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BLENHEIM PALACE LAUNCHES RESCUE

  BID TO SAVE ‘FINEST VIEW IN ENGLAND’   Blenheim Palace is launching a multi-million pound rescue plan to help save ‘the finest view in England’.   The Oxfordshire UNESCO World Heritage Site has unveiled […]

Business, Energy, Knowledge Management

New RHI consultation risks further delay to crucial reforms – ADBA

The Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresouces Association (ADBA) has today stressed that BEIS’s new consultation on further amendments to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) must not delay the urgent passing of legislation to implement previously proposed changes to the RHI […]

Journalism, Training, Travel

Preventing Image Theft: Eight Tips for Picture Protection

Berlin, 29th August 2017. Whoever uploads images to the internet has to be aware not only that they might be commented on and shared, but also expect that they could be used illegally. Everyday Copytrack is confronted […]

Electricity, Technology

Historic Walsall company scores with World Cup contract

  A Walsall company is set to expand further after investing around £300,000 in revamping its factory and taking on 10 new staff – thanks partly to its involvement in the Qatar World Cup. Howard […]

Christmas, Family, Money, Shopping

HAPE PARK AND GO WOODEN GARAGE

A review by Jolanta Ryba New exciting parking toy Good toy choice New exciting parking toy “Park and Go wooden garage ” produced by Hape Company from Germany follows the biggest boys’ dream of having their […]

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THAMES VALLEY LAW FIRM WARNS OF COPYRIGHT RISKS OF SHARING PHOTOS ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Businesses and individuals need to be aware of the potential copyright risks of sharing pictures through social media, warns leading law firm Blake Morgan. With World Photography Day taking place on Saturday (August 19), copyright […]

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STAGECOACH OUTLINES BLUEPRINT FOR BUS SERVICE PROVISION TO HELP PLAN NEW HOUSING DEVELOPMENTS

  Company publishes document to assist local authorities and other stakeholders in considering bus operations when they are planning for new homes Stagecoach warns that failure to build in public transport to new developments has […]

Business, Gadgets, Lifestyle, Software, Technology

Nuance’s Dragon Professional Individual

A review by Nicholas Newman of Dragon Professional Individual   It used to be science fiction, the concept we could dictate to our computers and magically would appear on the screen our words. The latest version […]

Europe, Julia Gasper, Oxford, Oxford University

Elizabeth Craven: Writer, Feminist and European

An interview by Jolanta Ryba This Question and Answer interview with the rising star of biography writing, and well-known Oxford historian  Julia Gasper, about her latest book, a biography of Elizabeth Craven. How different was […]

Art, Julia Gasper, Lifestyle, Oxford, Oxfordshire

RAPHAEL DRAWINGS at ASHMOLEAN MUSEUM Oxford.

A review by Julia Gasper   Did you know that Raphael the painter wrote poetry? That is one thing I learnt today from the special exhibition of drawings by the Florentine master who was a […]