Tedworth House in Wiltshire has benefitted from an all-weather golf installation that will be run by charity Help for Heroes. Stars of rugby travelled to the facility to witness the ribbon cutting by International Rugby Union forward Jason Leonard – the world’s most capped player in his position.
The News has undergone a few changes of late including the relaunch of the printed paper,
redesigning their website and launching The News tablet app for Apple and Android devices.
In an effort to keep up with the times the paper has now decided that’s it’s facility in Hilsea
is not in keeping with the current trends and hence The News is jumping just across the way
Petersfield looks set to get a new Morrisons outlet at the end of this summer.
Plans have been submitted for Polo House, in Swan Street, to have its ground floor converted into an arm of the brand’s convenience stores.
Hampshire based company Hawk-Eye has been confirmed as providers of the next Premier League
season’s goal line technology system. No more gaffs or near misses – with the implementation of the
company’s camera based network referees and official’s jobs have just got a whole lot easier.
The closing date for this years Daily Echo supported South Coast Business Awards is fast approaching but there's still time to get your nomination in. With just one week left before the closing date, those last minute employer or company nominations are being hurried along so as to make the deadline.
The Portsmouth News has today announced the three short listed businesses to feature in its Local Business Accelerators campaign.
PETA Engineering Training Centre, Basepoint Business and Innovation Centre and Langstone Technology Park are all due to be paid a visit by various nationwide business community members and mayors from across the country.
Councilor Gerald Shimbart, Mayor of Havant, will be giving delegates a guided tour of the facilities on offer in the town.
Research from Hilton-Baird Collection Services has shown that one in five Hampshire businesses struggled to recoup payments for goods and services within the agreed time scales.
Cllr Richard Williams, Southampton City Council leader, has hit back at Chancellor George Osborne claiming that his 2013 Budget is a missed opportunity.
Due to pollution and agricultural contamination of water sources from local farms, Basingstoke farmers are being encouraged to apply for a £10, 000 portion of the Catchment Sensitive Farming Grant .
Applications need to me made before April 30 and it’s a scheme that’s being championed by Chris D’Olley, a rural land use expert at Carter Jonas.