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BROADBAND PROVISION IS GETTING a shot in the arm in Northern Ireland and Edinburgh through a combination of government funding and private investment. The investment was announced by enterprise,...
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2015/03/03 13:42
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The UK’s Culture Secretary Sajid Javid has announced the official ratification of an historic film co-production treaty with China. Signed at the Great Festival of Creativity in Shanghai, the new...
2015/03/02 15:53
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THE North of England Lead Mining Museum has received £81,327 from Arts Council England. The cash for the industrial museum in Weardale, County Durham – also known as Killhope – comes from a...
2015/03/02 10:01
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ONE of Hampshire's main galleries has been boosted by a five-figure government grant. New lighting worth £25,000 is to be installed in the Winchester Discovery Centre in Jewry Street. The new LED...
2015/03/02 09:54
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Last updated at 09:08, Monday, 02 March 2015 Rare Viking treasures unearthed near Carlisle more than 10 years ago are to go on display for the first time at an exhibition in the city. Artefacts...
2015/03/01 23:09
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Margaret Hodge, the chairman of the Public Accounts Committee, said she will question HSBC executives when they appear before her committee about Mrs Fairhead next week. She told The Telegraph: "The...
2015/02/23 18:37
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The Labour leader this evening told the Creative Industries Federation, gathered at London’s Battersea Arts Centre, that the arts was a “core part” of the party’s plan for Britain, and he wanted to...
2015/02/22 13:53
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Workers at a leading gallery are to stage a series of fresh strikes in a row over the privatisation of services. Members of the Public and Commercial Services (PCS) union at the National Gallery in...
2015/02/18 17:08
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More digital radio transmitters to be built in Norfolk and Suffolk In total, nearly 40,000km of roads will be covered by the local DAB signal. Photo: Antony Kelly. Wednesday, February 18, 2015 More...
2015/02/16 19:19
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UNITED and City fans say they would welcome moves to introduce ‘safe standing’ at grounds after supporters across the country said they were overwhelmingly in favour. More than nine out of 10 fans...
2015/02/16 10:09
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... million on mobile mine detection capability for Warrior vehicles that was deemed unsuitable. A fruitless payment of £4 million due to the forward purchase of an inventory liability as a result...
2015/02/16 07:23
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And he has written to the managing director of Reading Borough Council Ian Wardle pointing out that, of the 50 cities invited to take part in the Government programme, Reading is the only local...
2015/02/12 14:25
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London Mayor Boris Johnson was in town Monday, and he spent some time talking about the Olympics—and their costs. — he was meeting with Boston 2024, and later went on Boston Public Radio to chat...
2015/02/10 12:57
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London has some of the worst broadband infrastructure in the UK, despite being the country's capital city and main hub of economic activity. That's according to new figures released by the Department...
2015/02/05 10:13
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Kensington & Chelsea council has approved a scheme to knock down the Seventies Warwick Road Estate, above the Pembroke Road council offices in Kensington, for redevelopment. But many residents in the...
2015/02/04 08:51
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The House of Commons Library report also showed the Ludlow constituency came in 615th for superfast broadband speeds out of 650 across the country. Just 30 per cent of the area is receiving the best...
2015/02/02 11:24
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The Health Secretary came to Reading East and jokingly suggested the station should be named after Rob Wilson MP. Mr Wilson former boss Jeremy Hunt was invited to a drinks reception and a discussion...
2015/01/31 16:27
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In a bid to tackle heritage crime, English Heritage and Avon and Somerset Police have organised a seminar. Heritage crime includes offences such as illegal metal detecting on farmland, lead theft...
2015/01/31 01:32
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A consumer group has called on mobile phone providers to do more to protect customers who face huge bills if their handset is lost or stolen. The Department for Culture, Media and Sport announced in...
2015/01/29 15:26
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IN a bid to tackle heritage crime, English Heritage and Avon and Somerset Police have organised a seminar in Taunton on Monday, February 2. Heritage crime includes offences such as illegal metal...
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