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Andrew Haines, Network Rail’s chief executive, has arrived at the site of yesterday’s train derailment. As he arrived, Andrew said:
Dumfriesshire-based Alpha Solway to manufacture vital PPE.
Those living in rural areas and day trippers to the British countryside will be familiar with the pungent aroma lingering in the air after a farmer has been out muck-spreading – often ironically referred to as ‘that fresh country air’, it’s the by-product of the natural cow-poo, or slurry, used as fertilizer.
Better information recording for residents and staff.
Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) is advising parents and pupils to plan ahead for how they will travel to school in September and to cycle, walk or scoot to school where they can.
A new report, published by the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) today, reveals that 94 staff left the mental health officer (MHO) workforce between December 2018 and 2019. The report also shows that although the number of local authorities reporting an MHO shortfall increased to 27, the number of full time MHOs needed to address the shortfall decreased to 49.
“I want to send my very best wishes to everyone who receives their A-level, AS, Welsh Bacc and vocational qualification grades today.
The SE-backed Michelin Scotland Innovation Parc (MSIP) and St Andrews University have joined forces to find transport and energy solutions to the climate emergency.
Proposal ‘bad for consumers and business, and disastrous for devolution’.
Network Rail has completed construction of a new footbridge and lifts between the station platforms along with the installation of platform edge tactile paving and upgrades to the station power supply.
Stepping Up is a leadership development scheme for women, BAME and disabled people
£60m investment in Youth Guarantee.
New visuals and plans have been released by Connecting Leeds showing how the area around the Corn Exchange could look after a £25million makeover.
On International Youth Day (12 August 2020), Bristol City Council is asking people to consider becoming a foster carer to teenagers.
Wage war in many of your favorite match types with fun, new twists on WWE action
Priority access to those who feel they have been at risk.