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FORT WALK IN SUMMER SUNSHINE

It is estimated over 1000 people enjoyed a summer sunshine paddle yesterday evening (Thursday) as low tide revealed a golden carpet of sand to St Helen’s...

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GCSE DELIGHT FOR ISLAND SCHOOLS

Ryde School is delighted that its students have secured another set of excellent results at GCSE this year. The overall results are very good: 47% of entries...

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3D FOSSILS GO WORLDWIDE

In May this year, scientists from the British Geological Survey (BGS) visited Dinosaur Isle and scanned each of the museum’s 30 ‘type’ fossils in 3D. Since...

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POST OFFICE PROPOSE YARMOUTH MOVE

The Post Office is proposing to move Yarmouth Post Office from its current location at Quay Street in Yarmouth, next door to Holdings newsagents to create one...

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BESTIVAL’S ART OF DRESSING UP

From its inception, Bestival’s all encompassing themes have fuelled the imagination of the thousands of festival-goers who have crossed the Solent to the Isle...

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RYDE CELEBRATES 125 YEARS

The rain cleared just in time yesterday (Saturday) for the 125th anniversary of Ryde Carnival, the oldest of its kind in the United Kingdom. The annual...

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RAGS TO RICHES FOR SOLENT HAWKS

They say one person’s rubbish is another person’s treasure – this is certainly true for The Solent Hawks Ice Hockey Team who have just signed up to the...

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TEARFUL MRI RESULTS FOR SOPHIE

Sophie Rolf, a beautiful, happy, larger than life little girl who, a few months before her 5th birthday, was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour...

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PM THANKS PRIMARY SCHOOLS

Youngsters at two Island schools will find a letter from Prime Minister, David Cameron waiting for them when they return to school after their summer break. ...

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