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Motorists at growing risk of number plate cloning, expert warns

Motorists are at growing risk of falling victim to number plate cloning, an expert has warned. Paul Hill from National Numbers said the expansion of ULEZ zones across the UK has meant cloning has become a “pernicious side effect.” His…

‘Sustainability Should be Taught in Our Schools’

Lincolnshire parents calling for more to be done in schools to help families adopt a sustainable lifestyle and protect the planet. Liam (38) and wife, Angela, from Crowland near Peterborough are among 40 per cent of parents claiming life with…

Demand for age-appropriate housing creates opportunity for developers says My Future Living

A new report highlights that demand for age-appropriate housing for older people is rising despite a slowdown in the housing market, and that affordability is a key driver, something that My Future Living, the UK’s leading retirement rentals brand says…

Creative agency Milk & Tweed leads rebrand for sustainable sock firm Hedgy in time for its expansion

SUSTAINABLE sock company Hedgy is set to expand its product range into clothing after seeing a 60 per cent sales growth over the last year. The Gloucestershire company, founded by Tom Haines three years ago, sells environmentally friendly chemical-free bamboo…

Major Study Revels Skills Children Need to Navigate an Uncertain Future

Parents value ‘soft skills’ over ‘hard skills’ to future-proof their children’s wellbeing, new research reveals. 38% cited resilience and the ability to cope through change as most important 38% are most concerned with their children developing interpersonal and social skills …

Golden girl Jess has heart set on Paralympics following equine victory

GOLDEN girl Jess Pritchard rode to victory in a prestigious equestrian competition. The Coleg Cambria student won the 1* Grade Three Para Dressage competition at the Addington International Arena. Representing Team GB, Jess – an Entry Level 3 Learner in…

Street Food Heroes: Check Out Bridgend’s Latest Trend Setter, Celtic Kitchen

Budgets for dining out are not what they were – and with the rising cost of living, simple street food is a classic that people can continue to afford and enjoy. The good news is that definitely doesn’t mean skimping…

The Great Unretirement: Has the Spring Budget increased UK pensioner poverty?

Latest research finds a growing number of retirees already living on the poverty line amidst the UK’s cost-of-living crisis    18% say their quality of life is going to deteriorate because they don’t have enough money in their pension funds 21% have…

24-year-old woman takes on Newport Marathon to make her younger self proud after being told she could never run

A 24-year-old woman from Aberdare will be running the ABP Newport Marathon to prove to herself just what she’s capable of after previously being told to never run. Rhiannon Barber, who creates dance music under the name Rightkeysonly and campaigns…

Anglesey’s Four Crosses re-opens following substantial investment by Robinsons Brewery

Business Partners Sonia and David (pictured above) are delighted to re-open the doors of their popular Anglesey pub, the Four Crosses, following a significant investment from family-brewers Robinsons. This charming large pub, which is popular with both locals and visitors…