Todays date: 24/04/2014
  • New landmark begins to take shape

    Thursday 10 April 2014 7:00

    Construction work has started on a new £6m hotel and gym facility in Harrogate town centre.
  • Indy yes vote ‘would hit renewables’

    Thursday 10 April 2014 7:00

    An independent Scotland would lose the current green energy investment subsidies, the UK government has warned.
  • Games staff – a source of potential employees

    Thursday 10 April 2014 7:00

    Businesses looking to recruit new members of staff in the summer could consider candidates currently working on the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
  • Competition ruling forces building plants sales

    Thursday 10 April 2014 7:00

    If your business is looking to buy an aggregates plant then now may be the time to move.
  • Four firms share £15m government boost

    Thursday 10 April 2014 5:00

    Thousands of new jobs and £120m of inward investment are expected to follow a new £15m government funding boost for Yorkshire announced today.
  • Turley ‘coup’ in swoop for new directors

    Wednesday 9 April 2014 9:00

    Planning consultancy Turley has strengthened its Birmingham office with the appointment of two new directors from Deloitte.
  • Manufacturing output rises

    Wednesday 9 April 2014 7:00

    The UK’s manufacturing sector saw its month on month output increase by 1% in February.
  • Samsung anticipates drop in profits

    Wednesday 9 April 2014 7:00

    The world's biggest maker of TVs and mobile phones, Samsung, expects to see a drop in profits for the second quarter in a row.
  • Business backing for HS2 grows in the region

    Wednesday 9 April 2014 7:00

    An increasing number of businesses in Greater Birmingham think that the HS2 rail link between Birmingham and London will have a positive impact, a new survey reveals today.
  • International season lined up for Hippodrome

    Wednesday 9 April 2014 7:00

    Birmingham Hippodrome will celebrate a truly international performance year as it prepares to welcome hundreds of artists from around the globe to its stage in 2014.
  • St Modwen launch huge Branston project

    Wednesday 9 April 2014 7:00

    St. Modwen, the UK’s regeneration specialist, has been given the go-ahead to move forward with its plans for the multi-million pound extension of Rykneld Primary School in Branston.
  • Universities contribute £73bn to economy

    Wednesday 9 April 2014 7:00

    The University of Wolverhampton has welcomed a national report which highlights the contribution higher education makes to the UK economy.

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