How to reduce the risk of a car accident

March 26, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
How to reduce the risk of a car accident

It’s hard to imagine life these days without cars. Simply getting to and from work, doing the school run and taking trips to the shops can be nigh on impossible without our trusty vehicles to get us from A to B. However, using the roads can be risky. Highlighting this fact, figures from the Road…

Lily Loraley opens second online shop Song of Jewellery

March 26, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
Lily Loraley opens second online shop Song of Jewellery

The retailer made the announcement following the success of it’s first site Playa Payaya which features boho-chic clothing, jewellery and accessories.

Heartbreaking pictures show how quickly meningitis took hold of brave toddler who’s lost all four limbs.

March 26, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
Heartbreaking pictures show how quickly meningitis took hold of brave toddler who’s lost all four limbs.

This heartbreaking set of images show just how quickly meningitis took hold of a toddler who has lost all her limbs to the disease. Brave Harmonie-Rose Allen was struck down by the killer bug last September when she was nine months old – just ten days after taking her first faltering steps.

Luxury ski specialist launches Ski-Tox mountain health retreat

March 26, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
Luxury ski specialist launches Ski-Tox mountain health retreat

Fresh from the inevitable excesses of the usual ski holiday – an overindulgence in the plentiful food and drink, long and exhausting days on the slopes and nowhere near enough sleep – Kaluma clients seemed to crave something a little different.

Are luxury cars safe?

March 26, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
Are luxury cars safe?

Along with performance and efficiency, vehicle safety is now high on the list of requirements for prospective buyers. In response to this demand, luxury car manufacturers are steadily introducing new examples of vehicle safety technology to give drivers the greatest possible levels of safety for their every journey.

Travel experiences are still better shared in person, claim researchers

March 25, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
Travel experiences are still better shared in person, claim researchers

The study by CityBase Apartments questioned 1,000 people about how they like to communicate their adventures after trips. And despite the rise in recent years of social networks and online review sites, the majority of travellers said they shared their experiences face to face with friends, family and collegaues.

More than HALF of lawyers wish they’d chosen a different job

March 24, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
More than HALF of lawyers wish they’d chosen a different job

The majority of legal professionals say they entered the profession in the hope of earning high salaries, early retirement, or simply for the cachet of calling themselves a ‘lawyer’.

Are your marketing efforts stuck in the past?

March 24, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
Are your marketing efforts stuck in the past?

When talking about marketing, we need to stop separating online and offline efforts, when they’re all aiming for the same goals. Sure, you’ll have strengths and weaknesses in every member of the team.

Barbara Windsor: A lifetime of entertainment

March 24, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
Barbara Windsor: A lifetime of entertainment

Barbara, or Babs as she is fondly referred to by her fans, decided that acting was the career for her after she was taken backstage at a theatre by her grandmother.

Apprentice reject launches her own site selling BROKEN goods

March 24, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
Apprentice reject launches her own site selling BROKEN goods

Maggie Brown, 30, had auditioned for the hit BBC show several times but never had the chance to impress Sir Alan Sugar.

First look at Britain’s most expensive legal traveller’s site – a £1.7million facility on green belt in Bath which has sound proof walls to keep the noise out.

March 19, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
First look at Britain’s most expensive legal traveller’s site – a £1.7million facility on green belt in Bath which has sound proof walls to keep the noise out.

These are the first pictures inside Britain’s most expensive legal travellers’ site which cost a staggering £1.6 MILLION – to permanently house just EIGHT families. The site is built on greenbelt land at a cost of £123,000 per pitch and is surrounded by soundproof fencing to keep out the noise of a nearby road.

Mum investigated by public health officials for selling ‘placenta smoothies’.

March 19, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
Mum investigated by public health officials for selling ‘placenta smoothies’.

A mother-of-two who makes smoothies from raw human PLACENTAS is being investigated by public health officials. Kathryn Beale produces the drinks for new mums from the kitchen of her terraced home and sells them for £25 each.

Baby crushed to death by wall after dad backs into it with his recovery truck

March 18, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
Baby crushed to death by wall after dad backs into it with his recovery truck

A one-year-old baby who died after being crushed by bricks when his dad drove into a wall in his recovery truck was yesterday (Tue) named as Amaan Yaseen. Emergency services were called at around 5pm on Monday (16/2) after the pick-up reversed into a garden wall on Queens Road, in Stetchford, Birmingham.

Sensor Access releases its latest range of long distance readers

March 18, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

Sensor Access provides door access control for workplaces, car parks, schools and large private homes.

Gypsumtools launches online plastering tool repair service

March 18, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
Gypsumtools launches online plastering tool repair service

Gypsumtools, based in the Midlands, is renowned for offering one of the largest ranges of drylining products online as well as one of the UK’s biggest ranges of new tools for the plastering industry.

PR firm launches one-day course teaching small businesses how to get publicity

March 18, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
PR firm launches one-day course teaching small businesses how to get publicity

The course, run by Campfire Communications, will teach business owners how to do their own PR in just one day so that they start to be seen.

A WWII German plane tail fin from the world’s deadliest pilot is set to go up for auction – depicting all the 121 Allied planes he shot down.

March 17, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
A WWII German plane tail fin from the world’s deadliest pilot is set to go up for auction  – depicting all the 121 Allied planes he shot down.

A tail wing from a German WW2 plane flown by the world’s deadliest pilot depicting all 121 enemies he shot down is up for auction. The bullet-ridden section of the Messerschmitt is adorned with stencil paintings of the aircraft downed by Heinz-Wolfgang Schnaufer.