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Jessica Ennis-Hill 2015 return

Jessica Ennis-Hill is not used to finishing third but for once it did not matter. It was all about the return, the feeling of being back on the track again. Equally Ennis-Hill’s first race since becoming a mum saw fellow Briton Tiffany Porter show her credentials once more as a European champion. The event on […]

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UK announces Beijing 2015 selection policy

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British Athletics has announced their selection policy for the 2015 IAAF World Championships in Beijing, China 22 – 30 August 2015. The selection criterion is in line with British Athletics’ strategic aim of winning medals at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio and at London 2017. The policy is structured to name a team with […]

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Retirement Savers to Consider Property Investing

Pension Regulation Changes Cause a Third of Retirement Savers to Consider Investing in Buy-to-Let Property New analysis by Direct Line for Business (DL4B), the small business insurer, reveals that a third (32 per cent) of people aged 45 – 64 with a pension would consider using some or all of their pension pot to fund […]

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Steel defends Euro Cross Country title

Euro Cross Country Championships – A thrilling, nail-biting women’s senior race was won in a sensational sprint over the final strides by Gemma Steel as she beat her Great Britain teammate Kate Avery in a duel that you could not take your eyes off. We were treated to something special as Steel, the silver medallist […]

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SA-UK trade

SA-UK trade – South Africa and the United Kingdom have extensive trade and economic relations, which continue to strengthen despite the global economic challenges. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) from the United Kingdom stood at R60 billion for the period January 2009 to April 2014 – the highest from Europe in this period and creating 19 […]

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Jo Pavey selected for Sportswoman of the Year

Jo Pavey (coach: Gavin Pavey) leads the finalists for the Sunday Times & Sky Sports Sportswoman of the Year awards which are to be held on Wednesday 19 November in London. Athletics have finalists in four of the categories which is a fine reward for a very successful year for our female athletes. The 40 […]

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Steel strong in Great South Run

Great South Run – Gemma Steel (coach: John Nuttall) ran a superb race on the south coast but was narrowly beaten in a sprint finish by Ethiopia’s Belaynesh Olijira. Great South Run Steel ran a 4:54 mile for the fifth mile of the race which split the field up, and former 10,000m world champion Linet […]

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National Grid under pressure

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Britain’s National Grid has announced that emergency measures are going to be introduced to prevent the “lights going out” this winter. [Read more…]

Slenky Provides Fun and Opportunities

Social networking site Slenky is taking an innovative, digital approach to addressing young people in Britain’s concerns about money, unemployment, lack of opportunities and cuts to education. Slenky is tackling this head on by giving 13-24-year olds from around the UK unique and incredible ‘shots’ by working with companies and individuals to open up opportunities […]
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Germany removes University fees

Just under a year after the UK government have realised that a hike in tuition fees achieved nothing, other than placing students into further debt, Germany will remove fees for all universities. Not charging students The final German province to scrap their tuition fees was Lower Saxony. This means that all German universities are not […]

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