Vectis Wind Farm appeal withdrawn
After careful consideration, wind developers Infinergy have decided to withdraw the appeal for the five-turbine Vectis Wind Farm on the Isle of Wight, south of Wellow and Thorley.
Proposed new primary plans to take lessons outside the classroom
A new style of primary school, where 50% of school time would be spent outside the classroom, is being proposed for the Isle of Wight.
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.
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.
"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.
£500,000 Investment In Sandown Water Works
Southern Water is investing more than £500,000 on the Isle of Wight.
Wind Farm Exhibition
The Isle of Wight hosts an exhibition on plans for a new offshore windfarm.
Saturday Sports Results
Local football and ice hockey action.
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.
Bardon Vectis Asphalt Plans Approved
The decision was made by a planning officer under delegated powers yesterday (16 May)
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.
Inquest: Shanklin man found by dog walker
The body of a Shanklin man was found by a dog walker, an inquest opening has heard.
Crime doesn't pay as Hampshire Police seize £3.3m
Police have almost doubled the amount of money claimed back from criminals using the Proceeds of Crime Act in the past year, compared to the previous year.
Fire crews called to Albany prison
Fire crews have been called to Albany prison, after getting reports of smoke coming from the roof.
Blast Off Hopes For Newport Bar Manager In Lynx Space Competition
A Newport bar manager is preparing for the next stage of a competition that could see him win a trip to space.
Police Commissioner set to appoint assistant on the Isle of Wight
The search has begun for an Isle of Wight representative to work with Hampshire Police and Crime Commissioner Simon Hayes.
Channel Rowers Set To Raise Charity Cash
The all-women Wight Crew are preparing to leaver Dover in June.