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Flag lowered to half-mast after Westminster attack

The flag has been lowered to half-mast over the Guildhall in Cambridge as a mark of respect for the victims of the attack in Westminster.

23/03/2017Read in full

Cambridge & Counties Bank sees property lending balances grow to £588 million

Cambridge & Counties Bank saw its property lending balances grow by £167 million to £588 million in 2016, a rise of 41%.

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Struggling to recruit information technology professionals?

Many Information Technology companies struggle with recruitment; either struggling to get any traction from job adverts or just finding all the wrong candidates for the IT role they are recruiting for.

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How to demonstrate your stance on anti-bribery

Bribery is something that is rife in the sporting world, more common in football but also seen in businesses too. This is why the Anti-Bribery Act 2010 is a very important part of HR and is also important for your business, says aspire cambridge.

23/03/2017Read in full

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Stocks in Focus: Vodafone

This week Oliver Phillips of NW Brown looks at telecommunications giant, Vodafone, which has announced a deal to merge its Indian operations with local rival, Idea Cellular.

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State of the Nation 2017 : Digital Transformation

'City deals and devolution agreements must promote digital transformation of infrastructure'

City deals and devolution agreements must include investment in the digital transformation of local infrastructure, using digital technology and data to unlock regional productivity and improve resilience, according to a new report from the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).

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Mayoral candidates questioned by pan-institutional audience

Mayoral candidates for the new Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority took questions from an audience of built environment professionals this week (Tuesday).

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Solar-powered skin opens new possibilities for prosthetics

A new way of harnessing the sun’s rays to power ‘synthetic skin’ could help to create advanced prosthetic limbs capable of returning the sense of touch to amputees.

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Lessons from Nigeria

Successful diversification of an economy requires proper planning – and learning from previous mistakes, says Dr Othman Cole of Cambridge Judge Business School.

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Woodfines Solicitors' annual Transport Conference takes place at IWM Duxford

Woodfines Solicitors announce their annual Transport Conference, to take place at IWM Duxford in May.

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April 2017 sees changes to the National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage

aspire cambridge explains the changes to the National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage which come into effect from April 2017.

23/03/2017Read in full

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New East Cambs skills forum officially launched

A new initiative which sees some of the region’s most influential bodies come together to improve skills and increase apprenticeship opportunities for young people in the area was officially launched this week.

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Face of ‘ordinary poor’ man from medieval Cambridge graveyard revealed

New facial reconstruction of a man buried in a medieval hospital graveyard discovered underneath a Cambridge college sheds light on how ordinary poor people lived in medieval England.

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Infections during pregnancy may interfere with key genes associated with development

If a mother picks up an infection during pregnancy, her immune system will kick into action to clear the infection – but this self-defence mechanism may also have a small influence how her child’s brain develops in the womb, in ways that are similar to how the brain develops in autism spectrum disorders. Now, an international team of researchers has shown why this may be the case, in a study using rodents to model infection during pregnancy.

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New tool from IT Governance helps organisations assess their current position against GDPR

IT Governance, the leading provider of information security expertise and solutions, is delighted to offer ITGP’s new EU GDPR Compliance Gap Assessment Tool.

23/03/2017Read in full

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Smart Cambridge set to speed up ‘smart’ solutions for the region

Cambridge is set be at the centre of a leading ‘smart city region’ – combining the city’s brainpower and business might to speed up ‘smart’ solutions to congestion, air quality and other city challenges.

22/03/2017Read in full

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Stephen Patch appointed new Partner at Woodfines Solicitors, Sandy office

Woodfines Solicitors is proud to announce that Stephen Patch has joined as a Partner in the Private Client Department. Stephen joins from Taylor Vinters in Cambridge.

22/03/2017Read in full

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Salus Wellness Clinics: 60 practitioners and counting

Massimo Gaetani discusses the continuous success of Salus Wellness Clinics, reaching 70 practitioners in the next few months.

22/03/2017Read in full

James Alflatt, Planning Partner and Head of EIA at Bidwells

Developers should act now to benefit from current EIA regime, says Bidwells

Consultation has now closed and the replacement Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Regulations will come into force on 16th May 2017. So what can developers do to safeguard their development projects and maximise the known and less onerous requirements of the current regulations? Bidwells offers some advice...

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New Tech Nation report shows total digital turnover in Cambridge is in UK top 5

Today marks the launch of Tech Nation 2017 from Tech City UK, showing that the UK digital tech sector - including the important Cambridge cluster - is one of the country’s economic success stories, growing twice as fast as the wider economy and creating highly skilled workers and well-paid jobs.

22/03/2017Read in full

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