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Customers urged to check before they travel and allow extra time for their journey following flood damage to key routes caused by Storm Dennis
The UK’s continued work to reach its legally binding 2050 Net Zero target has been given a boost in the shape of the country’s first citizens’ assembly on climate change.
Funding available for flood affected areas.
Network Rail has reopened the lines at Rotherham Central station this afternoon (Monday, 17 February) following severe flooding to the railway.
Husen Abdullahi from Samuel Rhodes School has been elected as the new Young Mayor, Muskan Khan as Deputy Young Mayor and Jessica Chukwu as the new Member for Youth Parliament.
The digital innovation will challenge ten semi-finalists from nine countries as part of the inaugural Siemens Hallé International Conductors Competition
Following good progress by engineers over the weekend, despite Storm Dennis, services on the Gospel Oak to Barking line are expected to resume on Wednesday 19 February.
Passengers in Cumbria are being advised to plan their journeys during Barrow-in-Furness station’s major subway upgrade later this month.
Storm Dennis has left thousands in the position of having to claim on car and home insurance
New project will see trees planted on city streets.
Scotland’s Deputy First Minister, John Swinney, has announced up to £9.5 million of new funding to strengthen Scotland’s position in precision medicine, an industry estimated to be worth over $130 billion by 2025. The announcement was made at a gathering of academics and business leaders that took place today in Perth.
Network Rail has today (Monday, 17 February) opened a new, longer platform at Market Harborough station, which will allow longer trains with more seats to call there.
First Minister announces new positions.
Over 130 years of signalling history came to an end today on the Wherry lines with the reopening of the Norwich to Yarmouth line following completion of work to introduce a new computerised signalling system, improving reliability of train services. A section of the East Suffolk line from Beccles to Lowestoft also reopened today.
Customers urged to check before they travel and allow extra time for their journey today following flood damage to key routes caused by Storm Dennis
Rural Economy at risk.
Industry-led events set to spotlight cyber security.
A further £24m is being injected immediately into building more new affordable homes in Wales, Housing Minister, Julie James has announced today.