Cowes floating bridge will be running a pedestrian only service between 8pm and 12.30am on four nights over the next week.
The Isle of Wight Council has begun work on a scheme designed to reduce the risk of Ryde Canoe Lake overflowing in future, protecting nearby properties and businesses and the wildlife on the lake.
Historic Ventnor Park on the Isle of Wight has been awarded the Park of the Year Award at the South and South East England in Bloom Awards.
The Isle of Wight Council’s Executive has approved a revised social housing allocation policy for the Island which gives local people greater priority for affordable social housing.
A four-year-old boy has become the youngest person to complete the gruelling Three Hills Killer which forms part of the Isle of Wight Cycling Festival.
A new pay-per-use electric vehicle rapid charging point will soon be available for public use in Newport.
Isle of Wight Council leader Ian Stephens has commenced a process of reorganisation of the council’s Executive including bringing about a number of structural changes to the allocation of responsibilities among Executive members.
The 2014 Isle of Wight Cycling Festival kicks off this coming weekend, with a huge variety of rides available for all ages.
Yar Bridge in Yarmouth is to continue to be operated manually after an agreement was reached with Yarmouth Harbour Commission.
More than 15 organisations have been awarded funding from the Isle of Wight Council to improve cycle parking and storage facilities across the Island.
A new online service aimed at young people aged up to 25, with special educational needs and disability, has been launched by the Isle of Wight Council.
The council’s Executive is to consider allocating up to £500,000 from the council’s capital programme contingency budget for a scheme at the section of Undercliff Drive affected by a landslide earlier this year.
Members of the Isle of Wight Council's Executive will meet on Tuesday 9 September to discuss proposed changes to the authority's home to school transport policy.
The Isle of Wight Council's Choices service will soon be leaving its Newport base and instead visit areas across the Island to make it easier for young people to see advisors.
Residents are being reminded of key routes between the Island’s ferry ports and the Bestival site, which are expected to be particularly busy on Thursday 4 September and Monday 8 September.
The Isle of Wight Domestic Abuse Forum is working in partnership with Island charities at this year's Bestival to raise awareness of domestic abuse and sexual violence issues.
The Isle of Wight NHS Trust has been awarded a three-year contract to provide a new co-ordinated community service helping people in their recovery from substance misuse.
The first cabinet to be fully connected as part of the Isle of Wight’s multi-million pound rural superfast fibre broadband project has now gone live, it has been announced today (Wednesday 27 August).
His Royal Highness the Duke of Kent is to visit the Isle of Wight on Wednesday 17 September 2014.
Provisional GCSE results show a significant improvement for some schools on the Isle of Wight, although the overall proportion achieving five A* to C GCSE passes, including English and mathematics, has declined slightly from 2013.
Works to upgrade a well used public route near Ryde have been completed in partnership with Island Roads.
The first sporting event to be organised by the Isle of Wight Council's new community sport activators has been arranged.
Lloyds Bank and the Isle of Wight Council’s ongoing partnership to provide Local Lend a Hand mortgages has given 23 year old Mason Parker from Sandown the chance to move into his first home.
A new online map has been launched by the Isle of Wight Council to help local communities look up and understand planning policies affecting their area.
Post 16 students studying in the Island’s sixth forms have been successful this year in national A-level examinations and Vocational qualifications.
School improvement arrangements on the Isle of Wight have been praised by Ofsted following a recent inspection.
The Isle of Wight Council has been told its bid for funding under the government's latest Local Sustainable Transport Fund (LSTF) has been successful.
Members of the Fire Brigades Union are staging further periods of industrial action between 9 and 16 August.
The Isle of Wight Council has welcomed a parliamentary order signed by Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles that allows the media and public to film and digitally report from all public meetings of local government bodies.
A customer at Westridge Leisure Centre has thanked a member of staff for helping save his life after he suffered a heart attack.
The Isle of Wight Council's public health service is encouraging families on the Island to get active as part of a national scheme.
His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh and Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal are to carry out a number of engagements on the Isle of Wight between 3 and 5 August during Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week.
A new street trading policy for the Isle of Wight comes into force from Friday 1 August.
A new memorandum of understanding is to be signed by the Isle of Wight Council and the Isle of Wight Chamber of Commerce - as a key step in driving forward the Island's economy.
The Executive councillor for children's services has had a busy time recently, personally signing nearly 1,000 certificates for school pupils.
The Isle of Wight Council has awarded funding to 11 organisations who will deliver youth provision across the Island.
An Isle of Wight Council respite centre for children with severe disabilities has been rated good with outstanding features in its latest Ofsted inspection.
The Isle of Wight Council will take part in a national event on 4 August as part of commemorations to mark 100 years since the start of the First World War.
The chairman of the Isle of Wight Council is leading a service of reflection as part of commemorations to mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War.
Fort Victoria Country Park in Yarmouth has been awarded a prestigious Green Flag for the first time.
Bembridge residents have voted in favour of their neighbourhood plan being adopted by the Isle of Wight Council as a document to help to decide planning applications in the area.
New research has shown the Isle of Wight has a lot more areas of ancient woodland than previously thought.
The Isle of Wight Council has seen a large increase in the number of fitness classes being booked online.
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