Department for Culture Media and Sport
65/200830 June 2008
Mike Smith has been appointed as the new Chairman of the Tote, Minister for Sport Gerry Sutcliffe announced today.
062/200830 June 2008
The third anniversary of the 7 July bombings in London will be marked by a public act of remembrance and opportunities for private reflection, Tessa Jowell, the Government Minister responsible for humanitarian assistance, announced today.
063\0825 June 2008
Proposals to help bingo clubs by a slight easing of restrictions on gaming machines were announced by Sports Minister Gerry Sutcliffe today.
60/0824 June 2008
Body popping, polka and pirouettes will be available for many more young people across England, under plans to develop stronger links between schools and dance providers, Culture Minister Margaret Hodge announced today.
059/0824 June 2008
Hundreds more young people will have the opportunity to be mentored by elite sports stars, musicians and top media players Culture Secretary Andy Burnham confirmed today.
057/0823 June 2008
A long term plan should be developed to move all radio services across to digital, according to the Digital Radio Working Group (DRWG), in its interim report published today
056/0819 June 2008
The infant school that the world-famous author, DH Lawrence, attended as a child in Nottingham has today been listed at Grade II by Culture Minister, Margaret Hodge
054/0811 June 2008
Two pieces of fine porcelain currently housed in two museums in Britain were looted during the Nazi period, an Independent Panel ruled today.
052\0810 June 2008
Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, Andy Burnham, and Minister for Sport Gerry Sutcliffe today set out their vision for sport in a speech to national governing bodies at Lords cricket ground today.
051/086 June 2008
Free swimming plan for over 60s at the forefront
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