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19 January 2010

Keeping alive − a new year’s resolution for farmers in the east of england
seen at 07:29, 19 January in Adjudicators Office News - South West.

Farmers across the East of England are being encouraged to make their New Year’s resolution a promise to come home safe from the field.

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In or starting a business? free advice on offer in the east of england
seen at 07:29, 19 January in Adjudicators Office News - South West.

EA 01/10

Today’s businesses are facing tough times and the most successful know what help is available and make use of it.   That help is at hand for businesses in the East of England next month when HM... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Queen's bench master retirement
seen at 07:28, 19 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Master Rose retires on 19 January 2010.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Rural watchdog seeks to maximise value of economic well-being
seen at 07:28, 19 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The Commission for Rural Communities (CRC) believes that local authorities and other organisations should be making greater use of their ability to pursue policies and projects which increase the economic well... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Caravan safety awareness days for south west tourist industry
seen at 07:28, 19 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Caravan, camping and holiday parks across the South West are being offered expert health and safety advice in the run-up to the summer tourist season, thanks to a series of free events hosted by local authorities... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Uk set for new flights to bangladesh
seen at 07:28, 19 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Travellers flying between the UK and Bangladesh are set to enjoy more frequent flights and a greater choice of destinations after new air services arrangements were agreed, Transport Minister Paul Clark has announced... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Research shows civil service more diverse than ever before
seen at 07:28, 19 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Civil Servants come from more diverse backgrounds than ever before - according to new research.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Government acts to break through glass ceiling on social mobility
seen at 07:28, 19 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Business Minister, Pat McFadden, is today confirming the Government’s commitment to promoting the aspirations of all young people, whatever their background, and putting social mobility at the heart of plans ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Overnight roadworks to improve a38 slip roads at hartshay near ripley, derbyshire
seen at 07:28, 19 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Work will start on the evening of Friday 1 February to renew a high friction road surface and install yellow bar markings across the slip roads from the A38 to the A610 at Hartshay near Ripley in Derbyshire. Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Ethnic minority advisory group invites applications for membership
seen at 07:28, 19 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

DWP008/10 Those wanting to make a difference to the employment opportunities of ethnic minorities and influence Government policy are being urged to apply for membership of the Ethnic Minority Advisory Group... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Appointment of a high court judge
seen at 07:28, 19 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The Queen has been pleased to approve the appointment of Miss Nicola Velfor Davies, Q.C., to be a Justice of the High Court with effect from 22 January on the elevation of Mr. Justice Pitchford to the Court of... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Keeping alive − a new year’s resolution for farmers in the east of england
seen at 07:28, 19 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Farmers across the East of England are being encouraged to make their New Year’s resolution a promise to come home safe from the field.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
In or starting a business? free advice on offer in the east of england
seen at 07:28, 19 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

EA 01/10

Today’s businesses are facing tough times and the most successful know what help is available and make use of it.   That help is at hand for businesses in the East of England next month when HM... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Research shows civil service more diverse than ever before - amended
seen at 07:28, 19 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Civil Servants come from more diverse backgrounds than ever before - according to new research.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Don’t get caught out by the lease extension timebomb
seen at 07:28, 19 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Unwelcome chickens may be coming home to roost for people who bought flats in the 1970s and 1980s on relatively short leases of 125 years. Leaseholders have rights in law to extend their leases by 90 years (Leasehold... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Retiring uk trade & investment staff take over 80 years of experience with them
seen at 07:28, 19 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

NE/011/10         

Two of the North East’s stalwarts of exports will soon bring to an end their careers with the UK Trade & Investment - careers that have seen them dedicate a total of 85 years to helping... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Children to be offered better protection against disease
seen at 07:28, 19 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Protection against scepticaemia and pneumococcal meningitis will be boosted from 7 to 13 strains of pneumococcal  bacteria.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Queen's bench master retirement
seen at 07:20, 19 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Master Rose retires on 19 January 2010.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Rural watchdog seeks to maximise value of economic well-being
seen at 07:20, 19 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The Commission for Rural Communities (CRC) believes that local authorities and other organisations should be making greater use of their ability to pursue policies and projects which increase the economic well... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Caravan safety awareness days for south west tourist industry
seen at 07:20, 19 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Caravan, camping and holiday parks across the South West are being offered expert health and safety advice in the run-up to the summer tourist season, thanks to a series of free events hosted by local authorities... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Uk set for new flights to bangladesh
seen at 07:20, 19 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Travellers flying between the UK and Bangladesh are set to enjoy more frequent flights and a greater choice of destinations after new air services arrangements were agreed, Transport Minister Paul Clark has announced... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Research shows civil service more diverse than ever before
seen at 07:20, 19 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Civil Servants come from more diverse backgrounds than ever before - according to new research.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Government acts to break through glass ceiling on social mobility
seen at 07:20, 19 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Business Minister, Pat McFadden, is today confirming the Government’s commitment to promoting the aspirations of all young people, whatever their background, and putting social mobility at the heart of plans ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Overnight roadworks to improve a38 slip roads at hartshay near ripley, derbyshire
seen at 07:20, 19 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Work will start on the evening of Friday 1 February to renew a high friction road surface and install yellow bar markings across the slip roads from the A38 to the A610 at Hartshay near Ripley in Derbyshire. Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Ethnic minority advisory group invites applications for membership
seen at 07:20, 19 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

DWP008/10 Those wanting to make a difference to the employment opportunities of ethnic minorities and influence Government policy are being urged to apply for membership of the Ethnic Minority Advisory Group... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Appointment of a high court judge
seen at 07:20, 19 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The Queen has been pleased to approve the appointment of Miss Nicola Velfor Davies, Q.C., to be a Justice of the High Court with effect from 22 January on the elevation of Mr. Justice Pitchford to the Court of... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Keeping alive − a new year’s resolution for farmers in the east of england
seen at 07:20, 19 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Farmers across the East of England are being encouraged to make their New Year’s resolution a promise to come home safe from the field.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
In or starting a business? free advice on offer in the east of england
seen at 07:20, 19 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

EA 01/10

Today’s businesses are facing tough times and the most successful know what help is available and make use of it.   That help is at hand for businesses in the East of England next month when HM... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Research shows civil service more diverse than ever before - amended
seen at 07:20, 19 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Civil Servants come from more diverse backgrounds than ever before - according to new research.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Don’t get caught out by the lease extension timebomb
seen at 07:20, 19 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Unwelcome chickens may be coming home to roost for people who bought flats in the 1970s and 1980s on relatively short leases of 125 years. Leaseholders have rights in law to extend their leases by 90 years (Leasehold... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Retiring uk trade & investment staff take over 80 years of experience with them
seen at 07:20, 19 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

NE/011/10         

Two of the North East’s stalwarts of exports will soon bring to an end their careers with the UK Trade & Investment - careers that have seen them dedicate a total of 85 years to helping... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Children to be offered better protection against disease
seen at 07:20, 19 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Protection against scepticaemia and pneumococcal meningitis will be boosted from 7 to 13 strains of pneumococcal  bacteria.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Caravan safety awareness days for south west tourist industry
seen at 07:17, 19 January in Acas News - South West.

Caravan, camping and holiday parks across the South West are being offered expert health and safety advice in the run-up to the summer tourist season, thanks to a series of free events hosted by local authorities... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Overnight roadworks to improve a38 slip roads at hartshay near ripley, derbyshire
seen at 07:16, 19 January in The National Archives News - South West.

Work will start on the evening of Friday 1 February to renew a high friction road surface and install yellow bar markings across the slip roads from the A38 to the A610 at Hartshay near Ripley in Derbyshire. Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Retiring uk trade & investment staff take over 80 years of experience with them
seen at 07:14, 19 January in Assets Recovery Agency News - South West.

NE/011/10         

Two of the North East’s stalwarts of exports will soon bring to an end their careers with the UK Trade & Investment - careers that have seen them dedicate a total of 85 years to helping... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Queen's bench master retirement
seen at 07:13, 19 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Master Rose retires on 19 January 2010.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Rural watchdog seeks to maximise value of economic well-being
seen at 07:13, 19 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

The Commission for Rural Communities (CRC) believes that local authorities and other organisations should be making greater use of their ability to pursue policies and projects which increase the economic well... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Caravan safety awareness days for south west tourist industry
seen at 07:13, 19 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Caravan, camping and holiday parks across the South West are being offered expert health and safety advice in the run-up to the summer tourist season, thanks to a series of free events hosted by local authorities... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Uk set for new flights to bangladesh
seen at 07:13, 19 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Travellers flying between the UK and Bangladesh are set to enjoy more frequent flights and a greater choice of destinations after new air services arrangements were agreed, Transport Minister Paul Clark has announced... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Research shows civil service more diverse than ever before
seen at 07:13, 19 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Civil Servants come from more diverse backgrounds than ever before - according to new research.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Government acts to break through glass ceiling on social mobility
seen at 07:13, 19 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Business Minister, Pat McFadden, is today confirming the Government’s commitment to promoting the aspirations of all young people, whatever their background, and putting social mobility at the heart of plans ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Overnight roadworks to improve a38 slip roads at hartshay near ripley, derbyshire
seen at 07:13, 19 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Work will start on the evening of Friday 1 February to renew a high friction road surface and install yellow bar markings across the slip roads from the A38 to the A610 at Hartshay near Ripley in Derbyshire. Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Ethnic minority advisory group invites applications for membership
seen at 07:13, 19 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

DWP008/10 Those wanting to make a difference to the employment opportunities of ethnic minorities and influence Government policy are being urged to apply for membership of the Ethnic Minority Advisory Group... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Appointment of a high court judge
seen at 07:13, 19 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

The Queen has been pleased to approve the appointment of Miss Nicola Velfor Davies, Q.C., to be a Justice of the High Court with effect from 22 January on the elevation of Mr. Justice Pitchford to the Court of... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Keeping alive − a new year’s resolution for farmers in the east of england
seen at 07:13, 19 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Farmers across the East of England are being encouraged to make their New Year’s resolution a promise to come home safe from the field.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
In or starting a business? free advice on offer in the east of england
seen at 07:13, 19 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

EA 01/10

Today’s businesses are facing tough times and the most successful know what help is available and make use of it.   That help is at hand for businesses in the East of England next month when HM... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Research shows civil service more diverse than ever before - amended
seen at 07:13, 19 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Civil Servants come from more diverse backgrounds than ever before - according to new research.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Don’t get caught out by the lease extension timebomb
seen at 07:13, 19 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Unwelcome chickens may be coming home to roost for people who bought flats in the 1970s and 1980s on relatively short leases of 125 years. Leaseholders have rights in law to extend their leases by 90 years (Leasehold... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Retiring uk trade & investment staff take over 80 years of experience with them
seen at 07:13, 19 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

NE/011/10         

Two of the North East’s stalwarts of exports will soon bring to an end their careers with the UK Trade & Investment - careers that have seen them dedicate a total of 85 years to helping... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Children to be offered better protection against disease
seen at 07:13, 19 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Protection against scepticaemia and pneumococcal meningitis will be boosted from 7 to 13 strains of pneumococcal  bacteria.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Queen's bench master retirement
seen at 07:06, 19 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Master Rose retires on 19 January 2010.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Rural watchdog seeks to maximise value of economic well-being
seen at 07:06, 19 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

The Commission for Rural Communities (CRC) believes that local authorities and other organisations should be making greater use of their ability to pursue policies and projects which increase the economic well... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Caravan safety awareness days for south west tourist industry
seen at 07:06, 19 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Caravan, camping and holiday parks across the South West are being offered expert health and safety advice in the run-up to the summer tourist season, thanks to a series of free events hosted by local authorities... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Uk set for new flights to bangladesh
seen at 07:06, 19 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Travellers flying between the UK and Bangladesh are set to enjoy more frequent flights and a greater choice of destinations after new air services arrangements were agreed, Transport Minister Paul Clark has announced... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Research shows civil service more diverse than ever before
seen at 07:06, 19 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Civil Servants come from more diverse backgrounds than ever before - according to new research.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Government acts to break through glass ceiling on social mobility
seen at 07:06, 19 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Business Minister, Pat McFadden, is today confirming the Government’s commitment to promoting the aspirations of all young people, whatever their background, and putting social mobility at the heart of plans ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Overnight roadworks to improve a38 slip roads at hartshay near ripley, derbyshire
seen at 07:06, 19 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Work will start on the evening of Friday 1 February to renew a high friction road surface and install yellow bar markings across the slip roads from the A38 to the A610 at Hartshay near Ripley in Derbyshire. Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Ethnic minority advisory group invites applications for membership
seen at 07:06, 19 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

DWP008/10 Those wanting to make a difference to the employment opportunities of ethnic minorities and influence Government policy are being urged to apply for membership of the Ethnic Minority Advisory Group... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Appointment of a high court judge
seen at 07:06, 19 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

The Queen has been pleased to approve the appointment of Miss Nicola Velfor Davies, Q.C., to be a Justice of the High Court with effect from 22 January on the elevation of Mr. Justice Pitchford to the Court of... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Keeping alive − a new year’s resolution for farmers in the east of england
seen at 07:06, 19 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Farmers across the East of England are being encouraged to make their New Year’s resolution a promise to come home safe from the field.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
In or starting a business? free advice on offer in the east of england
seen at 07:06, 19 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

EA 01/10

Today’s businesses are facing tough times and the most successful know what help is available and make use of it.   That help is at hand for businesses in the East of England next month when HM... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Research shows civil service more diverse than ever before - amended
seen at 07:06, 19 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Civil Servants come from more diverse backgrounds than ever before - according to new research.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Don’t get caught out by the lease extension timebomb
seen at 07:06, 19 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Unwelcome chickens may be coming home to roost for people who bought flats in the 1970s and 1980s on relatively short leases of 125 years. Leaseholders have rights in law to extend their leases by 90 years (Leasehold... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Retiring uk trade & investment staff take over 80 years of experience with them
seen at 07:06, 19 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

NE/011/10         

Two of the North East’s stalwarts of exports will soon bring to an end their careers with the UK Trade & Investment - careers that have seen them dedicate a total of 85 years to helping... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Children to be offered better protection against disease
seen at 07:06, 19 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Protection against scepticaemia and pneumococcal meningitis will be boosted from 7 to 13 strains of pneumococcal  bacteria.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.