It was announced in the New Year’s Honours List that Alwen Lyons, former Company Secretary at the Post Office, is to receive the OBE in recognition of her commitment and contribution throughout a remarkable career spanning 33 years. Alwen has held a number of key
With offices in Birmingham and London in the UK, 2017 has been a successful year for Sterling Immigration. With the uncertainty surrounding the UK economy and the implications that Brexit may have on several industries, many British residents are looking towards Canada as a land
Transport for London (TfL) last week published the results of its five week consultation that shows strong support for two potential new London Overground stations. The stations would provide additional connections to HS2 and the Elizabeth line and help contribute to the regeneration of Old Oak and
Kai Marash, an 11-year-old boy from Hitchin has raised over £500 in aid of Hemel-Hempstead based Hope for Children, which will now be matched by the UK Government. Using their new ‘fundraiser’ tool, Kai’s father, Lash, set up a Facebook fundraiser on behalf of his
AI consultants Humanotics and service communications experts soh this week announced a new partnership that will make it easy for organisations to create practical user focussed solutions that cut costs, boost sales and increase customer satisfaction. Talking about the reason for the new partnership Fran Fish, Managing Director at
TfL is advising customers who use Camden Town Underground station that vital refurbishment of the first of its two escalators will begin on Tuesday 9 January 2018. The work will ensure the continued safe operation of the station. The escalators will be refurbished one at
TWO Brent schools were celebrating yesterday as an international list of the top 50 teachers in the world, featured two teachers from schools in the borough. Eartha Pond from the Crest Academy in Neasden and Andria Zafirakou from Alperton Community School joined 48 teachers from
Many people will use their time off over the Christmas period to look for a new job, but not enough will spend time fine-tuning their CV, which professional CV writing service The CV Squad say could be preventing them from securing the position they deserve.
Does anybody else feel like there’s something wrong with the internet? It was conceived as a global, democratic communication network — a mesh of computers where information and power were equally distributed — but this principle is under attack from all sides. Companies like Google, Facebook and Amazon are
The UK’s only Sarcoidosis charity, SarcoidosisUK, is celebrating 20 years since its foundation with pioneering research that hopes to find a cure for this rare disease. Sarcoidosis is an under-researched disease, affecting one in 10,000 people in the UK and a million around the world.