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UK job vacancies move above one million
Job vacancies in the UK are at an all-time high in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, with the Recruitment and Employment Confederation reporting that he hardest-hit sectors include lorry drivers, nurses, IT workers, care staff, nursery teachers, chefs, cleaners, carpenters and retail assistants.
Frodsham Leisure Centre receives £110,000 in investment
Frodsham Leisure Centre recently received a £110,000 in investment to carry out improvements to the facilities.
Sarco Stopper approaches its 150th anniversary
Founded in 1877, Sarco Stopper maintains a worldwide reputation for innovative line stopping and bypass solutions to this day, having expanded rapidly since 2007 following a management buyout.
Government removes shielding guidance for most vulnerable
The government has ended the guidance for the most vulnerable people in society to continue shielding as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
BioSure wins Queen's Award for Enterprise
Rapid testing manufacturer BioSure was one of 205 organisations nationally recognised with the Queen’s Award for Enterprise earlier this year, with the firm recognised for excellence in innovation.
Review of architecture sector to take place in the UK
Architects in the UK will be given the opportunity to take part of a wide ranging review of the sector which will be used to modernised regulation, while also improving the levels of accessibility and innovation within the industry.
£150 million committed as part of Help to Build Scheme
The government is providing more than £150 million to support plans that make it more affordable for people to build their own homes.
Government provides £79 million in funding for mental services targeted at children and young people
The government has committed an additional £79 million in funding to support the expansion of the mental health services available to children and young people.
Brookvale Care Home celebrates 70 years of service
Founded in 1951 as the Manchester & District School for Handicapped Children by a group of families with no school provision for their disabled children, what is now known as Brookvale Care Home has evolved plenty in its 70 years.
Scottish schools given support to tackle racism
Education Scotland has begun providing support materials for schools around the country in a bid to embed values on anti-racism and race equality into all aspects of school life.
School leaders call on MPs for additional funding
UK school leaders met with MPs in Westminster earlier this month in a call for additional funding for the education sector.
The diary of a wannabe Kickstart employer
Recro Consulting is recruitment, training, and change consultancy that aims to brings together the best of personal and professional development expertise. With a client base that includes government departments, local authorities, colleges, housing associations, businesses, schools, universities, and organisations within the voluntary sector, it has a knowledge base to serve a variety of needs. Below, founder John McDonough discusses Kickstart and how it can be maximised.
M3 Floodtec to showcase products at 2021 FloodExpo
M3 Floodtec will showcase its range of flood prevention products at the 2021 Flood Expo, held at the Birmingham NEC between 22 and 23 September.
Raab moved to deputy PM and Williamson sacked in cabinet reshuffle
Boris Johnson has moved Dominic Raab from his role as foreign secretary to deputy prime minister as part of his cabinet reshuffle.