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Airline tragedy continues as Isle of Wight couple told: still no sign of ‘missing’ luggage

see you on the other sideWhile the eyes of the world are turned towards finding Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, tension continues to mount for Mr & Mrs Nichols of Ventnor who, despite being in the second week of a package tour of the Algarve, are still without their wheeled-travel bags.

More than 20 nations have been asked to help search for the lost MH370 but as yet not one nation has offered assistance to find the Nichols’ fresh underwear, three bottles of ketchup and that ‘sexy something’ Mrs Nichols had a agreed to pack as a ‘holiday treat’.

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Posted: Mar 18th, 2014
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‘Our floppy disk is almost full’, admits Isle of Wight Security Agency

The Isle of Wight’s Head of Digital Strategy, Alfred Cooper, has admitted today that the Island’s homeland security may be compromised if, as looks possible, the disk on which top secret security information is stored reaches its 1.4Mb limit.

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Posted: Jan 21st, 2014
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‘Isle of Wight Skyscraper’ blamed for alleged milk-souring incident

cup of tea 'ruined'A pint of milk was ‘partially soured’ by the sun’s rays reflected from the Isle of Wight’s second tallest building near Ryde, yesterday.

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Posted: Sep 4th, 2013
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Maternity unit condemned as ‘institutionally sexist’

The management of the unit claimed that few men on the Isle chose to become pregnant and that the low number of male admissions was not in their control. However, the inspectors rejected this claim as irrelevant, adding that men were probably deterred by the thought of the reception they would get if they arrived at the unit claiming to be pregnant.

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Posted: Aug 22nd, 2013
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Queues to leave the Isle of Wight ‘normal’ say police

‘We demand British citizenship,’ said a placard waving Mrs Jacobs, from Ryde, as delays in and outbound lengthened to twenty minutes, with border guards announcing an inspection of spare tyre pressures.

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Posted: Aug 14th, 2013
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