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The picture of the week – Good on you ladies!

Whilst it seems the whole country is focused on division and break-ups, we’ve chosen this image of Vivian Boyack (91) and Alice ‘Nonie’ Dubes (90) as our picture of the week. On Monday this wonderful pair finally tied the knot after being together for 72 years, making them, we think, the oldest same sex married +

Posted on September 12, 2014 by

Will the Scottish independence referendum affect Yorkshire’s future devolution?

Next Thursday (18th), the Scottish independence referendum will decide if there is any future in the 300-year-old union that has existed between England and Scotland. Inevitably here in the Yorkshire and Humber, this will reignite the debate over the need for greater devolution in the region and, even in some corners, whether we too could +

Posted on September 12, 2014 by

What Twitter’s new ‘Buy’ button means for brands

This week, Twitter announced via its blog the test launch of a new ‘Buy’ button that will allow users to make quick purchases direct from tweets.  The test will start over the next few weeks with a group of artists, brands and charities retailing on Twitter, including RED, Paramore, Pharrell and Burberry (well worth following +

Posted on September 11, 2014 by

Image of the week – Dreadnoughtus schrani

As a bit of a Jurassic Park fanatic I was interested to hear about the discovery of the remains of the largest mammal on earth, the Dreadnoughtus schrani. Fossil hunters in Patagonia, South America, unearthed a unique haul of bones representing almost a complete skeleton of a plant-eating titanosaur that lived billions of years ago. +

Posted on September 5, 2014 by

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12:31 PM — 16 Sep 14

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11:24 AM — 16 Sep 14

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