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  • Do you have a business idea? If so, you better read this

    By adam_leone at 14:22 on 09/04/13
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    Wannabe Alan Sugar's living in Richmond are being reminded of a business competition worth ten thousand pounds.  Richmond's Den is a joint venture between the council and a number of commercial sponsors. To enter you need to write a 500 word business idea. Runners-up will be shortlisted and will have to make pitch in front top industry judges for a chance to win a cash injection. Cllr Pamela Fleming, Richmond Council Cabinet...
  • Surrey County Elections: Molesey and Esher

    By adam_leone at 12:42 on 09/04/13
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    81 candidates will put against eachother in May in the Surrey County Council elections. East Molesey and Esher Conservative - Steve Bax Official Monster Raving Loony Part - "Chinners" UKIP - Greg Trevor Marshall Lib Dem - Paul Terence Nagle Esher and Molesey Residents Associations - Stuart John Selleck Labour - Irene Threlkeld West Molesey UKIP - Steve Geoffrey Clements Official Monster Raving Looney Party -...
  • Fabulous Women networking event for Business Women

    By adam_leone at 11:34 on 02/04/13
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    Networking event for Business Women  Non-profit organisation, Fabulous Women have been holding a business networking event in Hampton Wick today.  The Mayor of Kingston, Councillor Mary Heathcote OBE was the guest speaker. Men were also welcome. The aim was to inspire, motivate and inform women in life and business. There will be a mix of informal mingling and formal 'round table' networking including a round of 60 second...
  • Bin collections changed over Easter 2013

    By adam_leone at 16:24 on 28/03/13
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    Following the Easter Bank Holidays on Friday 29 March and Monday 2 April, Richmond Council will carry out waste and recycling collections for domestic properties one day later than usual. For example Friday collections will take place on Saturday and the Monday on Tuesday. There will however be no change to the normal collection day for commercial properties. Normal service will resume a week later on Monday 8 April. Residents are...
  • 15% of Richmond residents classed as obese!

    By adam_leone at 12:11 on 25/03/13
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    It turns out that 15% of people living in Richmond are obese.  To combat this problem, a free specialist clinic is being set up, for people who want to shed a few pounds. The Richmond Weight Medics Clinic, which is a member of the Obesity Management Association (OMA), is inviting local GPs to refer obese patients for the treatment. OMA, whose recent launch of the 'My Weight, My Future' campaign garnered widespread media...

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