Chief Executive of National Accident Helpline, Russell Atkinson, said: "We have all experienced the disruptive impact that nuisance
marketing has - deep in thought at our desks, out with family and friends or in the middle of cooking a meal, the phone rings only for it to be a cold call.
Age Cymru calls on both the UK and Welsh governments to work together to protect older and vulnerable people from telephone fraud and nuisance
calls by jointly planning that they receive call blocking technology as soon as possible.
Don't put up Too many of us ignore all the electronic intrusions in our lives, whether they are nuisance
calls, spam emails, or unwanted texts.
If the local authority is satisfied that a noise problem amounts to a statutory nuisance
, then they can serve an "abatement notice".
Anyone recently suffering from this problem can add their evidence to the survey by writing to Dr Pocock's Campaign Centre, 46 Rectory Park Avenue, B75 7BN, stating location, time and date of nuisance
Interestingly, the public nuisance
theory has almost always failed in the courts.
claims apply easily to environmental contamination cases.
Damien Gaskell, prosecuting, said that the environmental health department received a complaint about a noise nuisance
coming from a private flat where the teenager lived.
The city attorney plans to file more public nuisance
lawsuits in the coming months, including cases targeting gang headquarters in the San Fernando Valley.
For contractors and recyclers, knowing their dust control options can help them keep both nuisance
complaints and compliance costs down.
It said there had been "many instances in the last weeks of relatives and friends of personnel serving abroad on operations getting nuisance
The regional municipality of Wood Buffalo determined that the tent city residents, located at the end of one of the main streets, were in violation nuisance
bylaw by squatting on municipal land.