Furniture giant Dwell ceases trading

After weeks of speculation, it has been announced that furniture retailer Dwell has ceased trading. The retailer has closed its 23 stores and House of Fraser concession, and – as things stand – will not honour outstanding customer orders. Dwell had recently enlisted the help of adviser Argyll Partners to help Continue Reading

Embarrassed Manchester City bosses ban United shirts at the Eithad Campus construction site

Embarrassed Manchester City bosses ban United shirts at the Eithad Campus construction site Any workers at City’s new £120million training ground site wearing football shirts face face the sack Construction workers on Manchester City’s £120million Etihad Campus have been warned they face the sack if they turn up wearing Manchester United shirts. Continue Reading

Local boatyard to the rescue

This is the first time that the Flushing boatyard, which has a long-standing working relationship with the RNLI, has worked on these new high tech class of vessels, which are worth more than £3 million each. Last month the ‘Mark Mason’, which is based at Angle in Pembrokeshire, was in Continue Reading

New online resource explains the Green Deal

The National Skills Academy for Environmental Technologies has launched an online resource to provide a comprehensive introduction to the Green Deal and the Energy Company Obligation (ECO), ideal for anyone looking to deliver services under these schemes. Designed primarily for installers operating in the building services engineering and construction sectors, Continue Reading