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A new UK carbon accreditation scheme, which will allow firms to outline woodland creation projects in their greenhouse gas reports, has been given the green ... More
Toddlers need at least three hours of exercise a day to help avoid obesity in later life, according to new guidelines published by the UK ... More
Tourism businesses across Ireland have been urged to pass on a new reduced VAT rate of 9 per cent as part of the government's bid ... More
The UK government's Environment Agency has won the International Theiss River Prize - which marks outstanding achievement in river management and restoration - for its ... More
Welsh deputy minister for housing and regeneration Jocelyn Davies has launched a new £55m fund to help revamp cities and towns across Wales. The Regeneration ... More
Dr Tony Jewell, the chief medical officer (CMO) for Wales, has called for the introduction of tighter controls on alcohol in a bid to help ... More
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Les Mills
An historic exhibition of works from the Government Art Collection (GAC) is to open next year at the Whitechapel Gallery, London. The exhibition will be ... More
JD Wetherspoon chair Tim Martin has called for the new government to change its attitude towards the pub industry, claiming that 'unproductive' legislation has done ... More
Manx National Heritage (MNH) is making a bid to have two of the island's historic sites placed on UNESCO's World Heritage List, a move for ... More
Tourist bosses in the Pacific region have raised grave concerns over the negative impact of the UK government's proposed further increase in Air Passenger Duty ... More
Women may need to exercise for an hour day to stop gaining weight, according to a new study. The study, conducted by Harvard researchers and ... More
The British Hospitality Association (BHA) has announced that 38-year-old Ufi Ibrahim will take over from Bob Cotton as the association's new chief executive. Ibrahim, who ... More
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ukactive
Daily fines could be imposed on the UK government after air pollution at London's Heathrow Airport exceeded limits outlined in the European Union's (EU) 2008 ... More
David Fursdon and John R Walker CBE have been appointed commissioners of English Heritage. Making the announcement, culture minister Margaret Hodge said that their terms ... More
A report by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has declared that there is a "clear link" between sunbeds and skin cancer. The ... More
Irish budget airline Ryanair has announced plans to slash the number of services it operates out of Stansted Airport by 40 per cent this winter ... More
Exercise Training and Sports Academy (eta) in South Africa has signed up to become the first approved centre in the country to be accredited by ... More
Promotion of the arts in Scotland could be threatened by a decline in National Lottery funding. The Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has ... More
The UK government has officially launched its two-year, £140m, Swim4Free initiative - which will see free swimming offered to those aged under 16 or over ... More
The hospitality industry still has the right to work more than a 48-hour week after formal discussions in Brussels to scrap the opt-out clause failed ... More
Last month, Kentucky Fried Chicken announced it would create 9,000 new jobs in the next five years at an investment cost of £150m; Subway made ... More
The British Hospitality Association (BHA) is worried that if the UK fails to retain the opt-out clause in the European Working Time Directive, the new ... More
Budget airline Ryanair has announced that it plans to abolish all of its airport check-in desks as part of a move to introduce its online ... More
A new chair, Michael Thornhill, has been appointed to the board of the Hairdressing and Beauty Industry Association (Habia), the UK government-approved standards body for ... More
A new chair, Michael Thornhill, has been appointed to the board of the Hairdressing and Beauty Industry Association (Habia), the UK government-approved standards body for ... More
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