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But nestling beside the free range eggs in the welcome pack at our weekend cottage on the Isle of Wight was a packet of garlic popcorn.
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International performer, organist and singer Jon Smith, will be at the console of the Rex Cinema on Sunday, April 20. A professional musician for more than 25 years, John began giving public performances when he was just 11 years old and has played to audiences as far afield as Toronto and Barbados.
A two-year study, led by zoologist Dr Ben Rowson from the National Museum of Wales, has discovered eight new species of slug in the UK\n A two-year study, led by zoologist Dr Ben Rowson from the National Museum of Wales and his colleagues, Cardiff University's Bill Symondson and Roy Anderson of the Conchological Society, has discovered eight new ... (more)
EXPERT loan advice will be available from Isle of Wight Council help centres thanks to the Island's credit union - a move designed to stop people turning to loan sharks.
CONTROVERSIAL plans for a 40-house development in Arreton are being recommended for approval by Isle of Wight Council officers.
POLICE on the Isle of Wight are hunting for a man who allegedly walked into a Co-op Store in Ryde and tried to make off with a laptop computer.
FROM Easter Egg hunts and spring lambs to craft workshops, theatre shows and art exhibitions, there will be plenty to do on the Isle of Wight this weekend.
The Isle of Wight Board of Supervisors approved a county-wide property value reassessment earlier this year after postponing the biennial reassessment last year in an effort to save the county money.
FUNDING opportunities for businesses will be on the agenda at a meeting organised by Isle of Wight MP Andrew Turner and the Island Business Forum.
MORE than 95 per cent of Isle of Wight children have been offered a place at their parent's first choice of primary school.
The 41-year-old Wiltshire official, who originally hails from the Isle of Wight, will be joined by assistant referees Jake Collin and Mick McDonough.
Adie Butler, with the lump of palm oil found on an Isle of Wight beach. Picture courtesy of Helen Wood.
Officers from Hampshire showcased what they do in reducing road casualties and anti-social vehicle use, and tackling rural crime.
A SWIMATHON hosted by the Rotary Club of Salisbury on Saturday is expected to have raised more than A 10,000 for local causes.
Keep an eye on your plants, Hampton Roads residents, because the National Weather Service has issued a freeze warning Wednesday morning.