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06 August 2009

Scottish farmers urged to stop and think as harvest season gets underway
seen at 09:19, 6 August in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is urging all farmers to take care as harvest gets underway.

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Sailing regatta hit by squall
seen at 09:19, 6 August in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

Thirty people were rescued from the sea tonight when a sailing regatta off Plockton, in Loch Carron, West Coast of Scotland was hit by a squall. 

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Redundancy help at hand across the west midlands
seen at 09:18, 6 August in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

Six colleges and training providers are to get extra Government funding for training to help people in the West Midlands who have lost their jobs or are facing redundancy get back into work.

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‘muck in 4 life’ and help save birmingham nature reserve
seen at 09:18, 6 August in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

The West Midlands is being challenged to adopt a healthier lifestyle and, at the same time, do something for the environment.

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‘dodgy cigs’ roadshow comes to staffordshire
seen at 09:18, 6 August in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

This weekend the Stop Smoking Service will show smokers in Newcastle-under-Lyme they are getting more than they bargain for if they buy ‘dodgy’ tobacco products.

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Redundancy help at hand across the east of england
seen at 09:17, 6 August in Adjudicators Office News - South West.

Four colleges and training providers across the East of England are to get extra Government funding for training to help people, who have lost their jobs or are facing redundancy, back into work.

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Summer motorway warning to pedestrians
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

The Highways Agency is urging pedestrians of all ages to stay safe this summer – by keeping off the region’s motorway network.

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A21 pembury: slip road widening to reduce congestion
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

Improvement work to reduce congestion on the A21 in Kent by widening the London-bound exit slip road at Pembury, near Tunbridge Wells, is due to start Monday 10 August and be complete by the start of November... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Diagnostics waiting times & activity data, month ending 30 june 2009
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

The following statistics were released today by the Department of Health:

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Redundancy help at hand across the east of england
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

Four colleges and training providers across the East of England are to get extra Government funding for training to help people, who have lost their jobs or are facing redundancy, back into work.

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Scottish farmers urged to stop and think as harvest season gets underway
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is urging all farmers to take care as harvest gets underway.

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Redundancy help at hand across the east midlands
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

Fourteen colleges and training providers across the East Midlands are to get extra Government funding for training to help people, who have lost their jobs or are facing redundancy, back into work.

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Redundancy help at hand across the south west
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

Government funding for training people who've been made redundant

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Redundancy help at hand across the south east
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

Sixteen colleges and training providers across the South East are to get extra Government funding for training to help people, who have lost their jobs or are facing redundancy, back into work.

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Redundancy help at hand across the west midlands
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

Six colleges and training providers are to get extra Government funding for training to help people in the West Midlands who have lost their jobs or are facing redundancy get back into work.

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Redundancy help at hand across the north east
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

NE/296/09

Eleven colleges and training providers across the North East are to get extra Government funding for training to help people who have lost their jobs or are facing redundancy back into work.Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Energy security analysis welcomed
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

The UK is on track to meet the challenge of securing energy supplies both internationally and domestically, a new report commissioned by the Prime Minister Gordon Brown concluded today.

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From novice to export – with help from ukti
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

A Bury businessman who once rejected all overseas orders, believing they were more trouble than they were worth, now says they contribute 10% of his company’s annual turnover thanks to UK Trade and Investment... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Redundancy help at hand across the north west
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

A total of 25 colleges and training providers across the North West are to get extra Government funding for training to help people, who have lost their jobs or are facing redundancy, back into work.

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‘muck in 4 life’ and help save birmingham nature reserve
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

The West Midlands is being challenged to adopt a healthier lifestyle and, at the same time, do something for the environment.

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£3million to help rape and sexual abuse victims
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

Issued on behalf of the Government Equalities Office by the News Distribution Service The government has today awarded more than £3million to support victims of rape and sexual violence.

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Redundancy help at hand across yorkshire and the humber
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

Four colleges and training providers across Yorkshire and the Humber are to get extra Government funding for training to help people, who have lost their jobs or are facing redundancy, back into work.

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Allerdene bridge works update
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

Work to refurbish the Allerdene Bridge in Gateshead continues and is now into its second week and  progressing well. The current phase of work is expected to be completed by the middle of next week. The Highways... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

A404(m) bridge replacement: weekend closures as preliminary work starts
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

Preparatory work for replacing the Western Region railway bridge on the A404(M) in Maidenhead starts this weekend.

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'bag it! and bin it!’ 400 bags of litter found on every mile of the m25 as highways agency launches campaign against road litter
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

The Highways Agency has launched its summer ‘Bag it Bin it’ campaign, reminding road users on the M25 and surrounding roads about the problems litter can cause on motorways and major A roads.

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New levy board chair appointed
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

111/09 Paul Lee has been appointed as the new Chair of the Horserace Betting Levy Board, Minister for Sport Gerry Sutcliffe announced today.

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‘dodgy cigs’ roadshow comes to staffordshire
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

This weekend the Stop Smoking Service will show smokers in Newcastle-under-Lyme they are getting more than they bargain for if they buy ‘dodgy’ tobacco products.

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M4 westbound, junction 5, near slough - weekend bridge work – 7-10 and 14-17 august
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

Work to re-waterproof and resurface the westbound bridge of junction 5 on the M4, near Slough, will begin on Friday 7 August 2009, and is planned to be completed over two weekends weather permitting. There ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Ecgd backs £1.46 billion of uk exports in 2008-09
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

ECGD, the UK’s official export credit agency, has published its Annual Review and Resource Accounts 2008-09, showing it provided £1.46 billion of support to UK exporters and UK investors undertaking... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Illegal gas work costs lives warns hse
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is warning anyone working on gas appliances and systems without having their competence assessed that they are acting illegally and dangerously.

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Farmers in wales urged to stop and think as harvest season gets underway
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is urging all farmers to take care as harvest gets underway.

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Two boys plucked to safety from castlerock caves
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

Two teenage boys were tonight plucked to safety from Castlerock Caves at high tide.

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Sailing regatta hit by squall
seen at 09:05, 6 August in Insolvency Service News - South West.

Thirty people were rescued from the sea tonight when a sailing regatta off Plockton, in Loch Carron, West Coast of Scotland was hit by a squall. 

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