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News Blog page for JJ Communications, where we will post regular news updates, snippets that interest us, and information about events.
By Web Manager on 11 December 2014 22:52

According to The Telegraph newspaper, Luke Cameron, could have Britain’s nicest job.

Why? Is it because the 25-year-old  gets to do what he wants, when he wants, owns a top spec sports car, lives in a penthouse pad, and gets paid loads of money for the privilege?
By Web Manager on 01 December 2014 11:16

The Daily Express newspaper will be the media partner for this year's Life After Stroke Awards (LASA).

By Web Manager on 28 November 2014 11:05

Newcastle United legend Alan Shearer was the guest of honour at a sporting dinner in aid of the Stroke Association, earlier this month.

By Web Manager on 10 November 2014 16:59

Stroke survivors in Sunderland have once again taken up their artists materials to prove there's life after stroke.

By Web Manager on 06 November 2014 21:30

Contentious plans to build a £1.5bn potash mine in a national park in North Yorkshire have won public support.

By Web Manager on 05 November 2014 21:36
I see that a former ‘Dragon’ is to become the next Chancellor of my old university.
By Web Manager on 03 November 2014 09:00

WORKPLACE stress could cost the UK economy billions of pounds, as companies are encouraged to put strategies in place to help employees deal with the stress of having to work longer.

By Web Manager on 01 November 2014 09:00

POTENTIAL chief executives go through fewer employment checks than graduates applying for a position with their companies, according to a report by global due diligence company HireRight Ltd.

By Web Manager on 31 October 2014 16:03
Just wanted to share with you the link to the e-book that’s been created from all the #StrokeArt2014 entries via the World Stroke Congress. Go to http://ebooks.meetingxpert.net/wso/#/0 to view it, and be amazed at the determination of many stroke survivors who prove that there is life after stroke. 

There is such a great contribution from the Stroke Association – 75 artists in total – more than all of the other nations combined!

Also a YouTube video to accompany it: https://www.youtube.com/embed/d-qkhcCyCz0

All artists will receive a certificate for participating. Th Association is sharing this through its social media channels.

By Web Manager on 31 October 2014 15:44

NEW remuneration rules, concerning the pay rewards of top executives, have led to more restraint in the level of bonuses being paid in the boardrooms of Britain.