HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) confirmed that during extreme weather farmers in the South can use red diesel in their tractors to help grit and clear snow from public roads.
Isle of Wight Police are appealing for information after they were called to a public order incident in the High Street area of Shanklin Old Village around 1.00am on Saturday, December 1.
A new cookery competition championing Isle of Wight produce and aimed at discovering new young talent was launched this week (27th Nov) at Priory Bay Hotel to all secondary schools on the Island.
A new project aims to use archaeology, art and coastal heritage features to investigate long-term patterns of coastal climate change in order to better understand its processes. The Arch-Manche Project, led by the Hampshire & Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology
Hovertravel has teamed up with eco-friendly clothes brand, Rapanui, to offer customers a lunch time meal deal and 20% off Rapanui clothing when travelling on the hovercraft.
A piece of art work chosen by the public to celebrate the life of a famous Isle of Wight resident will be officially revealed on Monday 26th November.
Andrew Turner, the Island’s MP, is seeking a meeting with the Rt Hon Vince Cable MP, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, to discuss cross-Solent ferry services. This follows the recent announcement by Wightlink that overnight services on their three routes are to be axed.