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12 January 2011

Burnham furniture firm fined after worker injured
seen at 20:30, 12 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

An employee almost severed his arm when cutting wood on an industrial saw he had barely been trained to use, a court heard today.

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M6 release gates for carlisle and penrith
seen at 20:30, 12 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Work along the M6 in Cumbria to install three new gates to help free traffic stuck in major incidents is to begin next month.

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Home office tops stonewall index 2011
seen at 20:30, 12 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

The Home Office is the best place to work for lesbian, gay and bisexual people, Stonewall announced today.

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A1m overnight closures for survey and maintenance works
seen at 20:30, 12 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

The Highways Agency will be carrying out survey works on the A1(M) between Junction 43 (Hook Moor) and A1(M) Junction 42 (Selby Fork), in West Yorkshire, from Monday 17 January for two weeks.

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A1(m) bridge inspection and resurfacing works near wetherby
seen at 20:29, 12 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

The Highways Agency will carry out bridge inspection works on the A1(M) northbound carriageway between Junction 44 (Bramham Interchange) to A1(M) Junction 45 (Wattlesyke) near Boston Spa, from Monday 18 January... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Whitechapel bridge beams successfully lifted into place
seen at 20:29, 12 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

A major milestone was reached this weekend when work to install the steel beams for the new Whitechapel Road bridge which spans the M62 between Junction 25 and 26 in West Yorkshire were successfully installed... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

A30 near staines: resurfacing and improvement work starts
seen at 20:29, 12 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Work on a scheme to resurface the A30 near Staines and improve safety for pedestrians, cyclists and disabled users gets underway next week.

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Council-owned housing company fined for asbestos exposure
seen at 20:29, 12 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

A company set up by Rotherham Council to manage and improve council houses has been fined, after allowing a plumber to be exposed to up to 50 times the legal limit for asbestos.

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Halifax firm in court for series of asbestos charges
seen at 20:29, 12 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

A property management company was fined £30,100 today after admitting a series of offences which led to workers being exposed to asbestos fibres.

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A30 near staines: resurfacing and improvement work starts
seen at 20:27, 12 January in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

Work on a scheme to resurface the A30 near Staines and improve safety for pedestrians, cyclists and disabled users gets underway next week.

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Council-owned housing company fined for asbestos exposure
seen at 20:27, 12 January in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

A company set up by Rotherham Council to manage and improve council houses has been fined, after allowing a plumber to be exposed to up to 50 times the legal limit for asbestos.

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Halifax firm in court for series of asbestos charges
seen at 20:27, 12 January in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

A property management company was fined £30,100 today after admitting a series of offences which led to workers being exposed to asbestos fibres.

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Postal services bill completes passage through commons
seen at 19:31, 12 January in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

The Postal Services Bill has this evening completed its passage through the House of Commons and will now be considered by the House of Lords.

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Council-owned housing company fined for asbestos exposure
seen at 17:36, 12 January in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

A company set up by Rotherham Council to manage and improve council houses has been fined, after allowing a plumber to be exposed to up to 50 times the legal limit for asbestos.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Halifax firm in court for series of asbestos charges
seen at 17:36, 12 January in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

A property management company was fined £30,100 today after admitting a series of offences which led to workers being exposed to asbestos fibres.

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M6 release gates for carlisle and penrith
seen at 16:29, 12 January in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

Work along the M6 in Cumbria to install three new gates to help free traffic stuck in major incidents is to begin next month.

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Home office tops stonewall index 2011
seen at 16:29, 12 January in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

The Home Office is the best place to work for lesbian, gay and bisexual people, Stonewall announced today.

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A1m overnight closures for survey and maintenance works
seen at 16:29, 12 January in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

The Highways Agency will be carrying out survey works on the A1(M) between Junction 43 (Hook Moor) and A1(M) Junction 42 (Selby Fork), in West Yorkshire, from Monday 17 January for two weeks.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
A1(m) bridge inspection and resurfacing works near wetherby
seen at 16:29, 12 January in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

The Highways Agency will carry out bridge inspection works on the A1(M) northbound carriageway between Junction 44 (Bramham Interchange) to A1(M) Junction 45 (Wattlesyke) near Boston Spa, from Monday 18 January... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Whitechapel bridge beams successfully lifted into place
seen at 16:29, 12 January in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

A major milestone was reached this weekend when work to install the steel beams for the new Whitechapel Road bridge which spans the M62 between Junction 25 and 26 in West Yorkshire were successfully installed... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

A1m overnight closures for survey and maintenance works
seen at 15:35, 12 January in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

The Highways Agency will be carrying out survey works on the A1(M) between Junction 43 (Hook Moor) and A1(M) Junction 42 (Selby Fork), in West Yorkshire, from Monday 17 January for two weeks.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
A1(m) bridge inspection and resurfacing works near wetherby
seen at 15:35, 12 January in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

The Highways Agency will carry out bridge inspection works on the A1(M) northbound carriageway between Junction 44 (Bramham Interchange) to A1(M) Junction 45 (Wattlesyke) near Boston Spa, from Monday 18 January... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Whitechapel bridge beams successfully lifted into place
seen at 15:35, 12 January in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

A major milestone was reached this weekend when work to install the steel beams for the new Whitechapel Road bridge which spans the M62 between Junction 25 and 26 in West Yorkshire were successfully installed... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

A30 near staines: resurfacing and improvement work starts
seen at 15:35, 12 January in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

Work on a scheme to resurface the A30 near Staines and improve safety for pedestrians, cyclists and disabled users gets underway next week.

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Minister meets youngsters who think! before crossing the road
seen at 13:06, 12 January in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

Children from Grove Vale Primary School in Great Barr received a special visit today from Road Minister Mike Penning who awarded the winner of a THINK! road safety competition with their prize.

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‘east meets east’ chinese delegation visit cambridge company in uk trade mission
seen at 13:06, 12 January in Adjudicators Office News - South West.

A group of fifty Chinese government officials and business figures visiting Britain this week as part of China’s UK Trade Mission, came to Cambridge on Monday 10thJanuary, to learn more about a local research... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Cc plans to keep centrica undertakings
seen at 12:58, 12 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The Competition Commission (CC) has provisionally decided to keep in place Undertakings given by Centrica plc and Centrica Storage Ltd (together ‘Centrica’) following Centrica plc’s acquisition in 2002 of the... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

‘east meets east’ chinese delegation visit cambridge company in uk trade mission
seen at 12:58, 12 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A group of fifty Chinese government officials and business figures visiting Britain this week as part of China’s UK Trade Mission, came to Cambridge on Monday 10thJanuary, to learn more about a local research... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Diagnostics waiting times and activity data, month ending 30 november 2010
seen at 12:58, 12 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

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

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Cancer strategy could save 5,000 lives a year
seen at 12:58, 12 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Detailed plans to transform cancer care in England and save thousands of extra lives each year were announced today by Health Secretary Andrew Lansley.

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Extra time to celebrate royal wedding
seen at 12:58, 12 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Pubs, bars and other licensed venues could be allowed to open to sell alcohol and put on entertainment until 1 am to celebrate the Royal Wedding under plans announced by the Home Office today.

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Minister meets youngsters who think! before crossing the road
seen at 12:58, 12 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Children from Grove Vale Primary School in Great Barr received a special visit today from Road Minister Mike Penning who awarded the winner of a THINK! road safety competition with their prize.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Lord heseltine encourages yorkshire to go for growth
seen at 12:58, 12 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Lord Heseltine is visiting Yorkshire today to encourage local businesses and entrepreneurs to bid for cash from the Government’s flagship £1.4bn Regional Growth Fund.

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Cc plans to keep centrica undertakings
seen at 12:51, 12 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

The Competition Commission (CC) has provisionally decided to keep in place Undertakings given by Centrica plc and Centrica Storage Ltd (together ‘Centrica’) following Centrica plc’s acquisition in 2002 of the... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

‘east meets east’ chinese delegation visit cambridge company in uk trade mission
seen at 12:51, 12 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

A group of fifty Chinese government officials and business figures visiting Britain this week as part of China’s UK Trade Mission, came to Cambridge on Monday 10thJanuary, to learn more about a local research... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Diagnostics waiting times and activity data, month ending 30 november 2010
seen at 12:51, 12 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

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

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Cancer strategy could save 5,000 lives a year
seen at 12:50, 12 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Detailed plans to transform cancer care in England and save thousands of extra lives each year were announced today by Health Secretary Andrew Lansley.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Extra time to celebrate royal wedding
seen at 12:50, 12 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Pubs, bars and other licensed venues could be allowed to open to sell alcohol and put on entertainment until 1 am to celebrate the Royal Wedding under plans announced by the Home Office today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Minister meets youngsters who think! before crossing the road
seen at 12:50, 12 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Children from Grove Vale Primary School in Great Barr received a special visit today from Road Minister Mike Penning who awarded the winner of a THINK! road safety competition with their prize.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Lord heseltine encourages yorkshire to go for growth
seen at 12:50, 12 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Lord Heseltine is visiting Yorkshire today to encourage local businesses and entrepreneurs to bid for cash from the Government’s flagship £1.4bn Regional Growth Fund.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Burnham furniture firm fined after worker injured
seen at 12:45, 12 January in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

An employee almost severed his arm when cutting wood on an industrial saw he had barely been trained to use, a court heard today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Cc plans to keep centrica undertakings
seen at 12:45, 12 January in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

The Competition Commission (CC) has provisionally decided to keep in place Undertakings given by Centrica plc and Centrica Storage Ltd (together ‘Centrica’) following Centrica plc’s acquisition in 2002 of the... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

‘east meets east’ chinese delegation visit cambridge company in uk trade mission
seen at 12:45, 12 January in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

A group of fifty Chinese government officials and business figures visiting Britain this week as part of China’s UK Trade Mission, came to Cambridge on Monday 10thJanuary, to learn more about a local research... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Diagnostics waiting times and activity data, month ending 30 november 2010
seen at 12:45, 12 January in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

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

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Cancer strategy could save 5,000 lives a year
seen at 12:45, 12 January in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

Detailed plans to transform cancer care in England and save thousands of extra lives each year were announced today by Health Secretary Andrew Lansley.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Extra time to celebrate royal wedding
seen at 12:45, 12 January in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

Pubs, bars and other licensed venues could be allowed to open to sell alcohol and put on entertainment until 1 am to celebrate the Royal Wedding under plans announced by the Home Office today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Minister meets youngsters who think! before crossing the road
seen at 12:45, 12 January in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

Children from Grove Vale Primary School in Great Barr received a special visit today from Road Minister Mike Penning who awarded the winner of a THINK! road safety competition with their prize.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Lord heseltine encourages yorkshire to go for growth
seen at 12:45, 12 January in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

Lord Heseltine is visiting Yorkshire today to encourage local businesses and entrepreneurs to bid for cash from the Government’s flagship £1.4bn Regional Growth Fund.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Burnham furniture firm fined after worker injured
seen at 12:42, 12 January in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

An employee almost severed his arm when cutting wood on an industrial saw he had barely been trained to use, a court heard today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
M6 release gates for carlisle and penrith
seen at 12:42, 12 January in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

Work along the M6 in Cumbria to install three new gates to help free traffic stuck in major incidents is to begin next month.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Home office tops stonewall index 2011
seen at 12:42, 12 January in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

The Home Office is the best place to work for lesbian, gay and bisexual people, Stonewall announced today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Cc plans to keep centrica undertakings
seen at 11:35, 12 January in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

The Competition Commission (CC) has provisionally decided to keep in place Undertakings given by Centrica plc and Centrica Storage Ltd (together ‘Centrica’) following Centrica plc’s acquisition in 2002 of the... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

‘east meets east’ chinese delegation visit cambridge company in uk trade mission
seen at 11:35, 12 January in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

A group of fifty Chinese government officials and business figures visiting Britain this week as part of China’s UK Trade Mission, came to Cambridge on Monday 10thJanuary, to learn more about a local research... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Diagnostics waiting times and activity data, month ending 30 november 2010
seen at 11:35, 12 January in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

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

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Cancer strategy could save 5,000 lives a year
seen at 11:35, 12 January in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

Detailed plans to transform cancer care in England and save thousands of extra lives each year were announced today by Health Secretary Andrew Lansley.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Extra time to celebrate royal wedding
seen at 11:35, 12 January in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

Pubs, bars and other licensed venues could be allowed to open to sell alcohol and put on entertainment until 1 am to celebrate the Royal Wedding under plans announced by the Home Office today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Minister meets youngsters who think! before crossing the road
seen at 11:35, 12 January in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

Children from Grove Vale Primary School in Great Barr received a special visit today from Road Minister Mike Penning who awarded the winner of a THINK! road safety competition with their prize.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Lord heseltine encourages yorkshire to go for growth
seen at 11:35, 12 January in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

Lord Heseltine is visiting Yorkshire today to encourage local businesses and entrepreneurs to bid for cash from the Government’s flagship £1.4bn Regional Growth Fund.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Burnham furniture firm fined after worker injured
seen at 01:19, 12 January in Adjudicators Office News - South West.

An employee almost severed his arm when cutting wood on an industrial saw he had barely been trained to use, a court heard today.

Daniel Gaskin, 28, a furniture assembler from Burnham-on-Crouch was working... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Uninsured drivers face new crackdown
seen at 01:10, 12 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

New powers to tackle uninsured driving will come into force within months, Road Safety Minister Mike Penning announced today.

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Estate agents declutter
seen at 01:10, 12 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.
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Burnham furniture firm fined after worker injured
seen at 01:10, 12 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

An employee almost severed his arm when cutting wood on an industrial saw he had barely been trained to use, a court heard today.

Daniel Gaskin, 28, a furniture assembler from Burnham-on-Crouch was working... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Government plans will safeguard future of postal services
seen at 01:10, 12 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

In advance of the final stages of the Postal Services Bill in the House of Commons tomorrow, Minister for Postal Affairs Edward Davey has today set out the urgency of the Government’s plans.

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Independent commission on banking: meeting on 10th january 2011
seen at 01:10, 12 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The Independent Commission on Banking held its sixth meeting on Monday 10th January.

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North east roadworks update – 15th – 21st january
seen at 01:10, 12 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Please note, all planned roadworks are subject to weather conditions

A1 Newcastle Gateshead Western Bypass, Dunston, Tyne & Wear Delays are expected overnight on the A1 at Dunston for widening of the... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Urgent question on bonuses: answer by the chancellor of the exchequer 11 jan 2011
seen at 01:10, 12 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

- Check against delivery -

Mr Speaker, we inherited from the previous Government a failed system of banking regulation and a situation where billions of pounds had been provided to bail out bankers with... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

North east roadworks update – 15th – 21st january
seen at 01:05, 12 January in Assets Recovery Agency News - South West.

Please note, all planned roadworks are subject to weather conditions

A1 Newcastle Gateshead Western Bypass, Dunston, Tyne & Wear Delays are expected overnight on the A1 at Dunston for widening of the... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Uninsured drivers face new crackdown
seen at 01:04, 12 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

New powers to tackle uninsured driving will come into force within months, Road Safety Minister Mike Penning announced today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Estate agents declutter
seen at 01:04, 12 January in Charity Commission News - South West.
Estate agents declutter Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Burnham furniture firm fined after worker injured
seen at 01:04, 12 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

An employee almost severed his arm when cutting wood on an industrial saw he had barely been trained to use, a court heard today.

Daniel Gaskin, 28, a furniture assembler from Burnham-on-Crouch was working... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Government plans will safeguard future of postal services
seen at 01:04, 12 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

In advance of the final stages of the Postal Services Bill in the House of Commons tomorrow, Minister for Postal Affairs Edward Davey has today set out the urgency of the Government’s plans.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Independent commission on banking: meeting on 10th january 2011
seen at 01:04, 12 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

The Independent Commission on Banking held its sixth meeting on Monday 10th January.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
North east roadworks update – 15th – 21st january
seen at 01:04, 12 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Please note, all planned roadworks are subject to weather conditions

A1 Newcastle Gateshead Western Bypass, Dunston, Tyne & Wear Delays are expected overnight on the A1 at Dunston for widening of the... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Urgent question on bonuses: answer by the chancellor of the exchequer 11 jan 2011
seen at 01:03, 12 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

- Check against delivery -

Mr Speaker, we inherited from the previous Government a failed system of banking regulation and a situation where billions of pounds had been provided to bail out bankers with... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Uninsured drivers face new crackdown
seen at 00:58, 12 January in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

New powers to tackle uninsured driving will come into force within months, Road Safety Minister Mike Penning announced today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Burnham furniture firm fined after worker injured
seen at 00:58, 12 January in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

An employee almost severed his arm when cutting wood on an industrial saw he had barely been trained to use, a court heard today.

Daniel Gaskin, 28, a furniture assembler from Burnham-on-Crouch was working... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Government plans will safeguard future of postal services
seen at 00:58, 12 January in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

In advance of the final stages of the Postal Services Bill in the House of Commons tomorrow, Minister for Postal Affairs Edward Davey has today set out the urgency of the Government’s plans.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Independent commission on banking: meeting on 10th january 2011
seen at 00:58, 12 January in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

The Independent Commission on Banking held its sixth meeting on Monday 10th January.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
North east roadworks update – 15th – 21st january
seen at 00:58, 12 January in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

Please note, all planned roadworks are subject to weather conditions

A1 Newcastle Gateshead Western Bypass, Dunston, Tyne & Wear Delays are expected overnight on the A1 at Dunston for widening of the... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Urgent question on bonuses: answer by the chancellor of the exchequer 11 jan 2011
seen at 00:58, 12 January in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

- Check against delivery -

Mr Speaker, we inherited from the previous Government a failed system of banking regulation and a situation where billions of pounds had been provided to bail out bankers with... Read more Comment (0), Email this.