It’s often said that time is the most precious commodity we have. There’s a lot of truth in this, except that time isn’t a commodity – it passes the same for all of us. But for people in business, time is everything. And when we begin to think of time as having real and measurable…
The school in Oxford has been re-branded Iffley Academy to avoid confusion with the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). It was given the unfortunate monicker after becoming an academy in 2013 and was named after part of the River Thames which flows nearby and is known as ‘The Isis’.
Hannah Yarker 20, and her partner Kyle Armstrong, 24, have one white twin and one black twin. Despite one-in-a-million chances, Anaya inherited her mother’s fare skin while dark-skinned Myla takes after mixed-race dad Kyle.
An accomplished businessman and Freeman of the City has moved back to the UK from South Africa to support small businesses in his home county of Norfolk. In addition to years of leading consultancy work for SMEs, Nicholas Eastaugh has worked in business and technical sectors in the UK and South Africa. He has become…
Happy and healthy Elizabeth Spencer started feeling unwell with flu-like symptoms including a headache. But the next day she collapsed and was rushed to A&E where she was put in an induced coma.
The MAV IQ range has expanded its capabilities to exceed rivals in the Intelligent ANPR camera market with new models and an optional expansion module for peripherals.
Lynne Flynn, 31, brought up her 11-month-old son Louie surrounded by the pet pugs – and her photos and videos of the child with the tiny pooches have turned him into an online sensation. Every time she posts a picture of her son playing with a pooch to Instagram account pugsnkisses84 it gets flooded with likes within minutes.
Muhammad Jawad Ali, 30, was kicked in the back and pinned against a shelf before his attacker beat him to a pulp and hit him over the head with a bottle. Father-of-one Muhammad suffered four fractures to his face and was forced to take three weeks off work following the violent attack.
Helping business owners achieve their ambitions for themselves and their businesses is at the heart of the hands on assistance available from Business Doctors. Graham Morgan, former director of South Wales Chamber of Commerce, is the latest person to join Business Doctors, the national support network that helps SMEs develop and grow. With more than…
While kissing at least seven times a week was critical to keeping the fire burning year after year.
Most middle class row ever? – Waitrose customers complained after the cafe swapped china crockery for paper cups and plates
Dubbed ‘the most middle class row ever’ regulars are threatening a boycott after the posh supermarket’s restaurant started serving food and drinks on disposable crockery. Angry regulars in Chichester complained after the store stopped using traditional china for tea and cakes – instead opting for plastic and paper.
Four in ten Brits are only exercising to work off their unhealthy diet – an increasingly-common regime dubbed the Calorie Justification Programme (CJP). Millions of exercise fans admit they only put themselves through their fitness regimes to burn off the excess calories they consume through their extravagant lifestyle. And rather than focusing on…
10-year-old boy who sleeps for 12 hours a day after developing narcolepsy from swine flu jab wins £120k compensation from NHS
Josh Hadfield, now 10, developed the condition within three weeks of receiving the Pandemrix vaccine in 2010. He would fall asleep up to every five minutes – even when he was walking, eating and swimming – and suffered sudden seizures when he laughed.
Beckie Richardson, 19, started hyperventilating and collapsed when she saw the rat next to Smarties and eggs in her home delivery at 1.30pm on Friday (29/1). Mum Sue Richardson, 43, was helping Beckie unload the crates and rushed to help her daughter.
The crooks have been jailed for a total of 21 years after they left a trail of misery at the 39 different houses stealing around £100,000 worth of jewellery. But they were finally trapped and brought to justice after police discovered a TomTom satnav they had used to plan their criminal trips to Devon and Sussex.
Teenage boy becomes first in the UK to have his epilepsy cured – after robot created sat-nav map of his brain
Billy Whitaker, 15, had suffered daily seizures for seven years and conventional surgery to remove part of his brain had failed. But neurosurgeons used a brand-new £350,000 robot – almost exactly like those used in car factories – to drill electrodes deep into his brain.
Former soldier blinded by rocket attack in Afghanistan overcomes trauma by taking stunning pictures in new life as a PHOTOGRAPHER
Chris Nowell, 32, lost total sight in one eye and was partially blinded in the other during a Taliban attack on his base in Helmand province. After spending a month in hospital he faced an uncertain future and became scared to leave the house.