May 31, 2011 by Michael
Owners of local Fife eatery, The Wee Restaurant, are set to branch out and open up a second restaurant at Aberdour Golf Club.
Craig and Vikki Wood have been managing The Wee Restaurant for five years and [Read more]
May 30, 2011 by Lyndon
A campaign for safer cycling has been launched in by the Nottinghamshire Road Safety Partnership to promote the wearing of high visibility clothing and helmets.
The Nottinghamshire Road Safety Partnership is [Read more]
May 29, 2011 by Gareth
The Skyflyer advertising system is a large balloon that would be tethered to the ground in Cardiff Bay. Advertising messages would be printed on the side of the balloon and this [Read more]
May 28, 2011 by Michael
May 27, 2011 by Lyndon
Plans were recently approved for the Fire and Rescue Service in Essex County to explore the possibility of using their headquarters and vehicles as advertising space.
The Essex Fire Authority approved the advertising plans [Read more]
May 27, 2011 by Michael
Two local schoolgirls from Basingstoke recently received a reply from fashion guru Dame Vivienne Westwood after being inspired to write to her about a climate change poster.
Dame Vivienne Westwood published full page ads and posters in [Read more]
May 26, 2011 by Michael
Hertfordshire Police Authority has been blasted by taxpayers over a recent revelation that they spent over £70,000 on printing when a neighbouring authority did not spend a penny.
This focus on spending comes as the news breaks that [Read more]
May 25, 2011 by Gareth
Local singer Hannah Beighton is keen to break into the music industry and will showcase her talent in a show at the new o2 Academy in Leicester.
Hannah Beighton, or Hannah B as she is [Read more]
May 25, 2011 by Michael
Loughborough University has spoken out about the uncertainty faced by the entire higher education world in light of recent cuts in government funding.
A white paper is being currently put through parliament detailing what [Read more]
May 24, 2011 by Lyndon
A 400-year-old map of Britain is to go on display to the public after Cambridge University made digital copies of the map available online.
The map of the British Isles, entitled Theatre of the Empire of Britaine, was published [Read more]