The Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) today (27/09/12) revealed full details of their chosen “decoupling method” as EU roaming regulations move closer to fruition. Continue reading
RECENTLY I HAD A writing test for an online bookmaker, unfortunately I didn’t get the position but I thought I would publish some samples of the work on here to show potential employers what I can produce in a 60 minute deadline. Continue reading
Having recently struck a £23.1 million deal with official airline of the Middle East, Etihad Virgin Australia are aiming to ground Quantas with 23 flights a week to Abu Dhabi.
Traveller Mark Forster hitched a ride from Sydney to Abu Dhabi on “Richards Branson’s Quantas Killer”: Continue reading
LUXURY PROPERTY PRICES in Queensland have plummeted by over 50%, one of the biggest drops in the global market.
Despite being Australia’s fastest growing city Brisbane has seen the price of properties drop by an average of 42% after another year of January flooding.
Heavily hit suburb Ipswich and luxury estates North Booval and Gold Coast saw the biggest drop in the country with prices reduced by 46%-51% on 2010. Continue reading
- So, this is probably something I should have started months ago but as they always say better late than never. Rather than attempt to keep on top of a daily blog. Which as you can tell has failed in spectacular fashion I’ve decided to do a weekly review of events in my life and things that have interested me. Almost a column if you will. However being a columnist does usually infer that someone has hired you to write it for a specific audience whereas I’ve hired myself and my audience is the four people who looked at this website this week (always thinking of my fans, cheers guys). So this week….
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Middlesbrough host Doncaster in the final game of the season this Saturday at 12:45 and with 19 goals in the last eight games it’s sure to be a good one. Continue reading
A TEESSIDE University student hopes to graduate with a first class position as Mayor of Middlesbrough.
Lloyd Cole-Nolan, 25, a media production student at the University announced his standing as the Conservative candidate in the May 5th election late last month, he said:
“People have confidence in me to do the job as the elected mayor. I want to really improve the town.”