More than 1,000 golden tickets are to be hidden on buses across Lincolnshire.
The lucky winners will claim prises of bus tickets, book vouchers and tech gadgets. It is all part of a campaign to get more people out of their cars and on to public transport.
Catseyes and Sheffield Steel are two significant inventions to be honoured by Royal Mail with a special run of stampsRead the full story ›
The formal signing of the Humber Growth Deal 2015 takes place in Grimsby today. The event marks the further award of almost ten million pounds from the Government to develop ten major projects on both banks of the Humber. This, along with major local investment will see just under £47 million of capital injection into the area.
The Minister for Universities and Science, the Rt Hon Greg Clark MP, will be joined by Lord Haskins, chair of the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership, and leaders of the four Humber local authorities.
Engineers have revealed the first generation of driverless cars, which could be rolled out across the country in a matter of years. Today the Business Secretary gave more details on three projects taking place across the country - each benefiting from a share of £19 million in government cash. Yorkshire road safety campaigners have welcomed the developments - saying it could lead to safer roads for us all. Matt Price reports.
Rail passengers will benefit from free Wi-Fi on trains across England and Wales from 2017, Rail Minister Claire Perry announced today.
Train operators are being asked to set how they will meet the commitment to provide this important service for passengers. All train operators bidding for new franchises and direct award agreements will have to include this specification in their bid.
Where there is no new franchise agreement due in the next two years, almost £50 million of funding will be released from the Department for Transport to ensure Wi-Fi is available on selected services from 2017, including services operated by Great Northern.
Huddersfield based road safety group BRAKE have today welcomed the trial of new 'driverless vehicles.' Several automated prototypes are being unveiled across the UK today. Campaigners say the technology could improve road safety and save lives.
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Today is Safer Internet Day and online awareness groups are urging people to be aware of their use of the internet.Read the full story ›
Police forces across the country are urging people to be vigilant online as part of Safer Internet Day.
It is vital that everybody who goes online, or is responsible for someone who goes online, is aware of the potential risks. The internet is an amazing source of information, so long as you have the information you need to use it safely. Always have your wits about you and understand that what you see might not necessarily be what you get. A friendly 13 year old boy looking to strike up a friendship could be a 50 year old paedophile; an enticing and lucrative investment opportunity could be a con, designed to steal money from you. There are many ways you can reduce your risk of becoming a victim of cyber-crime, not least by educating yourself on internet safety.
Today is Safer Internet Day but sadly, the truth is that hardly a day goes by that we don’t hear some story about the dark power of the internet. There are so many different perils, from confidence tricks where people are sucked into losing money, to young people being groomed by sexual predators. There are huge positives to the internet but there are also some evil people out there with the potential to ruin your life.
Many claimed they did it to fit in, others revealed they turned to bullying to avoid becoming a target themselves, or due to peer pressure.Read the full story ›