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The Government has urged local authorities to stop misusing health and safety rules to ban activities that are not dangerous and start using common sense instead. Ministers claimed that a school in Gloucester banned girls from wearing frilly socks in
UberX, the low-cost alternative to the startup's black car service, is about to get more expensive...It will also reinstate its 20% commission for its UberX drivers because the company had been losing money, GeekWire reports . The new fee will
Kristin Streff / AP A new bylaw could require Toronto pool operators to post the results of their inspections. Operators of pools, spas, hot tubs and wading pools in Toronto could soon be required to post on-site inspection notices, letting the
US Coast Guard/handout/EPA Easter Sunday will mark the fourth anniversary of the BP oil well blowout in the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Eleven workers on the Deepwater Horizon drilling platform died and almost five million barrels of oil
Nutriom LLC, a Lacey-based company that manufactures a freeze-dried egg product, has agreed to an expanded recall of its product for possible salmonella contamination, even though the company initially refused to comply, saying its products were safe.
Everything we know so far General Motors, as you may have heard, is in a heap of trouble over its latest recall. Things have gotten so bad and may continue to worsen that Toyotas unintended acceleration debacle could look like a speck in....
University of Kentucky Police are checking surveillance video in hopes of identifying the person who tried to set a car on fire Wednesday night. According to UK officials, someone ignited an empty cardboard beer case and placed it under a car parked
Federal investigators successfully removed 4,000 containers of hazardous chemicals from a home here in a cleanup that took almost 10 days, officials said...Environmental Protection Agency inspected the house April 8 after firefighters discovered the
The Arizona Senate has unanimously approved a bill lawmakers hope will avert a federal takeover of the state's construction safety standards division. Senate Bill 1307 was approved by the House last week and by the Senate on Wednesday...Arizona has
The freight railroad industry says only one-fifth of its track will be equipped with mandatory safety technology to prevent most collisions and derailments by the deadline set by Congress. The Association of American Railroads said in a report