Enterprise recognised

1st December 2017

THE enterprise of Ausra Uzukauskaite, founder of independent property agency Amber Properties, has been recognised at a prestigious awards ceremony.

At the SME Northamptonshire Business Awards, the property agent was named runner-up in the Young Business Person of the Year Award in a... Read More

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A winning year for digital agency

1st December 2017

By Alan Perkins

Managing Director

SilverDisc

WHAT a year 2017 has been for SilverDisc, the full service digital Google Premier Partner agency based in Kettering.

The year started with the launch, in January, of the new...

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Virtual shopping centre launched

1st December 2017

JUST in time for the Christmas shopping frenzy, a Corby businessman has launched a website that acts as a virtual shopping centre containing more than 250 High Street and major online stores such as Marks & Spencer, Debenhams and Dorothy...

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Estate agency makes its own purchase

1st December 2017

A GROWING Northampton-based estate agency has increased its portfolio after acquiring an online estate agency.
The new purchase will see iSell Properties, whose head office is in Bridge Street, expand its reach across the UK.
Matt...

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Is the UK the "behind' of connectivity?

1st December 2017

By Brian Kingston

dbfb Communications

OBVIOUSLY I would not mean posterior, or rear end, or anything like that, although on the world stage of internet speeds we may qualify for a description along those lines.

72 per cent of...

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Squatter evictions in commercial premises

1st December 2017

By David Farmer
Wilson Browne Solicitors
EMPTY commercial or business premises can be a very real worry for any landlord - and a very real risk.
It was estimated in February 2016 by Policy Exchange (a leading UK think tank and...

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No Deal may gridlock the courts

1st December 2017

By Kevin Rogers
Wilson Browne Solicitors
THE Law Society of England and Wales has warned that a no deal Brexit could very well create a large amount of litigation to sort out confusion over various legal rights that could, they say,...

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A vintage year?

1st December 2017

TWELVE months of Donald Trump, a general election; Brexit negotiations; Lewis Hamilton wins world title (again); the Paradise Papers scandal; North Korea; Fake News - all headlines and events that have shaped the news.
But what has your '...

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A year in review

1st December 2017

AS we approach Christmas and the New Year, it's often a time of reflection as well as excitement, as we look back on everything that's happened throughout the year.
Here at Whittlebury Hall, 2017 has been a year of great change, but also of...

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Steering in the right direction

1st December 2017

GAINING knowledge of the industry from the ground up, and then using that to enhance a comprehensive service and product range is proving to be the way forward for catering equipment firm Whitco.
Founded in 1995, the Thrapston-based firm...

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Absolute power

1st December 2017

IN a competitive round of testing which saw Euro NCAP 5 star ratings awarded to all nine vehicles released, Volvo is still setting the standard in car safety.
The new Volvo XC60 has 'aced' the exacting test protocols said Matthew Avery...

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Big car features in popular supermini

1st December 2017

THE Polo is a supermini that has sold multi-millions throughout the world.
The all-new sixth generation model is continuing that success, while adding high tech 'big car' features in a stylish and capacious body. Now, participating...

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University opens door for cadets

1st December 2017

THE team behind the University of Northampton's new campus has come to the rescue of the town's Sea Cadets, after a series of companies refused to install a badly needed front door at their headquarters.
Northampton Sea Cadets' Lieutenant,...

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Another interesting year

1st December 2017

THERE is one thing that manufacturing hates more than anything else and that is lack of clarity and direction.
In the summer of 2016 some thought that a united Europe was the best way forward - then suddenly we found we were on the road to...

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Accidents happen

1st December 2017

AS daylight hours are reduced and road conditions are poor, drivers everywhere are urged to stay safe.
A different experience to any other time of year - rain, ice and cold temperatures make it difficult for drivers to maintain vehicle...

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Going from strength to strength

1st December 2017

As 2017 draws to a close Tollers Solicitors reflect on the accomplishments of the firm through the year and looks forward to what 2018 will bring.

THE year started with a new union, when the firm merged with Oakham-based Simmonds Grant...

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