A coroner will call on the Government to look at vehicle tyre age after one two decades old caused a coach crash that killed three people.
The family of Evey Staley have released this poignant statement after the ten year old's killer was given a ten year jail sentence today.
A driver who crashed into a car, killing a 10-year-old girl after spending the day drinking and smoking cannabis, was jailed for 10 years.
The parents of a woman who died in a car crash on the Isle of Wight on Friday have paid tribute to her.
Rachel Titley, 28, of St Saviours Road in Totland was driving a blue Daihatsu Quore westbound on the A3054 when it was in collision with a red Citroen Xsara heading in the opposite direction.
She was taken to hospital but died of her injuries.
Her parents John and Christine and family said: “Our unique Rachel. Special in every way. Loved by everyone whose life she touched.”
A 26-year-old man who was driving the Citroen was treated for his injuries and later discharged from hospital.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Sergeant Andy Lynch at the Road Death Investigation team on 101 quoting Operation Bach.
A woman reported missing from her home in Isle of Wight has been found alive this morning.
Helge Stringer, aged 76, went missing on Thursday 10th October at around 6.30pm.
She was found in the Alverstone area at 9.31am, after being spotted by a member of the public.
She is being taken to St Mary's Hospital by ambulance for medical treatment.
Police have released a CCTV image of a woman they want to speak to in connection with the fraudulent use of a bank card in Ryde on the Isle of Wight.
The card was used in August at the ATM by the Co-operative store in Anglesea Street, and at Barclays Bank.
A total of £1200 was withdrawn.
A fire on a hovercraft last night caused disruptions to the Hovertravel service this morning.
The hovercraft was docked at a terminal at Quay Road in Ryde, with emergency services attending the scene.
Passengers were already off of the boat by the time the fire was discovered.
There were no casualties.
The Wight Crew, a team of seven Isle of Wight women who completed a 27.6 mile rowing challenge in an effort to fundraise for charity, officially presented cheques for their chosen charities.
The Isle of Wight based charity the Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust received £15,000.
The team also raised another £15,000 for the charity that organised the row, Ahoy, who help young people from a disadvantaged background get involved in water based activities.
They raised the money over 9 months with the long row and a gala dinner.
The row took a total of 7 hours, rowing from Dover along the coast to Dymchurch and back.
The Wight Crew members are Dee Oswald, Rowan Middleton-Leal, Sam Hampton, Vicki Haworth, Caroline Death, Bonnie Williams and Jo Grindley.
Unlicensed music events, or illegal raves, have halved in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight since the police launched their operation in May this year.
During 2013, a total of 12 reported raves have taken place across the two counties, compared with 22 in 2012.
Operation Enigma, launched by Hampshire Constabulary, is a new way of dealing with unlicensed music events.
They have made sure that the gatherings do not happen in the first place, by visiting landowners and giving them advice on securing their properties.
Posting warning letters to the owners of vehicles going to rave sites has also helped prevent the events from happening.
Operation Enigma has also responded quickly to shutting the raves down, with police swiftly closing nine this year.
Video. An endurance swimmer from Hampshire has begun her swim around the Isle of Wight. This is the last swim for Anna Wardley, in her 150 mile Five Island Swim challenge.
She has already swum around the island of Dragonera off the coast of Majorca, Portsea Island in Portsmouth and Jersey. She abandoned her swim around Tiree, in Scotland because of hypothermia.
Earlier in the week, in Glasgow, the Lib Dem Education Minister David Laws announced plans to cut the cost of school uniforms.
He wants schools to stop using a single uniform supplier, so parents can shop around. Well that policy might be welcomed by a group of parents on the Isle of Wight currently involved in a row over uniforms.
It's after some children were removed from class for not wearing the right clothes. Their families say it's about cost - but the school - Carisbrooke College says it's clamping down as part of an overall policy to raise standards. Andrew Pate went to find out more
This footage comes from the RNLI lifeboat which was launched to rescue two men whose fishing boat was capsized in the Solent.
The Coastguard requested assistance this morning at 8.12am and the lifeboat crew from the Isle of Wight was launched.
Two men have been rescued after their fishing boat sank near Christchurch in Dorset.
Solent Coastguard received several calls at 8am this morning reporting a red distress flare west of the Needles lighthouse.
The Needles Coastguard Rescue Team reported that they could see a liferaft out to sea.
The RNLI Yarmouth lifeboat and rescue helicopter from Lee-on-Solent were launched and took the men back to shore by lifeboat.
It is thought they were out in their liferaft for at least two hours but they did not require any further medical attention.
– Matt West, Watch Manager at Solent Coastguard
It appears this fishing vessel suffered problems early this morning, and sank quickly. So much so that the two men on board didn’t have time to radio us for help.Luckily, they managed to get into their liferaft and take with them some red distress flares which meant they could raise the alarm.We always urge fishermen to make sure they’re well prepared when heading out to sea, with as much life saving equipment on board as possible.”