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29 March 2010

Black to black - hms triumph gets up close and personal with astute, the royal navy's newest submarine
seen at 20:29, 29 March in Charity Commission News - South West.

You wouldn't want to meet them on a dark night, but luckily the Royal Navy's most advanced attack submarine, Astute, and the service's newest Trafalgar class boat are on the same side - and, for that matter, ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Eagle: new ehrc scotland commissioner
seen at 20:29, 29 March in Charity Commission News - South West.

Monday 29 March 2010 Maria Eagle, Deputy Minister for Women and Equality, today announced the appointment of Kaliani Lyle as the new Scotland Commissioner for the Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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Home secretary bans mephedrone
seen at 20:29, 29 March in Charity Commission News - South West.

Mephedrone and its related compounds are to be banned and made Class B drugs following recommendations from the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs (ACMD), Home Secretary Alan Johnson announced today.

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Aberdeenshire bus company taken off the road by traffic commissioner
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

An Aberdeenshire bus company, Keirs Coaches (Kintore) Ltd, Inverurie, has had its operator licence revoked, following a Public Inquiry held by the Traffic Commissioner for Scotland, Joan Aitken.  The inquiry ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

National construction college scotland backs hse campaign to prevent falls from height
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

The National Construction College Scotland today backed a major Health and Safety Executive (HSE) campaign to reduce the number of deaths and injuries caused by slips, trips and falls in the workplace.

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Hse helps to prevent accidents on western isles fish farms
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

An event in Stornoway tomorrow to get Scottish Fish Farmers to thinking about whether they could be doing more to protect themselves has proved so popular that it is fully subscribed.

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Grandfather and grandson pulled from mud
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

At 09.20 this morning Aberdeen Coastguard received a 999 call from 2 wildfowlers in Munlochy Bay, Black Isle, stating they were stuck in the mud in a rising tide.

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Minister praises generosity of dumfries residents as he visits refurbished oxfam shop
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

The people of Dumfries have been praised for their generosity as Minister of State for International Development Gareth Thomas visited the town’s newly refurbished Oxfam shop.

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Scottish employers – paye attention to spring changes
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has issued an urgent alert to employers in Scotland – important PAYE changes are coming this spring, so make sure you’re prepared for them.

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Canoeist rescued from the water at dunoon
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

43/10 At eleven minutes past four this afternoon, Clyde Coastguard received a 999 call from a member of the public who could see something floating in the water.

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Games mean jobs - timms
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

The computer games industry is key to the future economic success of Scotland and will continue to support jobs and innovation in Dundee, UK Minister for Digital Britain Stephen Timms will say today at a visit... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Business, government must work together to secure global recovery: prime minister says
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

Prime Minister Gordon Brown said today that international business and government should work together to secure a global recovery in 2010.

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North east forestry workers urged to sign up for safety event
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

In an effort to reduce the high number of injuries in one of Britain’s most dangerous industries forestry workers from across the North East of Scotland are being encouraged to attend a free event next month.Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Import duty free and save cash
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

British manufacturers could save millions of pounds in import duties through an EU scheme promoted by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS).

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Tribunal dismisses appeal by perthshire bus company
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

The Upper Tribunal, formerly recognised as the Transport Tribunal, has upheld the decision of the Deputy Traffic Commissioner, Tom Macartney to fine £1,650 and indefinitely revoke and disqualify the... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Hse launches crackdown on dangerous construction sites in east scotland
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

HSE inspectors are to launch an intensive inspection initiative aimed at stopping dangerous practices on building sites in the East of Scotland from Edinburgh to Aberdeen.

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Hse launches crackdown on dangerous construction sites in central and west scotland
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

HSE inspectors have launched an intensive inspection initiative aimed at stopping dangerous practices on building sites in central and west Scotland.

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The true cost to glasgow businesses of slips, trips and falls in the workplace
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

Glasgow businesses lost at least 1, 344 working days in 2008/09 as a result of slips, trips and falls in the workplace.

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The true cost to edinburgh businesses of slips, trips and falls in the workplace
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

Edinburgh businesses lost at least 777 working days in 2008/09 as a result of slips, trips and falls in the workplace.

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The true cost to dundee businesses of slips, trips and falls in the workplace
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

Dundee businesses lost at least 261 working days in 2008/09 as a result of slips, trips and falls in the workplace.

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The true cost to aberdeen businesses of slips, trips and falls in the workplace
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

Aberdeen businesses lost at least 465 working days in 2008/09 as a result of slips, trips and falls in the workplace.

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Falkirk wheel turns in support of national safety campaign
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

British Waterways Scotland is backing a national campaign by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to make people aware of the potentially devastating consequences of slips, trips and falls in the workplace.Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Are you up to date?
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

Because there is no hiding place for road tax evaders in Glasgow

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‘do your bit’ to reduce death and injury in scottish workplaces
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

Bosses are being encouraged to get their employees more involved in health and safety in a bid to reduce injury and ill health.

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Tax credits cheat jailed
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

A Johnstone man, who fraudulently claimed £18k in tax credits by claiming for four fictitious children and alleging one of them was disabled, has been jailed today for fifteen months.

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Construction company fined £10,000 after workers taken to hospital with lead poisoning
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) today issued a reminder on the dangers of exposure to lead paint in the workplace.  It follows the prosecution of a Perthshire company after two workers were admitted to ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Penalty warning to vehicle tax evaders in glasgow
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

Motorists in Glasgow were warned of the ultimate penalty of vehicle tax evasion yesterday - a crushed car - at Braehead Shopping Centre on Kings Inch Road.

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Aberdeenshire company fined after apprentice joiner injured in fall
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

An Ellon based firm has been fined after a 17-year-old apprentice joiner fell from the first floor of a house he was working on.

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Aberdeen haulage operator has licence suspended after wheel came off lorry
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

The Traffic Commissioner for Scotland has suspended the licence of an Aberdeen-based haulage operator for 10 days after learning that a wheel came off one of their vehicles on the A90 near Finavon, Forfar, Angus... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Maritime safety information: navtex 490 khz
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

Inshore Weather forecasts from Malin Head, Republic of Ireland from 1st April 2010

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Go-ahead given for gas development west of shetland
seen at 18:30, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

The UK Government today gave consent for Total and Dong Energy to develop the Laggan and Tormore gas fields, which lie in 600 metres of water and in one of the most hostile environments in the UK.

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Lord mandelson’s speech at the federation of small businesses annual conference - aberdeen 19 march 2010
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

It is a real pleasure to be in Scotland as always. I would like to thank John Wright for all his work as National Chair. His timely and on the point advice on the support businesses need has been heard loud and... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

David lammy appoints three new student loans company directors
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

Minister of State for Higher Education, David Lammy announced the appointment of three new non-executive directors of the Student Loans Company Limited (SLC) today.

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Vessel under tow by coastguard tug in very heavy weather
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

In the early hours of this morning Shetland Coastguard were notified of a mechanical breakdown on board the ‘Wilson Dover’ a 1993 built, general cargo ship flying the Barbados flag. Her deadweight is 3269 tons... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Public warned of car boot criminals this easter
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

Local people are being warned by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) to be on the look out for traders selling counterfeit and smuggled cigarettes as the car boot season gets underway this Easter.

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Government hails gas field order for hartlepool workers at corus
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

The Business Secretary Lord Mandelson welcomed news today (23 March) that the Corus pipe mill at Hartlepool has signed a letter of award for a contract worth almost £200 million as part of Total’s new... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Budget report 2010 for scotland
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

The Government’s objective is to build a strong economy and a fair society where there is opportunity and security for all.

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Businesses cluster to celebrate uk success stories
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

Minister for Business, Ian Lucas, tonight presented the UK’s first-ever "Cluster Marks"- a new award recognising the best of Britain’s manufacturing clusters and their valuable contribution to the country’s economic... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Preferred bidders announced for independently funded news consortia pilots
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

Culture Secretary Ben Bradshaw today announced the preferred bidders for the three independently funded news consortia (IFNC) pilots in Scotland, Wales and the Tyne Tees/Border region in England.

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Cash for companies to start building smart cities
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

Eight companies and their collaborative partners have been given grants by the Department of Energy and Climate Change today to explore smart technology.

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Summertime begins
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

Summer time will start on Sunday 28 March at 1.00am GMT throughout European Union Member States.  The clocks go forward an hour.  This means that at 1.00am (GMT) the UK will move to 2.00am British Summer Time... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Migration advisory committee publishes recommendations for shortage occupation list
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

Issued by the News Distribution Service on behalf of The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC)

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Next steps for post office banking announced
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

Business Secretary Lord Mandelson today announced a major expansion of the financial services offered by the Post Office, in a drive to put banking back into the heart of communities and making the Post Office... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

West midlands motorway and trunk road maintenance programme
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

15-21 MARCH 2010

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It’s a family affair as sisters’ schools both achieve ‘outstanding’ status
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

Two West Midlands sisters are keeping it in the family by both being honoured by Ofsted in a celebratory event recognising outstanding schools in England.

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New business support leaflet for struggling market stalls
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

A new advice leaflet for market traders offers stall owners free business ‘health checks’, Markets Minister Rosie Winterton announced today.

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Highways agency to install protective screens on woodway lane footbridge after objects thrown from bridge
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

From next Monday, the Highways Agency will begin work to install protective screens on the Woodway Lane footbridge which crosses the M6 between Junction 2 (Coventry) and Junction 3 (Bedworth). This follows repeated... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

M6 delivering managed motorways traffic management update for saturday 20 march 2010
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

The Highways Agency will be carrying out work overnight this Saturday to install new overhead gantries, signs and signals as part of the expansion of the Managed Motorway scheme on the M6.

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Adjudicator publishes a decision on the statutory proposals to discontinue manor foundation business enterprise and sports college and menzies high school science college and open a national challenge trust school in west bromwich, west midlands
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

The Office of the Schools Adjudicator has published a decision on the Statutory Proposals to discontinue Manor Foundation Business Enterprise and Sports College and Menzies High School Science College and Open... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Tackling the neet problem -- birmingham city council highlighted in new report
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

While the proportion of young people not in education, employment or training continues to rise, a report published today (Wednesday)  by Ofsted, the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Tackling the neet problem -- dudley council highlights in new report
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

While the proportion of young people not in education, employment or training continues to rise, a report published today (Wednesday)  by Ofsted, the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

West midlands pushes fruit and veg to the shop front
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

A total of 18 corner shops across the West Midlands are being freshened up with help from Change4Life to sell more fruit and veg – so more people can get their 5 A Day, Public Health Minister Gillian Merron said... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Help for african caribbean businesses at hse event
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

African Caribbean businesses in Birmingham and the Black Country are being invited to learn about the importance of health and safety.

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First step for scheme to extend metro
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

An extension to the existing Midland Metro system is one step closer following an announcement by Transport Minister Chris Mole today.

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Akabusi to inspire black country schools to greater glory
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

Olympic athlete Kriss Akabusi will be inspiring local schools to chase their own gold medal dreams next week when he appears as guest speaker at the Black Country Education Show.

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West midlands motorway and trunk road maintenance programme
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

22-28 March 2010

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Cigarette ‘pasta’ smugglers sentenced
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

An operation to smash a cigarette smuggling ring by criminal investigators from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has resulted in three men from the West Midlands being sentenced today.

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Help for west midlands historic places of worship
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

What condition are England’s listed churches and other historic faith buildings really in and what will most help the congregations whose task it is to maintain them? Most of the country’s 14,500 listed places... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Public warned of car boot criminals this easter
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

Local people are being warned by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) to be on the look out for traders selling counterfeit and smuggled cigarettes as the car boot season gets underway this Easter.

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West midlands quitters sign up for smokefree quit kits, apps and facebook
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

Smokers in the West Midlands are turning to iPhones, Facebook and NHS Quit Kits, to support them when they decide to quit. The NHS Quit Kit launched at the start of this year and since then more than 44,000 people... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Adjudicator publishes a decision on the statutory proposals to discontinue three oaks primary school and stirchley primary school on 31 august 2010 and to establish a replacement foundation primary school in stirchley. telford on 1 september
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

The Office of the Schools Adjudicator has published a decision on the Statutory Proposal to discontinue Three Oaks Primary School and Stirchley Primary School on 31 August 2010 and to establish a replacement ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Penalty warning to vehicle tax evaders in birmingham
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

Motorists in Birmingham were warned of the ultimate penalty of vehicle tax evasion – a crushed car – in the Pallasades and Bull Ring, Birmingham (on Thursday 18th March.)

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Black country firm's cakes are perfect for overseas markets
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

Cakes made by a family-run Black Country firm are going down a treat in new markets, with help from UK Trade & Investment.

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Highways agency works with wildlife trust to protect environment during a438 resurfacing work
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

The Highways Agency is working closely with the Shropshire Wildlife Trust and local residents during improvement works on the A483 near Pant.

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Budget 2010 for the west midlands
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

The Government’s objective is to build a strong economy and a fair society where there is opportunity and security for all.

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Highways agency agrees measures to reduce impact of m6 gantry signs on local residents
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

This week, the Highways Agency will begin work to reduce the visual impact of gantry signs on residents who live next to the M6 at Junction 10 (Walsall).

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M6 delivering managed motorways traffic management update for thursday 25, friday 26 and saturday 27 march 2010
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

The Highways Agency will be carrying out work overnight later this week to install new overhead gantries, signs and signals as part of the expansion of the Managed Motorway scheme on the M6.

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Emergency gates to free trapped traffic on the a5 between telford and shrewsbury
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

The Highways Agency is looking to reduce the impact on road-users stuck in long queues behind serious incidents on the A5 near Telford in Shropshire.

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Thousands in the midlands tune in to non-stop travel news on their mobile phone
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

Thousands of road users in the Midlands are planning their journeys and helping to reduce congestion by tuning in to live broadcasts from the Highways Agency’s digital Traffic Radio service on their mobile phone... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Businesses cluster to celebrate uk success stories
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

Minister for Business, Ian Lucas, tonight presented the UK’s first-ever "Cluster Marks"- a new award recognising the best of Britain’s manufacturing clusters and their valuable contribution to the country’s economic... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

West midlands region set for share of £15m to kickstart bus services
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

Stoke-on-Trent, Warwickshire and Worcestershire are all set to benefit from a share of £15m Kickstart grants a for bus services - announced by Transport Minister Sadiq Khan today. The Kickstart programme... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Budget decision saves local foundry half a million pounds
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

Minister for Business, Pat McFadden, today visited local iron foundry Chamberlin & Hill in Walsall, part of the Chamberlin plc group of engineering companies. This follows the good news in the Budget that... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

£600 million boost for birmingham’s roads
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

More than £600m of Government funding will be made available to improve Birmingham's road network, Transport Minister Paul Clark announced today.

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West midlands - trapping burglars with technology
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

High-tech equipment, including surveillance cameras and tracking equipment, is being used by police to catch burglars thanks to a £2 million cash boost Home Office Minister Alan Campbell announced today... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Summertime begins
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

Summer time will start on Sunday 28 March at 1.00am GMT throughout European Union Member States.  The clocks go forward an hour.  This means that at 1.00am (GMT) the UK will move to 2.00am British Summer Time... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Green light for vital £24m west midlands road improvement
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

A major £24m road improvement to cut congestion and boost the regeneration of the Black Country was given the go-ahead today by Transport Minister Sadiq Khan.

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Meet the experts on doing business with the nordic and baltic states
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

Businesses in the West Midlands are being urged to take advantage of an exciting opportunity to find out more about trading in the Nordic and Baltic States from experts in these countries.

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West midlands motorway and trunk road maintenance programme
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

29 MARCH – 4 APRIL 2010

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Next steps for post office banking announced
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

Business Secretary Lord Mandelson today announced a major expansion of the financial services offered by the Post Office, in a drive to put banking back into the heart of communities and making the Post Office... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Roadworks lifted for easter bank holiday
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

Road users travelling on the 9534 carriageway miles of England’s motorways and major A roads over the Easter bank holiday will benefit from the suspension or completion of 60% of roadworks by the Highways Agency... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Firm fined after worker's arm trapped in drill
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

An engineering company has today been fined after one of its workers was injured when he got his arm trapped in a drilling machine.

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New dementia diagnosis project for worcestershire – key to living well with the condition
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

WM/626/10

People living in Worcestershire who are concerned they or family members might be suffering from early stages of dementia are about to benefit from a new service.

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Coventry celebrates achievements of city's young people
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

More than 500 young people from across Coventry came together at a special event at the Ricoh Arena on Friday night (26 March) to celebrate the achievements of 11 to 21-year-olds from the city.

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Bag it! bin it! highways agency talks a load of rubbish!
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adjudicators Office News - South West.

A push to get drivers to stop throwing litter onto the M25 from their vehicles begins today.

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Roadworks lifted for easter bank holiday
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adjudicators Office News - South West.

Road users travelling on the 9534 carriageway miles of England’s motorways and major A roads over the Easter bank holiday will benefit from the suspension or completion of 60% of roadworks by the Highways Agency... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

New scheme launched to inspire 500 young people through london 2012 games
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Adjudicators Office News - South West.

Young people in England and Wales are to be given the chance to become the first ever Opportunity 2012 graduates, Olympics Minister Tessa Jowell said today.

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Twenty two (22) companies formed for fraudulent purposes are wound up
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The companies had no intention of supplying goods already paid for

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Buy to let investors missing out on an easy way to boost the value of their flats
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Advisers at The Leasehold Advisory service (LEASE),  the government funded service providing completely free legal advice on leasehold matters,  report a growing frequency of calls from resident leaseholders ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Clear framework for services supporting children with the most severe conditions
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Children and young people affected by severe disability, injury or illness will be better supported thanks to a new national framework to help local services make clinical assessments. The new framework was published... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Recycling firm fined for flammable material used in arson attack
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

A York hazardous waste recycling company was today fined £40,000 for failing to safeguard flammable liquid that was used in an arson attack on the business.

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Weekly round up of road works in wiltshire, gloucestershire, somerset and bristol
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

A303 Podimore

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Teenage designers behind blackpool’s new youth centre embark on a fact finding mission
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Young people who are helping to design Blackpool’s new £4m youth centre went on a fact finding mission to Oldham and Manchester in search of good ideas.

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Government makes good progress reducing threat from dangerous weapons
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The UK Government has made significant progress in reducing the global threat from terrorist use of dangerous nuclear, radiological, biological and chemical materials and expertise, according to a report published... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Circuit bench appointments - penna and blunsdon
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

HM The Queen has appointed Jai Penna to be a Circuit Judge on the advice of the Lord Chancellor, the Right Honourable Jack Straw MP.  The Right Honourable The Lord Judge, Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

A new ambition in c.difficile prevention across the nhs
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

A new C.difficile objective will be introduced to drive down infections even further and ensure that all NHS organisations strive towards the level of the very best, Health Secretary Andy Burnham announced today... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Next steps for post office banking announced
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Business Secretary Lord Mandelson today announced a major expansion of the financial services offered by the Post Office, in a drive to put banking back into the heart of communities and making the Post Office... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Insulation made easy by britain's top businesses
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Today the launch of 'Insulate Today' brings together a group of leading businesses with Sainsbury's Energy and ACT ON CO2 as part of a pilot scheme to make it easier, cheaper and more appealing for quarter of... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Organ transplant allocation rules made more flexible for exceptional cases
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Organ donors will in future be allowed to donate their organs to a family member or close friend in need of a transplant under new rules, Health Minister Ann Keen announced today.

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Overnight closures for m53 bidston moss viaduct
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The M53 Bidston Moss Viaduct in Wallasey will be closed overnight for around two weeks in April to allow welding work on its steel beams to be carried out in safety.

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Environment minister dan norris announces £1m funding for the third sector to inspire sustainable living as part of the government’s legacy action plan for the london 2012 olympic games and paralympic games
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

A £1 million fund available to third sector organisations that help the UK live more sustainably was announced today by Environment Minister Dan Norris. The Inspiring Sustainable Living fund is part... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Spring changes for vat and paye
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is urging businesses to get ready for major changes to VAT and PAYE coming in this spring.

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Grandparents as influential as professional advisers on separation issues
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

New guide helps them to make sure their grandchildren are provided for.             

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Government welcomes siemens £80million plans to bring offshore wind production to the uk
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The Government today welcomed Siemens plans to invest £80million in the UK for offshore wind production facilities, following the Government’s Budget announcement of £60m for a competition... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

New organisation to help transform nhs and social care workforce planning
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

A new organisation is being set up to help NHS and social care bodies plan their workforce around delivering more productive and people centred care, Health Minister Ann Keen announced today.

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Business minister visits vauxhall car plant at ellesmere port
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The Business Minister Ian Lucas saw first hand today the efficiency of Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port plant as he toured the production line which makes the Astra.

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Three appointments to the advisory council on the misuse of drugs
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Issued by the News Distribution Service on behalf of the ACMD.

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Newton heath teens celebrate youth centre’s £500,000 makeover
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Teenagers in Newton Heath will be able to chill out in style, now that their youth centre has been given a £500,000 makeover.

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Little ‘graduates’ pledge to give university a go
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Primary school pupils in Manchester have ‘graduated’ from a course set up to give them a flavour of Higher and Further Education, and the world of work.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
New rules for businesses requesting ‘time to pay’ on large debts
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

New rules for businesses who want to reschedule large tax debts under HMRC’s Business Payment Support Service (BPSS) come into effect next month.

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Bag it! bin it! highways agency talks a load of rubbish!
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

A push to get drivers to stop throwing litter onto the M25 from their vehicles begins today.

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Bridge on the slide - “massive” a34 viaduct movement a success
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

An enormous civil engineering feat was achieved this weekend as a 5,000-tonne bridge deck was slid into place on the new A34 Wolvercote Viaduct.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Government and lga ask experts to offer boost for council building
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Housing Minister John Healey and the Local Government Association (LGA) today announced they are launching joint work to look at how councils can deliver new homes to tackle the shortage of affordable housing... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Leisure cruiser skipper fined £20,000 for going wrong way up the dover straits
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

At a hearing today in Folkstone Magistrates Court, Mr Keith Jonathon MacGregor, from Flimwell, East Sussex, pleaded guilty to a breach of the Regulations for preventing collisions at Sea (COLREGS).

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Roadworks lifted for easter bank holiday
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Road users travelling on the 9534 carriageway miles of England’s motorways and major A roads over the Easter bank holiday will benefit from the suspension or completion of 60% of roadworks by the Highways Agency... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Bolton students tune in to manchester’s media opportunities
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

A comedy phone-in called ‘Ask the Milkman’, an 80’s music quiz for teachers, games with goodie bag prizes and a varied playlist featuring everything from JLS to Bon Jovi are just some examples of programming ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Report into government progress on tackling the hazardous use of tobacco, alcohol and other drugs
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Issued by the News Distribution Service on behalf of the ACMD.

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Insolvency service cracks down on bankrupts who try to conceal assets
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Debtors who believe they can go bankrupt yet hide some of their assets from the Official Receiver have been told to think again by The Insolvency Service.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
New scheme launched to inspire 500 young people through london 2012 games
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Young people in England and Wales are to be given the chance to become the first ever Opportunity 2012 graduates, Olympics Minister Tessa Jowell said today.

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New safety requirements for motorcyclists and lorry and bus drivers
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Measures to improve skills and safety for new motorcycle riders, drivers of lorries and buses and new drivers who want to tow medium sized trailers were confirmed today by the Department for Transport (DfT) in... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Firm fined after worker's arm trapped in drill
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

An engineering company has today been fined after one of its workers was injured when he got his arm trapped in a drilling machine.

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New dementia diagnosis project for worcestershire – key to living well with the condition
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

WM/626/10

People living in Worcestershire who are concerned they or family members might be suffering from early stages of dementia are about to benefit from a new service.

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Coventry celebrates achievements of city's young people
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

More than 500 young people from across Coventry came together at a special event at the Ricoh Arena on Friday night (26 March) to celebrate the achievements of 11 to 21-year-olds from the city.

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Oldham and blackley students celebrate their success stories
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Students from Manchester and Oldham were celebrated for their storytelling abilities on Friday 19th March as winners of the Learning Force Inter-Schools’ English Challenge competition.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Building bridges to work – helping the long term unemployed back to work
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

DWP061/10 Long-term Jobseekers Allowance claimants will be given the guarantee of a job or work placement as part of the Government’s radical next stage of welfare reform.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Stone workers event is a resounding success
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

A stonemasons’ health and safety event in Vauxhall, south London, has been such a proved so successful that further events are now being arranged to answer the demand.

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Healey offers further boost to councils to tackle the tenancy cheats
seen at 18:29, 29 March in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Housing Minister John Healey has given councils and housing associations another 27,000 hot leads to potential tenancy cheats who fraudulently sublet the homes they have been allocated.

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Twenty two (22) companies formed for fraudulent purposes are wound up
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The companies had no intention of supplying goods already paid for

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Buy to let investors missing out on an easy way to boost the value of their flats
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Advisers at The Leasehold Advisory service (LEASE),  the government funded service providing completely free legal advice on leasehold matters,  report a growing frequency of calls from resident leaseholders ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Clear framework for services supporting children with the most severe conditions
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Children and young people affected by severe disability, injury or illness will be better supported thanks to a new national framework to help local services make clinical assessments. The new framework was published... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Recycling firm fined for flammable material used in arson attack
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A York hazardous waste recycling company was today fined £40,000 for failing to safeguard flammable liquid that was used in an arson attack on the business.

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Weekly round up of road works in wiltshire, gloucestershire, somerset and bristol
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A303 Podimore

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Teenage designers behind blackpool’s new youth centre embark on a fact finding mission
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Young people who are helping to design Blackpool’s new £4m youth centre went on a fact finding mission to Oldham and Manchester in search of good ideas.

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Government makes good progress reducing threat from dangerous weapons
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The UK Government has made significant progress in reducing the global threat from terrorist use of dangerous nuclear, radiological, biological and chemical materials and expertise, according to a report published... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Circuit bench appointments - penna and blunsdon
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

HM The Queen has appointed Jai Penna to be a Circuit Judge on the advice of the Lord Chancellor, the Right Honourable Jack Straw MP.  The Right Honourable The Lord Judge, Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

A new ambition in c.difficile prevention across the nhs
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A new C.difficile objective will be introduced to drive down infections even further and ensure that all NHS organisations strive towards the level of the very best, Health Secretary Andy Burnham announced today... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Next steps for post office banking announced
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Business Secretary Lord Mandelson today announced a major expansion of the financial services offered by the Post Office, in a drive to put banking back into the heart of communities and making the Post Office... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Insulation made easy by britain's top businesses
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Today the launch of 'Insulate Today' brings together a group of leading businesses with Sainsbury's Energy and ACT ON CO2 as part of a pilot scheme to make it easier, cheaper and more appealing for quarter of... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Organ transplant allocation rules made more flexible for exceptional cases
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Organ donors will in future be allowed to donate their organs to a family member or close friend in need of a transplant under new rules, Health Minister Ann Keen announced today.

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Overnight closures for m53 bidston moss viaduct
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The M53 Bidston Moss Viaduct in Wallasey will be closed overnight for around two weeks in April to allow welding work on its steel beams to be carried out in safety.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Environment minister dan norris announces £1m funding for the third sector to inspire sustainable living as part of the government’s legacy action plan for the london 2012 olympic games and paralympic games
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A £1 million fund available to third sector organisations that help the UK live more sustainably was announced today by Environment Minister Dan Norris. The Inspiring Sustainable Living fund is part... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Spring changes for vat and paye
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is urging businesses to get ready for major changes to VAT and PAYE coming in this spring.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Grandparents as influential as professional advisers on separation issues
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

New guide helps them to make sure their grandchildren are provided for.             

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Government welcomes siemens £80million plans to bring offshore wind production to the uk
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The Government today welcomed Siemens plans to invest £80million in the UK for offshore wind production facilities, following the Government’s Budget announcement of £60m for a competition... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

New organisation to help transform nhs and social care workforce planning
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A new organisation is being set up to help NHS and social care bodies plan their workforce around delivering more productive and people centred care, Health Minister Ann Keen announced today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Business minister visits vauxhall car plant at ellesmere port
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The Business Minister Ian Lucas saw first hand today the efficiency of Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port plant as he toured the production line which makes the Astra.

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Three appointments to the advisory council on the misuse of drugs
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Issued by the News Distribution Service on behalf of the ACMD.

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Newton heath teens celebrate youth centre’s £500,000 makeover
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Teenagers in Newton Heath will be able to chill out in style, now that their youth centre has been given a £500,000 makeover.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Little ‘graduates’ pledge to give university a go
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Primary school pupils in Manchester have ‘graduated’ from a course set up to give them a flavour of Higher and Further Education, and the world of work.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
New rules for businesses requesting ‘time to pay’ on large debts
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

New rules for businesses who want to reschedule large tax debts under HMRC’s Business Payment Support Service (BPSS) come into effect next month.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Bag it! bin it! highways agency talks a load of rubbish!
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A push to get drivers to stop throwing litter onto the M25 from their vehicles begins today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Bridge on the slide - “massive” a34 viaduct movement a success
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

An enormous civil engineering feat was achieved this weekend as a 5,000-tonne bridge deck was slid into place on the new A34 Wolvercote Viaduct.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Government and lga ask experts to offer boost for council building
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Housing Minister John Healey and the Local Government Association (LGA) today announced they are launching joint work to look at how councils can deliver new homes to tackle the shortage of affordable housing... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Leisure cruiser skipper fined £20,000 for going wrong way up the dover straits
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

At a hearing today in Folkstone Magistrates Court, Mr Keith Jonathon MacGregor, from Flimwell, East Sussex, pleaded guilty to a breach of the Regulations for preventing collisions at Sea (COLREGS).

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Roadworks lifted for easter bank holiday
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Road users travelling on the 9534 carriageway miles of England’s motorways and major A roads over the Easter bank holiday will benefit from the suspension or completion of 60% of roadworks by the Highways Agency... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Bolton students tune in to manchester’s media opportunities
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A comedy phone-in called ‘Ask the Milkman’, an 80’s music quiz for teachers, games with goodie bag prizes and a varied playlist featuring everything from JLS to Bon Jovi are just some examples of programming ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Report into government progress on tackling the hazardous use of tobacco, alcohol and other drugs
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Issued by the News Distribution Service on behalf of the ACMD.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Insolvency service cracks down on bankrupts who try to conceal assets
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Debtors who believe they can go bankrupt yet hide some of their assets from the Official Receiver have been told to think again by The Insolvency Service.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
New scheme launched to inspire 500 young people through london 2012 games
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Young people in England and Wales are to be given the chance to become the first ever Opportunity 2012 graduates, Olympics Minister Tessa Jowell said today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
New safety requirements for motorcyclists and lorry and bus drivers
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Measures to improve skills and safety for new motorcycle riders, drivers of lorries and buses and new drivers who want to tow medium sized trailers were confirmed today by the Department for Transport (DfT) in... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Firm fined after worker's arm trapped in drill
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

An engineering company has today been fined after one of its workers was injured when he got his arm trapped in a drilling machine.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
New dementia diagnosis project for worcestershire – key to living well with the condition
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

WM/626/10

People living in Worcestershire who are concerned they or family members might be suffering from early stages of dementia are about to benefit from a new service.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Coventry celebrates achievements of city's young people
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

More than 500 young people from across Coventry came together at a special event at the Ricoh Arena on Friday night (26 March) to celebrate the achievements of 11 to 21-year-olds from the city.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Oldham and blackley students celebrate their success stories
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Students from Manchester and Oldham were celebrated for their storytelling abilities on Friday 19th March as winners of the Learning Force Inter-Schools’ English Challenge competition.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Building bridges to work – helping the long term unemployed back to work
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

DWP061/10 Long-term Jobseekers Allowance claimants will be given the guarantee of a job or work placement as part of the Government’s radical next stage of welfare reform.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Stone workers event is a resounding success
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A stonemasons’ health and safety event in Vauxhall, south London, has been such a proved so successful that further events are now being arranged to answer the demand.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Healey offers further boost to councils to tackle the tenancy cheats
seen at 18:28, 29 March in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Housing Minister John Healey has given councils and housing associations another 27,000 hot leads to potential tenancy cheats who fraudulently sublet the homes they have been allocated.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Roadworks lifted for easter bank holiday
seen at 18:28, 29 March in Acas News - South West.

Road users travelling on the 9534 carriageway miles of England’s motorways and major A roads over the Easter bank holiday will benefit from the suspension or completion of 60% of roadworks by the Highways Agency... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Top stars back nottingham teens’ leading role in promoting safe sexual health
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

More than 25 City teenagers are inspiring other young people to be more responsible about sexual health – by writing and producing a new film and music album, which has backing from top musicians such as reggae... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Overnight resurfacing scheme for the a38 near markeaton roundabout, derby
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

A scheme to resurface just over 2 miles of the A38 between Markeaton Roundabout and the junction with the A6 in Derby will start on Thursday 11 March.

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Milestone for a5111 raynesway park junction improvement, derby
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

Derby residents will be able to see the new junction at Raynesway Park start to take shape on Thursday and Friday (4 and 5 March) as steel girders are lifted and bolted into place

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Are you throwing money down the drain?
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

As many households are currently receiving their water and sewerage bill for the next year, the Consumer Council for Water says that some customers may be letting possible savings slip through their fingers.Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Resurfacing for the northbound m1 near junction 16, northampton
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

Work will start on Wednesday, 17 March to resurface a section of the northbound M1 carriageway near Northampton.

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Britain’s oldest inn backs hse’s newest campaign
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

Britain’s Oldest Inn has pledged support to the Health & Safety Executives (HSE)  ‘Shattered Lives’ campaign to highlight the potentially devastating consequences of slips, trips and falls in the workplace... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Free help and advice for derbyshire businesses
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

HMRC encourages customers to use its VAT Online service

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Hse launches crackdown on dangerous construction sites
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

HSE inspectors are to launch an intensive inspection initiative aimed at stopping dangerous practices on building sites in the East Midlands with forthcoming visits to Derby and Nottingham.

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Easier wheelchair access for east midlands lay-bys
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

The Highways Agency is to construct new drop kerbs at lay-bys across the East Midlands to allow easier access for wheelchair users.

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East midlands motorway and trunk road works programme – monday 8 to sunday 14 march 2010
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

EASIER WHEELCHAIR ACCESS FOR EAST MIDLANDS LAY-BYS

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Overnight closures on westbound a14 in northamptonshire as part of ongoing £70 million technology upgrade
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

A £70 million Highways Agency scheme to install congestion-busting electronic equipment along the A14 will require five nights of closures in Northampton next week.

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Countdown to no smoking day in northamptonshire
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

As No Smoking Day 2010 arrives, Northamptonshire is gearing up to lend its support to the many local events taking place.

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Countdown to no smoking day in leicester
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

As No Smoking Day 2010 arrives, Leicester is gearing up to lend its support to the many local events taking place.

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Countdown to no smoking day in lincolnshire
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

As No Smoking Day 2010 arrives, Lincolnshire is gearing up to lend its support to the many local events taking place.

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Countdown to no smoking day in derby
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

As No Smoking Day 2010 arrives, Derbyshire is gearing up to lend its support to the many local events taking place.

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M45 closure in both directions for weekend maintenance work
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

The M45 in Northamptonshire and Warwickshire will be closed in both directions this weekend to allow works to take place on the carriageways and verges.

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East midlands smokers urged to quit with the help of their mobile phone
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

A new iPhone app that helps people to stop smoking was launched today by Public Health Minister Gillian Merron.

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Smoother road surface for the a46 at winthorpe, nottinghamshire
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

A scheme to resurface the Winthorpe roundabout, and repair sections of the A46 carriageway near Winthorpe will start on Monday, 22 March.

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£104,000 flood protection grant for homes in newark announced today
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

The second round of a £5.5 million grant scheme to help households better protect their homes against flooding was announced today by Environment Minister, Huw Irranca-Davies, with £104,000... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Energy minister hails east midlands energy skills lead
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

Energy Minister David Kidney today launched a nationwide skills academy for the power industry at Ratcliffe-on-Soar power station in the East Midlands - and praised the work being done in the area.

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Funding boost provides more seats for commuters
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

Commuters in South Yorkshire and the East Midlands will benefit from longer trains on peak time services thanks to a £17.8m Government funding boost, Transport Minister Chris Mole announced today.Read more Comment (0), Email this.

East midlands motorway and trunk road works programme – monday 22 to sunday 28 march 2010
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

Easier wheelchair access for East Midlands lay-bys

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£556,000 boost to tackle surface water flooding in the east midlands
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

The East Midlands received a £556,000 boost to help tackle surface water flooding – a problem where the ground, rivers and drains cannot absorb heavy rainfall. This was announced as part of a &pound... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Environment secretary visits the grand union canal in northamptonshire
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

Environment Secretary Hilary Benn today visited the newly built Thrupp Wharf Marina in South Northamptonshire to see how the facility is attracting tourists to the area and making a significant contribution to... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Public warned of car boot criminals this easter
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

Local people are being warned by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) to be on the look out for traders selling counterfeit and smuggled cigarettes as the car boot season gets underway this Easter.

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Hilary benn travels to rushden to see where household food waste ends up
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

Environment Secretary Hilary Benn today visited the Westwood Anaerobic Digester near Rushden in Northamptonshire to see for himself how the facility deals with food waste.

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Environment secretary visits rutland water nature reserve
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

Environment Secretary Hilary Benn today helped volunteers to build nesting sites for some of the thousands of waterfowl at the Rutland Water Nature Reserve.

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Help for historic places of worship
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

- English Heritage to Support  Congregations Looking After Listed Churches, Chapels, Synagogues, Meeting Houses, Gurdwaras, Temples and Mosques –

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Northamptonshire and nottingham set for share of £15m to kickstart bus services
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

Two areas in the East Midlands are set to receive a share of £15m for bus services announced by Transport Minister Sadiq Khan today.

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East midlands to benefit from £260,000 road safety funding
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

The East Midlands will develop new road safety campaigns which could become the model for campaigns across the country after Road Safety Minister Paul Clark announced an extra £260,000 of road safety... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Leicestershire company fined for unsafe work at height
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

A Leicestershire company has been fined for failing to ensure the safety of three contractors working on a seven metre high roof.

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Budget report 2010 for the east midlands
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

The Government’s objective is to build a strong economy and a fair society where there is opportunity and security for all.

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Thousands in the midlands tune in to non-stop travel news on their mobile phone
seen at 18:28, 29 March in The National Archives News - South West.

Thousands of road users in the Midlands are planning their journeys and helping to reduce congestion by tuning in to live broadcasts from the Highways Agency’s digital Traffic Radio service on their mobile phone... Read more Comment (0), Email this.