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2015/03/30 11:54
2015/03/30 11:54
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Last updated at 12:27, Monday, 30 March 2015 Urgent repairs are to be carried out at five churches which will benefit from an investment of almost £200,000. They are among nearly 400 Church of...
2015/03/30 11:54
2015/03/30 11:54
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2015/03/27 17:12
2015/03/27 17:12
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Banbury church to receive grant funding to repair roof St Mary's Church in Banbury is set to get a �100,000 grant to repair its roof. ENGNNL00120130327162051 Banbury’s historic St Mary’s Church is to...
2015/03/27 16:53
2015/03/27 16:53
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TWO medieval churches can look forward to long and dry futures after receiving grants in excess of £78,000 for urgent roof repairs. St Mary Magdalene Church in Trimdon Village and St Mary’s Church in...
2015/03/27 15:08
2015/03/27 15:08
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A Tate spokeswoman told The Art Newspaper: “New information has come to light on the history of the painting Beaching a Boat, Brighton, 1924, by John Constable in Tate’s collection. This was reviewed...
2015/03/26 20:25
2015/03/26 20:25
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Manchester now has the biggest on-street wifi network in the UK – and all tram passengers can now surf the web for free. In Manchester, there are 92 public buildings with free wifi, while there will...
2015/03/26 13:28
2015/03/26 13:28
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The government is at pains to stress data collected by connected and autonomous cars of the near future will not be used to keep track of drivers, or be used to prosecute speeders. Ed Vaizey,...
2015/03/20 18:49
2015/03/20 18:49
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A rural Northumberland village has been connected to super-fast broadband. More than 400 homes and businesses now have access to the high-speed, fibre technology thanks to the first stage of the...
2015/03/19 10:51
2015/03/19 10:51
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Rust seeking 'fair' return British Horseracing Authority chief executive Nick Rust insists racing is seeking a "fair and reasonable return" from bookmakers under the proposed new Racing...
2015/03/18 13:16
2015/03/18 13:16
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The spirit of Battersea encapsulated in its mid-19th century motto Not For Me, Not For You, But For Us is ringing louder than ever. Poignant: The Grand Hall and missing theatre cat Pluto (by Phillip...
2015/03/18 10:08
2015/03/18 10:08
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Gabriele Finaldi is the new director of the National Gallery, coming from the Prado in Madrid. He will take over from Nicholas Penny in August. The appointment was announced on 18 March, following...
2015/03/16 15:49
2015/03/16 15:49
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The follow-up to cult 90s film The Crow will be the first movie to be made at Pinewood’s new studios in Cardiff, it has been confirmed. The multimillion-pound blockbuster is a reboot of the 1994...
2015/03/15 11:21
2015/03/15 11:21
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The Olympic Park Legacy committee have postponed their decision on the future use of the 2012 Olympic stadium, citing a need for more time to study the bids. The decision was due to be made on...
2015/03/12 09:38
2015/03/12 09:38
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Amitabh Bachchan to attend unveiling of Gandhi statue in London Megastar Amitabh Bachchan will attend an event in London, where a statue of late Indian icon Mahatma Gandhi, known for his non-violence...
2015/03/12 09:38
2015/03/12 09:38
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Campaigners are to take the fight to save an iconic former newspaper office from demolition to Westminster. English Heritage is preparing to send a report to the Department for Culture, Media and...
2015/03/11 06:20
2015/03/11 06:20
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Scottish funding levels should be slashed to the same level as Wales’ as part of the push to balance the country’s finances, a report will argue today. The Taxpayers’ Alliance argues that the Barnett...
2015/03/11 05:59
2015/03/11 05:59
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Households are facing a postcode lottery when it comes to getting the fastest broadband speeds, new research shows. A survey of the UK's very quickest average connections also shows the north of...
2015/03/10 19:08
2015/03/10 19:08
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Anderson describes the current crisis as “severe”. National and local government cuts over the past five years have already proved highly damaging, and further reductions are very likely in the coming...
2015/03/07 21:37
2015/03/07 21:37
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British campaigners likened the UK’s stance to “clinging on to stolen booty for dear life” and contrasted it with the “generous act” of returning the sculptures to help a friendly country on the brink...
2015/03/06 10:48
2015/03/06 10:48
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A long-forgotten collection of local curiosities, hidden away for decades, will go on show at a Gateshead museum, thanks to a £70,000 grant. Shipley Art Gallery in Gateshead is using the funding to...
2015/03/04 09:43
2015/03/04 09:43
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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,...
2015/03/30 11:54
2015/03/30 11:54
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