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Daily football show for your TV station, website or mobile TV service

The third season of the enormously popular daily football news show “Kick Off” is now available to order.

Press invitation to attend London Foreign Investment Expo

Bluewater Events are inviting business, trade and finance journalists to FDI Expo 2008 - an exhibition dedicated to the business of globalisation - on 24-25 June 2008 at Excel London.

100K for a date - Love doesn't know about the credit crunch!

“I have money to burn and I am not planning to stay single. I saw Sarah at the party and I made sure I impress her by giving her the most romantic date” says Evan.

Leading digital entrepreneurs to speak at Being-Digital

mashup* Event - the organisers of the highly successful series of evening discussion and debate evenings in London - announce the final programme, demo companies and speaker participation at the Being-Digital conference on the 10th June at BAFTA in London.

New build properties in central London selling cheap

Who said there aren’t affordable Zone One new build properties for under £286,000?

Presswire buys 'Kick Off', forms Videowire

British media group Presswire has acquired the football TV news show ‘Kick Off’, launching its new multimedia arm, Videowire...

How to balance sex and the city and get hitched!

A recent survey found that 87% of wealthy professional women are looking for 'Mr Big', the successful, intelligent alpha male full of chivalry and the capacity to show a softer side behind closed doors!

Top divorce lawyer backs binding pre-nups

British matrimonial and family lawyer Ayesha Vardag is in favour of English courts applying couples' prenuptial agreements…

Manchester charity achieves milestone for children in care

Ten years ago, a small, local charity in Manchester wanted to explore whether an innovative childcare practice called concurrent planning could be successfully transplanted from America to England.

T-POST: Issue # 35, The Tears of a Clown

Isn't it time we all agreed that no-one really enjoys, nor ever has enjoyed the antics or mere presence of a clown? It's true and research at the University of Sheffield says its official - clowns suck.