By Wacky Nation
In Olympic year the majestic game of Rock, Paper, Scissors gets its own global contest. 2016 is already a massive year for sport.
By Indian Property Show
As the Indian Property Show returns to Olympia London, we tell you why it is the ideal time to invest in India.
By Blake Moore and Bond
Blake Moore and Bond launch Canadian authored new Sci-fi title in Japan
By The Athlete Factory
Leading New Zealand rugby coach Mike Rogers will stage two workshops in London in the next few weeks to train aspiring young coaches in proven skills development strategies and world class strength and conditioning.
By 360 Video of London's Lumiere Festival
A London-based productions company has captured the recent “Lumiere - A Spectacle of Lights” show and produced a 360 degree video that showcases the magic of the event.
By The Foreign Policy Summer School Conference 2016
Increasing tensions between Russia and the West are likely to lead to a deterioration of relations that could lead to an accidental nuclear exchange, says the Foreign Policy Summer School, a conference for future leaders in Foreign Policy.
By Theatre Breaks
The results from the annual Theatre Survey from theatrebreaks.co.uk are published today with UK theatregoers establishing themselves as Les Mis loving, Jason Donovan fans who like a drink! Over 1400 theatregoers from around the United Kingdom responded...
By Cleankill Environmental Services
Make sure your building is well maintained and drain pipes are capped off is the warning from Cleankill Environmental Services to London premises managers.
By 7/7 Tavistock Square Memorial Trust
14th December 2015: Today, a group of talented young musicians release their debut single, Hometown City, with proceeds from sales to be donated across three charities: The 7/7 Tavistock Square Memorial Trust, Association Francaise des Victimes du...
Canadian Fertility Consultants is paying it forward this Holiday Season, Supporting many community initiatives, including CHF's Winter Ball, in London, Ontario.
By ITOP éducation
How can science teachers demonstrate to their students what the spinal cord, liver, lungs, pancreas, bone marrow and even the cerebellum really look like? Well, unless they are working directly with forensics expert slash serial killer Dexter – whose...
By Marlin Apartments
Marlin Apartments, the largest owner-operator of serviced apartments in London, announces official partnerships with Sky and Maxxton, which will see Sky TV installed across the board and the adoption of a new ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system.
By Advanced Glass Technology
Businesses urged to review security risk management in the wake of terror atrocities in Europe and Middle East
By Rayna Tours and Travels
Dubai-based Rayna Tours and Travels successfully presented their updated version of B2B website, Raynab2b.com during the four-day WTM event held in ExCel London.
By Network Hardware Market
New website was rolled out as a move to more modernity in style and function which helps users to easily order and sell Cisco, Juniper, Avaya, HP and other products.
Ready for exotic Thanksgiving getaways? Well, you’re not alone. Many Americans are looking to make memories of their holiday feast overseas.
By Brigitte Sesu Tilley-Gyado
LONDON Advertising today announced the full-time appointment of Brigitte Sesu Tilley-Gyado to drive new business for the agency across Africa.
By International Research Networks
200 delegates are expected to gather at the Tower Hotel in London next week, on 19-21st October, for the 4th New Libya Oil & Gas Forum, hosted with the exclusive support of the official NOC Libya.
By Story Events
The London Summer Event Show (LSES), will return this January for its second edition. Taking place on 19th – 20th January 2016 at central city venue, Merchant Taylors' Hall, the event will again be split into two parts.
Check-in-London's Gavin Pereira, has been named as one of the highest fliers in Travel, under the age of 30!
By Country Cottages Online
Certain county councils are employing debt collectors to chase foreign tourists for unpaid parking fines. If anything is going to deter return tourists and earn Britain a bad reputation, it is the attitude of penalising our foreign visitors.
By Regent Memorial
A growing shortage of burial plots and the escalating costs of acquiring one has led to the launch of a new private cemetery which has been opened by two entrepreneurs to help make the burial process more affordable.
By Ant Smith
Put the misery of tube strikes behind you and help celebrate the world's oldest underground network.
By PALMSTAR | London Property Buying Agents
Find out what's happening in the prime central London property market
By Best Tours
Welcome back to the future! Discover the revolutionary Airboard for yourself, jump on and take a guided tour around London's glorious Hyde Park. The London Airboard Experience launches August 8th.
By Cheshire Wellness
Cheshire Wellness was commissioned by a London-based client to design and install a spectacular basement facility in a luxury 27-story apartment complex.
By Thom Brooks
There’s been much interest in trying to persuade New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg to cross the pond and throw his hat in the ring. But UK immigration law will make this impossible.
By Cuckoo Bang
Fundraising campaign underway for major new mental health production.
By Allen Rezai MD
VASER Liposuction is an advanced type of Liposuction employing ultrasound that possesses many advantages over traditional Liposuction for tackling stubborn fat deposits, resulting in a superior body contouring experience with improved recovery times.
By Last Minute Theatre Tickets
Nat Sweeney, who is 12 years old and from Birmingham, England, made his West End stage debut on Friday 3rd July 2015, when he became the forty-first boy to play the title role in the British musical Billy Elliot the Musical at the Victoria Palace Theatre.