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Go-Ahead Group is to acquire Anglian Bus, the Norwich-based transport firm with 71 buses and 133 staff.

Go-Ahead Group has acquired Hedingham Omnibuses, the Colchester-based bus company with depots in five other towns, for undisclosed terms.

Go-Ahead has acquired KonectBus, the Norfolk-based bus operator with 39 buses and 60 staff, for undisclosed terms.

Go-Ahead is to sell most of its ground handling and cargo operations at Heathrow to Dnata for £15m, while its ground handling operations at 11 other airports will be sold to Servisair UK for a nominal sum.

Go-Ahead is to acquire Arriva's bus operations in Horsham for £5m, including 19 vehicles and 58 staff, in order to expand its Metrobus service.

Go-Ahead Group is to acquire the assets of East Thames Buses from Transport for London for £5m, including 113 vehicles and 460 staff.

Go-Ahead has sold Go West Midlands, the bus operator with 370 staff at depots in Birmingham, West Bromwich and Redditch, to Rotala for £2m.

Go-Ahead is to relocate the head office of its public transport business from Tyneside to London, but there will be no transfers and only one job will be lost from the 24-strong Newcastle-based staff.

Go-Ahead has bought the County Durham bus operations of Stanley Taxis for about £1m, with the transfer of 14 buses and 21 drivers.

Go-Ahead has acquired Blue Triangle Buses, the Rainham-based bus operator with 60 vehicles, for £12m, in order to expand its London General subsidiary.

Go-Ahead has acquired PAS, the provider of valet parking services at Gatwick airport, for up to £1.6m.

Go-Ahead has acquired Marchwood Buses, the Southampton-based bus and coach operator with 51 vehicles, for £3m, in order to expand its Solent Blue Line subsidiary.

Go-Ahead has acquired Docklands Minibuses for £3m, in order to expand its London General bus subsidiary.

Go-Ahead is to acquire Probus Management, the Birmingham-based bus operator with more than 100 vehicles, for £2.4m.

Go-Ahead has acquired Hants & Dorset Trim, the Southampton-based bus refurbishment and accident repair services company, for £4.3m.

Go-Ahead has acquired Birmingham Passenger Transport Services, the bus and coach operator, for up to £2m.

Go-Ahead is to acquire Southern Vectis, the operator of 150 buses on the Isle of Wight and in Hampshire, for £14m.

Go-Ahead is to acquire Virgin Aviation's 50% stake in their Plane Handling air cargo joint venture for £20m, in order to expand its Aviance subsidiary.

Go-Ahead has acquired Chauffeured Parking Services, the valet parking operator at a number of airports, for up to £1.2m.

Go-Ahead has acquired Wilts & Dorset Bus Company, the Poole-based operator of 365 buses, for £32m.

Go-Ahead has acquired Meteor Parking, the operator of airport car parks and associated bus services at Heathrow, Stansted, Edinburgh and Southampton, for £16m.

Go-Ahead has acquired Reed Aviation, the provider of ground handling services at six airports, for £5.3m.

Go-Ahead is to acquire Metrobus, the Orpington-based bus operator, in a £15m deal.

Go-Ahead Group has acquired GHI, the provider of passenger and cargo handling services at a number of UK airports, from the US airlines Northwest and Delta for £37m.

Go-Ahead Group is planning to take full control of Thames Trains, which has a franchise to operate trains between Oxford and London Paddington, at a cost of £6.1m.

Go-Ahead Group is buying London General, the bus operator, for £46m.

The Second Pub Estate Company is buying Go-Ahead Leisure, which runs 22 pubs in the north east, from Go-Ahead Group for about £3.2m.