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New partnership: Sky has agreed a partnership with O2 owner, Telefonica, its first foray into mobile
Sky agrees deal with Telefonica as it makes first foray into mobile marketThe deal is the latest in a series of mergers in the UK telecoms industry Ramps up Sky's rivalry with BT, which is in talks to buy mobile operator EEBy Ben Salisbury For This Is Money Published: 16:02, 29 January 2015 | Updated: 16:41, 29 January 2015 Sky will start offering mobile phone services from 2016 after agreeing to a partnership with O2 owner Telefonica in the latest of a series of deals and...
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The Editor Roy Wright Editor, Huddersfield Daily Examiner Phone 01484 437707 Roy Wright was appointed editor of The Huddersfield Daily Examiner in 2002. Prior to this he was assistant editor of The Liverpool Echo for three years. He has also worked at the Hull Daily Mail as well as a number of Press agencies. Roy grew up in Burnley, Lancashire and has worked in the local newspaper industry for 25 years. Original linkOriginal author: Jackson...
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Jobs cuts: The UK's biggest retailer is slashing costs and jobs fast after a disastrous year for the company - plagued by repeated profit warnings and an accounting scandal
Reports say 2,000 head office jobs to be slashed as HQ moves to Welwyn Garden CityBoss Dave Lewis targeting 30% cost cuts at head office operations By Mark Shapland For This Is Money Published: 12:32, 29 January 2015 | Updated: 16:22, 29 January 2015 Job cut discussions at Tesco's head offices have begun as new boss Dave Lewis continues his shake-up of the under-fire supermarket.Reports claim Tesco will cut 2,000 senior staff as the Cheshunt HQ is closed and headquarter operations are merged at Welwyn Garden City. It follows...
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Sikhs are bringing a touch of spice to meals for the homeless. Plates laden with fresh samosas, curries and chapatis are now being served every Friday at the Methodist Mission Cafe in Lord Street as part of a new initiative by members of Sewak Jatha Sikh Society. A voluntary service, it is in keeping with one of their religion’s main values to care for and share with others. The scheme has been launched with the help of Midlands Langar Seva, who work in the Midlands...
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Diageo sales were poor in the US and China where extravagant spending on upmarket drinks has tailed off 
 North American sales down 2 per cent over the last six months No benefit yet from an improving economic picture in the US BUT shares up 2.3% on solid performance from India and AfricaBy Mark Shapland For This Is Money Published: 15:29, 29 January 2015 | Updated: 16:08, 29 January 2015 A poor sales performance in the United States hit first half profits hard at drinks giant Diageo but its shares still advanced as the City was cheered by solid sales figures in India and Africa, as...
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A man caught transporting £500,000 in drug money hidden in tyres has been jailed. Thomas Kent, aged 45, formerly of Millers Way in Brighton, was stopped as he drove a vehicle transporter onto a ferry at Portsmouth in December 2012.Kent, who worked for Manchester-based haulage firm Motor Movers, claimed the transit vans on the back of the transporter were for delivery to a client in the Mondragón area of northern Spain.Inside one of the vans Border Force officers found four spare wheels which would not...
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VIEW GALLERY Engineering colleges are vital to attracting investment into Kirklees says a top politician. That was the verdict from government cabinet minister Ian Duncan Smith who was in Huddersfield today to meet apprentices at Kirklees College. He met with dozens of young learners at the college’s engineering centre in St Andrew’s Road which has received £3.1m capital grant from a £17m pot that was secured last year for four further education colleges in the Leeds City Region through the government’s Local Growth Deal. It...
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A campaign has pleaded that more people become foster carers to plug a national shortage. A total of 610 children currently in care in Kirklees are in need of a new home. Fostering Solutions ,who is behind the drive, said that the figures could get even higher if recent rises continue. Since 2010 7% more children now need foster families after being removed from unstable homes. Gareth Walton, operations director for Fostering Solutions, said: “We need more foster carers to come forward. “Becoming a foster...
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Young Woman Eating Almonds From a Bowl
Almonds are an incredibly popular tree nut. Despite being high in fat, they are highly nutritious and extremely healthy. Here are 9 evidence-based health benefits of almonds. 1. Almonds Deliver a Massive Amount of Nutrients The almond is the edible seed that grows from the tree Prunus Dulcis, more commonly called the Almond tree. Almonds are native to the Middle East, but the United States is now the world’s largest producer. The almonds we buy at the store have usually had the shell removed, which reveals...
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The Editor Roy Wright Editor, Huddersfield Daily Examiner Phone 01484 437707 Roy Wright was appointed editor of The Huddersfield Daily Examiner in 2002. Prior to this he was assistant editor of The Liverpool Echo for three years. He has also worked at the Hull Daily Mail as well as a number of Press agencies. Roy grew up in Burnley, Lancashire and has worked in the local newspaper industry for 25 years. Original linkOriginal author: Marshall-Bailey...
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