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Local NewsThu, 19th October 2017

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  Josepth Rowntree Trust Annual Wages Survey   ()

The Annual Survey of a National Minimum Income Standard finds that people on the Minimum Wage are worse off in 2017. A summary of the Survey's findings is available by clicking this link.

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  Where next for Localism?   ()

The Local Government Chronicle, in association with the National Association of Local Councils have just pubished a major survey of Town & Parish Council involvement with the loccalism agenda. It's available by clicking this link.

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  Emergency closure of Marlborough Road   ()

Marlbough Road has been closed from this morning for up to five days for emergency utility repairs. The Traffic Order is available here.

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  Agenda for Monday's Annual Town Meeting   ()

The Agenda for Monday's meeting of the Town Council is now available on our web site by clicking this link.

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  Ventnor's June Weather   ()

Mike Wood's monthly report on Ventnor's weather is now available by clicking this link. 

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  Social Mobility Commission's Report out today   ()

The Report of the Social Mobility Commission Time for a Change on changes in likfe chances over the last 20 years is published today and available by clicking this link.

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  Latest news from Community Action IW   ()

The latest edition of Community Action IW's fortnightly e-newsletter is out today and available by clicking this link.

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  :Latest IoWC Forward Plan   ()

Updated Isle of Wight Council's Forward Plan for June - September out today and available by clicking this link.

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  STPs in trouble? - a critical review   ()

A critical review of the 44 Sustainainability Plans for future health care by the London South Bank University has just been published with a wide range of concerns about their readiness to prevent a predicted £23 billion deficit by 2020..

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