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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.
Isle of Wight resident Dan Roberts was so concerned about the mysteriously named T-TIP, he set sail from East Cowes in a tiny with friend Bill to let people across the country know about it.
Monday, 27th April, 2015 9:10pm
By Sally Perry with 11 readers' comments
If plans to turn Guildhall into a 21st century tourism hub are well received by the Isle of Wight council, the historical building could be opened once again.
Friday, 24th April, 2015 4:38pm
By Sally Perry with 12 readers' comments
OnTheWight has a set of photos at HD resolution inside the 19th Century Palmeston fort that was the home of The Sea Devils in the 1972 Doctor Who series.
Friday, 24th April, 2015 2:56pm
By Simon Perry with 3 readers' comments
Red Funnel reports a 7.1% increase in car volumes in the first quarter of 2015, saying they have outperformed the total cross-Solent market.
Thursday, 23rd April, 2015 10:45am
By Amy Grinstead with 13 readers' comments
TripAdvisor reveals winners of 2015 Travellers’ Choice Islands based on reviews and opinions of millions of travellers and the Isle of Wight is rated very highly (of course)
Tuesday, 21st April, 2015 9:45am
By Sally Perry with 17 readers' comments
Planning committee members went against officer recommendations and rejected the application, as they felt 'it would have an unacceptable impact on the rural area'.
Wednesday, 15th April, 2015 11:45am
By Sally Perry with 13 readers' comments
Island Roads say representatives from 30 Arreton businesses voted overwhelmingly in favour of undertaking the work under one closure for up to 12 weeks, rather than in a series of shorter closures.
Wednesday, 15th April, 2015 10:27am
By Gavin Foster with one comment