Dredger work continues to improve Bembridge Harbour
Work to improve Bembridge Harbour should be completed by the end of the week, according to owners.
Costa Coffee To Open In Ryde
New branch expected to open in July.
Isle of Wight company secures major supermarket contract
The owner of the Island's only fuel oil storage terminal has won a contract to supply unleaded petrol and diesel to Tesco's forecourt.
Mother raises awareness of brain injury charity during week of action
An Isle of Wight mother, whose son was given just a five per cent chance of surviving a serious brain injury, is hoping to help improve care for brain injured people on the Isle of Wight.
Two months of tree felling work underway at Firestone Copse
Two months of tree felling is getting underway at Firestone Copse at Havenstreet, as part of planned forest management work by the Forestry Commission.
"Serious weaknesses" at Wootton Community Primary School
Serious weaknesses have been found at Wootton Community Primary School by Ofsted inspectors, who have commented on the number of staff changes since the Island's education system became two-tier.
Wightlink Inspection Causes Further Delays
Wightlink's Yarmouth-Lymington service was further delayed yesterday(Wednesday) due to a spot inspection and generator trouble.
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Nun-chuck Assault In Ryde
Police on the Isle of Wight are investigating after a man was attacked with nun-chucks in Ryde.
Pub Fined After Noise Complaints
A pub landlady in Sandown has been fined £1,800 and ordered to pay almost £1,600 in costs after playing music too loud on several occasions in her pub.
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.