205 views, By Exterity
New graduates are preparing to enter the world of post-graduate employment for the first time. But, unlike previous years, they're doing it in unique circumstances.
275 views, By Compost Direct
We already know the benefits of home-grown food. Fruit and vegetables harvested from your own garden help to reduce carbon emissions, promote a balanced diet, and allow you to exercise your green fingers.
186 views, By St Modwens Homes
To further enhance the skills of their sales consultants, St Modwen Homes have recently launched a new apprenticeship programme which will help elevate our award-winning customer service.
101 views, By Miss Luna
With the pandemic continuing to affect our everyday lives, Valentine's Day will be like no other in 2021.
104 views, By Butternut Box
Maggie the wunderdog All of these dogs have a bad backstory, but Maggie's is particularly horrific. She was found tied to a box in Lebanon where she had been shot 17 times.
106 views, By Miele
Using an algorithm that measures how kindly Twitter users have reacted towards a variety of household chores, Miele, the washing machine and tumble dryer manufacturer, has revealed which cleaning task we enjoy doing the most—and which ones we enjoy the...
90 views, By Traidcraft
1. You are contributing to improving worker's lives By simply shopping Fairtrade, you have the power to contribute to improving workers' lives.
90 views, By TSG
Technology has come a long way in the past decade, and the telecom industry is no exception. Since 2010, this sector has seen incredible advancements and the worldwide revenue of telecom services is estimated to be €1,130 billion.
91 views, By Fulton Umbrellas
Our parents might've told us off for wearing too much makeup when we hit adolescence, but the rules for members of the British royal family have certain expectations to uphold — appearance being one of them.
124 views, By Otty
If you're celebrating your wedding, after the ceremony, there are still a few ways that you can make the most of your wedding night at home.
233 views, By Asbestos Audit
The UK's asbestos industry ended on 24th August 1999 after being used heavily from the 1950s to 70s. Over 20 years on, we're starting to see the delayed latency period taking effect as asbestos deaths have peaked over the last year or so.
114 views, By Where The Trade Buys
Christmas 2020 threw a lot of curveballs our way and very little was comparable to that of the traditional festive period. Office parties – cancelled. Christmas dinner with the extended family – cancelled. Christmas markets – cancelled.
143 views, By Dune London
When we think of empowerment, connotations of confidence, individuality, and ability spring to mind. We have experienced huge changes towards a more inclusive and equal society.
175 views, By Butternut Box
Vitamin D-og Vitamin deficiencies can have a psychological effect on dogs — for example, vitamin E keeps dogs' cognition functioning in tip-top condition and B vitamins can contribute to their mental balance.
172 views, By NBS
2020 was an ever-changing landscape for businesses across the country. In the world of marketing, businesses were required to be more reactive than proactive, and switch tactics from offline to online.
133 views, By Miele
Making your clothes last longer has never been more important. Not only is regularly replacing clothes expensive, but it can also have a detrimental effect on the environment.
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One major area of our lives that is affected heavily by social media is how we feel about our body and appearance.
389 views, By Aligne
As we become more aware of the impact our actions have on the planet, many women are seeking to practise more sustainable lifestyles.
235 views, By Lil-Lets
In an attempt to battle the stigma around baby loss, let's open up the discussion and learn more about this harrowing experience that so many parents endure..
212 views, By Charles Tyrwhitt
Every sport has its heroes—the athletes who can turn a game or an event on its head, have jaws drop to their floor and buttocks rise from seats in disbelief.
128 views, By Royal Station Hotel
San Sebastian and Seville might be off the cards, but Scotland is certainly not, and it appears Brits are ready to make the journey to the Land of the Brave in search of a much-needed break.
145 views, By Nomad Digital
The East Anglian City of Ely has been labelled the worst connected city in the UK according to a study by Nomad Digital.
154 views, By Inn Collection
It's proving increasingly difficult to find an area of our daily lives that technology hasn't enhance in some way shape or form. Intelligent, innovative solutions are making us all more efficient as we go about our day-to-day lives.
229 views, By NBS
Over the course of the last twenty years or so, there have been several methods used to make construction greener and more sustainable.
222 views, By Asbestos Audit
Are you a landlord? Here's the asbestos need-to-knows To help prevent your tenants being exposed to asbestos, Regulation 4 of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012outlines that landlords have certain responsibilities towards this.
245 views, By Northern Powergrid
Currently, there are around 1,500 apprenticeship roles in the UK, with leading companies providing the experience you'll need to achieve a career in your chosen sector.
160 views, By Snowshock
We must ask ourselves how pubs, bars and restaurants can apply a new way of thinking to drive their future successes.
162 views, By Sotech
Work is now complete at The Lumin in Newcastle – the brand new flagship office space, designed from the ground up to cater for the flexible demands of modern business, offers over 100,000 sq ft of Grade A offices, providing modern workspace for over...
156 views, By Northumbria University
For results day, you need to be prepared for all outcomes. If you do need to enter Clearing for whatever reason, it can get a bit chaotic, so it is best to get everything sorted before then. If you don't get the grades you need, have a back-up plan.
167 views, By Sotech
As a team, we are thrilled to announce Sotech was announced as the WINNERS of the Manufacturing Award in last night's North East Business Awards, and runners up in the Apprenticeships, Training & Skills Award.
132 views, By Recite Me
At the start of the Coronavirus outbreak in the UK, Ross Linnett, CEO of Accessibility software provider Recite Me, pledged to help any organisation make their online coronavirus information accessible and inclusive at no cost for as long as this...