A man armed with a metal bar has robbed a convenience shop on the Isle of Wight.
The man stole cash and smashed a display stand at around 10:20pm on Monday at the Welcome Store in Avenue Road, Sandown.
The shop assistants were left shaken and the man made off on foot in the direction of the Tap Pub.
New wave rockers The Cure and dance act Major Lazer have been announced as headliners for Bestival.
As well as the Boys Don't Cry singers, other acts added to the line-up for the last major festival of the summer, held in September on the Isle of Wight, include Hot Chip, Animal Collective, Bastille, The Human League, Wolf Alice and Kitty, Daisy and Lewis.
And the event, famous for its fancy dress parade, has announced the future as its theme.
"Prepare yourselves for a Bestival unlike any other with futuristic new stages, and as ever it's a broad church of music from every decade and every genre. Saturday night headliners and one of my favourite bands ever, The Cure, played Bestival five years ago and almost had to be dragged off stage after a three-hour mammoth greatest hits set.
"Robert Smith popped down last year and we shook hands on it all happening again - bring it on."
Robert Stigwood, the former manager of the Bee Gees and who, until recently, lived on the Isle of Wight, has died.
His death was announced on Facebook by his godson Spencer Gibb, son of the late Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb.
As well as managing bands he also produced films such as Grease and Saturday Night Fever.
He recently sold Barton Manor Estate on the Isle of Wight which he had spent considerable time and money restoring.
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The Isle of Wight is well-known for its festivals, but now it's been officially recognised at a national awards ceremony.
Bestival has been named as best major festival at this year's UK Festival awards.
The Isle of Wight Festival has picked up Best Headliner and Best Family Festival accolades.
"Oh crikey, Bestival HQ is in a psychedelic hangover fug today as news sinks in of our win last night at the Festival Awards. To win Best Major Festival in 2015 is testament to our incredibly faithful Bestivalites who come back year in year out, but also the likes of Missy, the Chems and Duran Duran for lighting up the skies, and mostly our tirelessly devoted staff and crew who make it all come together. This awards for all you guys…my mantelpiece is full already!"
The Isle of Wight Council is trying to persuade local businesses to contribute financially towards promoting the island as a holiday destination.
It follows an announcement from the authority last week, announcing that it was stopping its grant of £330,000 to the 'Visit Isle of Wight consortium', in a bid to save taxpayers' money.
The news is a bitter blow to an industry which is reeling from the loss of two of its longest running attractions - the Fort Victoria Aquarium and the Seaview Wildlife Encounter both closed down two weeks ago. Dave Russell has our report.
The interviewees are: David Thornton, CEO of Visit Isle of Wight; and Cllr Jonathan Bacon, Isle of Wight Council Leader.
The Isle of Wight has some of most spectacular scenery in the country, and almost 10 per cent of it is in the hands of the National Trust. The National Trust owns around 5,000 acres of land on the island - and now it's bought a little bit more. Emma WIlkinson reports.
A motorcyclist who was killed in a crash on the Isle of Wight has been named as 21-year-old Reese Mitchell. He collided with a car on Military Road on Sunday afternoon.
Reese grew up on the Island and worked as a scaffolder for a local company. Reese was the only child of Richard and Tracey Mitchell.
"Reese will be sadly missed by us and our extended family and the many friends that he had".
Gary Lineker has announced that his mother, who lived on the Isle of Wight, has died.
He broke the news on Twitter having previously had to cancel a recording of Match of the Day to travel to the island when his mother was taken ill.
A new image has been released which shows the extensive damaged caused to an Isle of Wight school during an arson attack last month.
Emergency crews were called to the Island Learning Centre, at Berry Hill, Lake, near Sandown on the Isle of Wight on July 17 after a school minibus caught fire, which spread to the school.
A 16-year-old boy from the Isle of Wight was arrested on Friday, July 17, on suspicion of arson and was bailed until October 16, 2015 pending further enquiries.
Detectives would still like to hear from anyone who may have witnessed the fire, or who saw anyone acting suspiciously in the area, between 11.30pm on Thursday, July 16 and 12.15am on Friday, July 17.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Eastern Investigation Team on 101 quoting 44150244876 or call the Crimestoppers charity anonymously on 0800 555 111.