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What Happens Once the Small Charities Coalition Closes Its Doors For Good?

10th Jan 2022
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IBM Cloud Suffers Global Scale “Provisioning Issues” One Week Into 2022

10th Jan 2022
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Japan and Europe’s New Submarine Cable Planned to Take Traffic by 2025

10th Jan 2022
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Question Asked: How Safe For Children is the Oculus VR Headset?

10th Jan 2022
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UK Invests £2bn In A Future Combat Air System With Japan

10th Jan 2022

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in CENTRAL GOVERNMENT

Free Public Transport To Reduce Air Pollution?

A motion has been floated by Belfast’s Green Party Councillors to give all young people free public transport to help reduce the city’s air pollution.   A motion has been tabled by Belfast City Council that could see all young people within the city receive free public transport in a move designed to combat rising […]


in Tech

Heads Up: Your Dynamics NAV 2017 Is Being Removed From Mainstream Support

Hopefully you’ll already be aware but if your organisation is using Dynamics NAV 2017 (what was Navision, now widely replace with Business Central) then it’s about to be removed from mainstream support by Microsoft… on the 11th of January this year.   Although Dynamics NAV isn’t available for new customers anymore there are still some […]


in CENTRAL GOVERNMENT, Transport

Rail Commuters Face Long Delays With 25% Staff Shortages… Thanks To COVID

With rising cases of Covid across the UK, passengers are facing more rail disruptions due to high volumes of covid related staff absences. The Rail Delivery Group said almost one in 10 rail workers were off.   There are reduced timetables announced by rail companies ScotRail, CrossCountry and LNER, and passengers have been made aware […]


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