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21 January 2010

Not your bog standard day
seen at 07:14, 21 January in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

Thomas Crapper Day (27 January 2010) marks the 100th anniversary of Thomas Crapper’s1 death, and the Consumer Council for Water is calling for consumers to take a minute to reflect on where we might be without... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Not your bog standard day
seen at 07:13, 21 January in Adjudicators Office News - South West.

Thomas Crapper Day (27 January 2010) marks the 100th anniversary of Thomas Crapper’s1 death, and the Consumer Council for Water is calling for consumers to take a minute to reflect on where we might be without... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Tax return deadline is looming
seen at 07:13, 21 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The 31 January Self Assessment tax return deadline isn’t far away, so if you haven’t yet sent your return to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), you need to act quickly to avoid a £100 penalty.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Welfare reform – fewer people left behind in this recession
seen at 07:13, 21 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

A new test which focuses on what people can do rather than what they can't is keeping more people seeking work, new figures show today. Thousands of people are now moving towards work rather than being left to... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Top british designers and architects to improve privacy and dignity in nhs hospitals
seen at 07:13, 21 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Top British designers and architects are working with the NHS to improve the experience of patients in hospital.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Longer franchises, more scope for innovation and new measures to penalise operators who walk away
seen at 07:13, 21 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Future rail franchises will be let for a minimum of ten years - with even longer contracts of up to 22 years possible in return for additional investment. Train operators are also to get more scope for innovation... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

New home office chief scientific adviser announced
seen at 07:13, 21 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Professor Bernard Silverman has been appointed as the new Chief Scientific Adviser to the Home Office it was announced today.  He will replace Professor Paul Wiles who is leaving Government service after holding... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Unemployment and youth unemployment fall as government increases help for unemployed
seen at 07:13, 21 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The government today welcomed the drop in the December unemployment and youth unemployment figures but warned that the jobless total was still expected to rise again before the summer.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Teachers urged to take up tax matters
seen at 07:13, 21 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

With tax and public spending high on the news agenda, teachers are being urged to take advantage of a free, online teaching resource that helps pupils learn just what tax is all about.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
It’s a sign! traxx™ frame technology sees global success
seen at 07:13, 21 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Kent company Carmelion Ltd ended 2009 on a high after securing a major deal with Australian supermarket chain Coles for its Traxx™ framing system for advertising on vehicles. After seeing the benefit from their... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Not your bog standard day
seen at 07:13, 21 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Thomas Crapper Day (27 January 2010) marks the 100th anniversary of Thomas Crapper’s1 death, and the Consumer Council for Water is calling for consumers to take a minute to reflect on where we might be without... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Uk government leads way on buying sustainable timber
seen at 07:13, 21 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Environment Secretary Hilary Benn today announced that from 1 April 2010 new social criteria will be added to the UK Government’s timber procurement policy, to add to the existing requirement that all Government... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Statement from harriet harman, minister for women and equality, on the government's "support for all: the families and relationships green paper":
seen at 07:13, 21 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

"I am pleased that the Families and Relationships Green Paper reconfirms our commitment to support service families. The families of our service personnel have always held things together at home, and their task... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

North east roadworks update - 23rd january - 29th january
seen at 07:13, 21 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

A1M Junction 61, County Durham  Slight delays are expected on the A1M between junctions 61 and 60 for bridge repair works. There will be a 24 hour lane closure southbound. The works will take place until March... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Law enforcements top financial investigators celebrated at keith hughes award
seen at 07:13, 21 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The UK’s finest in law enforcement financial investigation, came together today to celebrate the winners of the Keith Hughes Award for Excellence in Financial Investigation, at the Brit Oval in London.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Aviation company fined £2,400 after painter fall
seen at 07:13, 21 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

A Southend-based company has been prosecuted after an aircraft painter was severely injured in a fall – leaving him unable to work for more than two years.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Eu dairy fund consultation launched
seen at 07:13, 21 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Dairy farmers are being asked for their views on how best to distribute England’s £16m (€18m) share of the EU Dairy Fund in a consultation launched by Defra today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Appointment of nicola smith to the social security advisory committee (ssac)
seen at 07:13, 21 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The Social Security Advisory Committee is pleased to announce that the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Yvette Cooper, has appointed Ms Nicola Smith, as a member of the SSAC for a term of three years... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Healey offers more housing choice for tenants
seen at 07:13, 21 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

More tenants across the country will have a greater say over where they want to live and what housing options are available to them after Housing Minister John Healey today announced over half a million pounds... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Local solutions already exist in fight against irresponsible drinking
seen at 07:13, 21 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Moves to curb irresponsible drinking have led to a call for a 'revisit of existing solutions', particularly in preventing sales of alcohol to young people.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Embargoed until 00:01 21 january 2010 - ombudsmen recommend £95,000 in compensation after seven years of ineffectiveness by three public bodies
seen at 07:13, 21 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The combined failings of three public bodies allowed illegal waste activities to go unchecked over a seven-year period with devastating effect, says an Ombudsmen report published today. Environmentally Unfriendly... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Tackling obesity can help narrow health inequalities in the south east
seen at 07:13, 21 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Promoting healthy eating and an active lifestyle in the South East were top of the agenda today (21 January 2010) as a host of health professionals, leisure and fitness workers and regional and local government... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Embargoed until 00:01 thursday 21 january 2010 - government launches one-stop shop for data
seen at 07:12, 21 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

A major new website has been launched to the public which gives anyone who wants to use it unprecedented and free access to government data in one place.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Tax return deadline is looming
seen at 07:04, 21 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The 31 January Self Assessment tax return deadline isn’t far away, so if you haven’t yet sent your return to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), you need to act quickly to avoid a £100 penalty.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Welfare reform – fewer people left behind in this recession
seen at 07:04, 21 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A new test which focuses on what people can do rather than what they can't is keeping more people seeking work, new figures show today. Thousands of people are now moving towards work rather than being left to... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Top british designers and architects to improve privacy and dignity in nhs hospitals
seen at 07:04, 21 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Top British designers and architects are working with the NHS to improve the experience of patients in hospital.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Longer franchises, more scope for innovation and new measures to penalise operators who walk away
seen at 07:04, 21 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Future rail franchises will be let for a minimum of ten years - with even longer contracts of up to 22 years possible in return for additional investment. Train operators are also to get more scope for innovation... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

New home office chief scientific adviser announced
seen at 07:04, 21 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Professor Bernard Silverman has been appointed as the new Chief Scientific Adviser to the Home Office it was announced today.  He will replace Professor Paul Wiles who is leaving Government service after holding... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Unemployment and youth unemployment fall as government increases help for unemployed
seen at 07:04, 21 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The government today welcomed the drop in the December unemployment and youth unemployment figures but warned that the jobless total was still expected to rise again before the summer.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Teachers urged to take up tax matters
seen at 07:04, 21 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

With tax and public spending high on the news agenda, teachers are being urged to take advantage of a free, online teaching resource that helps pupils learn just what tax is all about.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
It’s a sign! traxx™ frame technology sees global success
seen at 07:04, 21 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Kent company Carmelion Ltd ended 2009 on a high after securing a major deal with Australian supermarket chain Coles for its Traxx™ framing system for advertising on vehicles. After seeing the benefit from their... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Not your bog standard day
seen at 07:04, 21 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Thomas Crapper Day (27 January 2010) marks the 100th anniversary of Thomas Crapper’s1 death, and the Consumer Council for Water is calling for consumers to take a minute to reflect on where we might be without... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Uk government leads way on buying sustainable timber
seen at 07:04, 21 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Environment Secretary Hilary Benn today announced that from 1 April 2010 new social criteria will be added to the UK Government’s timber procurement policy, to add to the existing requirement that all Government... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Statement from harriet harman, minister for women and equality, on the government's "support for all: the families and relationships green paper":
seen at 07:04, 21 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

"I am pleased that the Families and Relationships Green Paper reconfirms our commitment to support service families. The families of our service personnel have always held things together at home, and their task... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

North east roadworks update - 23rd january - 29th january
seen at 07:04, 21 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A1M Junction 61, County Durham  Slight delays are expected on the A1M between junctions 61 and 60 for bridge repair works. There will be a 24 hour lane closure southbound. The works will take place until March... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Law enforcements top financial investigators celebrated at keith hughes award
seen at 07:03, 21 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The UK’s finest in law enforcement financial investigation, came together today to celebrate the winners of the Keith Hughes Award for Excellence in Financial Investigation, at the Brit Oval in London.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Aviation company fined £2,400 after painter fall
seen at 07:03, 21 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A Southend-based company has been prosecuted after an aircraft painter was severely injured in a fall – leaving him unable to work for more than two years.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Eu dairy fund consultation launched
seen at 07:03, 21 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Dairy farmers are being asked for their views on how best to distribute England’s £16m (€18m) share of the EU Dairy Fund in a consultation launched by Defra today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Appointment of nicola smith to the social security advisory committee (ssac)
seen at 07:03, 21 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The Social Security Advisory Committee is pleased to announce that the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Yvette Cooper, has appointed Ms Nicola Smith, as a member of the SSAC for a term of three years... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Healey offers more housing choice for tenants
seen at 07:03, 21 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

More tenants across the country will have a greater say over where they want to live and what housing options are available to them after Housing Minister John Healey today announced over half a million pounds... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Local solutions already exist in fight against irresponsible drinking
seen at 07:03, 21 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Moves to curb irresponsible drinking have led to a call for a 'revisit of existing solutions', particularly in preventing sales of alcohol to young people.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Embargoed until 00:01 21 january 2010 - ombudsmen recommend £95,000 in compensation after seven years of ineffectiveness by three public bodies
seen at 07:03, 21 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The combined failings of three public bodies allowed illegal waste activities to go unchecked over a seven-year period with devastating effect, says an Ombudsmen report published today. Environmentally Unfriendly... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Tackling obesity can help narrow health inequalities in the south east
seen at 07:03, 21 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Promoting healthy eating and an active lifestyle in the South East were top of the agenda today (21 January 2010) as a host of health professionals, leisure and fitness workers and regional and local government... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Embargoed until 00:01 thursday 21 january 2010 - government launches one-stop shop for data
seen at 07:03, 21 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A major new website has been launched to the public which gives anyone who wants to use it unprecedented and free access to government data in one place.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Not your bog standard day
seen at 07:00, 21 January in Acas News - South West.

Thomas Crapper Day (27 January 2010) marks the 100th anniversary of Thomas Crapper’s1 death, and the Consumer Council for Water is calling for consumers to take a minute to reflect on where we might be without... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Aviation company fined £2,400 after painter fall
seen at 07:00, 21 January in Acas News - South West.

A Southend-based company has been prosecuted after an aircraft painter was severely injured in a fall – leaving him unable to work for more than two years.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Not your bog standard day
seen at 07:00, 21 January in The National Archives News - South West.

Thomas Crapper Day (27 January 2010) marks the 100th anniversary of Thomas Crapper’s1 death, and the Consumer Council for Water is calling for consumers to take a minute to reflect on where we might be without... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Not your bog standard day
seen at 06:58, 21 January in Assets Recovery Agency News - South West.

Thomas Crapper Day (27 January 2010) marks the 100th anniversary of Thomas Crapper’s1 death, and the Consumer Council for Water is calling for consumers to take a minute to reflect on where we might be without... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

North east roadworks update - 23rd january - 29th january
seen at 06:58, 21 January in Assets Recovery Agency News - South West.

A1M Junction 61, County Durham  Slight delays are expected on the A1M between junctions 61 and 60 for bridge repair works. There will be a 24 hour lane closure southbound. The works will take place until March... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Tax return deadline is looming
seen at 06:57, 21 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

The 31 January Self Assessment tax return deadline isn’t far away, so if you haven’t yet sent your return to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), you need to act quickly to avoid a £100 penalty.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Welfare reform – fewer people left behind in this recession
seen at 06:57, 21 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

A new test which focuses on what people can do rather than what they can't is keeping more people seeking work, new figures show today. Thousands of people are now moving towards work rather than being left to... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Top british designers and architects to improve privacy and dignity in nhs hospitals
seen at 06:57, 21 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Top British designers and architects are working with the NHS to improve the experience of patients in hospital.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Longer franchises, more scope for innovation and new measures to penalise operators who walk away
seen at 06:57, 21 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Future rail franchises will be let for a minimum of ten years - with even longer contracts of up to 22 years possible in return for additional investment. Train operators are also to get more scope for innovation... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

New home office chief scientific adviser announced
seen at 06:57, 21 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Professor Bernard Silverman has been appointed as the new Chief Scientific Adviser to the Home Office it was announced today.  He will replace Professor Paul Wiles who is leaving Government service after holding... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Unemployment and youth unemployment fall as government increases help for unemployed
seen at 06:57, 21 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

The government today welcomed the drop in the December unemployment and youth unemployment figures but warned that the jobless total was still expected to rise again before the summer.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Teachers urged to take up tax matters
seen at 06:57, 21 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

With tax and public spending high on the news agenda, teachers are being urged to take advantage of a free, online teaching resource that helps pupils learn just what tax is all about.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
It’s a sign! traxx™ frame technology sees global success
seen at 06:57, 21 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Kent company Carmelion Ltd ended 2009 on a high after securing a major deal with Australian supermarket chain Coles for its Traxx™ framing system for advertising on vehicles. After seeing the benefit from their... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Not your bog standard day
seen at 06:57, 21 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Thomas Crapper Day (27 January 2010) marks the 100th anniversary of Thomas Crapper’s1 death, and the Consumer Council for Water is calling for consumers to take a minute to reflect on where we might be without... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Uk government leads way on buying sustainable timber
seen at 06:57, 21 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Environment Secretary Hilary Benn today announced that from 1 April 2010 new social criteria will be added to the UK Government’s timber procurement policy, to add to the existing requirement that all Government... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Statement from harriet harman, minister for women and equality, on the government's "support for all: the families and relationships green paper":
seen at 06:57, 21 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

"I am pleased that the Families and Relationships Green Paper reconfirms our commitment to support service families. The families of our service personnel have always held things together at home, and their task... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

North east roadworks update - 23rd january - 29th january
seen at 06:57, 21 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

A1M Junction 61, County Durham  Slight delays are expected on the A1M between junctions 61 and 60 for bridge repair works. There will be a 24 hour lane closure southbound. The works will take place until March... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Law enforcements top financial investigators celebrated at keith hughes award
seen at 06:57, 21 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

The UK’s finest in law enforcement financial investigation, came together today to celebrate the winners of the Keith Hughes Award for Excellence in Financial Investigation, at the Brit Oval in London.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Aviation company fined £2,400 after painter fall
seen at 06:57, 21 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

A Southend-based company has been prosecuted after an aircraft painter was severely injured in a fall – leaving him unable to work for more than two years.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Eu dairy fund consultation launched
seen at 06:56, 21 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Dairy farmers are being asked for their views on how best to distribute England’s £16m (€18m) share of the EU Dairy Fund in a consultation launched by Defra today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Appointment of nicola smith to the social security advisory committee (ssac)
seen at 06:56, 21 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

The Social Security Advisory Committee is pleased to announce that the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Yvette Cooper, has appointed Ms Nicola Smith, as a member of the SSAC for a term of three years... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Healey offers more housing choice for tenants
seen at 06:56, 21 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

More tenants across the country will have a greater say over where they want to live and what housing options are available to them after Housing Minister John Healey today announced over half a million pounds... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Local solutions already exist in fight against irresponsible drinking
seen at 06:56, 21 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Moves to curb irresponsible drinking have led to a call for a 'revisit of existing solutions', particularly in preventing sales of alcohol to young people.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Embargoed until 00:01 21 january 2010 - ombudsmen recommend £95,000 in compensation after seven years of ineffectiveness by three public bodies
seen at 06:56, 21 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

The combined failings of three public bodies allowed illegal waste activities to go unchecked over a seven-year period with devastating effect, says an Ombudsmen report published today. Environmentally Unfriendly... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Tackling obesity can help narrow health inequalities in the south east
seen at 06:56, 21 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Promoting healthy eating and an active lifestyle in the South East were top of the agenda today (21 January 2010) as a host of health professionals, leisure and fitness workers and regional and local government... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Embargoed until 00:01 thursday 21 january 2010 - government launches one-stop shop for data
seen at 06:56, 21 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

A major new website has been launched to the public which gives anyone who wants to use it unprecedented and free access to government data in one place.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Tax return deadline is looming
seen at 06:51, 21 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

The 31 January Self Assessment tax return deadline isn’t far away, so if you haven’t yet sent your return to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), you need to act quickly to avoid a £100 penalty.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Welfare reform – fewer people left behind in this recession
seen at 06:51, 21 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

A new test which focuses on what people can do rather than what they can't is keeping more people seeking work, new figures show today. Thousands of people are now moving towards work rather than being left to... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Top british designers and architects to improve privacy and dignity in nhs hospitals
seen at 06:51, 21 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Top British designers and architects are working with the NHS to improve the experience of patients in hospital.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Longer franchises, more scope for innovation and new measures to penalise operators who walk away
seen at 06:51, 21 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Future rail franchises will be let for a minimum of ten years - with even longer contracts of up to 22 years possible in return for additional investment. Train operators are also to get more scope for innovation... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

New home office chief scientific adviser announced
seen at 06:51, 21 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Professor Bernard Silverman has been appointed as the new Chief Scientific Adviser to the Home Office it was announced today.  He will replace Professor Paul Wiles who is leaving Government service after holding... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Unemployment and youth unemployment fall as government increases help for unemployed
seen at 06:51, 21 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

The government today welcomed the drop in the December unemployment and youth unemployment figures but warned that the jobless total was still expected to rise again before the summer.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Teachers urged to take up tax matters
seen at 06:51, 21 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

With tax and public spending high on the news agenda, teachers are being urged to take advantage of a free, online teaching resource that helps pupils learn just what tax is all about.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
It’s a sign! traxx™ frame technology sees global success
seen at 06:51, 21 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Kent company Carmelion Ltd ended 2009 on a high after securing a major deal with Australian supermarket chain Coles for its Traxx™ framing system for advertising on vehicles. After seeing the benefit from their... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Not your bog standard day
seen at 06:51, 21 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Thomas Crapper Day (27 January 2010) marks the 100th anniversary of Thomas Crapper’s1 death, and the Consumer Council for Water is calling for consumers to take a minute to reflect on where we might be without... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Uk government leads way on buying sustainable timber
seen at 06:51, 21 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Environment Secretary Hilary Benn today announced that from 1 April 2010 new social criteria will be added to the UK Government’s timber procurement policy, to add to the existing requirement that all Government... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Statement from harriet harman, minister for women and equality, on the government's "support for all: the families and relationships green paper":
seen at 06:51, 21 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

"I am pleased that the Families and Relationships Green Paper reconfirms our commitment to support service families. The families of our service personnel have always held things together at home, and their task... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

North east roadworks update - 23rd january - 29th january
seen at 06:51, 21 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

A1M Junction 61, County Durham  Slight delays are expected on the A1M between junctions 61 and 60 for bridge repair works. There will be a 24 hour lane closure southbound. The works will take place until March... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Law enforcements top financial investigators celebrated at keith hughes award
seen at 06:51, 21 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

The UK’s finest in law enforcement financial investigation, came together today to celebrate the winners of the Keith Hughes Award for Excellence in Financial Investigation, at the Brit Oval in London.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Aviation company fined £2,400 after painter fall
seen at 06:51, 21 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

A Southend-based company has been prosecuted after an aircraft painter was severely injured in a fall – leaving him unable to work for more than two years.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Eu dairy fund consultation launched
seen at 06:51, 21 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Dairy farmers are being asked for their views on how best to distribute England’s £16m (€18m) share of the EU Dairy Fund in a consultation launched by Defra today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Appointment of nicola smith to the social security advisory committee (ssac)
seen at 06:51, 21 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

The Social Security Advisory Committee is pleased to announce that the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Yvette Cooper, has appointed Ms Nicola Smith, as a member of the SSAC for a term of three years... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Healey offers more housing choice for tenants
seen at 06:51, 21 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

More tenants across the country will have a greater say over where they want to live and what housing options are available to them after Housing Minister John Healey today announced over half a million pounds... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Local solutions already exist in fight against irresponsible drinking
seen at 06:51, 21 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Moves to curb irresponsible drinking have led to a call for a 'revisit of existing solutions', particularly in preventing sales of alcohol to young people.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Embargoed until 00:01 21 january 2010 - ombudsmen recommend £95,000 in compensation after seven years of ineffectiveness by three public bodies
seen at 06:51, 21 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

The combined failings of three public bodies allowed illegal waste activities to go unchecked over a seven-year period with devastating effect, says an Ombudsmen report published today. Environmentally Unfriendly... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Tackling obesity can help narrow health inequalities in the south east
seen at 06:51, 21 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Promoting healthy eating and an active lifestyle in the South East were top of the agenda today (21 January 2010) as a host of health professionals, leisure and fitness workers and regional and local government... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Embargoed until 00:01 thursday 21 january 2010 - government launches one-stop shop for data
seen at 06:51, 21 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

A major new website has been launched to the public which gives anyone who wants to use it unprecedented and free access to government data in one place.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.