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10 May 2011

Work continues on a12 bascule bridge
seen at 19:49, 10 May in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

Essential maintenance work will continue this month on the A12 Bascule Bridge over Lake Lothing in Lowestoft.

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Work to complete m60 resurfacing to start
seen at 17:51, 10 May in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

Work to resurface parts of the M60 between junctions 19 at Middleton and 23 at Ashton-under-Lyne in Greater Manchester will resume this week – with early completion of the whole project on the cards.

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Recycling firm fined after worker's jaw smashed
seen at 17:51, 10 May in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

A worker at one of the UK's leading metal recyclers in the UK had his jaw shattered by the locking mechanism of the waste container on the vehicle he was driving.

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Payback time for berkshire vat fraudster
seen at 17:51, 10 May in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

A convicted fraudster from Berkshire who was jailed for evading VAT of £1.3m in 2009 has been ordered to payback almost £69,000 by 6 June 2011, or face a further 21 months in jail.

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Contractor is fined after man is seriously hurt at boatyard
seen at 17:51, 10 May in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

A principal contractor has today been fined after a worker suffered serious head injuries when he fell through a loading platform.

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Government publishes draft protocol for new police and crime commissioners and chief constables
seen at 17:51, 10 May in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

In the journey towards the introduction of the first Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) in May 2012, the government today published a draft protocol setting out the relationship between PCCs and Chief Constables... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Aerospace firm fined after worker suffers severe hand injuries
seen at 17:51, 10 May in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

An aerospace firm has been fined after a Leicestershire worker suffered severe and permanent hand and wrist injuries.

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Unregistered gas fitter fined after putting lives at risk
seen at 15:54, 10 May in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

An unregistered gas fitter misled customers into believing he was a legally registered gas engineer and then carried out work that put lives at risk.

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Mpa committee meeting: strategic and operational policing committee
seen at 15:54, 10 May in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

Metropolitan Police Authority 10/05/11 20/11

A meeting of the Metropolitan Police Authority Strategic and Operational Policing Committee will be held on Thursday 12 May 2011 in Meeting Room 1, 10 Dean Farrar... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Playground firm fined after north yorkshire worker hurt
seen at 15:54, 10 May in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

An international play equipment manufacturer has been sentenced after one of its workers severed four fingers using a circular saw.

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Independent commission on banking: meeting on 9th may
seen at 15:54, 10 May in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

The Independent Commission on Banking held its tenth meeting on Monday May 9th. The Commission noted progress on its consultation process. The Commission reviewed and discussed further analysis of reform options... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Hmrc prevents £1 billion error and fraud loss
seen at 15:54, 10 May in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

More than £1 billion of fraudulent and incorrect tax credit payments were stopped in 2010/11, Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne revealed today.

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Ipswich manufacturer fined £25,000 after worker injured
seen at 14:23, 10 May in Adjudicators Office News - South West.

A Hertfordshire employee suffered multiple injuries after two quarter tonne steel flange rings fell on him.

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End of the road for north east cigarette smuggler
seen at 14:12, 10 May in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A Middlesbrough man caught delivering almost 400,000 smuggled cigarettes, worth around £80,000 in unpaid duty and VAT, has been sentenced to 9 months in prison, following an investigation by HM Revenue... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Carlisle and barrow businesses invited to free business advice open days
seen at 14:12, 10 May in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

If you’re thinking of starting a new business, or are already running one, you can get free practical help and advice at one of two Business Advice Open Days (BAOD) being held in Cumbria this month

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Met office signs agreement to support climate and weather research in singapore
seen at 14:12, 10 May in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

To help Singapore build up climate science capabilities to prepare for climate change, the Met Office has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Singapore National Environment Agency (NEA).

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Further support announced to help british companies compete on the global stage
seen at 14:12, 10 May in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Business Secretary Vince Cable, Foreign Secretary William Hague and Trade and Investment Minister Lord Green today launched a new cross-government focus on trade and investment to help the British economy... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

£1 million development fund for technology to cut road works disruption
seen at 14:12, 10 May in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A joint £1 million fund to research and develop new technology to reduce the disruption caused by road works was announced today by the Transport Secretary, Philip Hammond and the Mayor of London, Boris... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Ipswich manufacturer fined £25,000 after worker injured
seen at 14:12, 10 May in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A Hertfordshire employee suffered multiple injuries after two quarter tonne steel flange rings fell on him.

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End of the road for north east cigarette smuggler
seen at 13:56, 10 May in Charity Commission News - South West.

A Middlesbrough man caught delivering almost 400,000 smuggled cigarettes, worth around £80,000 in unpaid duty and VAT, has been sentenced to 9 months in prison, following an investigation by HM Revenue... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Met office signs agreement to support climate and weather research in singapore
seen at 13:56, 10 May in Charity Commission News - South West.

To help Singapore build up climate science capabilities to prepare for climate change, the Met Office has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Singapore National Environment Agency (NEA).

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Further support announced to help british companies compete on the global stage
seen at 13:56, 10 May in Charity Commission News - South West.

Business Secretary Vince Cable, Foreign Secretary William Hague and Trade and Investment Minister Lord Green today launched a new cross-government focus on trade and investment to help the British economy... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

£1 million development fund for technology to cut road works disruption
seen at 13:56, 10 May in Charity Commission News - South West.

A joint £1 million fund to research and develop new technology to reduce the disruption caused by road works was announced today by the Transport Secretary, Philip Hammond and the Mayor of London, Boris... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Ipswich manufacturer fined £25,000 after worker injured
seen at 13:56, 10 May in Charity Commission News - South West.

A Hertfordshire employee suffered multiple injuries after two quarter tonne steel flange rings fell on him.

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End of the road for north east cigarette smuggler
seen at 13:49, 10 May in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

A Middlesbrough man caught delivering almost 400,000 smuggled cigarettes, worth around £80,000 in unpaid duty and VAT, has been sentenced to 9 months in prison, following an investigation by HM Revenue... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Carlisle and barrow businesses invited to free business advice open days
seen at 13:49, 10 May in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

If you’re thinking of starting a new business, or are already running one, you can get free practical help and advice at one of two Business Advice Open Days (BAOD) being held in Cumbria this month

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Met office signs agreement to support climate and weather research in singapore
seen at 13:49, 10 May in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

To help Singapore build up climate science capabilities to prepare for climate change, the Met Office has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Singapore National Environment Agency (NEA).

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Further support announced to help british companies compete on the global stage
seen at 13:49, 10 May in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

Business Secretary Vince Cable, Foreign Secretary William Hague and Trade and Investment Minister Lord Green today launched a new cross-government focus on trade and investment to help the British economy... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

£1 million development fund for technology to cut road works disruption
seen at 13:49, 10 May in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

A joint £1 million fund to research and develop new technology to reduce the disruption caused by road works was announced today by the Transport Secretary, Philip Hammond and the Mayor of London, Boris... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Ipswich manufacturer fined £25,000 after worker injured
seen at 13:49, 10 May in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

A Hertfordshire employee suffered multiple injuries after two quarter tonne steel flange rings fell on him.

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David willetts quote on “off quota” numbers
seen at 13:49, 10 May in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

Responding to reports today about “off-quota” university places Minister for Science and Universities, David Willetts said:

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David willetts quote on “off quota” numbers
seen at 12:56, 10 May in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

Responding to reports today about “off-quota” university places Minister for Science and Universities, David Willetts said:

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End of the road for north east cigarette smuggler
seen at 11:58, 10 May in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

A Middlesbrough man caught delivering almost 400,000 smuggled cigarettes, worth around £80,000 in unpaid duty and VAT, has been sentenced to 9 months in prison, following an investigation by HM Revenue... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Carlisle and barrow businesses invited to free business advice open days
seen at 11:58, 10 May in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

If you’re thinking of starting a new business, or are already running one, you can get free practical help and advice at one of two Business Advice Open Days (BAOD) being held in Cumbria this month

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
£1 million development fund for technology to cut road works disruption
seen at 11:58, 10 May in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

A joint £1 million fund to research and develop new technology to reduce the disruption caused by road works was announced today by the Transport Secretary, Philip Hammond and the Mayor of London, Boris... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Ipswich manufacturer fined £25,000 after worker injured
seen at 11:58, 10 May in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

A Hertfordshire employee suffered multiple injuries after two quarter tonne steel flange rings fell on him.

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Met office signs agreement to support climate and weather research in singapore
seen at 10:55, 10 May in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

To help Singapore build up climate science capabilities to prepare for climate change, the Met Office has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Singapore National Environment Agency (NEA).

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Further support announced to help british companies compete on the global stage
seen at 10:55, 10 May in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

Business Secretary Vince Cable, Foreign Secretary William Hague and Trade and Investment Minister Lord Green today launched a new cross-government focus on trade and investment to help the British economy... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Alternative vote referendum result for tower hamlets
seen at 02:16, 10 May in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.
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Asbestos exposure at sheltered housing leads to fine
seen at 02:16, 10 May in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A Nottinghamshire building firm contaminated an elderly resident’s possessions with asbestos during bathroom renovation work at sheltered housing in West Bridgford.

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Scaffolder balanced eight metres without safety harness
seen at 02:16, 10 May in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A Hastings scaffolder has today been fined for endangering himself and others after working on a four-storey scaffold with no harness.

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2011 newark & nottinghamshire county show (14 & 15 may) - highways agency advise drivers to allow extra time for journeys
seen at 02:16, 10 May in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Drivers in Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire are being reminded that the Newark & Nottinghamshire County Show is taking place at the showground at Winthorpe - just off the A46 and A1 – this weekend (14 &... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Mg rover’s phoenix four disqualified as directors
seen at 02:16, 10 May in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The four former directors of Phoenix Venture Holdings Limited and MG Rover Group Limited, also known as The Phoenix Four, have each undertaken not to act in the management of limited companies for varying periods... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Child protection takes lead role in national crime agency
seen at 02:16, 10 May in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The UK’s ability to protect children from harm will be further strengthened when the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) becomes part of the National Crime Agency (NCA) the government announced... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Asbestos exposure at sheltered housing leads to fine
seen at 02:11, 10 May in The National Archives News - South West.

A Nottinghamshire building firm contaminated an elderly resident’s possessions with asbestos during bathroom renovation work at sheltered housing in West Bridgford.

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2011 newark & nottinghamshire county show (14 & 15 may) - highways agency advise drivers to allow extra time for journeys
seen at 02:11, 10 May in The National Archives News - South West.

Drivers in Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire are being reminded that the Newark & Nottinghamshire County Show is taking place at the showground at Winthorpe - just off the A46 and A1 – this weekend (14 &... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Alternative vote referendum result for tower hamlets
seen at 02:05, 10 May in Charity Commission News - South West.
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Asbestos exposure at sheltered housing leads to fine
seen at 02:05, 10 May in Charity Commission News - South West.

A Nottinghamshire building firm contaminated an elderly resident’s possessions with asbestos during bathroom renovation work at sheltered housing in West Bridgford.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Scaffolder balanced eight metres without safety harness
seen at 02:05, 10 May in Charity Commission News - South West.

A Hastings scaffolder has today been fined for endangering himself and others after working on a four-storey scaffold with no harness.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
2011 newark & nottinghamshire county show (14 & 15 may) - highways agency advise drivers to allow extra time for journeys
seen at 02:05, 10 May in Charity Commission News - South West.

Drivers in Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire are being reminded that the Newark & Nottinghamshire County Show is taking place at the showground at Winthorpe - just off the A46 and A1 – this weekend (14 &... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Mg rover’s phoenix four disqualified as directors
seen at 02:05, 10 May in Charity Commission News - South West.

The four former directors of Phoenix Venture Holdings Limited and MG Rover Group Limited, also known as The Phoenix Four, have each undertaken not to act in the management of limited companies for varying periods... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Child protection takes lead role in national crime agency
seen at 02:05, 10 May in Charity Commission News - South West.

The UK’s ability to protect children from harm will be further strengthened when the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) becomes part of the National Crime Agency (NCA) the government announced... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Alternative vote referendum result for tower hamlets
seen at 01:57, 10 May in National College For School Leadership News - South West.
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Asbestos exposure at sheltered housing leads to fine
seen at 01:57, 10 May in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

A Nottinghamshire building firm contaminated an elderly resident’s possessions with asbestos during bathroom renovation work at sheltered housing in West Bridgford.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Scaffolder balanced eight metres without safety harness
seen at 01:57, 10 May in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

A Hastings scaffolder has today been fined for endangering himself and others after working on a four-storey scaffold with no harness.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
2011 newark & nottinghamshire county show (14 & 15 may) - highways agency advise drivers to allow extra time for journeys
seen at 01:57, 10 May in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

Drivers in Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire are being reminded that the Newark & Nottinghamshire County Show is taking place at the showground at Winthorpe - just off the A46 and A1 – this weekend (14 &... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Mg rover’s phoenix four disqualified as directors
seen at 01:57, 10 May in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

The four former directors of Phoenix Venture Holdings Limited and MG Rover Group Limited, also known as The Phoenix Four, have each undertaken not to act in the management of limited companies for varying periods... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Child protection takes lead role in national crime agency
seen at 01:57, 10 May in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

The UK’s ability to protect children from harm will be further strengthened when the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) becomes part of the National Crime Agency (NCA) the government announced... Read more Comment (0), Email this.