TGS


11 December 2009

Statement from the uk science community
seen at 06:57, 11 December in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

On behalf of the UK Science Community, the Met Office today (Thursday) announces the response of this community to the ongoing questioning of core climate science and methods.

The Met Office has co-ordinated... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Climate could warm to record levels in 2010
seen at 06:57, 11 December in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

A combination of man-made global warming and a moderate warming of the  tropical Pacific Ocean, a phenomenon known as El Nino, means it is very likely that 2010 will be a warmer year globally than 2009.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Glasgow’s green pupils show minister how they are fighting climate change at home and abroad
seen at 06:57, 11 December in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

Eco-conscious pupils from Govan High School today (10 December) told International Development Minister Mike Foster how they’ve worked together on joint climate change projects with their partner school in Malawi... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Statement from the uk science community
seen at 06:57, 11 December in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

On behalf of the UK Science Community, the Met Office today (Thursday) announces the response of this community to the ongoing questioning of core climate science and methods.

The Met Office has co-ordinated... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Climate could warm to record levels in 2010
seen at 06:57, 11 December in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

A combination of man-made global warming and a moderate warming of the  tropical Pacific Ocean, a phenomenon known as El Nino, means it is very likely that 2010 will be a warmer year globally than 2009.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Statement from the uk science community
seen at 06:57, 11 December in Adjudicators Office News - South West.

On behalf of the UK Science Community, the Met Office today (Thursday) announces the response of this community to the ongoing questioning of core climate science and methods.

The Met Office has co-ordinated... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Climate could warm to record levels in 2010
seen at 06:57, 11 December in Adjudicators Office News - South West.

A combination of man-made global warming and a moderate warming of the  tropical Pacific Ocean, a phenomenon known as El Nino, means it is very likely that 2010 will be a warmer year globally than 2009.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Statement from the uk science community
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

On behalf of the UK Science Community, the Met Office today (Thursday) announces the response of this community to the ongoing questioning of core climate science and methods.

The Met Office has co-ordinated... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Science minister announces new executive agency for uk space and satellite industry
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

A new executive agency will be created to take the UK’s recession-busting space and satellite sector into a new space age, Science and Innovation Minister Lord Drayson said today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Dfid minister mike foster praises kathmandu volunteering project
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

International Development Minister Mike Foster praised the help given to young deaf volunteers by a pioneering Preston charity, after visiting the Kathmandu Volunteering Project yesterday.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Over a million kids weigh in to tackle obesity
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

New report backs evidence that rise in child obesity has levelled off

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Latest uk regional trade estimates
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

NAT 89/09 UK Regional Trade in Goods estimates are released today, for the third quarter of 2009.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Improving the passenger experience at airports, new champion and broader financial protection for air travellers
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Passengers' needs are to be put at the heart of how airports are regulated and they are to get a new champion to represent their views, Transport Secretary Andrew Adonis confirmed today, while also unveiling ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Court closes down leeds firm accused of preying on the old and sick
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

A Leeds-based company is closed down after a government investigation

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
An nhs strategy for a new era
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Health Secretary Andy Burnham today set out his strategy for the NHS to put patients first and improve the quality of care as it enters an unprecedented era of reform.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
New powers put bus passengers first
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Local authorities throughout England will be given tough new powers to determine routes, timetables, fares and other aspects of bus services, Transport Minister Sadiq Khan announced today.  

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Pbr 2009 – a fair outcome and a clear challenge for local government
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Communities Secretary John Denham and Housing Minister John Healey have welcomed the Pre-Budget Report as a fair outcome for local government – but one that sets it a clear challenge to protect frontline services... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

£19 million boost for low carbon r&d at first automotive council meeting
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Business Secretary Lord Mandelson today announced a £19 million competition to support industry-led collaborative projects which focus on strengthening UK capability and developing the UK's supply networks... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Welsh courts celebrate excellence award
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The courts and court offices across HMCS Wales have achieved the new government Customer Service Excellence standard for delivering high levels of service to court users.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
North east roadworks update - 12th december - 18th december
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

A1M Junction 63-64, County Durham Slight delays are expected overnight on the A1M between junctions 63 and 64 for resurfacing works. There will be carriageway closures on the circulatory and slip roads north ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Consultation on hgv testing exemptions
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

A consultation proposing the removal of a number of exemptions from the Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV) roadworthiness testing scheme was published today by Transport Minister, Paul Clark.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Discussion document on role of financial sector
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The Treasury has today published a discussion document on possible international options to reduce the cost to taxpayers of financial sector failures.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Death of contractor leads to £15,000 fine for feltham company
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

An international freight forwarding company, K-Line Logistics (UK) Ltd has been fined £15,000 following the death of a worker in Feltham.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Trade minister launches awards for londoners with the x-port factor
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The Minister for Trade, Investment and Small Business today opened nominations for an awards programme honouring London-based businesses with the X-port factor.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Regional development key to growth of new industries
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The government today set out a new role for regional development agencies and local authorities to back growing industries and support the country’s future economic success.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Consumer minister welcomes additional £5m for citizens advice bureaux
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Consumer Minister Kevin Brennan has today outlined new funding awarded to Citizens Advice Bureaux in the Pre-Budget Report.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Climate could warm to record levels in 2010
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

A combination of man-made global warming and a moderate warming of the  tropical Pacific Ocean, a phenomenon known as El Nino, means it is very likely that 2010 will be a warmer year globally than 2009.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Government welcomes gsk’s response to patent box
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The Chancellor’s tax measure announced yesterday in the Pre-Budget Report already delivering major investment decisions

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
M3 junctions 3-2, surrey: £8.4m major maintenance - northbound
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The opening work of a major resurfacing scheme on the M3 between junctions 3 and 2 near Bagshot in Surrey is underway.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Glasgow’s green pupils show minister how they are fighting climate change at home and abroad
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Eco-conscious pupils from Govan High School today (10 December) told International Development Minister Mike Foster how they’ve worked together on joint climate change projects with their partner school in Malawi... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

‘cunning’ £13.5m drug smuggling gang jailed
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Five men involved with smuggling 4.7 tonnes of cannabis resin worth around £13.5 million were jailed for a total of 37 years today. The Cheshire-based gang members, who attempted to smuggle the drugs... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

A259 de la warr road resurfacing:bexhill-on-sea, east sussex
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Maintenance to the A259 De La Warr Road between Dorset Road and the A2036 Hastings Road junctions in Bexhill-on-Sea starts next week

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
“a low carbon future must bring opportunities for the many”
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The change to a low carbon economy must ensure UK workers and consumers can take advantage of the opportunities it will bring, a new Government forum said today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
New head of property at shareholder executive is john mccready
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

John McCready is to head the new Property Unit within the Shareholder Executive, ShEx Chief Executive Stephen Lovegrove announced today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Coastguard helicopter base reaches 3,000th mission milestone
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The Coastguard helicopter base at Portland has carried out its 3,000th mission.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Safety improvement on sunderland industrial estates
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The safety of employees at industrial estates across Sunderland came under the microscope as the Health and Safety Executive and Sunderland City Council launched a joint inspection on premises.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Navy’s record-breaking drug-buster returns home
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Royal Navy warship HMS Iron Duke, which made a record-breaking drugs seizure in the North Atlantic in September, returns to her Portsmouth home on Monday (December 14).

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
New initiative to prevent ‘next global pandemic’
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

·        DFID targets hotspots for spread of animal-to-human diseases

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Cornish sardine reels in eu approval to become uk’s latest protected food name
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The Cornish Sardine is the latest UK product to be recognised under the EU Protected Food Names Scheme for its quality and regional identity.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Pbr boost for green growth
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Substantial new funding to support a green economic recovery in the UK has been announced by the Chancellor in his Pre-Budget Report. This announcement cements the UK’s position as a leader in climate change ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Food company fined after worker’s fingertip was severed
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

A food production company has today been fined £20,000 following an incident where a man had his fingertip severed at a factory in Southall.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Cornish sardine reels in eu approval to become uk’s latest protected food name
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The Cornish Sardine is the latest UK product to be recognised under the EU Protected Food Names Scheme for its quality and regional identity.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Draft orders published for plans to upgrade a21 between tonbridge and pembury to dual carriageway
seen at 06:56, 11 December in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

EMBARGOED UNTIL 00.01, 11 DECEMBER 2009 Plans for a £125m scheme to upgrade the A21 to dual carriageway between Tonbridge and Pembury have been published today.  This scheme aims to reduce travel delays... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Statement from the uk science community
seen at 06:50, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

On behalf of the UK Science Community, the Met Office today (Thursday) announces the response of this community to the ongoing questioning of core climate science and methods.

The Met Office has co-ordinated... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Science minister announces new executive agency for uk space and satellite industry
seen at 06:50, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A new executive agency will be created to take the UK’s recession-busting space and satellite sector into a new space age, Science and Innovation Minister Lord Drayson said today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Dfid minister mike foster praises kathmandu volunteering project
seen at 06:50, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

International Development Minister Mike Foster praised the help given to young deaf volunteers by a pioneering Preston charity, after visiting the Kathmandu Volunteering Project yesterday.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Over a million kids weigh in to tackle obesity
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

New report backs evidence that rise in child obesity has levelled off

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Latest uk regional trade estimates
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

NAT 89/09 UK Regional Trade in Goods estimates are released today, for the third quarter of 2009.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Improving the passenger experience at airports, new champion and broader financial protection for air travellers
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Passengers' needs are to be put at the heart of how airports are regulated and they are to get a new champion to represent their views, Transport Secretary Andrew Adonis confirmed today, while also unveiling ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Court closes down leeds firm accused of preying on the old and sick
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A Leeds-based company is closed down after a government investigation

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
An nhs strategy for a new era
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Health Secretary Andy Burnham today set out his strategy for the NHS to put patients first and improve the quality of care as it enters an unprecedented era of reform.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
New powers put bus passengers first
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Local authorities throughout England will be given tough new powers to determine routes, timetables, fares and other aspects of bus services, Transport Minister Sadiq Khan announced today.  

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Pbr 2009 – a fair outcome and a clear challenge for local government
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Communities Secretary John Denham and Housing Minister John Healey have welcomed the Pre-Budget Report as a fair outcome for local government – but one that sets it a clear challenge to protect frontline services... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

£19 million boost for low carbon r&d at first automotive council meeting
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Business Secretary Lord Mandelson today announced a £19 million competition to support industry-led collaborative projects which focus on strengthening UK capability and developing the UK's supply networks... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Welsh courts celebrate excellence award
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The courts and court offices across HMCS Wales have achieved the new government Customer Service Excellence standard for delivering high levels of service to court users.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
North east roadworks update - 12th december - 18th december
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A1M Junction 63-64, County Durham Slight delays are expected overnight on the A1M between junctions 63 and 64 for resurfacing works. There will be carriageway closures on the circulatory and slip roads north ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Consultation on hgv testing exemptions
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A consultation proposing the removal of a number of exemptions from the Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV) roadworthiness testing scheme was published today by Transport Minister, Paul Clark.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Discussion document on role of financial sector
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The Treasury has today published a discussion document on possible international options to reduce the cost to taxpayers of financial sector failures.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Death of contractor leads to £15,000 fine for feltham company
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

An international freight forwarding company, K-Line Logistics (UK) Ltd has been fined £15,000 following the death of a worker in Feltham.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Trade minister launches awards for londoners with the x-port factor
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The Minister for Trade, Investment and Small Business today opened nominations for an awards programme honouring London-based businesses with the X-port factor.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Regional development key to growth of new industries
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The government today set out a new role for regional development agencies and local authorities to back growing industries and support the country’s future economic success.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Consumer minister welcomes additional £5m for citizens advice bureaux
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Consumer Minister Kevin Brennan has today outlined new funding awarded to Citizens Advice Bureaux in the Pre-Budget Report.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Climate could warm to record levels in 2010
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A combination of man-made global warming and a moderate warming of the  tropical Pacific Ocean, a phenomenon known as El Nino, means it is very likely that 2010 will be a warmer year globally than 2009.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Government welcomes gsk’s response to patent box
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The Chancellor’s tax measure announced yesterday in the Pre-Budget Report already delivering major investment decisions

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
M3 junctions 3-2, surrey: £8.4m major maintenance - northbound
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The opening work of a major resurfacing scheme on the M3 between junctions 3 and 2 near Bagshot in Surrey is underway.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Glasgow’s green pupils show minister how they are fighting climate change at home and abroad
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Eco-conscious pupils from Govan High School today (10 December) told International Development Minister Mike Foster how they’ve worked together on joint climate change projects with their partner school in Malawi... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

‘cunning’ £13.5m drug smuggling gang jailed
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Five men involved with smuggling 4.7 tonnes of cannabis resin worth around £13.5 million were jailed for a total of 37 years today. The Cheshire-based gang members, who attempted to smuggle the drugs... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

A259 de la warr road resurfacing:bexhill-on-sea, east sussex
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Maintenance to the A259 De La Warr Road between Dorset Road and the A2036 Hastings Road junctions in Bexhill-on-Sea starts next week

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
“a low carbon future must bring opportunities for the many”
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The change to a low carbon economy must ensure UK workers and consumers can take advantage of the opportunities it will bring, a new Government forum said today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
New head of property at shareholder executive is john mccready
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

John McCready is to head the new Property Unit within the Shareholder Executive, ShEx Chief Executive Stephen Lovegrove announced today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Coastguard helicopter base reaches 3,000th mission milestone
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The Coastguard helicopter base at Portland has carried out its 3,000th mission.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Cornish sardine reels in eu approval to become uk’s latest protected food name
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The Cornish Sardine is the latest UK product to be recognised under the EU Protected Food Names Scheme for its quality and regional identity.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Safety improvement on sunderland industrial estates
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The safety of employees at industrial estates across Sunderland came under the microscope as the Health and Safety Executive and Sunderland City Council launched a joint inspection on premises.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Navy’s record-breaking drug-buster returns home
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Royal Navy warship HMS Iron Duke, which made a record-breaking drugs seizure in the North Atlantic in September, returns to her Portsmouth home on Monday (December 14).

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
New initiative to prevent ‘next global pandemic’
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

·        DFID targets hotspots for spread of animal-to-human diseases

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Cornish sardine reels in eu approval to become uk’s latest protected food name
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The Cornish Sardine is the latest UK product to be recognised under the EU Protected Food Names Scheme for its quality and regional identity.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Pbr boost for green growth
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Substantial new funding to support a green economic recovery in the UK has been announced by the Chancellor in his Pre-Budget Report. This announcement cements the UK’s position as a leader in climate change ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Food company fined after worker’s fingertip was severed
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A food production company has today been fined £20,000 following an incident where a man had his fingertip severed at a factory in Southall.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Cornish sardine reels in eu approval to become uk’s latest protected food name
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The Cornish Sardine is the latest UK product to be recognised under the EU Protected Food Names Scheme for its quality and regional identity.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Draft orders published for plans to upgrade a21 between tonbridge and pembury to dual carriageway
seen at 06:49, 11 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

EMBARGOED UNTIL 00.01, 11 DECEMBER 2009 Plans for a £125m scheme to upgrade the A21 to dual carriageway between Tonbridge and Pembury have been published today.  This scheme aims to reduce travel delays... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Statement from the uk science community
seen at 06:47, 11 December in Acas News - South West.

On behalf of the UK Science Community, the Met Office today (Thursday) announces the response of this community to the ongoing questioning of core climate science and methods.

The Met Office has co-ordinated... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Climate could warm to record levels in 2010
seen at 06:47, 11 December in Acas News - South West.

A combination of man-made global warming and a moderate warming of the  tropical Pacific Ocean, a phenomenon known as El Nino, means it is very likely that 2010 will be a warmer year globally than 2009.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
‘cunning’ £13.5m drug smuggling gang jailed
seen at 06:47, 11 December in Acas News - South West.

Five men involved with smuggling 4.7 tonnes of cannabis resin worth around £13.5 million were jailed for a total of 37 years today. The Cheshire-based gang members, who attempted to smuggle the drugs... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Cornish sardine reels in eu approval to become uk’s latest protected food name
seen at 06:47, 11 December in Acas News - South West.

The Cornish Sardine is the latest UK product to be recognised under the EU Protected Food Names Scheme for its quality and regional identity.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Statement from the uk science community
seen at 06:46, 11 December in The National Archives News - South West.

On behalf of the UK Science Community, the Met Office today (Thursday) announces the response of this community to the ongoing questioning of core climate science and methods.

The Met Office has co-ordinated... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Climate could warm to record levels in 2010
seen at 06:46, 11 December in The National Archives News - South West.

A combination of man-made global warming and a moderate warming of the  tropical Pacific Ocean, a phenomenon known as El Nino, means it is very likely that 2010 will be a warmer year globally than 2009.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Cornish sardine reels in eu approval to become uk’s latest protected food name
seen at 06:46, 11 December in The National Archives News - South West.

The Cornish Sardine is the latest UK product to be recognised under the EU Protected Food Names Scheme for its quality and regional identity.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Statement from the uk science community
seen at 06:45, 11 December in Assets Recovery Agency News - South West.

On behalf of the UK Science Community, the Met Office today (Thursday) announces the response of this community to the ongoing questioning of core climate science and methods.

The Met Office has co-ordinated... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

North east roadworks update - 12th december - 18th december
seen at 06:45, 11 December in Assets Recovery Agency News - South West.

A1M Junction 63-64, County Durham Slight delays are expected overnight on the A1M between junctions 63 and 64 for resurfacing works. There will be carriageway closures on the circulatory and slip roads north ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Climate could warm to record levels in 2010
seen at 06:45, 11 December in Assets Recovery Agency News - South West.

A combination of man-made global warming and a moderate warming of the  tropical Pacific Ocean, a phenomenon known as El Nino, means it is very likely that 2010 will be a warmer year globally than 2009.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Safety improvement on sunderland industrial estates
seen at 06:45, 11 December in Assets Recovery Agency News - South West.

The safety of employees at industrial estates across Sunderland came under the microscope as the Health and Safety Executive and Sunderland City Council launched a joint inspection on premises.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Statement from the uk science community
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

On behalf of the UK Science Community, the Met Office today (Thursday) announces the response of this community to the ongoing questioning of core climate science and methods.

The Met Office has co-ordinated... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Science minister announces new executive agency for uk space and satellite industry
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

A new executive agency will be created to take the UK’s recession-busting space and satellite sector into a new space age, Science and Innovation Minister Lord Drayson said today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Dfid minister mike foster praises kathmandu volunteering project
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

International Development Minister Mike Foster praised the help given to young deaf volunteers by a pioneering Preston charity, after visiting the Kathmandu Volunteering Project yesterday.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Over a million kids weigh in to tackle obesity
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

New report backs evidence that rise in child obesity has levelled off

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Latest uk regional trade estimates
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

NAT 89/09 UK Regional Trade in Goods estimates are released today, for the third quarter of 2009.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Improving the passenger experience at airports, new champion and broader financial protection for air travellers
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

Passengers' needs are to be put at the heart of how airports are regulated and they are to get a new champion to represent their views, Transport Secretary Andrew Adonis confirmed today, while also unveiling ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Court closes down leeds firm accused of preying on the old and sick
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

A Leeds-based company is closed down after a government investigation

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
An nhs strategy for a new era
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

Health Secretary Andy Burnham today set out his strategy for the NHS to put patients first and improve the quality of care as it enters an unprecedented era of reform.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
New powers put bus passengers first
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

Local authorities throughout England will be given tough new powers to determine routes, timetables, fares and other aspects of bus services, Transport Minister Sadiq Khan announced today.  

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Pbr 2009 – a fair outcome and a clear challenge for local government
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

Communities Secretary John Denham and Housing Minister John Healey have welcomed the Pre-Budget Report as a fair outcome for local government – but one that sets it a clear challenge to protect frontline services... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

£19 million boost for low carbon r&d at first automotive council meeting
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

Business Secretary Lord Mandelson today announced a £19 million competition to support industry-led collaborative projects which focus on strengthening UK capability and developing the UK's supply networks... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Welsh courts celebrate excellence award
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

The courts and court offices across HMCS Wales have achieved the new government Customer Service Excellence standard for delivering high levels of service to court users.

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North east roadworks update - 12th december - 18th december
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

A1M Junction 63-64, County Durham Slight delays are expected overnight on the A1M between junctions 63 and 64 for resurfacing works. There will be carriageway closures on the circulatory and slip roads north ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Consultation on hgv testing exemptions
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

A consultation proposing the removal of a number of exemptions from the Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV) roadworthiness testing scheme was published today by Transport Minister, Paul Clark.

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Discussion document on role of financial sector
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

The Treasury has today published a discussion document on possible international options to reduce the cost to taxpayers of financial sector failures.

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Death of contractor leads to £15,000 fine for feltham company
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

An international freight forwarding company, K-Line Logistics (UK) Ltd has been fined £15,000 following the death of a worker in Feltham.

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Trade minister launches awards for londoners with the x-port factor
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

The Minister for Trade, Investment and Small Business today opened nominations for an awards programme honouring London-based businesses with the X-port factor.

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Regional development key to growth of new industries
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

The government today set out a new role for regional development agencies and local authorities to back growing industries and support the country’s future economic success.

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Consumer minister welcomes additional £5m for citizens advice bureaux
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

Consumer Minister Kevin Brennan has today outlined new funding awarded to Citizens Advice Bureaux in the Pre-Budget Report.

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Climate could warm to record levels in 2010
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

A combination of man-made global warming and a moderate warming of the  tropical Pacific Ocean, a phenomenon known as El Nino, means it is very likely that 2010 will be a warmer year globally than 2009.

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Government welcomes gsk’s response to patent box
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

The Chancellor’s tax measure announced yesterday in the Pre-Budget Report already delivering major investment decisions

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M3 junctions 3-2, surrey: £8.4m major maintenance - northbound
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

The opening work of a major resurfacing scheme on the M3 between junctions 3 and 2 near Bagshot in Surrey is underway.

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Glasgow’s green pupils show minister how they are fighting climate change at home and abroad
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

Eco-conscious pupils from Govan High School today (10 December) told International Development Minister Mike Foster how they’ve worked together on joint climate change projects with their partner school in Malawi... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

‘cunning’ £13.5m drug smuggling gang jailed
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

Five men involved with smuggling 4.7 tonnes of cannabis resin worth around £13.5 million were jailed for a total of 37 years today. The Cheshire-based gang members, who attempted to smuggle the drugs... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

A259 de la warr road resurfacing:bexhill-on-sea, east sussex
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

Maintenance to the A259 De La Warr Road between Dorset Road and the A2036 Hastings Road junctions in Bexhill-on-Sea starts next week

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“a low carbon future must bring opportunities for the many”
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

The change to a low carbon economy must ensure UK workers and consumers can take advantage of the opportunities it will bring, a new Government forum said today.

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New head of property at shareholder executive is john mccready
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

John McCready is to head the new Property Unit within the Shareholder Executive, ShEx Chief Executive Stephen Lovegrove announced today.

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Coastguard helicopter base reaches 3,000th mission milestone
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

The Coastguard helicopter base at Portland has carried out its 3,000th mission.

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Cornish sardine reels in eu approval to become uk’s latest protected food name
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

The Cornish Sardine is the latest UK product to be recognised under the EU Protected Food Names Scheme for its quality and regional identity.

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Safety improvement on sunderland industrial estates
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

The safety of employees at industrial estates across Sunderland came under the microscope as the Health and Safety Executive and Sunderland City Council launched a joint inspection on premises.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Navy’s record-breaking drug-buster returns home
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

Royal Navy warship HMS Iron Duke, which made a record-breaking drugs seizure in the North Atlantic in September, returns to her Portsmouth home on Monday (December 14).

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New initiative to prevent ‘next global pandemic’
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

·        DFID targets hotspots for spread of animal-to-human diseases

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Cornish sardine reels in eu approval to become uk’s latest protected food name
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

The Cornish Sardine is the latest UK product to be recognised under the EU Protected Food Names Scheme for its quality and regional identity.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Pbr boost for green growth
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

Substantial new funding to support a green economic recovery in the UK has been announced by the Chancellor in his Pre-Budget Report. This announcement cements the UK’s position as a leader in climate change ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Food company fined after worker’s fingertip was severed
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

A food production company has today been fined £20,000 following an incident where a man had his fingertip severed at a factory in Southall.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Cornish sardine reels in eu approval to become uk’s latest protected food name
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

The Cornish Sardine is the latest UK product to be recognised under the EU Protected Food Names Scheme for its quality and regional identity.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Draft orders published for plans to upgrade a21 between tonbridge and pembury to dual carriageway
seen at 06:44, 11 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

EMBARGOED UNTIL 00.01, 11 DECEMBER 2009 Plans for a £125m scheme to upgrade the A21 to dual carriageway between Tonbridge and Pembury have been published today.  This scheme aims to reduce travel delays... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Statement from the uk science community
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

On behalf of the UK Science Community, the Met Office today (Thursday) announces the response of this community to the ongoing questioning of core climate science and methods.

The Met Office has co-ordinated... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Science minister announces new executive agency for uk space and satellite industry
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

A new executive agency will be created to take the UK’s recession-busting space and satellite sector into a new space age, Science and Innovation Minister Lord Drayson said today.

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Dfid minister mike foster praises kathmandu volunteering project
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

International Development Minister Mike Foster praised the help given to young deaf volunteers by a pioneering Preston charity, after visiting the Kathmandu Volunteering Project yesterday.

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Over a million kids weigh in to tackle obesity
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

New report backs evidence that rise in child obesity has levelled off

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Latest uk regional trade estimates
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

NAT 89/09 UK Regional Trade in Goods estimates are released today, for the third quarter of 2009.

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Improving the passenger experience at airports, new champion and broader financial protection for air travellers
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Passengers' needs are to be put at the heart of how airports are regulated and they are to get a new champion to represent their views, Transport Secretary Andrew Adonis confirmed today, while also unveiling ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Court closes down leeds firm accused of preying on the old and sick
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

A Leeds-based company is closed down after a government investigation

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An nhs strategy for a new era
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Health Secretary Andy Burnham today set out his strategy for the NHS to put patients first and improve the quality of care as it enters an unprecedented era of reform.

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New powers put bus passengers first
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Local authorities throughout England will be given tough new powers to determine routes, timetables, fares and other aspects of bus services, Transport Minister Sadiq Khan announced today.  

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Pbr 2009 – a fair outcome and a clear challenge for local government
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Communities Secretary John Denham and Housing Minister John Healey have welcomed the Pre-Budget Report as a fair outcome for local government – but one that sets it a clear challenge to protect frontline services... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

£19 million boost for low carbon r&d at first automotive council meeting
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Business Secretary Lord Mandelson today announced a £19 million competition to support industry-led collaborative projects which focus on strengthening UK capability and developing the UK's supply networks... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Welsh courts celebrate excellence award
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

The courts and court offices across HMCS Wales have achieved the new government Customer Service Excellence standard for delivering high levels of service to court users.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
North east roadworks update - 12th december - 18th december
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

A1M Junction 63-64, County Durham Slight delays are expected overnight on the A1M between junctions 63 and 64 for resurfacing works. There will be carriageway closures on the circulatory and slip roads north ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Consultation on hgv testing exemptions
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

A consultation proposing the removal of a number of exemptions from the Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV) roadworthiness testing scheme was published today by Transport Minister, Paul Clark.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Discussion document on role of financial sector
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

The Treasury has today published a discussion document on possible international options to reduce the cost to taxpayers of financial sector failures.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Death of contractor leads to £15,000 fine for feltham company
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

An international freight forwarding company, K-Line Logistics (UK) Ltd has been fined £15,000 following the death of a worker in Feltham.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Trade minister launches awards for londoners with the x-port factor
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

The Minister for Trade, Investment and Small Business today opened nominations for an awards programme honouring London-based businesses with the X-port factor.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Regional development key to growth of new industries
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

The government today set out a new role for regional development agencies and local authorities to back growing industries and support the country’s future economic success.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Consumer minister welcomes additional £5m for citizens advice bureaux
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Consumer Minister Kevin Brennan has today outlined new funding awarded to Citizens Advice Bureaux in the Pre-Budget Report.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Climate could warm to record levels in 2010
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

A combination of man-made global warming and a moderate warming of the  tropical Pacific Ocean, a phenomenon known as El Nino, means it is very likely that 2010 will be a warmer year globally than 2009.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Government welcomes gsk’s response to patent box
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

The Chancellor’s tax measure announced yesterday in the Pre-Budget Report already delivering major investment decisions

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
M3 junctions 3-2, surrey: £8.4m major maintenance - northbound
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

The opening work of a major resurfacing scheme on the M3 between junctions 3 and 2 near Bagshot in Surrey is underway.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Glasgow’s green pupils show minister how they are fighting climate change at home and abroad
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Eco-conscious pupils from Govan High School today (10 December) told International Development Minister Mike Foster how they’ve worked together on joint climate change projects with their partner school in Malawi... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

‘cunning’ £13.5m drug smuggling gang jailed
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Five men involved with smuggling 4.7 tonnes of cannabis resin worth around £13.5 million were jailed for a total of 37 years today. The Cheshire-based gang members, who attempted to smuggle the drugs... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

A259 de la warr road resurfacing:bexhill-on-sea, east sussex
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Maintenance to the A259 De La Warr Road between Dorset Road and the A2036 Hastings Road junctions in Bexhill-on-Sea starts next week

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
“a low carbon future must bring opportunities for the many”
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

The change to a low carbon economy must ensure UK workers and consumers can take advantage of the opportunities it will bring, a new Government forum said today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
New head of property at shareholder executive is john mccready
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

John McCready is to head the new Property Unit within the Shareholder Executive, ShEx Chief Executive Stephen Lovegrove announced today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Coastguard helicopter base reaches 3,000th mission milestone
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

The Coastguard helicopter base at Portland has carried out its 3,000th mission.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Cornish sardine reels in eu approval to become uk’s latest protected food name
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

The Cornish Sardine is the latest UK product to be recognised under the EU Protected Food Names Scheme for its quality and regional identity.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Safety improvement on sunderland industrial estates
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

The safety of employees at industrial estates across Sunderland came under the microscope as the Health and Safety Executive and Sunderland City Council launched a joint inspection on premises.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Navy’s record-breaking drug-buster returns home
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Royal Navy warship HMS Iron Duke, which made a record-breaking drugs seizure in the North Atlantic in September, returns to her Portsmouth home on Monday (December 14).

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
New initiative to prevent ‘next global pandemic’
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

·        DFID targets hotspots for spread of animal-to-human diseases

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Cornish sardine reels in eu approval to become uk’s latest protected food name
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

The Cornish Sardine is the latest UK product to be recognised under the EU Protected Food Names Scheme for its quality and regional identity.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Pbr boost for green growth
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Substantial new funding to support a green economic recovery in the UK has been announced by the Chancellor in his Pre-Budget Report. This announcement cements the UK’s position as a leader in climate change ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Food company fined after worker’s fingertip was severed
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

A food production company has today been fined £20,000 following an incident where a man had his fingertip severed at a factory in Southall.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Cornish sardine reels in eu approval to become uk’s latest protected food name
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

The Cornish Sardine is the latest UK product to be recognised under the EU Protected Food Names Scheme for its quality and regional identity.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Draft orders published for plans to upgrade a21 between tonbridge and pembury to dual carriageway
seen at 06:37, 11 December in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

EMBARGOED UNTIL 00.01, 11 DECEMBER 2009 Plans for a £125m scheme to upgrade the A21 to dual carriageway between Tonbridge and Pembury have been published today.  This scheme aims to reduce travel delays... Read more Comment (0), Email this.