Radio Scilly & This Is Scilly News - Wednesday 20th March

The Isles of Scilly Steamship Group is looking at “all possible options” for a new ship for the islands. Five Islands Academy Headteacher, Jo Yeates, has said she is ”so proud” of pupils after they took part in a global march to protest the way politicians tackle climate change. The Chairman of the Council of the Isles of Scilly, Robert Francis, has said that the islands are "way behind with the public realm".

Radio Scilly & This Is Scilly News - Monday 18th March

Students from the Isles of Scilly gave a rousing voice to their fears for the future on Friday as they joined a global protest calling for more action on climate change. The Mali Rose finally made it to the islands with a full cargo of freight yesterday after Storm Gareth played havoc with deliveries for a week. Police on the Isles of Scilly have warned that parking restrictions on St Mary's will now be enforced. The Woolpack Wanderers picked up a rare win in the World’s Smallest Football League with a 4-1 victory over the Garrison Gunners.

Radio Scilly & This Is Scilly News - Wednesday 13th March

A group of volunteers who came to Scilly to help clean our beaches ended up removing 3 and a half tonnes of rubbish. Scilly’s MP, Derek Thomas, voted in favour of the Prime Minister’s deal in last night’s crucial meaningful vote. A coastguard helicopter flew a woman from Scilly to hospital on the mainland yesterday. The air ambulance was unable to attend due to the poor weather. Shipbuilding Union GMB has accused MP Geoffrey Cox of “dereliction of duty” for allowing the Appledore shipyard to close on his watch.

Radio Scilly & This Is Scilly News - Tuesday 12th March

A Yellow weather warning is in effect for large parts of the country including the Isles of Scilly as Storm Gareth moves in. GO-EV’s week-long drop-in sessions are taking place this week at the Porthmellon Enterprise Centre. The Locals' Discovery Days initiative starts tomorrow. The Museum on St Mary's is the first attraction to open its doors to the public and will be open free of charge from 2:30pm until 4pm tomorrow.