Scouts seek new county commissioner
Scouts on the Isle of Wight are looking for a new county commissioner.
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.
Osborne launches £1.65m Swiss Cottage project
The hidden world of Swiss Cottage at Osborne House will be revealed in a £1.65 million conservation project.
Flood warning issued
UPDATE: 06 Dec 13 06:37
A flood warning has been issued by the Environment Agency for Cowes, East Cowes, and Newport.
'Significant' aircraft winglet contract boost for GKN
Cowes-based GKN has won a 'significant' deal which will create and secure hundreds of high skilled, long term engineering jobs on the Isle of Wight and beyond.
"Smoking Radiator" Prompts Fire Call-Out
Fire crews attended a fire at a house in Cowes overnight.
Pain study underway at St Mary's Hospital
Medical experts from a top London college are visiting St Mary's Hospital on the Isle of Wight to launch a research project into chronic pain.
Festive changes to Isle of Wight rubbish collections
The Isle of Wight Council has announced changes to rubbish collections in the run up to the Christmas period and in the New Year.
Power cut in East Cowes
UPDATE: 25 Jun 13 19:04
Homes in East Cowes have been hit by a power cut this evening (Tuesday).
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.
Operation Elveden arrest on Isle of Wight ferry
A man and woman have been arrested under the Operation Elveden investigation.
Car Fire In Ryde
Isle of Wight firefighters and Police have been called to a car fire near Ashey Road, Ryde.
"Temporary Suspension" Of Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance
UPDATE: 12 Dec 13 15:49
Operator Bond Air Services says it's a precautionary measure - the helicopter is the type that crashed into a Glasgow city pub.
Carisbrooke College improving - Ofsted
Improvements made by Carisbrooke College have been recognised by Ofsted but its warned more still needs to be done.
Caution advised during fire strikes
Residents and businesses are being advised not to take unnecessary risks during the next round of fire strikes.
Ofsted: Isle of Wight our greatest challenge
The Isle of Wight has been described as Ofsted's greatest challenge.
New coastal path consultation welcomed
A new consultation on the Island's bid to be included in a national coastal footpath scheme has been welcomed by the Isle of Wight Ramblers.
Wightlink bosses meet commuters
Wightlink bosses met with around 200 commuters yesterday (Tuesday), as part of its first Meet the Managers event.
Enforcement action against council-run reablement services
Enforcement action has been taken against reablement services provided by the Isle of Wight Council.
Island Nurse's Book Reveals Lighter Side of A and E
You've Got A What In Your Where? was published last month.
Clarke Named Cricketer Of The Year
Fri, 13 December 2013 7:52AM
Australia Fight Back In Perth
Fri, 13 December 2013 7:48AM
Ireland Struggles On Brink Of Bailout
Fri, 13 December 2013 6:22AM
Martini Habit Would Make Bond 'Impotent Drunk'
Fri, 13 December 2013 4:09AM
Lea Michele On Grief Of Losing Cory Monteith
Fri, 13 December 2013 3:27AM
Syria Chemical Attacks Confirmed By Inspectors
Fri, 13 December 2013 2:58AM
Scraping By: 1.5m UK Pensioners In Food Poverty
Fri, 13 December 2013 2:54AM
Nelson Mandela To Be Given Tribal Farewell
Fri, 13 December 2013 2:34AM
NHS Fitness App Aims To Beat Obesity
Fri, 13 December 2013 2:32AM
Jack White And Karen Elson Finalise Divorce
Fri, 13 December 2013 2:21AM