The Children's Hospice at Milton in Cambridge, part of East Anglia's Children's Hospices has become one of the first children's hospices in the country to win Investors in People (IiP) accreditation, which recognises the employer's commitment to staff training and development.
East Anglia's Children's Hospices
At Milton, Quidenham & Ipswich
Annual Charity Golf Day
on 28th June 2001
Ely City Golf Club
Teams of 4 to play a stableford competition (35...
Further bad news from the tech sector in the US overnight piled pressure onto the FTSE-100 Index yesterday (Wednesday).
Buying and selling shares from almost anywhere in the world at any time is now possible with the UK's first mobile share dealing service.
WAX info Limited, the Cambridge based knowledge management company, has expanded into Asia Pacific following the appointment of the Hong Kong based Portcullis Group as consultants.
A major international conference on conservation is taking place in Cambridge this week.
Fears that the biotech sector will now fall prey to a bear market began to deepen over the past week as share prices among the larger players started to tumble.
The London market's rally was halted yesterday (Tuesday), as hi-tech stocks led the FTSE-100 Index into negative territory.
The number of small businesses is expected to increase by nearly a million over the next 10 years.
Three quarters of a million people attended the CeBIT trade fair in Hanover, Germany to see the latest mobile technology set to hit the shelves next year.
Someone, somewhere is walking around without the faintest idea that they have royal blood flowing through their veins.
The Internet Society of England invites Cambridge Network members to participate in its 'spring cleaning project' - a project aimed at helping people to understand the issues involved in domain name management and to assist domain administrators in the .
A new series of free guides has been produced for small firms who want to look behind the hype and jargon surrounding the internet.
A group of male undergraduates from Cambridge University are risking frostbitten extremities by skiing naked for a TV show.
Embattled investors breathed a sigh of relief yesterday (Monday) as London markets started the week in positive fashion.
British retail is in a ''sorry state'' with many stores struggling to keep up with the growing demands of consumers, according to a report just published.
Huntingdon Life Sciences increased sales by 9 per cent last year to 63.
Fears that internet service provider, PSINet, may be on the brink of collapse, were unallayed this weekend.