IRS Rail Webinar to debate how data can help rail thrive in turbulent times

COVID-19 has meant that the rail sector can no longer rely on precedence to plan services and maintenance. Interdepartmental real-time data management is crucial.

International Railway Summit is therefore organising the webinar ‘Integrated rail data management: emerging trends for unpredictable times’, in association with Smart Motors, taking place on Tuesday 8 June at 13:00-14:30 CEST.

Post Office statement on Historical Convictions – potential future appeals

DAERA Minister inspects new street sweepers during visit to Mid and East Antrim

Mid and East Antrim Borough Council’s ongoing fightback against littering and waste crime has been praised by the Minister for Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs, Edwin Poots MLA, during a visit to the area.

10 days left to complete your Census online

Residents who haven’t yet filled out their Census form have until 17 May to do so online.

​Baroness Amos appointed as ECB Independent Non-Executive Director

Friends’ Goodwill 2021 broadcasting across the globe

The Friends’ Goodwill Music Festival Virtual 2021 will begin streaming from Mid and East Antrim Borough Council’s website and social media platforms from Saturday 8 May, with 90 minutes of uniquely commissioned content in bite-size chunks, accessible at any time in any part of the world.

West Yorkshire pair arrested on suspicion of £3.4 million furlough fraud

A man and a woman from West Yorkshire have been arrested as part of an HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) investigation into a suspected £3.4 million Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) fraud.

SkiStar is closing off the historic winter season with 150 days of skiing: Safety and security continued focus for summer

On 2 May, the last two of SkiStar’s destinations, Åre in Sweden and Hemsedal in Norway, closed for the winter season, a season which was historic in many ways as the company succeeded in staying open all winter, offering a total of 150 days of skiing. The focus has been on the safety of all guests, employees and residents of the ski resorts, along with good snow conditions and good service.

New £1m Sullatober Household Recycling Centre project takes another step forward

Plans for a new £1million waste recycling facility in Carrickfergus, have taken another step forward with work expected to begin at the site at Sullatober next month, Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) Minister, Edwin Poots MLA, heard during a visit to the site yesterday.

Bury Council elections – the full results

All the results of the Bury Council elections have now been declared, following counting of the votes today at Castle Leisure Centre.