By a County Press reporter
DUBSTEP pioneer Skream will host the Bollywood Bar at Bestival this year with club night Skreamizm.
By Emily Pearce
YARMOUTH'S new post office was officially opened on Friday — just next door to the old one.
By David Newble
A HOSPITAL ward on the Isle of Wight has been closed today (Monday) due to a suspected norovirus outbreak.
ISLE of Wight police investigating a burglary at the Sandown home of crash victim Kiri Jade Hodgkinson's grandfather have today (Monday) released an image of one of the stolen pieces of jewellery.
By Richard Wright
RED Funnel Ferries has thrown a lifeline to the Wight in Bloom competition.
FOOTBALL COWES Sports have begun their assault on the Sydenhams Wessex League Division 1’s top two, after two huge wins this week.
COWES Sports continued their fantastic form today (Saturday) as they defeated Fleet Spurs 4-0 in Sydenhams Wessex League Division 1.
SATURDAY – March 8
Sydenhams Wessex League, Premier Division: Newport 1, Whitchurch Utd 1.
DARTS duo Keegan Brown and Tony Broughton are to make their television debut today (Friday) as they throw for glory at the PDC UK Open.
WIGHT LIVING Has the death knell finally sounded for Undercliff Drive?
LETTERS From Dr Bruce Denness, Whitwell: While rehearsing his view of the 2007 withdrawal of £13 million in central government funding for a scheme aimed at resolving instabilities on Undercliff Drive, Paul Wilkinson opined “things might have been…different” had the proposed scheme gone ahead, leading the County Press to head its front page “Shelved scheme ‘could have saved Undercliff Drive” (CP, 28-02-14).
GARDENING WHAT would we British have to talk about if we lived in a more predictable climate?
THIS ISLAND LIFE Beware fellow Islanders, creatures of the night are moving among us and they show no mercy. They lurk in the shadows, licking their lips and sharpening their predatory instincts while going about their nefarious business.
THE VIEW FROM HERE For sociologists or semanticists, the world of the estate agent must represent the perfect case study. Wrap-ped in eternal optimism and ready to describe even the most tawdry hovel as “quirky”, these stalwarts of the property scene could provide enough material to fill a PhD thesis.
Monday, March 10, 2014
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