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Bakery hit with second fine for failure to label products correctly

A Mansfield bakery owner has been fined £1,240 for food offences and failing to label products to protect customers after being fined £162 for...

Women-owned businesses contribute staggering £105bn to UK economy

Women are increasingly becoming the job creators and growth drivers in the UK, according to new research from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB). A...

Master’s and PhD students from Kazakhstan encouraged to study at Loughborough

The University's Vice-Chancellor, Professor Robert Allison, has signed an agreement that will enable high-performing students from Kazakhstan to study at Loughborough University. The International Office...

Mansfield bakery receives £1,240 fine for second food label offence

Mansfield bakery owner has received £1,240 for failing to label products to protect customers with allergies and other food offences after being fined £162...

£14 million lost to goods hijacking in three months – Leicestershire...

Companies lost an estimated £14 million as a result of cargo theft on UK roads between April and June, according to new research from BSI...

Investment will help Leicestershire economy thrive, says Midlands Engine chairman

Sir John Peace, Chair of the Midlands Engine, revealed how investment opportunities will support the Leicestershire economy to thrive at the Leicester: Space for...

Countdown to Brexit: Stuart Ross, Managing Director of Nottingham based Hallam...

With the countdown to Brexit quickly ticking away, Business Link Magazine invites a select number of the region’s business leaders to offer their thoughts. Here, Stuart Ross,...

Nottinghamshire records 24-fold increase in fake tobacco seizures

Nottinghamshire Trading Standards Officers have seized over £1.24m worth of illicit tobacco products so far this year – a 24-fold increase on the same...

Livestock farmer pioneers electricity storage battery scheme

A Daventry farm has become one of the first businesses in the UK to trial an innovative battery system which would enable electricity from...

High street of horrors as October sales tank for second year...

Successive years of falling sales mean October is at risk of becoming a bogey-month for retailers, figures from accountancy and business advisory firm BDO...

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