New trio unveiled

1st October 2019

A NEW trio is heading up Brackmills as the estate's status as a Business Improvement District (BID) continues to make headlines across the UK.

Former BID Chair Sara Homer has been appointed CEO of Brackmills BID, while Howard Wilson from Brackmills-based Startech.com is now the Chair,... Read More

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I don't believe it

1st October 2019

By Brian Kingston

dbfb

IT is looking as if this article is going to be with Business Times on time for a change! No phone calls from Julie or Judith, 'Where is it? It should have been with us by close last Friday'. Well I haven't...

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Acquisition proved to be a shrewd move

1st October 2019

XTREMEPUSH, which operates its email marketing and SMS software business, Maxemail, from Towcester, has been named at the heart of the 2019 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Mobile Marketing Platforms.

The report, issued by the influential global...

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Responsibility, everybody has a job to do...

1st October 2019

By Ika Castka

Wilson Browne Solicitors

IT may be a line from Dolly Parton but if you're a tenant that takes on a full repairing lease, you may have more work to do than you bargained for.

A full repairing and insuring lease (...

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Test loosened for restrictive covenants in employment contracts

1st October 2019

By Jennie Jahina

Wilson Browne Solicitors

RESTRICTIVE covenants, a clause in a contract that restricts an employee from certain activities once they leave an employer, have been used extensively in employment contracts. For a...

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Armed forces award

1st October 2019

WILSON Browne Solicitors are celebrating again having been awarded Silver in the Ministry of Defence Employer Recognition Scheme, following the bronze in 2017.

The ERS recognises commitment and support from UK employers for defence...

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Party wish list

1st October 2019

THE annual office Christmas party conversations are likely to start around now as we approach autumn. It can take a fair amount of time to decide where is the best venue in terms of location, the festive cuisine on offer and the overall plan for...

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Choppy waters ahead for your insurances

1st October 2019

By Alex Mitchell

Wentworth Alexander

TWO months ago, we published an article highlighting difficulties concerning the availability and cost of professional indemnity cover particularly for those involved in the construction industry...

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Impressive results all round

1st October 2019

WELLINGBOROUGH School has once again produced excellent results at GCSE and A Level.

GCSE Grades 8 and 9 (formerly A*) are now at the highest level for the last five years. Over 34 per cent of the 93 Year 11 pupils gained a Grade 9 in at...

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A Christmas invitation

1st October 2019

THE team behind Voujon, the popular Indian and Bangladeshi restaurant, work hard at ensuring freshly-prepared dishes meets each customer's taste.

Booking is often advised at the family-owned restaurants including the one in Long Buckby's...

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Making electric affordable

1st October 2019

VOLKSWAGEN is making electric mobility affordable for everyone with the new e-up!. At €21,9752 (minus all subsidies: €17,5952) the base price is lower than that of the predecessor model.

Thanks to a new battery system, the range of the e-...

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Campus waste diverted

1st October 2019

MATERIAL weighing the equivalent of more than 200 elephants was diverted from landfill when the University of Northampton relocated to a new campus, a report has revealed.

The University closed its Park Campus, in Kingsthorpe, and moved to...

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Expanded services at branch

1st October 2019

SCANIA dealer, TruckEast has been a key name in Northamptonshire's logistics sector for many years. Its success has been due to continuously listening and adapting to industry demands and working with operators to ensure they support the needs of...

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Aiming high for eye charity

1st October 2019

A DAREDEVIL clinical technician from Northampton got a bird's eye view of the world when he took the plunge for a charity skydive, despite having a lifelong hatred of heights.

Lyndon Bird faced his biggest fear head-on when he jumped out...

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Practice growing across the areas it serves

1st October 2019

WHILE leading region law firm Tollers Solicitors originates from Northamptonshire, over the years the firm has expanded its geographical reach throughout the South and East Midlands.

As part of the firm's growth strategy for the regions...

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Excellent results

1st October 2019

THORNTON College students have achieved excellent exam results this summer with a record number of sixth formers securing their first choice university and record results in Maths and Music at GCSE.

The results included:

* Almost 25...

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