Two months into this years’ Summer Anti-Social Behaviour Campaign, incidents of anti-social behaviour across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight are down 6.14 per cent compared to the same period last year.
Isle of Wight NHS Trust has appointed Karen Baker as its new Chief Executive Officer. Karen succeeds Kevin Flynn, who in April 2012 was appointed Deputy Chief Executive of NHS Wales, part of the Welsh Office.
Keith Taylor, Green MEP for South East England, has written to the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Eric Pickles MP, calling for a formal Environmental Statement to be prepared for the proposed asphalt plant at Medina Wharf in Cowes, Isle of Wight.
There’s been more success for a Ryde park run by the Isle of Wight Council. Appley Park has been awarded a prestigious Green Flag for the fifth consecutive year.
Major set back for Eco Island ambitions as Councillors refuse development of one of the Island’s only feasible wind energy sites. Tonight Isle of Wight Councillors refused planning consent for the Vectis Wind Farm proposal south of Wellow, turning the Eco Island Vision into a mirage.
As Island Pulse reported earlier this month, tonight, the Isle of Wight Council will decide on the proposed Vectis Wind Farm project.
Time is running out for members of the public to vote for their favourite of four designs celebrating the life of a famous Island resident, John Milne.
An Isle of Wight farmer has been praised for his efforts to help wildlife in this year’s RSPB Telegraph Nature of Farming Award. Michael Poland, of Wroxall Cross Farm, Ventnor, received the Highly Commended award in recognition for the exceptional conservation work he has done on his farm.