Scott Wardrop the Managing Director of the Eurovia Group must answer questions in public about the asphalt plant his company hope to build on the River Medina in Cowes, says the Island’s MP Andrew Turner.
A list of schemes to improve accessibility, road safety and traffic management on the Isle of Wight’s transport network has been announced.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is reminding people in the South with an income over £60,000 whose family is still receiving Child Benefit to opt out before 28 March if they wish to avoid filling in a tax return and repaying the benefit for the 2013/14 tax year.
The first phase of a major £250,000 scheme to upgrade one of the Island’s busiest cycleways is progressing well.
A major new housing policy that could end the lifetime entitlement to social housing is being proposed, alongside a plan to give extra priority to residents who make a contribution to society.
On Saturday, the largest gathering of Salsa dancers on the Isle of Wight since last summer, raised £319 for Ryde Inshore Rescue, as part of the independent lifeboats “Go Orange” appeal to support independent lifeboat stations.