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A voluntary redundancy scheme for those who lost their jobs at the Driver and Vehicle Agency in Northern Ireland is due to open in November.
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NATIONAL Express has seen a seven per cent year-on-year jump in bookings on coach serbices this weeked following the announce-ment that engineering works are set to cause disruption to trains.
AN influx of Russian tourists has helped Scotland become a booming hotspot for visitor spending, with tills ringing up far faster growth than in London.
More than two million Britons will head overseas for the bank holiday weekend, with those staying at home having to contend with busy roads and disrupted rail journeys.
A veteran of the Arctic convoys that took arms and munitions to the north of Russia during the Second World War has received an Ushakov medal to honour his service.
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TRAIN fares across Oxfordshire will soon cost passengers up to 20 per cent more than they did five years ago.
Epsom and Ewell should become part of London and merge with another borough like Sutton, according to one of the market town's councillors.
Leading recycling and waste management company Veolia Environmental Services is taking the smart route to cleaner streets, by using a SphereVision 360 degree video system to monitor its waste management operations around Central London.
The great days of railway travel will be marked this weekend, when the Gainsborough Model Railway commemorates 75 years since the streamlined trains of the 1930s last ran.
A celebrity-favourite designer whose shoes are worn by X Factor judge Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, better known as Cheryl Cole, is opening his first shop outside of London in the North-East.
A PETITION has been launched by an MP calling on changes to a ring and ride service to be scrapped because campaigners say it will leave the elderly isolated.
Queueing traffic and heavier than usual traffic on A19 Bentley Road northbound in Doncaster between St Mary's Roundabout and the Arksey Lane junction.
The incident has led to the closure of the M5 between junctions 13 and 14 Stroud to Thornbury in what the Highways Agency called a "serious incident".
London's backbone is its waterway and a stroll along the Thames is the perfect prologue to the city.
Rory Gallagher pictured at a seminar in the YMCA Wellington Place just before his gig in the Ulster Hall in 1979.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 09:35 am
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