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A new project aims to use archaeology, art and coastal heritage features to investigate long-term patterns of coastal climate change in order to better understand its processes. The Arch-Manche Project, led by the Hampshire & Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology
Imagine holding the keys to a new home that is completely paid for with no stamp duty or legal costs and belongs to you. Would you live in it, sell it or rent it out and enjoy the monthly income?
A dynamic new website which provides information about the commissioning of health services on the Island and how the Island community can get involved and help influence these decisions, has been launched by the Isle of Wight Clinical Commissioning Group.
Police are supporting an internet initiative ‘Shop Watch’ to prevent and protect shops on the Isle of Wight from the consequences of crime.
It is now even easier to search for a company on the Island that has been approved by the Isle of Wight Council’s Trading Standards service.
The Isle of Wight Council’s official tourism website www.islandbreaks.co.uk has been given a major revamp ahead of the busy summer season. This includes a brand new look and feel to the website with easy links including lots of information about the Island such as places to visit, eating out guides, local events and special offers.
Yarmouth Broadband, a community broadband initiative, was officially launched on Tuesday 31st January at a contract signing ceremony at The George Hotel, Yarmouth. The service will go live in April.