Famous Edinburgh resident set for Freedom of the City honour

November 17, 2013 by  

Professor Peter Higgs, recipient of the coveted Nobel Prize, will likely be presented with the Freedom of Edinburgh after a motion forwarded by Lord Provost Donald Wilson.

The 84-year-old scientist will be honoured for his contribution [Read more]

Dunfermline gets set for inaugural Andrew Carnegie Day

November 15, 2013 by  

Special celebrations are set to be held later this month in Dunfermline, in commemoration of the life of one of the town’s most famous residents.

The first Andrew Carnegie Day is set for 25th November, the famous entrepreneur’s birthday, in [Read more]

Hanley leisure complex to be renamed

November 12, 2013 by  

A new leisure development on the site of the intu Potteries retail centre in Hanley will be given a new title prior to its launch.

Four names are now in the running for the £15m complex.

Hanley’s shoppers were given the challenge of coming up [Read more]

Expanding Stockport firm seeks 20 new employees

November 9, 2013 by  

A furniture manufacturer based in Stockport, near Cheadle, has moved to a new building and has created an additional 20 jobs.

Innova Design Solutions, which provides furniture and interiors for the commercial, health and education sectors, invested £1 million in the move, [Read more]

Indie gaming festival comes to Bath

November 5, 2013 by  

Video game enthusiasts descended on the Assembly Rooms in Bath last week to take part in the ExPlay festival.

Gamers came in their hundreds alongside students and developers, who gave talks on the processes involved in designing and [Read more]

UK cities encouraged to showcase musical achievements

October 31, 2013 by  

According to a recent report backed by the Government, cities across the UK should select ambassadorial figures to celebrate musical heritage.

The suggestion was made after it was revealed that music tourism [Read more]

East Midlands police use posters to deter burglars

September 9, 2013 by  

Police in Derbyshire have been have begun using posters in attempt to reduce criminal activity in the region.

The constabulary has been working specifically with residents to bring down the number of break-ins that are happening in the county. Homeowners and [Read more]

Student wins prize after designing Purley poster

August 29, 2013 by  

A student from a school near Croydon has been praised after winning a poster designing competition.

The Tesco Extra store in Purley encouraged the town’s school children to put their artistic skills into practice by designing a poster which explained [Read more]

How a new business can use banners to boost growth

August 27, 2013 by  

In order to promote a new company and ultimately boost its growth, it’s important to drive as many people toward the business as possible, and then to turn them into [Read more]

Historic newspapers found in Northampton

August 25, 2013 by  

A newspaper dating back to the 18th century has been uncovered at the headquarters of the Northampton Chronicle.

Employees at the firm are currently clearing out their offices in readiness for a move into a new build, which is based near to [Read more]

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