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  • Martial arts are a dramatic subject for photography. But their blistering speed poses a real challenge. Fortunately, Michael Townsend has an edge. The University of Huddersfield undergraduate has mounting expertise with a camera, thanks to his degree studies in photography. He is also a seasoned practitioner of kung fu, having become a Fourth Dan in the Southern...
  •   Autumn Statement Overview In the Autumn Statement this afternoon, Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne said “Today, in the last Autumn Statement of this Parliament, I present a forecast that shows the UK is the fastest growing of any major advanced economy in the world....And while business investment is rising strongly, we know there is still much more...
  • National property and facilities management company Fasset is delighted to have become one of just 600 worldwide accredited training providers for the prestigious National Examination Board of Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH). Attracting in the region of 50,000 candidates annually, these globally recognised courses have an excellent reputation and are...
  • Equinome, the leading Irish equine genomics company, plans to open an office in the USA during 2015 and has 6 new DNA-related tests in development which it intends to launch over the coming 24 months. The company, which is headquartered at NovaUCD, the Centre for New Ventures and Entrepreneurs and with a sales office in Australia, is also planning to double its...
  • Discovery Park Enterprise Zone is playing a vital role in driving forward the economy, creating hundreds of jobs and building a reputation as a centre of excellence for life sciences, Communities Secretary Eric Pickles has announced.  Figures released (on Wednesday 12 November) show the Government’s 24 enterprise zones have created 12,530 jobs, attracted 434 new...