01 Feb 00:00

1949 Oxford Bus returns to Oxford for preservation

After an overland and sea journey of 4,750 miles , OFC 395 finally arrived at the Oxford Bus Museum in Long Hanborough from Mayville, New York State USA . It has been 31 years since this ex-City of Oxford Motor Services 1949 AEC Regent III was last in Oxfordshire. As the picture show, there’s g...
31 Jan 23:30

Do you want to improve your digestion?

Digestive related health problems affect approximately one in five people in the UK. If we can’t digest our food effectively, our cells are not working optimally, which leads to a variety of health issues including; indigestion, acid-reflux, bloating, wind, food intolerances, inflammation and fatig...
28 Jan 15:00

"Crickhowell conundrum" becomes more imminent for small employers according to new research

Employers are increasingly being confronted by the "Crickhowell Conundrum" the choice between competing on a level playing field with large corporations or supporting the communities in which they live by shouldering a level of business taxation that is widely considered too high. &quo...
28 Jan 12:30

Digital Fineprint wins “Best General Startup in the UK”

The Oxford based insurtech startup Digital Fineprint has just won the “Best General Startup Award” in one of the largest startup competitions in the UK, the Grad Factor. The founder, Erik Abrahamsson, and co-founder, Sherry Wan, told us that they are helping insurance companies to sell life insuranc...
28 Jan 10:30

"The hunt is nearly over for 6 Food & Drink startups: Set to Access Life-time Coaching, sharing £360k funding, and a free place to show-off their products at Food and Drink Expo 2016."

The Grocery Accelerator is looking for the next rising stars of the Food and Drink FMCG sector through a competitive selection process. The winning businesses will each access £60k of funding in return for 15% equity, a life-time of coaching in a food specialist environment from the experts and esta...
27 Jan 12:15

Auto-enrolment challenge felt by smaller firms, says FSB

Auto-enrolment challenge felt by smaller firms, says FSB Commenting on the Public Accounts Committee report today, following its inquiry into automatic enrolment to workplace pensions, Mike Cherry, Policy Director at the Federation of Small Businesses, said: “The Committee is right to highligh...
25 Jan 14:15

Top 7 Ways To Enjoy Granola - One For Every Day of National Breakfast Week !

Granola is a delicious breakfast or snack to enjoy throughout the day. Here are some delicious ideas to tempt your taste buds for National Breakfast Week… 1. Granola is delicious simply served with a spoonful of low fat Greek yoghurt, a few fresh raspberries and skimmed milk, sets you up for the...
21 Jan 13:00

Majority of students would apply for an unpaid internship

“Results of the first Annual Internships Survey show over 60% of undergraduates are prepared to work for no pay” graduate-jobs.com has released the results of the first Annual Internships Survey, which is a detailed survey of over 500 students who applied for an internship in 2015. The most su...
21 Jan 12:00

From coal mine to luxury fashion

New luxury London based menswear company created by ex-industrial worker. London, 21st January 2016. www.eversbrook.com a luxury designer menswear company has created an all new range of items for men via an online store. Company founder Jay Bull whom previously worked in coal mines and const...
21 Jan 11:15

ALL FEMALE BRITISH ROWING TEAM SET TO BREAK PACIFIC RECORDS WITH IMMINENT ARRIVAL INTO CAIRNS, AUSTRALIA

BREAKING NEWS: ALL FEMALE BRITISH ROWING TEAM SET TO BREAK PACIFIC RECORDS WITH IMMINENT ARRIVAL INTO CAIRNS, AUSTRALIA AFTER 8,446 MILE JOURNEY AND 10 MONTHS AT SEA. Thursday 21st January 2016: After spending 10 months at sea all female British rowing team The Coxless Crew are set to break reco...
21 Jan 10:15

New figures show only 5% of households have taken advantage of free energy efficiency measures worth hundreds

Today's government energy efficiency headlines show that many UK households are still to take advantage of free insulation measures that could save them hundreds of pounds each year on their energy bills. Under the government Energy Company Obligation (ECO) scheme, which runs until 31st Mar...
21 Jan 00:00

Bicycles celebrate 140 year anniversary in 2016

The Oxford Bus Museum displays Bill Faulkner’s Collection of early bicycles and tricycles, which are on long term loan to the museum, as well as its better known collections of Vintage Buses and Morris Cars. One of the tricycles is 140 years old in 2016. Most people are familiar with modern...
20 Jan 12:15

Audit salaries stagnate and candidates don't want to move jobs

Audit salaries stagnate and candidates don’t want to move. The results of BeecherMadden’s salary survey on the internal audit market have been published today. Over the past 12 months, salaries have not shown any real increase, per grade. Often, this would lead to candidates moving on to other j...
20 Jan 11:30

Healthy Fast Food Brings Nourishment to Leeds

David Stache is a qualified nutritionist. In 2010 he wanted to invest his passion for healthy living into a business. The process of finding the perfect approach took him through a number of ideas including a gym and specialist café, providing advice from a personal nutritionist with a diet and fitn...
20 Jan 10:00

We spend fortunes on corporate hospitality, but do we compare the value?

Next month it will be all eyes on screens again as the 2016 RBS Six Nations Championship commences. This annual event has a powerful draw, with thousands of tickets sold to corporate companies looking to entertain their clients. Companies face the decision of which event to invite clients to, this o...
20 Jan 08:15

Africa has never looked better

There is no doubt that Africa is on the up-and-up. According to Louise Robinson, Managing Director at Database 360, Africa has the necessary elements to be a dominant, global, economic region. Its economy is the fastest growing of any other continent, and it will soon boast the world’s biggest workf...
19 Jan 18:30

Ben Towers takes on new role with Young Start-up Talent

Young Start-up Talent (YST) are excited to announce that Ben Towers, who has recently been named by Richard Branson as “one of the UK’s most exciting entrepreneurs”, has proudly come on board as the initiatives newest non-executive director. Having met in January of 2015, the New Year will mark a...
19 Jan 17:15

FREE Microchipping for your Dog in line with the New Law

Woofs n Wiggles have teamed up in partnership with Colchester Council Dog Wardens to offer an opportunity to have FREE microchipping done on Tuesday 26th of January all day. The initiative is set out to support the new dog law coming into place on April of this year. Please drop in with your dog...