Fundraisers from different organisations across the Isle of Wight, have come together to organise a special one off auction in aid of Lottie Rann, the little girl from Niton who was struck down by Meningitis for the second time last year leaving her paralysed from the neck down.
The University of Portsmouth’s Institute of Criminal Justice Studies is carrying out an evaluation on behalf of Isle of Wight Police, of public opinion regarding the police use of body worn video cameras on the Island.
Superfast broadband is a step closer for homes and businesses in rural area across the Isle of Wight. Issues relating to state aid have now been resolved by the government and EU meaning the Isle of Wight Council can push ahead with planned investment in an Island-wide superfast broadband network.
Isle of Wight Stargazers are being asked to count the number of stars they can see (with the naked eye) within the constellation of Orion. The national Star Count will take place between Friday 8th February – Monday 18th February.
Safer Internet Day is celebrated around the world as an opportunity to promote the safe and responsible use of online technology. This year we celebrate the tenth anniversary of the event.
Big Brother returns in 2013 and people from the Isle of Wight could be just what we’re looking for.
An E-Petition, calling for a Parliamentary Debate on the closure of Camp Hill Prison on the Isle of Wight, has been started by a prison worker.
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