The hard work of volunteers at Dimbola Museum and Galleries over the last few months has landed them 'Project on a Limited Budget Award' at the 2013 Museums + Heritage Awards this week.
Isle of Wight business – It’s not just tourism
The Isle of Wight is host to a wide variety of businesses and we love to celebrate their success. As well as farming and agriculture, tourism and manufacturing, the Isle of Wight is fast becoming home to new technologies and online businesses. If you have some business news to share, get in touch.
Wightfibre is the Island’s very own fibre optic network providing phones and high speed broadband to businesses throughout the Isle of Wight. It is the only telecom service on the Island that does not use BT lines. Why pay more?
Their data centre and support staff are in Cowes so any questions can be quickly resolved, with local, Island knowledge. Call 01983 30 00 00 to speak directly to one of their business advisors.
The contract has created one extra full time job at Isle of Wight Fuels.
Tuesday, 14th May, 2013 3:34pm
By David Grannum with one comment
Achieving Dark Sky Status will bring many great benefits for the Isle of Wight. Come along to the launch on 24th May to find out more.
Monday, 13th May, 2013 2:31pm
By Brian Curd with 8 readers' comments
Congratulations to all the young people who have been running businesses for the last eight months as part of the Young Enterprise scheme and especially to Team Spark, who will be representing the Island in the regional finals.
Friday, 10th May, 2013 4:55pm
By Sally Perry with one comment
More good news for the Island games developer.
Wednesday, 1st May, 2013 2:45pm
By Simon Perry with one comment
Some surprising statistics released by the Home Builders' Federation today, a week ahead of the local elections.
Tuesday, 23rd April, 2013 9:34am
By Steve Turner with 19 readers' comments
Find out where the six locations are that will be used by the Dinosaur mobile phone app we revealed back at the start of March.
Monday, 22nd April, 2013 3:45pm
By Simon Perry with 16 readers' comments