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Date: 27 Apr 2016

Fathers ‘earning more’ than childless men

Fathers are likely to be paid much more than their counterparts who do not have children.

Date: 26 Apr 2016

Schools IT competition celebrates upcoming Olympics

Misbourne Matins Rotary Club celebrated another successful junior poster competition showcasing pupils' IT skills.

Date: 19 Apr 2016

Property asking prices hit record high

Vendors are now typically demanding a record £307,033 for homes in England and Wales.

Date: 15 Apr 2016

‘Climate of uncertainty’ for housing market

House price growth may well curtail in the lead up to the UK's European Union referendum.

Date: 14 Apr 2016

Next generation of family business leaders ‘face challenges’

Next generation of family business leaders are ambitious and confident, but still worry about some of the challenges ahead.

Date: 13 Apr 2016

‘Weaker interest’ among buy-to-let investors

The recent hike in stamp duty for buy-to-let investors already appears to be taking its toll on the market, research indicates.

Date: 12 Apr 2016

Pension reforms ‘have boosted confidence’

The pension reforms are helping a third of this year's retirees feel more confident about their future.

Date: 08 Apr 2016

April employment law updates

Kathryn Fielder looks at what is happening in April 2016 and what you need to do.

Date: 07 Apr 2016

‘Very few’ fathers sharing parental leave

The vast majority of fathers are not taking up the opportunity to share parental leave, a new survey suggests.

Date: 04 Apr 2016

Growth of independent shops slows

The rise of out-of-town retail parks has helped deal a blow to the growth of independent high street stores.

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