• Fingerprints aren't as unique as first thought, says Home Office scientist
    Fingerprints aren't as unique as first thought, says Home Office scientist - The Home Office's first Forensic Science Regulator claims that human error, partial prints and false positives mean that fingerprints evidence is not as reliable as is widely believed. [ read more […]
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  • Plan to change fracking trespass law
    Plan to change fracking trespass law - Ministers want to give energy firms the right to run shale gas pipes under private land to kick-start fracking. [BBC Politics] […]
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  • Skin cancer rates 'surge since 70s'
    Skin cancer rates 'surge since 70s' - The incidence of the most serious skin cancer is now five times higher than it was in the 1970s, figures show. [BBC Health] […]
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  • £200,000 'Dalek' machine blasts POTHOLES in just 120 seconds
    £200,000 'Dalek' machine blasts POTHOLES in just 120 seconds - The £200,000 machine is on trial in central Bedfordshire where it is filling in potholes 30 times faster than conventional methods. [Daily Mail Tech] […]
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  • How leaving NEGATIVE online reviews boosts sales
    How leaving NEGATIVE online reviews boosts sales - Researchers in Atlanta, Chicago and Minnesota, claim that being polite in a negative review positively affect the image of both the reviewer and the product being sold. [Daily Mail Tech] […]
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  • Facebook to shutdown chat function forcing users to download Messenger app
    Facebook to shutdown chat function forcing users to download Messenger app - The switchover will begin in Europe where people will instead have to use the Messenger function, which Facebook launched three years ago. [Daily Mail Tech] […]
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  • Rural centre 'flawed from outset'
    Rural centre 'flawed from outset' - A failed rural heritage centre which cost the public purse more than £3.4m when it collapsed should have been more closely monitored, a government auditor says. [BBC Politics] […]
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  • Pensioners could get death estimate
    Pensioners could get death estimate - Retirees could be told how long they are likely to live after stopping work, says pensions minister Steve Webb. [BBC Health] […]
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  • Land Rover's Discovery Vision Concept car can be driven remotely using your iPhone
    Land Rover's Discovery Vision Concept car can be driven remotely using your iPhone - The Discovery Vision Concept can be driven remotely using a smart phone, a tablet or the car's removable console - a technology once considered so fanciful it appeared in the James Bond film 'Tomorrow Never Dies'. [ read more […]
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  • Growth in Scottish economy slows
    Growth in Scottish economy slows - The Scottish economy grew by 0.2% in the final three months of 2013, compared with growth of 0.7% in the UK as a whole. [BBC Business] […]
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  • Aylesbury Office space flying in the face of recession!
    Spring has definitely sprung for the growing businesses in and around Aylesbury. They are coming out of their back-bedroom offices in droves to work at our Hot Office Barclays House business centre in Aylesbury. Luke Eustace [Head of Sales] said "The Campus community office is bursting at the seams. We need more workstations available as demand currentl […]
  • Evolution or Revolution? The answer is here!
    How on earth did we function in business before the internet, before email, Google and our beloved mobile phones? We now work faster and more efficiently than ever, we don't need to get a group of people in to a room to make a decision, we can conduct most of our conversations by email, we have all the information we could ever need at our finger-tips, […]
  • The Baby Bio of Business Development
    The watch-phrase of the moment is 'Work Hub', every county council wants one, every business centre wants to be one but why and what is one? From a local authority economic development point of view a Work Hub is a nursery where new companies can be nurtured and fed with the business equivalent of Baby Bio ready to plant out in the greater economic […]
  • STRATEGIC PLANNING - 1/2 Day Workshop
    Strategic Planning Workshop: Wed 28th Sept 2011 [9am to 12.30pm] Location: Barclays House, Aylesbury HP19 8DB Fee: £30 +vat In this time of increasing economic uncertainty you must know where you are going , how you are going to get there and the potential threats that lie ahead In this 3.5 hour seminar [presented by Anchorage Consulting] you will learn: Why […]
  • The Inaugural BEDFORDSHIRE HOT JELLY!
    Aylesbury Enterprise & Innovation Centre in Gatehouse Way, Aylesbury will host the inaugural 'Buckinghamshire Hot Jelly' 9am-5pm on 22nd Sept 2011! So what is a 'Jelly'?: Jelly is a casual coworking event (unlike the wobbly gelatin variety!), where freelancers, home workers & people running small businesses meet up in order to get […]
  • Enterprise Centre Office Space Makeover!
    The Campus Office space at the Enterprise Centre in Aylesbury was given a facelift over the weekend to increase workstation capacity and freshen it up for the busy spring period. We have introduced a new casual meeting area as well as a few more workstations to increase capacity in order to cope with the recent uplift in office utilisation. It's a fanta […]
  • 21st Century Working
    Evolution or revolution? The answer is here How on earth did we function in business before the internet, before email, Google and our beloved mobile phones? We now work faster and more efficiently than ever, we don't need to get a group of people in to a room to make a decision, we can conduct most of our conversations by email, we have all the informa […]
  • Hubbub and harmony at work. The Baby Bio of Business Development!
    The watch-phrase of the moment is "Work Hub", every county council wants one, every business centre wants to be one but why and what is one? From a local authority economic development point of view a Work Hub is a nursery where new companies can be nurtured and fed with the business equivalent of Baby Bio ready to plant out in the greater economic […]
  • Quainton Hills Financial Planning - Media IFA of the Year Awards 2011
    The Media IFA of the Year awards ceremony was held in London on 16th February. Quainton Hills Financial Planning was shortlisted in the 'Best Investment IFA' category. The awards look to recognise the contributions of individual IFAs and whole of market mortgage advisers to raise the public image of independent financial advice. The awards were org […]
  • Aylesbury Leads The Way and Feels the Buzz of Recovery!
    Last October The Hot Office's Aylesbury Enterprise Centre was launched just in time to catch the recent resurgence in the economy and the newly revived positive spirit now buzzing throughout the business community. Since the launch, The Hot Office has received over two hundred enquiries for business support and services. Max Campbell, MD of The Hot Offi […]
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  • Hotel General Assistant Job
    Hotel General Assistant Job available with Live in accommodation High Wycombe Buckinghamshire Situated just outside High Wycombe Town Centre near West wycombe. The Clifton Lodge Hotel. is a stunning 1930's 38 bed hotel set in its own large garden near the main A40. The Chiltern countryside is just 5 minutes away,High Wycombe is just 10 minutes away givi […]