Scriba PR wins business of the month award

Huddersfield-based technical B2B PR firm, Scriba PR, is the latest company to scoop up Eaton Smith’s Business of the Month Award. Established in 1995, the...

Coffee firm’s initiative moves away from single-use packaging to become more...

Lincoln-based Stokes Tea & Coffee is rolling out an initiative which does away with cardboard, single-use plastic packaging and tape. In the wake of a...

Gusty days to generate windfall for UK businesses

Gusty days could herald a major boost to UK businesses following the launch of a new system which claws back currently wasted wind energy. Demand...

Mechanical engineer to run 9k for Alzheimers in final fundraising push

A mechanical engineer with Sheffield specialist engineering group SCX is nearing the end of a remarkable mission to co-ordinate 94 events to raise money...

Heckington gets Lincolnshire’s most energy-efficient homes

Work has begun on a new high-quality council housing scheme in Heckington, paving the way for Lincolnshire’s first Council-owned super-energy-efficient cheap-to-live-in Passivhauses. Pioneering a move...

CATCH Skills named as training provider of the year by ECITB

CATCH Skills in Stallingborough has won the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board Training Provider of the Year Award. Chief executive David Talbot said: “Catch is...

Lincolnshire council tightens planning to fend off solar surge

North Lincolnshire Council has issued a supplementary planning document, outlining the adoption of new requirements in a bid to limit the rise in solar...

Housebuilder remembers local war heroes in Dunholme

Local housebuilder Chestnut Homes has remembered local war heroes in the village of Dunholme by naming five new roads after them. The new roads, as...

University scientists to lead agricultural research

Scientists at the University of Lincoln, UK, will lead three pioneering research projects as part of a new wave of government funding aimed at...

Trio travel to London to celebrate women’s role on LEP boards

Three members of the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership’s Boards have attended an event in London promoting female participation on LEP boards. Jo Smedley, the LEP’s...

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