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2018 set to be a year of opportunity for the M16 property market..

As one year ends and another begins, we thought we’d take a look at what’s happened in the M16 market over the last 12 months, and what a year it has been. It’s true that something of a ‘cold front’ has been moving across most of the country, but the strong fundamentals which underpin the […]

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Christmas cacti, the gift that keeps on giving..

They are old-school and often overlooked, but these lovely Brazilian plants will do really well in your living-room. As we slide into December, garden centres and supermarkets everywhere are cramming their shelves with Christmas houseplants. Yet from poinsettias to potted Christmas trees, many of these festive favourites can be extremely hard to keep alive in the conditions […]

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A bigger slice of the pie: Just Eat enters FTSE 100, with £5.5bn valuation..

Online takeaway company flourishes on the back of UK consumers’ love for having pizzas, curries and kebabs delivered to their door  Just Eat is a mobile food business with no products and no outlets that is now more highly valued than Sainsbury’s. Just Eat, the online takeaway company, was on Wednesday night officially promoted into […]

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Apple apologises and fixes security flaw..

Apple has pushed out an update to fix a major security hole in its Mac operating system, admitting it “stumbled” with its latest software. The flaw, revealed on Tuesday, made it possible to access a Mac without a password, and also have access to powerful administrator rights. The latest version of MacOS will automatically download the […]

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Citizens Advice warns about subscription contracts..

Many consumers still struggle to get out of unwanted subscriptions such as gym memberships and online streaming services, according to Citizens Advice. Analysis of almost 600 problems reported to the service found that in just three months consumers paid an average of £160 on unwanted services. Sometimes, consumers misunderstood terms and conditions, while some companies […]

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Lloyds chairman urged PM to back HBOS rescue deal..

The former Lloyds chairman made an urgent call to the Prime Minister at the height of the financial crisis to save the bank’s deal to buy HBOS. Sir Victor Blank said he called Gordon Brown to warn that the banking sector was at risk if the deal failed. Some 5,500 Lloyds shareholders are suing the […]

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Loan sharks ‘hang around the school gates’..

Loan sharks have stood at school gates handing out cards to children as they leave, suggesting mums call them if they need new trainers. Illegal money lenders have also stationed themselves outside food banks, in casinos, or outside post offices to wait for pensioners. The reports come in a new review by the Financial Conduct […]

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Meet the Chorlton Golf Club Professional..

We’ve teamed up with local Golf Club Chorlton-Cum-Hardy and their PGA professional Dave Mackinnon.

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U14’s Broughton Park Rugby Team..

Proud to be supporting this fantastic Rugby club here in #Chorlton and the U14’s team showing off the new kit.  Good Luck lads.

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A sign of success here in Whalley Range..