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New stalking protection orders come into force tomorrow (January 20) that will enable police to better protect victims of stalking and stop perpetrators from approaching their victims.
Latest donation to Turing Trust charity.
Southeastern has made two senior appointments to its Executive Board.
Competition winners each receive a £1,000 holiday, join new ship Spirit of Adventure’s travel event, and a chance to win £500 in shopping vouchers
Finance Minister Rebecca Evans has called on the UK Government to devolve Air Passenger Duty (APD) to Wales following the announcement of a UK review into APD and regional air connectivity.
A well-used railway footbridge near Mossley Hill station in Liverpool is being fully refurbished from next month.
Timothy Rippington has been declared the winner
Lesley Griffiths, the Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs has congratulated Wales’ thriving Food and Drink Sector for achieving record turnover figures.
Network Rail has added another consultation event in Teignmouth, Devon, as they prepare to share their updated plans to protect a section of railway in south Devon that is bordered by steep cliffs on one side and the sea on the other.
Passengers were thanked today for their patience and advised to check before they travel after emergency repairs to overhead lines on the West Coast main line.
A community meeting is being held to discuss the long term future of St Anne’s House.
Network Rail is to carry out upgrades between Castle Cary and Weymouth over a series of weekends this spring to provide passengers with a more reliable railway and faster journeys.
Northern is inviting customers in Leeds to paws for a moment on Blue Monday.
Proposals to legislate non-surgical services.
A Welsh charity has been awarded new funding to support disabled people and prepare them for the potential impacts which the UK’s exit from the EU may have on their day-to-day lives.
Implications on Scottish Budget.
Passengers travelling between Lancaster and Oxenholme on the West Coast main line are being advised to check before they travel because of damaged overhead power lines.
Archive treasures being preserved by the Welsh Government and the National Manuscripts Conservation Trust (NMCT) this year include records from the internationally recognised Foyle Opera Rara Collection, held by the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, and 18th century estate surveys of the Plymouth Estate that provide insights into land ownership and use in pre-industrial south Wales, held at Glamorgan Archives.
Ambassador of the Netherlands, Simon Smits visited Greater Manchester to meet with Mayor Andy Burnham and business leaders to discuss ambitious future plans for transport in the region.
Health Secretary accepts recommendations.
Northern’s January sale saw almost 250,000 tickets snapped up by customers.