It’s March, so that means a visit to The Best of Britain and Ireland show (BOBI) at the NEC. Andy Goff went along for a look.
An award winning journalist is to give a lecture to staff, students and guests at the University of Wolverhampton – the first in his new post.
Alan Clawley wades through the gloom and doom of budget cuts and asks why Sir Albert Bore is predicting the end of local government as we know it.
If you want to understand how the global economy got into such a mess and what to do about it this event is for you!
After various washed-out and cancelled festivals, this year’s Association of Festival Organisers Conference plans to tackle the big issues of the Festival industry in three debates.
The European Investment Bank has agreed to provide £150m of long-term funding to Vattenfall for the Thanet Offshore Wind Farm.
Wildlife is found to be no longer priceless, an economic study has discovered.
David Cameron would like us to believe that the pain inflicted on us by the government after the banking crash will be more bearable if we believe him, writes Alan Clawley
Councillors should be scrutinising the process leading up to major decisions not reacting to decisions that have already been made when it is too late to change them.
With government backed Feed in Tariffs set to rise in April there is unlikely to be a better time to jump on the home-generated energy bandwagon that seems to be rumbling across the country.
On the face of it today’s budget looks good for business but failed to win support from Friends of the Earth
It’s more than 90 days now, since Beijing experienced any rain, and on yet another bright, cold winter’s morning, I look out over Beijing, and am struck by the almost visible inactivity of this usually hyper-active town.