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Lancashire's Covid-19 autumn booster outreach campaign officially launched in Preston today.
Transport for Wales (TfW) and the Cardiff University's School of Geography and Planning are working together to provide a one-of-a-kind transport modelling module for students of the Transport and Planning (MSc) programme.
A new era of safer roads in Lancashire starts this month as work begins to install average speed cameras on the county's five highest risk roads.
Work has started on three new business growth units as the multi-million-pound redevelopment of Newbury station continues.
People buying homes in Wales for less than £225,000 will pay no tax, under new measures announced by the Finance Minister.
From Wednesday 28 September, Nationwide Building Society is amending its fixed and tracker mortgage rates.
- £102K investment in Kennet Walk /Kingsmead play area
- Improvement and enlargement of the old playground now complete
Southeastern train services suspended during planned strike action: Saturday 1 and Wednesday 5 October
Reduced services: Saturday 8 October
- Services will run from London terminals on Sunday 2 October from 07.00 to support travel to the London Marathon
- Normal services expected to resume: 07:00 Monday 3 October
Work to demolish the old station platforms at Cameron Bridge is now complete.
Network Rail and housing charity Shelter expand pioneering rough sleeping pilots into London Charing Cross and London Victoria stations
Some of Network Rail’s busiest London stations have teamed up with housing and homelessness charity Shelter to help people sleeping rough.
Arla Foods amba confirms milk price increase for conventional milk while organic milk will re-main unchanged
From 1st October 2022, the Arla on-account price for conventional milk will increase by 1.0 €c/kg. The on-account price for organic milk will remain unchanged but is impacted by currency.
Residents of West Oxfordshire District Council are being invited to take part in a photo competition to help the council refresh the photographs within the public areas of the council buildings, website and other areas to show the district in its best light.
Cotswold District Council are encouraging residents of the district to sign up to the council's monthly e-newsletter with those who do it for a chance to win a Cotswold Edition Monopoly Board Game.
TransPennine Express (TPE) is urging customers across its network to plan ahead, with further industrial action set to cause major disruption to rail services in October.
This year marks the ten-year anniversary of the Wales Coastal Path and Transport for Wales is celebrating the milestone by launching a campaign to show how the 870 miles of coastline can be accessed by train.
Moray has paid its final tributes to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at a Service of Thanksgiving and in a letter of condolence to King Charles III.
Today marks the launch of Save a Life Scotland's 'Play Your Part' Campaign, which aims to empower Disabled people to be ready to play their part in saving a life in cardiac arrest cases.
East Ayrshire Council’s Cabinet has approved over £3 million of spending to help support individuals, families and business through the Cost of Living Crisis.
- New digital parking permit pilot will launch in Lower Caversham this autumn
- Digital parking permits can be issued instantly
- Visitor permits can be used by the hour, offering better value for money for residents
High-growth companies from across Lancashire have commended the impact of a strategic scaleup support service which has helped them to accelerate staff and turnover growth since its introduction.