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Store Manager BALLYMENA (Savers) Are you an experienced Assistant Manager or a Store Manager looking for a new challenge? Are you passionate about retail? Are you looking to join a well known successful retail business? As a Store Manager in Savers you will have overall operational management of you...more info>>>

Discovered on 19/10/2011 11:32:00
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IT staff vote for walk-out

WORKERS at an IT firm have balloted to walk out in support of a colleague. Unite union members claim Alan Jenney is being forced out of a job at Fujitsu's Crewe Business Park office. Mr Jenney, aged 39, has worked at the computer giant for 17 years and is currently a business improvement specialist....more info>>>

Discovered on 26/06/2011 03:00:00
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Employees praised as manufacturer increases its profits

THE parent company of two Stoke-on-Trent manufacturers has delivered a 60 per cent increase in trading profits. Norcros Group, which owns Tunstall businesses Johnson Tiles and Norcros Adhesives, announced profits in the year to the end of March of £11.7 million; up from £7.3 million the previous ye...more info>>>

Discovered on 25/06/2011 03:00:00
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Adams Foods announces its new big cheese

ONE of Leek's biggest employers has appointed a new chief executive. Adams Foods, which employs around 500 people at its cheese-packing factory in Leek, has appointed Ian Toal. The Sentinel reported in March that previous managing director Carl Ravenhall had resigned to join Bristol-based dairy co-o...more info>>>

Discovered on 24/06/2011 03:00:00
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Gyms closure hits therapist

A BEAUTY therapist has had to move to a temporary base after the gym she was based above closed without warning. Priya Astbury was told to leave her salon, which was based above Gymophobics in Newcastle High Street, last weekend. She has now moved to Lyme Vale Physiotherapy, Lyme Vale Court, Lyme Dr...more info>>>

Discovered on 24/06/2011 03:00:00
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Comet stores could be sold

THE owner of electrical goods retailer Comet is considering selling the loss-making chain. Kesa Electricals is working on a plan to revive Comet's fortunes, but at the same time looking at "strategic alternatives" for the shops. One of those alternatives could include a sale of the 249-store busine...more info>>>

Discovered on 24/06/2011 03:00:00
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More jobs will go at Focus HQ

WORKERS at the head office of doomed retailer Focus are facing a fresh round of job losses 'in the coming days'. The national DIY chain axed 144 workers in May after calling in administrators to leave 140 staff at the firm's Westmere Road HQ in Crewe. Now administrator Ernst & Young has confi...more info>>>

Discovered on 23/06/2011 03:00:00
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CARRYING ON DAD'S LEGACY

FIVE thousand people are now working at JCB's nine Staffordshire factories – as employee numbers return to pre-recession levels for the first time. About 1,800 JCB workers have lost their jobs since 2007 as the credit crunch and later recession led to tumbling sales. But an increase in order...more info>>>

Discovered on 22/06/2011 03:00:00
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Shoppers Focus on grabbing a bargain

SHOPPERS saved hundreds of pounds as a chain of doomed DIY stores slashed prices before closing for the final time. A number of Focus stores across the region reduced items from pounds to pence as staff worked to clear the shelves ahead of the final closure. Branches in Fenton, Trent Vale and Lee...more info>>>

Discovered on 21/06/2011 03:00:00
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Lender to step into the breach

A SPECIALIST not-for-profit lender is expanding to meet the growing demand for small business loans. Wolverhampton-based BCRS (Black Country Reinvestment Society), which supports firms across Staffordshire and the Black Country, has appointed a new business development manager and marketing and PR m...more info>>>

Discovered on 21/06/2011 03:00:00
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Musical website is boost for business

ONLINE entrepreneur Gary Aston has launched a new website to bring the city's musical community together. Gary's stokeontrentmusicians.co.uk is designed to help bands advertise their gigs, studios and music teachers showcase their services, and aspiring musicians get in touch with like-minded peo...more info>>>

Discovered on 21/06/2011 03:00:00
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Severn Trent switches water supply to conserve supplies

SEVERN Trent is switching its North Staffordshire water source to conserve supplies at Tittesworth Reservoir. And the firm says some customers might notice a "slight difference" in the taste and smell of their water because of the change. Despite recent rainfall, Severn Trent has warned that a hosep...more info>>>

Discovered on 19/06/2011 03:00:00
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Pickets practise for Fujitsu strike action

IT WORKERS being balloted for industrial action have taken to the picket line, to practise ahead of their potential strike. Sixty-five Unite members at Fujitsu, in Crewe, are planning to walk out in support of colleague Alan Jenney, who they say is being forced out of his job. Now they have spent...more info>>>

Discovered on 18/06/2011 03:00:00
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Dip in number of jobseekers

THE number of people claiming unemployment benefit in Stoke-on-Trent has dropped for the third month in a row. Latest Government figures reveal 7,806 residents were claiming Jobseeker's Allowance (JSA) in May, down from 8,035 the month before. In Newcastle, the claimant count fell very slightly from...more info>>>

Discovered on 17/06/2011 03:00:00
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Asda's takeover of Netto creates eight vacancies

EIGHT new jobs are being created as supermarket giant Asda takes over another Netto store. It is the latest branch in the region to be converted after the retailer took over Netto's UK outlets in a £778 million deal earlier this year. Asda is investing £500,000 to convert the Netto branch at Staffor...more info>>>

Discovered on 16/06/2011 03:00:00
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Future of town post office still under threat

TALKS were continuing last night to try to reopen a town centre post office. Biddulph Post Office has been closed since Friday afternoon and was expected to remain shut today. The future of the High Street branch within convenience store UGO has been thrown into doubt after UGO's owner Haldanes ann...more info>>>

Discovered on 15/06/2011 03:00:00
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Engineering giant looks to employ 30 new recruits

THIRTY apprenticeships are on offer for Staffordshire youngsters. Engineering giant Alstom has 20 vacancies at its Grid and Power businesses, in Stafford, while Shelton-based PM Training is looking for 10 customer service, business administration and IT apprentices. The vacancies at Alstom mean the ...more info>>>

Discovered on 14/06/2011 03:00:00
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Fears for U.S. debts as UK deficit holds

BRITAIN'S trade deficit remained static in April, according to official figures. The gap between goods and services imported and exported held at £2.8 billion, the Office for National Statistics said, unchanged from March. Excluding oil and erratic items, the seasonally adjusted volume of exports wa...more info>>>

Discovered on 14/06/2011 03:00:00
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Pie shop's new delicious look

WRIGHTS Pies has completed the latest phase of a £1 million investment in its shops across North Staffordshire. The Wrights branch at Northwood is the latest to have been refurbished and reopened. The Crewe-based firm has now refurbished four North Staffordshire stores and has also earmarked its bra...more info>>>

Discovered on 14/06/2011 03:00:00
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Coalition cutbacks hit 'Project Keele'

PLANS to attract more than 1,000 Government jobs to North Staffordshire could face years of delays. Proposals for a 180,000 sq ft "Government campus" at Keele University were first announced in March 2008. Plans for the facility, reserved for public sector departments and companies working for the ...more info>>>

Discovered on 08/06/2011 03:00:00
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'Missing Link is concern'

Business support organisation Business Link West Midlands is being closed down in November, a victim of the coalition Government's abolition of regional development agencies. But before it closes its doors it has £3 million to spend on helping 300 high-growth companies expand their horizons and crea...more info>>>

Discovered on 07/06/2011 03:00:00
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Experts reveal results should be at 'top end'

REGENERATION specialist St Modwen has announced that its half-year results are likely to be at the "top end" of management expectations. In a pre-close trading update for the six months to May 31, the Birmingham-based developer said it had continued to perform well since an interim management statem...more info>>>

Discovered on 07/06/2011 03:00:00
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First price rise in five months

HOUSE prices in Stoke-on-Trent have registered their first monthly rise in five months, according to new figures. Latest data from the Land Registry shows the average home in the city cost £73,733 in April, up 3.8 per cent compared with March. It is the first monthly rise since November. But on an a...more info>>>

Discovered on 07/06/2011 03:00:00
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Pet project on net leads to U.S. sales

AN ONLINE pet toy and accessory store based in North Staffordshire is picking up customers from all over the world. Former Britannia worker Lynn Haigh set up Dougal's Den in Rutland last January before relocating to Longsdon earlier this year. The business – named after Lynn's 15-year-old pe...more info>>>

Discovered on 07/06/2011 03:00:00
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Queen of Shops invited to boost profile of town 'on the brink'

RESIDENTS are being urged to lobby television retail guru Mary Portas as part of a campaign to boost a town centre. Ms Portas, the star of Mary Queen of Shops and Secret Shopper, has been appointed to carry out a government-backed review aimed at halting the 'decline of the High Street' in England....more info>>>

Discovered on 05/06/2011 03:00:00
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New Asda jobs at town's store

TWELVE new jobs are being created as supermarket giant Asda takes over another Netto store. The retailer is investing £500,000 to convert the Netto branch at Ashbourne Road in Cheadle. Existing staff will be transferred to the new-look store, which will close for refurbishment on June 25 and reopen ...more info>>>

Discovered on 04/06/2011 03:00:00
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House prices among lowest in country

THE ST1 postcode has some of the lowest-value properties in England, according to a new survey. Property website Zoopla's latest Property Rich List has revealed the average home in ST1 costs £78,231; the 19th lowest value in the country. The lowest value area is TS2, in Middlesbrough, where the aver...more info>>>

Discovered on 03/06/2011 03:00:00
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B&M set to take reins at Focus

HOMEWARE giant B&M has conditionally agreed to take over the Brownhills branch of Focus after the company went into administration earlier this year. B&M Homestore will take over the Ferrie Grove site along with 10 other branches nationwide. The move will safeguard dozens of jobs at the stor...more info>>>

Discovered on 03/06/2011 03:00:00
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Esporta gym on Festival Heights to close with loss of 40 jobs

THOUSANDS of gym members have been told their club is to close with the loss of more than 40 jobs. Esporta, on Festival Heights, has confirmed it will shut on June 30 following negotiations with its landlord. A total of 2,500 people are signed up as members at the club. Letters have gone out infor...more info>>>

Discovered on 02/06/2011 03:00:00
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Concerns over out of town store increase

BUSINESS leaders have welcomed the take-over of DIY retailer, Focus, after the chain fell into administration. Discount chain B&M wants to buy the Barnfields Road shop in Leek and has given a pledge to keep Focus staff on. Leek Chamber of Trade say they are pleased jobs have been saved. But lea...more info>>>

Discovered on 02/06/2011 03:00:00
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Residents suffered worst postal service in Britain last year

RESIDENTS and businesses in South Cheshire suffered the worst postal service in mainland Britain last year. Latest Royal Mail figures show postal workers in the CW area delivered 85.4 per cent of first-class mail on time during the year to March. That is even worse than the KW postcode in the far no...more info>>>

Discovered on 01/06/2011 03:00:00
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Everyone wins in home revamp pilot

A NEW housing project is bringing empty properties back into use and providing training and employment for young people. Newcastle-based Aspire is running the youth refurbishment pilot scheme, which involves young people from the group's PM Training division working alongside local contractors to co...more info>>>

Discovered on 31/05/2011 03:00:00
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Fall in number of new houses

THE number of new homes being built in the region has continued to fall. The National House Building Council (NHBC) received 1,546 applications to build new houses in the West Midlands from February to April, down from 2,632 during the same period last year. During the previous rolling quarter, Jan...more info>>>

Discovered on 31/05/2011 03:00:00
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Fewer firms going bust

THE number of business insolvencies in the region dropped by almost 20 per cent last month. Experian's latest insolvency index reveals 157 West Midlands firms failed during April, down 19.1 per cent compared with April 2010. The insolvency rate, which is the percentage of businesses failing, droppe...more info>>>

Discovered on 31/05/2011 03:00:00
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Games fanatics make a bold move

A POTTERIES board games specialist has expanded into a new shop four times the size of its previous base. Shire Games, run by Nick and Sue Fisk, has moved from Hope Street in Hanley to Parliament Row, also in the city centre. The couple say demand for their games is increasing all the time, partly b...more info>>>

Discovered on 31/05/2011 03:00:00
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Company buys up brands from troubled ladieswear firm

A RECEIVER called in to troubled ladieswear firm CDU has sold its brands to another company. Administrative receiver MCR was appointed at Leek-based CDU – formerly Slimma – by one of the firm's creditors in March. Now partners John Whitfield and Philip Duffy have sold CDU's brands Frank ...more info>>>

Discovered on 29/05/2011 03:00:00
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Hard work keeps water firm afloat

UNITED Utilities has praised the 'extraordinary efforts' of staff who hit targets on repairing leaks despite receiving 40,000 calls between Christmas and New Year. During the festive period, the water supplier received an unprecedented ten times the usual level of calls to burst pipes. Regulator O...more info>>>

Discovered on 28/05/2011 03:00:00
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Jobless figures improve but young struggle to find work

TAMWORTH'S plunging unemployment levels have been welcomed by town MP Christopher Pincher who believes even better times lie ahead. The Herald reported last week that Tamworth's Job Seekers Allowance rate fell to 1,602 in April – the lowest level since December 2008. The 28-month low in claima...more info>>>

Discovered on 28/05/2011 03:00:00
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3,000 Focus jobs at risk as closing down sales start

UP to 3,000 jobs are under threat at DIY chain Focus after administrators confirmed they have failed to find a buyer for the business. Closing down sales at the Crewe-based firm's remaining 123 stores are due to start at the weekend, although administrators Ernst & Young say they are still in ne...more info>>>

Discovered on 27/05/2011 03:00:00
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Hundreds of jobs up for grabs amid shake-up of advertising packages

HUNDREDS of new jobs are to be advertised in The Sentinel and on our thisisstaffordshire.co.uk website. News of the employment bonanza comes as the newspaper launches new recruitment packages for firms; making finding the right candidate easier and better value than ever before. Businesses looking ...more info>>>

Discovered on 26/05/2011 03:00:00
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