News archive from 11 February 2014, page 16

Education City in Oakham wins industry award

Education City in Oakham wins industry award

Staff at an education firm are celebrating after scooping an industry award. Education City, based in Oakham, won the exhibition stand of the year honour at this year’s Bett Awards, held to celebrate success in the educational resources sector....

 
Barclays increases staff bonus pool

Barclays increases staff bonus pool

Barclays has said it increased the total amount it paid on staff bonuses last year. The bank's total bonus pool for 2013 rose by 10% to £2.38bn, from £2.17bn in 2012, with the investment bank's bonus pool increasing by 13%. "At Barclays we...

BBC, 07:34 in Business
 

Theatre director wins landmark case to save her childhood home

A theatre director has won a landmark victory over council bosses in her battle to save her childhood home. Glen Walford argued that her family’s property in Stourport-on-Severn belonged to her and should not be included in calculations over her...

 
Report says plans for £43m Project Angel are progressing well

Report says plans for £43m Project Angel are progressing well

Plans to build a new £43 million head office for Northamptonshire County Council in Northampton town centre are progressing well, a report has said. The scheme, dubbed Project Angel, will see the county council move all of its operations and 2,000...

 
Harrogate youngsters talk e-safety

Harrogate youngsters talk e-safety

Groups of children and young people in North Yorkshire have developed a series of online safety initiatives and ideas which they are presenting to the county's key decision-makers next week. The groups will present a series of e-safety ideas to the...

 
Harrogate youngsters talk e-safety

Harrogate youngsters talk e-safety

Groups of children and young people in North Yorkshire have developed a series of online safety initiatives and ideas which they are presenting to the county's key decision-makers next week. The groups will present a series of e-safety ideas to the...

 

It’s the flippin’ Street Monkeys!

Flipping between buildings and practising their moves in city streets, the Street Monkeys have been free running in Preston for the last three years. SARAH FIELDEN finds out more Dismissed by some as antisocial, the talented Street Monkeys use urban...

 

Kate to attend first event of year

The Duchess of Cambridge will carry out her first royal engagement of the year tonight as she joins stars from the world of art and showbiz at the National Portrait Gallery. Kate will attend the Portrait Gala at the central London gallery along with...

 
Barclays Bonuses Go Up As Its Profit Drops

Barclays Bonuses Go Up As Its Profit Drops

Barclays bank has pushed up staff bonuses by 10%, despite seeing both its revenue and profit fall. The bank said it would pay £2.378bn in "incentives", following the release of its annual results for 2013. It said investment banking staff...

 
OPINION: Medals may leave legacy

OPINION: Medals may leave legacy

Legacy is a word that is almost as synonymous with the Olympic Games these days as the original values of "Faster Higher Stronger'. What it actually means is open to the interpretation of whoever is using ‘legacy’ in their particular argument....

 

Staff from Sun Centre, Nova Centre, and Bowls Centre seeking legal advice

Devastated Clwyd Leisure staff are seeking legal advice after their jobs came to an abrupt end when three facilities closed suddenly on Friday . Workers were told the company would be bringing in an insolvency practitioner, forcing the shutdown of...

 

Stoicism can kill you! Warning to Brits who ignore signs of cancer because they do not want to waste their...

Cancer victims are reducing their chances of survival by delaying reporting symptoms because they do not want to waste their doctor’s time. Even though immediately going to a GP increases the chance of the cancer being caught, some are waiting up to a...

Daily Mail, 07:50 in Health
 

Haf Thomas: Fundraiser has now handed over around £45k to good causes

A prolific fundraiser has handed over another hefty cheque to another good cause. Haf Thomas has supported numerous charities since she organised a concert in 1995 – and has raised around £45,000 in that time.  During the past year she raised £1,050...

 

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Daily Mail, 07:51 in Sport
 
Neighbours object to town centre takeaway plan

Neighbours object to town centre takeaway plan

PLANS to open a new restaurant and takeaway in the heart of South Shields town centre have raised the hackles of existing traders. South Tyneside Council’s planning committee will next week consider an application to turn the former Warren James...

 


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