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70% of UK Universities Victims of Phishing Attacks

Duo Security

70 percent of UK universities that responded to a Freedom of Information (FoI) request have reported that they have fallen victim to a phishing attack in which an individual has…

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7 Beautiful Paper Cut Family Tree Ideas

Jason Roy

By making a family tree, you get to know your ancestors and can trace your history. The trend of making a family tree has increased rapidly in recent years. Many…

The Prime Minister, Theresa May, delivering her announcement at Downing Street this morning.
General Election: May seizes her moment but snap election plan is still fraught with risk

Billy Wood

Who saw that one coming then? With many of us barely settled back into the faded grooves of our wheezing ergonomic office chairs following the long Easter weekend, the PM sprung…

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Encrpytion experts warn businesses of new privacy law

Kingston Memory Shop

The EU Parliament has seen a lot of to-ing and fro-ing of the issue over the years, but they’ve finally set a date for implementing a strict zero-tolerance policy towards…

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Charity Heroes Nominated for Woman of the Year

deWinter PR

Cheshire’s leading hearing charity is celebrating two of its team members being nominated in this year’s Chester Women of the Year Awards. Deafness Support Network (DSN) Children in Need (CiN) Project…

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New role for Sir Howard Bernstein: Deloitte appoints ‘driving force’ of Manchester’s growth

Richard Bell

Former Manchester City Council chief exec Sir Howard Bernstein has taken on a new role with professional services giant Deloitte. Sir Howard, who stepped down in March following 19 years at…

Linda Davies (Harry Davies’ widow), Rachel Connelly (Supported Housing Service Manager at Salix Home
Groundbreaking centre named in honour of community champion

Hayley Collins

The legacy of a much-loved councillor and beekeeper will live on through a new cutting edge training and accommodation centre set to transform the lives of young people in Salford. Salix…

One Vision Housing’s Brownmoor renovation
OVH enhancing Independent Living with innovative renovation scheme

Jonathan Kearney

One Vision Housing is transforming derelict community centres into bespoke homes for its Independent Living Service. The first conversion project, Brownmoor Community Centre in Crosby, was recently completed. The centre, which has…

Lead Paediatric Nurse, Emma Taylor
Nuffield Health Chester Appoints Lead Paediatric Nurse

Helen

Nuffield Health Chester, The Grosvenor Hospital has appointed a Lead Paediatric Nurse to bolster the leading private hospital’s expert team and service offering. Emma Taylor, a committed and compassionate Paediatric Nurse…

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Greater Manchester set for 1000 new homes as Housing Fund passes £300m milestone

Richard Bell

The Greater Manchester Combined Authority is being asked to greenlight investment in over 1,000 new homes across Manchester, Salford, Stockport and Bury. This latest series of loans would see the total…

Nancy White from Sefton4Good with Roy Williams, CEO of The Sovini Group
Sovini staff jump to help Sefton charities

Jonathan Kearney

Generous Sovini staff helped raise £1,000 for local causes in Sefton in the lead up to Christmas. Sefton4Good, which provides support to voluntary and community activities in the borough, were presented…

West Dunbartonshire Council invests in predictive analytics
West Dunbartonshire Council invests in predictive analytics to mitigate Universal Credit

Adrian Mills

West Dunbartonshire Council has invested in a predictive analytical software solution, called RentSense, to help them proactively mitigate the effects of Universal Credit. “Rent collection is a key priority for our…