Features in: July, 2011

Amy Winehouse found dead at her London flat

Amy Winehouse found dead at her London flat

Singer Amy Winehouse has been found dead at her flat in North London, police have said. Two ambulance crews arrived at the scene and found Winehouse unconscious shortly after 4PM, but were unable to revive her. The death is being treated as ‘unexplained’ by police who in a statement said: “On arrival officers found the […]

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Korg UK has purchased a new larger building in Milton Keynes and are moving in on the 1st August 2011

Korg UK has purchased a new larger building in Milton Keynes and are moving in on the 1st August 2011

“Purchasing this property is a strong sign of Korg’s commitment to the UK market and although the building is larger than our old one it will help us be more efficient and save costs. We outgrew our old building some time ago and we now have more office and warehouse space, which will greatly improve […]

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NatWest announces support for local communities with three £6000 awards up for grabs

NatWest announces support for local communities with three £6000 awards up for grabs

NatWest today launches CommunityForce, a new initiative to help local charities, organisations and groups raise publicity of their work and attract volunteers. The programme also provides the opportunity to receive funding through the NatWest CommunityForce awards. Through the initiative 158 individual CommunityForce areas have been created – one of which is available in Birmingham – […]

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WYATT adapts brand to build UK and European business for AKW

WYATT adapts brand to build UK and European business for AKW

AKW Medicare, the UK’s leader in showering, daily living and kitchen solutions for the elderly, disabled and less able people has a new look to its brand based around the themes of Life, Style and Choice, thanks to PR and marketing agency Wyatt International. The new identity reflects the heritage and brand values of the […]

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Somewhere over the rainbow…

Somewhere over the rainbow…

In the late 90s Birmingham’s music scene revolved around a handful of nightclubs in the city being Gods Kitchen at the Sanctuary, Bakers, Miss Money Pennies, Hush, the Que Club and it pretty much stopped there. Things were different back then. There was no facebook or Twitter, there wasn’t even myspace.  People were out on […]

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