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The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has announced that unemployment in the UK has continued to fall and the number of people in work has continued to rise. The number of people out of work in the January to March period fell to 1.83 million, down 35,000 from the previous quarter and the lowest for seven years. At the...
Gill Laidler, editor of TopicUK has been nominated for the Yorkshire Women of Achievement Awards in the business category. This is in recognition of bringing TopicUK to all businesses throughout Wakefield, Kirklees and Calderdale, offering free PR and promotion to local business and affordable advertising. The event where winners will be announced, takes place at at lunch at Dock Hall...
Featherstone Rovers are delighted to announce that powerhouse forward Ryan Verlinden will be arriving in the UK next week after having his application for an Irish passport accepted. Following the news of his Irish citizenship being confirmed last week Ryan has had to apply for his Irish passport before being legally allowed to enter the UK to work and be...
A vintage clothing enthusiast has converted his small student enterprise into a global Barnsley-based business which sells to brands such as Urban Outfitters and Lush, international buyers and independent retailers. John Hickling started selling his charity shop finds on eBay about 12 years ago and now runs a company which employs 14 people and operates a 23,000 square foot warehouse...
Yorkshire entrepreneurs are being encouraged to write 600 words about their big online business idea to bid for a place on a free fast-track e-commerce programme. The Click e-commerce accelerator will be led by award-winning UK business start-up experts Enterprise Nation at Barnsley Digital Media Centre from next month. Applications to join the initiative were opened five weeks ago –...
A team of six from Ramsdens Solicitors were joined by 40 other local business people sleeping rough supporting Simon on the Streets. The sleep out took place at the John Smith Stadium in Huddersfield and was the first sleep out for the charity in Huddersfield. The team raised £560 and Sinéad Sopala, marketing director commented; “This is the second time the...
09.00am - 01.00pm Have you recognised the importance of IT & Digital Skills for the future of your business? The Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (LEP) Apprenticeship Programme, in association with Google are holding a “must attend” event for small businesses. You’ll be able to find out how important digital skills will be for the future; the help available to find and...
Featherstone Rovers Foundation is our registered charity that is affiliated with Featherstone Rovers RLFC. As part of the community teams fundraising activities they run two parent and toddler sessions each week, ‘Rovers Tots’. Tuesday’s session which runs from 10am till11:30am is ran by volunteer and mum of two, Amy Dobson. The Wednesday sessions run from 9:30am till 11:00am by...
Dr Maxine Stead to share pilot study findings of Reiki benefits on wellbeing of those living with cancer A Huddersfield-based medical researcher and master Reiki practitioner has been invited to speak about why Reiki should be available to those living with cancer on the NHS at a leading national clinical conference. Dr Maxine Stead, who is also the owner of holistic...
Featherstone Rovers star signing Reni Maitua is calling for 2015 season ticket holders to take advantage of our latest ticket offer whereby you can bring up to three friends to the game against Workington for only £10 each if they get to the Big Fella’s Stadium on Sunday before 2pm. Maitua who is making his long awaited home debut for...
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