Pupils from Northwood Primary School in East Cowes have been given the tools to grow their own food with a donation by The Southern Co-operative.
The Island’s MP, Andrew Turner is encouraging Islanders to support ‘Labelling Matters’ the EU wide campaign on labelling foods with the method of farm production. The campaign is jointly organised by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA), Compassion in World Farming, the Soil Association and the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA).
During the next six months, the Emergency Department at St. Mary’s Hospital is to undergo a major refurbishment programme resulting in improved and increased facilities for patients.
The summer anti-social behaviour campaign has now ended and the results show a dramatic decrease in the number of certain anti-social behaviour incidents compared to last summer.
Diagnosed with Aplastic Anaemia Abigail Butchers has been through more than most her age. The Make-A-Wish Foundation, granted her wish to meet the person who inspired her to stay strong – Katie Piper..
The new world record set during Cowes Week by Michel Desjoyeaux’s Foncia in the Artemis Challenge 2012, has now been officially ratified by the World Sailing Speed Record Council (WSSRC).
Residents are being reminded to plan their journeys to avoid key Bestival traffic routes from today, when thousands of people are expected to travel to Robin Hill for this year’s event.
The papers for the September Budget Review have been published, showing that the local authority is on course to deliver this year’s budget and confirming it is well prepared to tackle the financial challenges of future years.