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Schoolchildren to get history book to mark Queen's jubilee

28 September 2021
Schoolchildren to get history book to mark Queen's jubilee

Schoolchildren to get history book to mark Queen's jubilee

28 September 2021

Thatcher's election and the opening of the Channel Tunnel will feature in the book marking the Queen's 70-year reign.


What next for customers of failed energy firms?

22 September 2021
What next for customers of failed energy firms?

What next for customers of failed energy firms?

22 September 2021

Customers of energy firms Avro and Green have been offered reassurance by the regulator Ofgem.


Pets At Home to remain closed on Boxing Day

16 September 2021
Pets At Home to remain closed on Boxing Day

Pets At Home to remain closed on Boxing Day

16 September 2021

Pets At Home is the latest retailer to announce it will remain closed on Boxing Day to ensure staff have a relaxing break.


Village named among the best by The Sunday Times

14 September 2021
Village named among the best by The Sunday Times

Village named among the best by The Sunday Times

14 September 2021

The Sunday Times has unveiled its 50 best villages in the UK and a village near Belvoir Castle has earned a place.


Covid jab recommended for children aged 12 to 15 by chief medical officers

13 September 2021
Covid jab recommended for children aged 12 to 15 by chief medical officers

Covid jab recommended for children aged 12 to 15 by chief medical officers

13 September 2021

Around three million children could be eligible for a first dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid jab.


New RAF drones find home at RAF Waddington

09 September 2021
New RAF drones find home at RAF Waddington

New RAF drones find home at RAF Waddington

09 September 2021

The RAF's autonomous Protector aircraft is to be based at RAF Waddington - with example drone SkyGuardian taking to the skies.


Lame excuses employers give for not paying their staff fairly

18 August 2021
Lame excuses employers give for not paying their staff fairly

Lame excuses employers give for not paying their staff fairly

18 August 2021

HMRC has revealed the worst reasons given for not paying staff the National Minimum Wage.


Broadband cables could be added to water pipes to reach rural areas

18 August 2021
Broadband cables could be added to water pipes to reach rural areas

Broadband cables could be added to water pipes to reach rural areas

18 August 2021

More than £4 million is available to help innovative projects come up with safe ways for broadband cables to be added to water pipes.


'Why I'm happy bubbles have come to an end'

16 August 2021
'Why I'm happy bubbles have come to an end'

'Why I'm happy bubbles have come to an end'

16 August 2021

The end of the bubble system is a relief for working parents but the best news for our children.


Red arrows want to go green

11 August 2021
Red arrows want to go green

Red arrows want to go green

11 August 2021

The world-famous Red Arrows want to change the red, white and blue smoke to make sure it is environmentally friendly.


Pandemic and lockdown has made Brits 'more spontaneous'

06 August 2021
Pandemic and lockdown has made Brits 'more spontaneous'

Pandemic and lockdown has made Brits 'more spontaneous'

06 August 2021

People have moved house on a whim and are up for being more spontaneous as pandemic restrictions have lifted, according to a new poll.


LNER timetable revamp consultation to end

05 August 2021
LNER timetable revamp consultation to end

LNER timetable revamp consultation to end

05 August 2021

Passengers have just one day left to share their thoughts on the planned changes to the LNER timetable.


Thunderstorm warning issued by Met Office

26 July 2021
Thunderstorm warning issued by Met Office

Thunderstorm warning issued by Met Office

26 July 2021

Flooding and transport disruption may be caused by forecast thunderstorms.


Motorists 'dread driving on the motorway'

22 July 2021
Motorists 'dread driving on the motorway'

Motorists 'dread driving on the motorway'

22 July 2021

The pandemic has knocked drivers' confidence on the road according to a new study which also found the most uncomfortable scenarios for motorists.


Freedom Day sees end of lockdown restrictions

19 July 2021
Freedom Day sees end of lockdown restrictions

Freedom Day sees end of lockdown restrictions

19 July 2021

Face coverings are no longer compulsory and mandatory social distancing has been axed as England moves to step 4 on the recovery roadmap.


Health warning ahead of weekend heatwave

15 July 2021
Health warning ahead of weekend heatwave

Health warning ahead of weekend heatwave

15 July 2021

Health bosses are warning people to be careful in the sun this weekend as temperatures are forecast to nudge into the low 30s Celsius by Sunday.


Fresh bedding and getting served first at the bar make top 50 list of everyday wins

09 July 2021
Fresh bedding and getting served first at the bar make top 50 list of everyday wins

Fresh bedding and getting served first at the bar make top 50 list of everyday wins

09 July 2021

England might be hoping for a win come Sunday but for everyday life there's a host of little victories which make us smile, according to a new poll.


Brothers left taxpayers £500,000 out of pocket

08 July 2021
Brothers left taxpayers £500,000 out of pocket

Brothers left taxpayers £500,000 out of pocket

08 July 2021

Three brothers have been disqualified as company directors after under reporting earnings at their Indian restaurants leaving taxpayers out of pocket.

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Consider Covid test before watching England match with other fans

18 June 2021
Consider Covid test before watching England match with other fans

Consider Covid test before watching England match with other fans

18 June 2021

Football fans must keep coronavirus restrictions in mind when watching the Euros.


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