two historic Sandown buildings in favour of five houses and a new community centre have been recommended for refusal.
Anaerobic digestion plant proposals for Arreton to be discussed
Plans for an anaerobic digestion plant for Arreton should be given conditional permission, according to planning officers at the Isle of Wight Council.
Lloyds Fined £28m For Sales Incentive Scheme
Wed, 11 December 2013 9:49AM
Selfie Fury Or A Mass Sense Of Humour Failure?
Wed, 11 December 2013 9:27AM
Damien Hirst Works Of Art Stolen From Gallery
Wed, 11 December 2013 8:57AM
US Budget Deal Should Avoid New Shutdown
Wed, 11 December 2013 8:53AM
GM Pulls Plug On Australia Car Production
Wed, 11 December 2013 7:29AM
Heavy Fog Hits Flights And Ferries
Wed, 11 December 2013 6:55AM
Failings Uncovered At Baby-Deaths Hospital
Wed, 11 December 2013 4:33AM
Nelson Mandela's Coffin Goes On Public View
Wed, 11 December 2013 2:55AM
Uruguay Is First To Legalise Marijuana Trade
Wed, 11 December 2013 12:56AM
Ofsted: White Pupils 'Doing Worst At School'
Wed, 11 December 2013 12:41AM