Radio Scilly & This Is Scilly News - Thursday 23rd May

The polls have opened for islanders to vote in the European and Council elections. The Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust has said it is “incredibly grateful” for the support of residents and visitors after the recent damage to a noticeboard at the quay. Pupils at Five Islands Academy are to decorate the new fencing at the site of the old secondary school.

Radio Scilly & This Is Scilly News - Wednesday 22nd May

The Isles of Scilly Steamship Group welcomed its 4 and a half millionth ferry passenger aboard the Scillonian III yesterday. Crime author Kate Rhodes has described the inaugural Creative Scilly Festival as "absolutely brilliant". A team of kayakers from the UK’s leading marine charity have spent the last four days on Scilly for the sixth annual Sea Kayak Challenge.

Radio Scilly & This Is Scilly News - Monday 20th May

The bollard lighting in front of the Five Islands Academy and Wellbeing Centre has been destroyed in what the Council described as a "serious act of vandalism". Two islanders who appear in a More4 documentary series have said they felt "proud' to be a part of it.The Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust has spoken out after discovering that people are starting fires within the grounds of the old church on St Helen’s.

Radio Scilly & This Is Scilly News - Friday 17th May

The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, RSPB, is calling on members of the public to help them save one of Scilly’s most iconic animals. The Isles of Scilly Steamship Company’s inter islands freight vessel the Lyonesse Lady will be out of service for approximately 10 days, from this coming Monday the  20th May due to technical faults. Islands' Partnership has urged islanders involved in food, drink or local produce to get involved in the month-long programme of events. 

Radio Scilly & This Is Scilly News - Wednesday 15th May

Robert Francis has been re-elected as Chairman of the Isles of Scilly Council for the coming year. Five new audiobooks set on the Isles of Scilly launched yesterday as part of the Creative Scilly Festival. The Isles of Scilly's cancer support group has said it is “incredibly grateful” after a Councillor pledged more than £100 of his own money towards its funding.

Radio Scilly & This Is Scilly News - Monday 13th May

Police on the Isles of Scilly have advised islanders against leaving their keys in parked cars after a third vehicle was taken without consent in as many months. Members will vote on a Chair and Vice-Chair of the islands' Council at tomorrow’s meeting. The recent cultural symposium organised by the Islands' Partnership has been described as "really inspiring and productive". 

Radio Scilly & This Is Scilly News - Thursday 9th May

The chairman of the Cornish Pilot Gig Association has suggested that the World Pilot Gig Championships will become a more elite competition in the future. Isles of Scilly Pharmacy and Medical Services have said they want to ”reinforce and reiterate” advice after fresh cases of diarrhoea and vomiting have been reported on the islands. The Isles of Scilly’s 2018 official Visitor Survey has revealed a growing desire among holidaymakers to book online.

Radio Scilly & This Is Scilly News - Tuesday 7th May

The Isles of Scilly’s 2018 official visitor survey has revealed a growing trend for short breaks to the islands, particularly in the shoulder months and by first-time visitors. The Cornish Pilot Gig Association's heritage project attracted hundreds of visitors over the World Pilot Gig Championships weekend. Islanders wishing to vote in the upcoming Council and EU elections must have registered to vote by the end of today. 

Radio Scilly & This Is Scilly News - Friday 3rd May

Scilly's former Police Sergeant Colin Taylor has been criticised for his handling of the death of Josh Clayton. The Island Haven will start its official fundraising during the World Pilot Gig Championships this weekend. A gig crew made up of RNLI volunteers and supporters is taking to the water in the 30th annual World Pilot Gig Championships this weekend. 

Radio Scilly & This Is Scilly News - Thursday 2nd May

The Isles of Scilly Steamship Group has announced the Gry Maritha will return to scheduled service on Monday, May 13th. A record 170 gigs are expected to take part in the 30th annual World Pilot Gig Championships this weekend. The Cornish Pilot Gig Association’s Pulling Together The Past heritage project will be coming over to the islands and the team behind the project will be putting on a very special display entitled 30 years of Blood, Sweat and Beers at the Town Hall on St Mary’s. The Bishop & Wolf will hopefully open this afternoon, according to Manager Neil Moorton.

Radio Scilly & This Is Scilly News - Wednesday 1st May

St Mary's residents used up to 29% less water in late winter and early spring 2019 than at the same time last year. A new TV show is looking for anyone making a major move from the mainland to the Isles of Scilly. Islanders and visitors are invited to join children from Five Islands Academy for the annual celebration of May Day this afternoon.

Radio Scilly & This Is Scilly News - Friday 26th April

The Council of the Isles of Scilly has appointed a childcare provider to run the new nursery facility at Carn Gwaval Wellbeing Centre. Two Scilly friends running in the London Marathon have said they are excited but extremely nervous ahead of Sunday’s race. A yellow weather warning has been issued by the Met Office for tonight and tomorrow, with potential for strong winds and rain.