Latest Council News

25 Nov 2015 Last updated at 13:00
The nozzles are designed to fit animals mouths.
New equipment helps animals after fires

The Isle of Wight Fire and Rescue Service has been given three new special pet oxygen masks that are designed to help animals rescued from fires.

24 Nov 2015 Last updated at 14:00
The council will take part in Small Business Saturday.
Free parking period on 5 December

The Isle of Wight Council will once again be part of 'Small Business Saturday' on Saturday 5 December, and will not charge motorists to park in any of its long stay car parks between 12pm and 6pm.

18 Nov 2015 Last updated at 09:00
The court case has now finished.
Cowes Enterprise College court update

Councillor Jonathan Bacon, Isle of Wight Council leader and Executive member for children’s services, said: “The court proceedings have now concluded and a settlement was reached on 7 October.

18 Nov 2015
Devolution bid gets boost
Devolution bid receives boost

Hampshire and the Isle of Wight’s hopes for a successful devolution bid have received a boost, after the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Greg Clark, hosted a meeting yesterday (17 November) to learn more about the bid.  

17 Nov 2015 Last updated at 11:00
Many businesses have a high rating.
Good food hygiene ratings for businesses

More than 1,800 Isle of Wight businesses that serve food have a four or five out of five rating for food hygiene standards.

17 Nov 2015 Last updated at 09:00
The scheme accepts athletes from a range of sports.
Talented Athlete Scheme returns

The Isle of Wight Council's Sports Unit is accepting applications for its popular Talented Athlete Scheme.

16 Nov 2015 Last updated at 15:00
Sean with his MBE and wife Donna.
MBE recognition for Island firefighter

An Isle of Wight firefighter has spoken of his pride at being awarded an MBE which he received from the Queen.

16 Nov 2015 Last updated at 13:00
The event attracts hundreds of visitors each day.
Lots to do at Dinosaur Isle event

Face painting, fossil identification and organisations including the Natural History Museum and The Mary Rose Museum will be at Dinosaur Isle, Sandown for a free family event this month.

12 Nov 2015 Last updated at 10:00
The campaign aims to raise awareness.
'Ditch' the problem of road flooding

A new campaign has been launched to help raise awareness and coordinate steps to reduce the risk of highway flooding on the Island this winter.

11 Nov 2015 Last updated at 10:00
The Bay is one of three action plan areas
Have your say on draft area action plans

The Isle of Wight Council has published draft area action plans for public consultation, covering the areas of Medina Valley, Ryde and The Bay.

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