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January 20, 2014

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A £10 million fund will be available to alternative technology providers who come forward with innovative ideas to help superfast broadband reach Britain’s most remote communities, according to Culture Secretary Maria Miller.

Culture secretary announces £10m fund for innovation in spreading superfast broadband
New Services

Fibre to the Future aims to teach residents and companies the benefits of getting online through a series of initiatives running across the city.

Fibre to the Future campaign to be launched to get residents and small businesses online

DWP funding has helped develop a new website service to enable tenants to help themselves and move to more affordable accommodation in the private rental sector.

New website to help tenants find affordable accommodation

Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael has welcomed the announcement of which Scottish towns and villages are next in line to get high speed broadband as part of the Superfast Britain programme.

High speed broadband to be rolled out to more Scottish locations
New Product / Technology

The National Archives has made thousands of digitised First World War unit war diaries from France and Flanders available online.

First World War diaries go online to mark centenary
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Winchester City Council has appointed PayByPhone to handle mobile payments at its off-street car parks for a further three years.

50,000 people choose to pay for parking via mobile web and app in Winchester
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