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Overnight rail service Caledonian Sleeper paid tribute to the Scottish Bard on Friday (25 January) by inviting guests to enjoy an evening of traditional Burns Night celebrations.
Caledonian Sleeper’s new carriages made their first trial run to London Euston today (Tuesday 22 January) ahead of their launch later this year
NorthLink Ferries is proud to once again support Shetland’s world-renowned fire festival, Up Helly Aa (Tuesday 29 January), by sponsoring the event’s live webcam for the seventh consecutive year
More than £7,000 has been donated to The Archie Foundation thanks to NorthLink Ferries staff.
Serco Group plc ('Serco' or 'the Group'), the international service company, is in negotiations through its Australian subsidiary to operate as a sub‑contractor to Bupa Health Services Pty Ltd (Bupa), following their selection by the Commonwealth of Australia (Department of Defence) to provide Garrison Health Services to the Australian Defence Force
Serco Group plc ('Serco' or 'the Group'), the international service company, has been awarded contracts by the UK Home Office Visas and Immigration department for two regions of the new Asylum Accommodation and Support Services Contract (AASC), being the North West of England and the Midlands & East of England.
Serco Group plc (“Serco”), the international service company, announces that Eric Born has been appointed as a Non-Executive Director of Serco and a member of the Audit and Corporate Responsibility Committees with effect from 1 January 2019.
Serco Leisure has won the title Water Leisure Operator of the Year at the 2018 UK Pool & Spa Awards held on the 10th of this month in Birmingham.
Prisoners at Kohuora Auckland South Corrections Facility have delivered a bride her “perfect” wedding cake ahead of her nuptials in West Auckland.
Serco Group plc ('Serco' or 'the Group'), the international service company, today provides its scheduled update on financial performance for 2018 and for the outlook for 2019.
Serco Defence proudly congratulates the 38 Royal Australian Navy and 4 Royal New Zealand Navy Maritime Warfare Officers who graduated with their Bridge Warfare qualifications in a ceremony held yesterday at HMAS Watson in Sydney.
Serco Group plc ('Serco' or 'the Group'), the international service company, has signed contract extensions with both Peterborough City Council and Lincolnshire County Council to continue providing a range of frontline and back office services to these councils. The contract extensions have a combined total value to Serco of approximately £135m.
Serco Group plc, the international service company, is launching its newly re-established think-tank, the Serco Institute, to develop research, insight, and innovation in the UK and internationally to create the next generation of solutions for public services.
Serco, the international service company, has signed a new contract with the Australian Defence Force (ADF) to provide In-Service support of the Mini-Typhoon, Typhoon and Toplite systems deployed on 23 ships of the Royal Australian Navy.
Passengers using the Northern Isles Ferry Services are set to benefit from improved on board facilities with investment worth more than £2 million from the Scottish Government.
Serco announces that it has signed up to the national ‘Ban the Box’ campaign from Business in the Community (BitC), which is creating a fair chance for ex-offenders to compete for jobs and bringing down the £15 billion a year cost of reoffending.
Serco’s Brook Bloomfield has become the first apprentice to ever complete the new ‘Aviation Ground Operative Standard’ in England - passing his training with a distinction.
NorthLink Ferries has published timetables confirming arrangement for the regular planned maintenance of its passenger vessels, with one vessel at a time due to be out of service between 13 January and 25 March.
Gym staff from UK facilities managed by leading leisure services provider Serco Leisure are set to take part in a new training initiative, focusing on the use of digital technology as part of health and fitness programmes.
Darwin-based Alicia Pollock has become one of only a handful of specialist female tug operators in Australia following a specialist two-week accreditation that included docking during one of Darwin’s renowned summer afternoon storms. Alicia has been driving boats professionally for the past eight years and is now accredited to operate specialist Azimuth Stern Drive (ASD) tugs used by Serco Australia to assist Royal Australian Navy ship movements in ports and harbours around Australia.