Arts and Entertainment Red Hot Chili Peppers are headlining the Isle of Wight Festival 2014

The US rockers will join Calvin Harris and Biffy Clyro at the top of the bill

Surrey Police said the coach, which was travelling at full capacity, careered off the road and made ‘significant impact with a tree’.

Bestival benefit gig to be held in Liverpool for victims of A3 bus crash

Bestival organisers are to hold a benefit concert in honour of those killed and injured in a bus crash as they returned from the Isle of Wight music festival last year.

Travel in 2013: Holidays for stay-at-homes

Anniversary celebrations continue until autumn in East Anglia to mark the birth of composer Benjamin Britten on 22 November 1913 (britten aldeburgh.co.uk).

Kenneth Kendall: Much-loved newsreader who became the first to be seen on screen

When, on 4 September 1955, Kenneth Kendall became the first newscaster to appear on a British television screen in the flesh, it was the culmination of years of debate at the BBC – at first over whether it was right to broadcast news on television at all, and then whether images of any kind might distort the message.

Newsreader and Treasure Hunt presenter Kenneth Kendall dies aged 88

Newsreader Kenneth Kendall, known to many for his role Treasure Hunt, has died aged 88.

Hampshire police commissioner voters unlikely to find out if Conservative candidate Michael Mates committed electoral fraud until after election

Voters in Hampshire will almost certainly have to wait until after this week’s police commissioner elections to find out whether the high-profile Conservative candidate for the post will face action over claims that he committed electoral fraud to enter the contest.

Coastal towns battered by floods

High tides and strong winds have brought flooding to towns in the south-west as more warnings are issued to coastal areas.

Girl, 10, dies after Isle of Wight car crash

A 10-year-old girl who was left fighting for her life after she and her parents were involved in a car crash has died.

Duke of Edinburgh in hospital for fourth day as he continues treatment for bladder infection

The Duke of Edinburgh remained in hospital for a fourth day today as he continues his treatment for a bladder infection.

UK's Public libraries are expected to close or open for a total of 150,000 fewer hours this year

Revealed: the full cost of the cull of public libraries

More than 150 libraries have been closed or put into the hands of volunteers in the past year owing to the Government spending squeeze, with a further 225 at risk as councils look for ways of finding savings, according to research released last night.

14-year-old boy dies after falling from boat driven by his father and being hit by propellor

A teenage boy has died after he fell from a boat driven by his father and was apparently hit by its propeller, police said today.

The Saturday Quiz answers

1. Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood.

The Saturday Quiz

1. Which duo ran a shop called SEX in London's King's Road?

Government responds to 'no strategy' claims in missing migrants row

The Government today insisted it had clear strategy to identify and remove people who fail to leave the UK when their visas run out, despite a damning report which revealed that the Home Office has no idea where 150,000 potential migrants are.

Isle of Wight Festival promoter 'sorry' for chaos

The promoter of the Isle of Wight Festival has apologised for the chaos caused by heavy rains at the start of the event and promised that lessons would be learned for future years.

High tide: Hebden Bridge under water yesterday

Flood havoc in North and there's more to come

The clean-up starts as public urged to stay vigilant and the Met Office warns of further heavy rainfall

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