Police investigation into offensive Facebook page continues

Kiri Jade Hodgkinson

Police say that gossip or rumours about what has happened makes it more difficult for detectives to find out all the facts as quickly as possible.

Thursday, 6th February, 2014 12:49pm

By Sally Perry

Police confirm investigation into offensive Facebook page set up following death of teenager

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An investigation into the offensive Facebook page set up following the death of Isle of Wight teenager is underway and police appeal for further information.

Tuesday, 7th January, 2014 1:59pm

By Hampshire Constabulary with 5 readers' comments

How to get help for cyber bullying

Bullying is bullying:

A film has been produced by two Isle of Wight students to raise awareness of cyber bullying and how to access advice and guidance as part of national Anti Bullying Week (ABW).

Thursday, 14th November, 2013 12:47pm

By IW Council Press Office with one comment

Newport resident, Lily Strugnell, may be the oldest person on Facebook

Lily Strugnell 109 today

109 year old Lily proves that age is no barrier to embracing technology.

Tuesday, 6th August, 2013 10:36am

By Sally Perry with 6 readers' comments

The Power Of The VB Network Brings Great Results

The Power Of The VB Network Brings Great Results

Found phone appeal this morning gets positive results in just over ten minutes!

Thursday, 14th June, 2012 11:39am

By Sally Perry with one comment

Friends of Beaulieu House Join Facebook

Friends of Beaulieu House Join Facebook

New Facebook presence for the Friends of Beaulieu House

Monday, 30th April, 2012 11:03am

By Sally Perry

Isle of Wight ADHD Support Group Joins Facebook

Isle of Wight ADHD Support Group Joins Facebook

A new ADHD Support group for the Island have set up a group on Facebook. Pop over to ADHD Support Isle of Wight to find out more.

Tuesday, 24th April, 2012 3:59pm

By A Roving Reporter

Beware of Facebook ‘Free iPad’ Hijack Trick

Beware of Facebook ‘Free iPad’ Hijack Trick

Don't fall for the current scam offering free iPads and asking you to enter your Facebook password. It's just a way for scammers to gain access to your account and send messages to all your contacts.

Wednesday, 21st March, 2012 10:07am

By Sally Perry