The MS Society is closing residential care centres in a move towards a more 'personalised service'. Is this a model for respite care that other charities might follow?
The MS Society is closing residential care centres and moving towards a more "personalised service". Is this a model for respite care that other charities might follow? The National Passenger Survey of rail users has been published - what are the results? Why some ex-pats in France are having their food shopping shipped in from the UK. And could wind turbines attached to giant kites really be an energy source for the future?
Landlords and the Budget
Professional landlords tell us what the Budget's plans on Housing Allowance will mean for their business.
Rail Satisfaction Survey
The results of the National Passenger Survey have been published. What do rail travellers make of their services?
World Cup and PR
More press releases with a tenuous link to the football. And a PR professional explains why the tournament has been good news for her industry.
Sir Bob Kerslake, chief executive of the Homes and Communities Agency, responds to the Budget.
How the Lost Gardens of Heligan in Cornwall saved a rare species of plant from extinction - and how you can now buy it in the gift shop!
he Multiple Sclerosis Society is closing its residental care centres they use to offer respite to suffererers. Instead, they will use the money to offer a more personalised form of respite care.
Ex-Pat Food Shopping
Expats living in France are having supermarket food delivered to them because of greater choice and cheaper produce.
- Wed 23 Jun 2010 12:04
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