A series of possible designs for the new Moorside nuclear development in Cumbria have been drawn up.Read the full story ›
NuGen has released images of the proposed Moorside nuclear development in West Cumbria, ahead of a public consultation into the scheme.Read the full story ›
A new £15 million nuclear college will be based at two hubs - in Cumbria and Somerset.
The National College for Nuclear is set to open its doors in late 2017, and aims to train the next generation of workers in the nuclear sector.
The Cumbrian hub will be opened at Lakes College in Workington, and will work with Sellafield Ltd and the University of Cumbria.
The announcement means that work will now begin on developing the curriculum which will help to train the next generation of nuclear workers.
It is expected that new qualifications will be available in 2017 that reflect the needs of the nuclear sector and address the skills challenge facing the industry and its supply chain.
A number of public meetings took place on Wednesday evening addressing concerns over the impact a new power station in West Cumbria might have on nearby houses.
The meetings were held after 1600 people living in and around Whitehaven, received letters giving the impression their homes will be compulsory purchased to make way for the Moorside project.
Nuclear Company NuGen has since apologised and says not all properties will be affected.
Kate Walby was in West Cumbria last night:
An internal investigation at the nuclear support company highlighted possible fraudulent activity.Read the full story ›
Sellafield say that work to clear up the last of nuclear fuel at the Pile Storage Pond has meant a reduction in radioactivity levels by 70 per cent.
The removal of fuel from the 68-year-old pond is part of Sellafield's 100 year mission to clean up the nuclear site- which is the most complex site in the UK.
The fuel has been transferred to a modern storage building, with the company saying it's now much safer for the public and environment.
Workers at Sellafield have finally finished removing stocks of historic nuclear fuel from the site's Pile Fuel Storage Pond.Read the full story ›
Find out about the 50-tonne piece of equipment which will be used to clean up the most hazardous building on Sellafield.Read the full story ›
Part of a machine which will play a crucial role cleaning up the most hazardous building at Sellafield has arrived on site.
The 50-tonne component was transferred three miles by road from Beckermet.
It will retrieve radioactive waste from the Magnox Swarf Storage facility.
Cumbria County Council says if the Moorside project goes ahead, the government and NuGen will need to invest in local infrastructure.Read the full story ›