(From R-L) Stuart Rankine, Vehicle and Equipment Manager for NWAS; Neil Maher, Assistant Director Service Delivery Support for NWAS; Gary Eaton, Operations Manager for NWAS; and Nick Withington, Regional Operations Manager for BMW Group, test out the new electrically powered rapid response vehicle at Rochdale ambulance station.

Ambulance service set to save millions with introduction of electric vehicles

North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust (NWAS) is set to become more environmentally friendly as it plans to introduce electrically powered rapid response vehicles (RRVs) into its fleet. NWAS will be one of the first ambulance services in the...

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Cressida Dick appointed as next Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police

Cressida Dick will be the next Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Home Secretary Amber...

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Lincoln Louth-Fire-Station

Shared ambulance and fire station for Louth

From August 2017, ambulance and fire crews will be based in a shared ambulance...

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Darryl Keen

New Chief Fire Officer for Hertfordshire

Hertfordshire County Council’s Fire and Rescue Service will have a new Chief Fire Officer...

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A ‘Helikite’ can provide wide area 4G mobile coverage where permanent sites have been damaged or in areas where there is no 4G coverage.

EE pioneers air mast technology for rural mobile coverage and disaster recovery

EE has today showcased a vital mobile technology of the future, demonstrating how it will...

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Michelin Fleet

Ambulance service gets to grips with Michelin CrossClimate+ tyres

Michelin CrossClimate+ tyres are helping the North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust (NWAS) save...

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HART 2

WMAS invests over £400,000 to strengthen HART teams to a magnificent seven

West Midlands Ambulance Service (WMAS) is investing over £400,000 to strengthen its Hazardous Area...

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