News

25 year road deal signed and sealed

The private finance deal that sees the Island's roads maintained for the next 25 years has been officially signed.

Garden wall demolished in collision

A car has completely demolished a garden wall in Ryde.

Fire crews’ long service rewarded

The dedication and commitment of the Isle of Wight's longest serving fire crews is being marked.

Police launch crackdown on domestic abuse

New measures to tackle domestic abuse are being launched by Hampshire Police and the Crown Prosecution Service.

Two cars collide in Newport

One person suffered arm injuries after a two car collision in Newport on Tuesday morning.

Flooding risk alert for the Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight residents are being warned about the possibility of localised flooding, as heavy rain and showers are predicted for the next 48 hours.

MP calls for ‘Honest’ Food Labelling

The Island's MP, Andrew Turner is encouraging Islanders to support 'Labelling Matters' the EU wide campaign on labelling foods with the method of farm production.

Melted roads to be repaired soon

Work to repair roads affected by hot weather conditions earlier this year will get underway over the next two weeks, according to the Isle of Wight Council.

Rob da Bank’s Music Club returns

Street dancing, DJ workshops, free orange squash - and a live Q&A with Rob da Bank and Isle of Wight Radio's Paul Topping - are on offer to young Islanders.

Cyclist injured in collision

Police are investigating a collision between a car and bicycle in Newport on Monday night.