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2014/10/02 09:47
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... not a lot we can do" was the message given to angry residents by council representatives at Runnymede Borough Council’s community flood fair on Tuesday (September 30). Sheelagh Wilkins, 72,...
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2014/10/02 09:40
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... “Every year, through the EENP Awards, we are able to identify a dedicated pool of energy champions who continue to drive and implement energy saving projects and programs in their respective fields....
2014/10/02 06:59
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A LONG-AWAITED hydro-electric scheme in Oxford weir should finally be generating power later this year. Work restarted on Monday on the turbine at Osney Lock on the Thames in West Oxford. But the...
2014/10/02 06:31
2014/10/02 06:31
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Sheringham’s storm-battered sea defences set for £800,000 boostThe damaged section of the west seawall, Sheringham, in the aftermath of the December storm surge. Picture: SUBMITTED Sheringham’s...
2014/10/02 05:12
2014/10/02 05:12
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On a still, close afternoon in early September, diggers and dumpers excavated and flattened a once-green field beside the winding country road that leads to the Victorian village of Leighton in the...
2014/10/02 00:00
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Belfast Zoo first became home to red squirrels Taisie, Shesk, Oisin in 2012 and the conservation initiative came as seven squirrel kittens were born at the Zoo's 'red squirrel nook' between...
2014/10/01 14:19
2014/10/01 14:19
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Criminals in Salford have a word for it: “I’ve been Gulfed.” And now, the man behind the successful operation cracking down on the city's Mr Bigs and 'untouchable' crime clans, is stepping...
2014/10/01 14:11
2014/10/01 14:11
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District councils form ‘task team’ to tackle estuary water problemsThe Torridge Estuary in Bideford. Picture: Stephen Ring North Devon and Torridge joint overview and scrutiny committee members vote...
2014/10/01 00:09
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The record-breaking level of rainfall was just a fifth of that expected for a normal September and smashed the previous record low, recorded in 1959, by over 4mm. Dry and warm conditions were caused...
2014/09/30 16:48
2014/09/30 16:48
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Crumbling cliffs on a Tyneside coastline are to be protected with a new sea defence. The soft clays cliff at Trinity Road, in Whitley Bay, which provides access to St Mary’s Island, are being...
2014/09/30 15:53
2014/09/30 15:53
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September was warmer than August across parts of the UK, according to figures released today. The Central England Temperature of 15.3C was 1.2C above the mean for 1981-2010, making the month - rarely...
2014/09/30 14:56
2014/09/30 14:56
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SINGAPORE: A mother and son duo was among eight individuals who received the EcoFriend award from the National Environment Agency (NEA) for outstanding environmental contributions. Mrs Tang-Lee Choon...
2014/09/30 09:48
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I have just received two publications about flooding in West Oxford. The principal agency involved in their publication is the Environment Agency, who are charged, and funded by Parliament, with...
2014/09/30 09:32
2014/09/30 09:32
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Landowners have promised to take court action in removing an illegal encampment of up to 30 eastern-European migrants from a woodland area. The group of men, largely from Romania, have created the...
2014/09/30 07:09
2014/09/30 07:09
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Northern Ireland is set to break the record for the least rainfall, with just 6.5mm falling in the country this month. However the Environment Agency said because of the wet start to the year water...
2014/09/30 06:16
2014/09/30 06:16
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This is set to be the driest September across the UK since records began in 1910, with exceptionally low rainfall for many parts of the country, the Met Office said. It is also likely to finish in...
2014/09/30 05:59
2014/09/30 05:59
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SIXTEEN streets have been branded the grubbiest in Oxford in a city-wide cleanliness survey. Council workers check roads, pavements and gutters and analyse how much litter, dirt and detritis there...
2014/09/29 23:51
2014/09/29 23:51
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Last updated at 20:39, Thursday, 09 February 2012 West Cumbria Rivers Trust has two new members. RIVER ROLES: From left: Christine Davey, Ian Creighton and Karin Crofts on the banks of the River...
2014/09/29 18:43
2014/09/29 18:43
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BUSINESS owners and residents could form an Arnold flood forum at a meeting to tackle the issue on Tuesday. Dozens are expected to turn up at Gedling Borough Council’s Civic Centre to hear how the...
2014/09/29 11:51
2014/09/29 11:51
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Gold rush causes panic in Snowdonia IT is a long way from the Klondike but gold panning in the creeks of Snowdonia is causing panic. Gold rush causes panic near the Gwynfynydd Gold Mine due to...
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