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Massive Compensation to be Saught

See Saturday's Times front page, lead article at: http://www.thetimes.co.uk/printFriendly/0,,1-2-203545,00.html Sir Nicholas Wall's report to the Lord Chancellor confirms what we have been saying for years - the family justice system is gravely defective. Make no mistake as to the implications:(Added: Tue Feb 12 2002)

Qikker introduces an e-recruitment solution for Local Government popular

NEWS Qikker introduces an e-recruitment solution for Local Government * Qikker Solutions introduces an innovative e-recruitment solution built to specifically address Local Government recruitment processes, including the demands of moving online and Equal Opportunities management * Syniad(Added: Tue Feb 12 2002)

UK Government holds the Key to Airport Anti-Terrorist Technology popular

Governments fear that the terrorist attacks that occurred on 11th September 2001 can be repeated. It is predicted that the US Aviation Security’s spending will be doubled by 2004 (a rise to $1.4 billion from the $558 million in 1999) and global technology firms are finding the best cost-effective “v(Added: Fri Jan 18 2002)

AMERICA DURING THE BILL CLINTON ERA

With biting wit and probing insight, award-winning syndicated newspaper columnist Walt Brasch looks at the politics, media, and social issues in his latest book, "The Joy of Sax: America During the Bill Clinton Era." Published by Lighthouse Press (Deerfield Beach, Florida, USA), "The Joy of Sax" is (Added: Wed Dec 26 2001)

A new national debt helpline - a new lifeline to us all. popular

The UK National Insolvency Helpline has officially pledged its support to all advice centres that face closure. In the UK many advice agencys face closure due to lack of funding. Quite often advice centres which help thousands of people a year have to close their doors because of a lack of fun(Added: Wed Dec 26 2001)

Institute of Welsh Affairs Appoints Financial Times Executive as Development Director popular

The Institute of Wales Affairs has appointed Rhys David, currently Surveys Editor of the Financial Times, to be its first Development Director in an expansion phase of the Institute’s activities. At the IWA Rhys David will work with the Director, John Osmond, to develop the Institute’s strategic(Added: Wed Dec 19 2001)

Assembly Government Joins Euro Regions with Legislative Powers popular

In the week when the Laaken European summit is likely to establish a Constitutional Convention to examine power sharing between Brussels, the Member States and the Regions, the IWA’s latest Assembly Monitoring report reveals that Rhodri Morgan has joined the cause of 45 legislative Regions in the EU(Added: Wed Dec 12 2001)

FAREWELL TO OUR CIVIL RIGHTS PARTY!!!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Celebration to Bid Farewell to Our Civil Rights!! VANCOUVER, B.C.- Dec 10, 2001 - Come one, come all to flush away your civil liberties. 4:00pm, December 13th, at the Vancouver Art Gallery (Robson st. side) there will be a gathering of all those wishing to thank the Canad(Added: Mon Dec 10 2001)

UK Law For Rescues And Sanctuaries popular

A Private Parliamentary Bill setting statutory standards for animal rescue centres and sanctuaries, is currently being drafted for its second reading in parliament in January 2002. If adopted into law, the Animal Sanctuaries (Licensing) Bill will create a new definition for rescues and sanctuaries r(Added: Thu Dec 06 2001)

Prosecution of 18-Hawaiian-Judges for Federal-Crimes popular

PRESS-RELEASE 11/16/2001 BY THIS INVITATION AND NOTICE, OF THE PUBLIC-COURT-HEARING ON THE 11/19/2001, 9:00 AM IN THE HAWAII-FEDERAL-COURT-BUILDING, ROOM C-209. :EIGHTEEN-HAWAII-JUDGES IN THE SUMMON For their PERSONAL-APPEARANCE In a FEDERAL-COURT-HEARING on the November/19/2001, 9AM For (Added: Sat Nov 24 2001)

MICROSOFT SIGNS ENTERPRISE AGREEMENT WITH MOD TO STREAMLINE IT INFRASTRUCTURE popular

08.11.01 PR27/Defence MICROSOFT SIGNS ENTERPRISE AGREEMENT WITH MOD TO STREAMLINE IT INFRASTRUCTURE - central licensing agreement rationalises IT procurement to meet the needs of ‘Joined-up-Defence’ – Microsoft has announced that it has signed a central licensing agreement(Added: Fri Nov 09 2001)

Award-winning Government Online Service Goes Live! popular

MEDWAY PARENTING PROJECT GOES LIVE – 22/10/2001 MyVal Ltd. the leading games and development company and Medway Council announce the launch of the Positive Parenting Network service (www.medwayppn.org). In May the service won an Innovation Award at the Government Computing 2001 Conference i(Added: Tue Oct 23 2001)

Fight poverty to prevent hunger says MEP on World Food Day popular

web link Plaid Cymru MEPs www.plaidcymrumeps.com NO EMBARGO - For immediate release Fight poverty to prevent hunger says MEP on World Food Day Plaid Cymru the Party of Wales Euro MP Eurig Wyn has marked World Food Day by calling on the UN to widen its agenda of fighting poverty and hunger (Added: Tue Oct 16 2001)

Public Procurement in Scotland Conference Airs New EU Directives popular

Public Procurement in Scotland Conference Airs New EU Directives More than 180 delegates from Scotland’s public sector recently (10 September) attended the first conference to present and debate the proposed changes to European Directives that govern public sector procurement in the UK. (Added: Tue Sep 18 2001)

"Elvis Presley International Airport Memphis popular

A Campaign to have Memphis Airport named in honour of the late Elvis Presley is meeting with some sucess having been featured in the "Memphis Business Journal", "News of The World" , "the Irish News", Ireland, an the "Sun Herald" in Australia! Patsy Anderson of Fan Relations Memphis, says Grace(Added: Thu Aug 23 2001)

SOUTH YORKSHIRE FIRM ON TRACK IN THE EMERALD ISLE popular

H Bingham & Son Ltd in Doncaster, has won a £450,000 order from Irish Rail to manufacture and install a train washing plant as a result of working with Trade Partners UK. The company’s success came as a result of using the South Yorkshire International Trade Centre’s new Targeted Expo(Added: Thu Aug 23 2001)

WHY IS HSE UNSAFE? popular

From: ExploSafety Principal - Robert D Willcox MBE MIExpE, Tel: +44 (0) 77 33 11 2347 Fax / voice mail: +44 (0) 702 116 6030 e-mail: bob-willcox@explosafety.com UK NEWS ITEM HSE’s OLD & NEW EXPLOSIVE STORAGE REGULATIONS ARE UNSAFE & NEITHER OF THEM MATCHES ITS OWN MISSION STATEMEN(Added: Sat Jul 28 2001)

Professor and ex-speechwriter to Prince of Wales: popular

Jules Lubbock, Professor and former speechwriter to the Prince of Wales, argues “BUILD ON THE COUNTRYSIDE” --------------------------------------------------- In a controversial polemic for openDemocracy, to be published on Thursday July 5th, Jules Lubbock calls for the dismantling(Added: Wed Jul 04 2001)

WALES URGED TO ADOPT ZERO WASTE STRATEGY popular

PRESS RELEASE SUE ESSEX, MINISTER FOR THE ENVIRONMENT LAUNCHES THE WALES WASTE STRATEGY CONSULTATION DOCUMENT AT NEWPORT WASTESAVERS AND AFTERWARDS AT THE HILTON HOTEL NEWPORT JULY 4TH 2001. WALES SHOULD HAVE THE COURAGE TO ADOPT A ZERO WASTE STRATEGY AND CREATE JOBS – TURN WASTE FR(Added: Wed Jul 04 2001)

Belgian Gvnt hosts conference on EU Music policy popular

NEWS RELEASE BELGIAN PRESIDENCY HOSTS FIRST EVER EU CONFERENCE TO ADDRESS EU POLICIES IN MUSIC The Belgian Presidency, which heads the European Union from July to December 2001, is organising the first ever European conference to address EU policies for the music industry. The confere(Added: Tue Jun 19 2001)

save the chillingham wild cattle popular

Please, please save the Chillingham Wild Cattle. Foot and mouth is creeping all around them - and this herd must be saved, whether it has the disease or not. It is a National Heritage Herd and absolutely unique and must not be lost. Please help to campaign for this herd to be saved. The Wild(Added: Sat Apr 28 2001)

PLAID CYMRU LEADER SLAMMED FOR “BREATHTAKING HYPOCRISY” popular

A News Release from the Office of... MARTYN JONES MP Member of Parliament for Clwyd South House of Commons London SW1A 0AA FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday, 03 April 2001 PLAID CYMRU LEADER SLAMMED FOR “BREATHTAKING HYPOCRISY” ON ELECTION CLAIMS Clwyd South MP, MARTYN JONES toda(Added: Tue Apr 03 2001)

Liverpool City Council and BT join forces in multi-million pound ventureLiverpool City Council and B popular

A unique partnership, worth at least £300m over ten years, between Liverpool City Council and BT unveiled today (Friday March 23 2001) will slash town hall red tape, improve customer services and at the same time safeguard hundreds of jobs. The new organisation marks a first for local government (Added: Wed Mar 28 2001)

TORIES SET ANIMAL WELFARE AGENDA FOR NEXT ELECTION popular

The National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) today welcomed the Conservative Party Pre-election Policy Document ‘Protecting Our Animals’, published today, which sets their animal welfare agenda for the next election. The most important promise, amongst a raft of new ideas, is the unde(Added: Mon Feb 19 2001)

The Dialogue for Action popular

The Dialogue for Action of "The State Black" in Michigan will be held at the campus of Lansing Community College, in Dart Auditorium on Monday February 26,2001 at 7:00pm. The program will air on Michigan Government Television. The panel includes Michigan's noted political, business and educational l(Added: Wed Feb 14 2001)

Jack Straw launches crime reduction initiative popular

Embargoed for publication until 00.01hr Friday 16th Feb Jack Straw and Sir Alan Sugar launch email initiative In bid to fight crime Email technology enables virtual crime watching community Friday 16th February sees the launch of e-m@iler watch, a revolutionary new scheme which allows(Added: Tue Feb 13 2001)

RISE IN RAF SEARCH AND RESCUE INCIDENTS popular

NEWS FROM THE ROYAL AIR FORCE Immediate Release RISE IN RAF SEARCH AND RESCUE INCIDENTS Royal Air Force helicopters, other aircraft, and mountain rescue teams were involved in 1750 search and rescue incidents in the year 2000, a rise of 5.5% compared to 1999. They included airlifting an elderly pa(Added: Wed Jan 03 2001)

Number 99 Returns to the Air popular

NUMBER 99 RETURNS TO THE AIR The Royal Air Force is bringing back one of its historic squadrons after a quarter of a century to operate the latest addition to its transport fleet. Number 99 Squadron will be reformed at RAF Brize Norton, in Oxfordshire, to fly four giant C-17 cargo aircraft being(Added: Tue Dec 12 2000)

Election Losers -- Psychology of Defeat popular

LOS ANGELES--But what about those candidates who lose? What psychological reactions do they experience? What's it like for those people who've invested their hearts, souls and possibly their own money in trying to win an election and fail? Los Angeles psychologist Robert R. Butterworth, Ph.D., gives(Added: Mon Dec 11 2000)

BT Revolutionises Nottingham City Council Communication popular

December 7, 2000 JBN/004 BT REVOLUTIONISES NOTTINGHAM CITY COUNCIL COMMUNICATION Nottingham City Council will today announce a £4.5 million deal with BT to provide an IT communications infrastructure which will revolutionise the council’s networking technology and bring local government communicat(Added: Thu Dec 07 2000)
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