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Glemsford based accountants and business advisors Paul Donno & Co Ltd have announced they are to hold a fundraising campaign to run throughout 2010 in support of St Nicholas Hospice Care.
Following the recent and highly successful launch of the new netXtra Xpress content managed system, Long Melford based netXtra are pleased to announce the new product's first client site launch; a new dynamic website for the Scottish Council on Archives. This already highly popular new website package enables organisations to get a website, complete with secure member/client login area, news and events pages and other website management tools and features, live on the Internet within as little as two weeks.
On Tuesday 12th Jan 2010 Haiti, one of the poorest countries in the world, experienced a massive earthquake recorded as 7.1 on the Richter scale. It has completed devastated the capital Port-Au-Prince and death toll estimates are between 100,000 and 200,000 and more than 300,000 people are left homeless with one in 10 homes in the city destroyed.
Multi-national insurance broker and major Ipswich employer Willis is launching a Hidden Gems campaign to boost the stocks of a St Elizabeth Hospice shop.
We have access to the new government grant of £2500. You could be entitled to this if you employ a 16 or 17 year old apprentice. For more details contact Donna on 01284 788005.
An award-winning agency has boosted its PR department, with not one but two new employees.
Following the success of the government’s car scrappage scheme, Long Melford based website development company netXtra have today launched a similar initiative – the netXtra Website Scrappage Scheme – a program aimed at helping local I.T., marketing and website managers fund new website design, development and hosting projects in 2010.
Climate change appears to be linked to the spread of malaria. While malaria parasites may not survive temperatures of less than 18 degrees outbreaks are occurring in Kenya and Tanzania at higher and higher altitudes.