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‘Dam’ good accommodation for Chatsworth Horse Trials at The Maynard

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With the Dodson & Horrell Chatsworth International Horse Trials fast approaching on 16th-18th May, the greatest names in the sport of equestrian turn out and ply their trade in grounds of the legendary Chatsworth House and just 15 minutes away by car - or horse box - The Maynard Hotel could offe…

Stressed employees no longer barking up the wrong tree on counselling

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Employees with work related stress can now ask their employers to pay for psychiatric counselling. According to Oxley & Coward Solicitors, while the ruling by the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) is a warning to ensure employers take mental health issues seriously, it is not the slippery slope t…

Software Company aiming to give pets celebrity treatment

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The news that UK TV personality and renowned pet lover Paul O'Grady forked out over £8,000 in chemotherapy treatments for his Cairn terrier, Olga, is cold comfort for ordinary members of the public with sick pets who cannot afford such sums. The rising cost of new treatments coupled with increasing…

North East firm calls for action in Asbestos Awareness Week, 1-7 April 2014

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Hebburn based Asbestos specialists Nichol Associates is backing this year's Asbestos Awareness Week (1-7 April) and supporting initiatives to make this a truly global campaign moving forwards – in the wake of growing legacy asbestos fears post 9/11. "We still have legacy issues in UK buildings …

WHO continues to eradicate worldwide Polio as British Polio offer support

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As the World Health Organisation (WHO) continues its fight to eradicate Polio worldwide, is to announce a massive breakthrough on 27th March; South-East Asia is officially free of the disease. By adding India to the list of Polio free countries, the region that is home to nearly 1.6billion people be…

Fraud case emphasises how Pet Insurance is Milos behind

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After facing the possibility of having to put down an injured cat one Cambridge vet has urged all pet owners to insure their pets. Yet costly insurance premiums are proving a barrier to many, meaning p a significant number of pets in Britain still remain without valuable insurance cover, However, te…

Polio Charity sows the seeds of hope

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The British Polio Fellowship has today announced an important new project with Swiss based Syngenta and UK based Westland Horticulture. The trio have joined forces to supply 10,000 packets of seeds to members of The British Fellowship as part of events to mark the national charity’s 75th Anniversa…

‘Dizzie’ rascals now facing the music for Pet Insurance Fraud

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Bad news for the potential pet insurance fraudster; emerging technology can now spot trends in claimants' behaviours, average claim costs across both breeds and different animal types, and recurring payments to vets. One Surrey vet recently struck off following his conviction for pet insurance fraud…

Training is the Key to Taming Asbestos

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Training is the key to taming asbestos News that North East asbestos management firm Nichol Associates has increased its turnover by more than 50% comes in tandem with criticism of the latest scheme to compensate asbestos victims as being inadequate. The stories are linked because it is now being…

Valentine’s Day at The Maynard

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With Valentine's Day just around the corner, luxury hotel The Maynard in Grindleford has prepared a comprehensive package for those who want to celebrate in style on February 14th. With exclusive, intimate dining from £37 per person and a luxury stay from £85 per person, places are limited, so cou…

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