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COWES Sports continued their fantastic form today as they defeated Fleet Spurs 4-0 in Sydenhams Wessex League Division 1. They opened up a quick two-goal lead through Nathan Lewis and Jordan Browne, and then extended through Jared Wetherick and skipper Craig Insley.
VENTNOR Town Council has been awarded A 95,000 by the Coastal Communities Fund, towards the new Ventnor Enterprise Centre at Salisbury Gardens.
ISLE OF WIGHT sailors have been leading the way in a record-breaking race in Antigua -The Royal Ocean Racing Club's RORC Caribbean 600.
COWES Sports have begun their assault on the Sydenhams Wessex League Division 1's top two, after two huge wins this week.
As anxious residents and the IW Council look for further signs of landslip along the Island's most beautiful road, it looks increasingly likely it could be abandoned as a through route along the south coast of the IW.
SCHOOLS across Wales including some in Gwent reported lower-than-expected grades when GCSE English language results were published this week, with one union warning "something is very wrong".
Photo of the Week: Aurora Borealis taken from Brogden Lane, Barnoldswick on Thursday 27th Feb 2014 during a solar storm - Aiden Wellock www.aurorars.org.uk - credit website He explained: "The aurora that night were viewable by the naked eye which I never thought I would see as far south as Barnoldswick.
The crest, created with the help of Garter College of Arms, in London, is the first to be officially designed for a cadet group in Hampshire and Isle of Wight.
The U.S. Small Business Administration will hold two free seminars Tuesday on how entrepreneurs can find financing to start their businesses.
Imagine Jim Hendrix at 70. Would he still be rocking the house? Here he is during his performance at the Isle of Wight Festival, August 1970.
WINCHESTER Army Cadets have raised A 1,000 for a memorial to remember the men and women who passed through the city's Morn Hill camps in World War One.
A state grant expected to be announced by Gov. Terry McAuliffe Monday will help a soybean processing facility expand operations in Isle of Wight County and break into a whole new international market.
Massive land cracks have, once again developed in southern UK, this time on the Isle of Wight.
THE NEW Island Free School will be built on the site of the old St Margaret's Primary School, Ventnor.
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Upmarket holiday lets business Blue Chip Holidays has appointed a new managing director, as it positions itself to embark upon a strategy to become a major national operator.