Isle of Wight Business News
The Isle of Wight Council, has announced it is pressing ahead with plans to invest £3 million of tax payer money in rural broadband. Responding to this announcement, John Irvine, CEO of WightFibre said the council’s broadband plan is flawed.
The Isle of Wight Council has been asked by the government to share with other local authorities details of its successful local schemes to help young people into work.
Southern Water Chief Executive should come to the Isle of Wight says MP – and he can bring his Lawyers! Following our news of a debate in the House of Commons last night
On Friday 25th May, the amazing Cowes Jubilee window displays throughout the towm will be judged by the Mayor of Cowes, Red Funnel and the Isle of Wight County Press!
Electricians around the country will start receiving letters this month from HM Revenue & Customs warning them to pay any undisclosed taxes. The Electricians Tax Safe Plan is aimed at anyone who installs, maintains and tests electrical systems, equipment and appliances – and covers any tax owed, for whatever reason.
The Isle of Wight’s leading IT & Telecoms provider, is urging people not to fall prey to IT related phone scams by following some simple advice.
The official deadline for submitting Self Assessment forms is 31st January, but a planned strike for that day is set to cause last-minute disruption to the annual tax return deadline.
Job seekers are spending the majority of their time applying for 30% of visible vacancies, where thousands of other job seekers are also concentrating their time. Learning Links, is trying to open up the hidden job market to help job seekers on the Isle of Wight.