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Business Link launches Guide to doing business in tough times
    06/03/2009
Business Link South East has launched a useful booklet "Guide to doing business in tough times". [more details]

Egham Crossings - epetition response
    27/02/2009

No 10 has responded to the petition "We the undersigned petition the Prime Minister to ensure that the AirTrack scheme has minimal negative impact on Egham."

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Say NO to 0870 - http://www.saynoto0870.com
    27/02/2009

Fed up of paying twice for your phone calls!  You got a special deal for free landline calls - and then all the important calls to your suppleirs use non-georgaphical numbers.  The site lists many well known companies, and their equivalent geographical numbers for 0800, 0808, 0844, 0845, 0870 and 0871.

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What will happen in 2009?
    30/12/2008
What will happen in 2009?

We asked one of the country's top futurists, Dr Patrick Dixon, to take a look at the year to come, and answer five questions on what should be in store for us?

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Why Love Is Not Enough
    26/11/2008

Christmas time is a time when many relationships are stretched to breaking.  This article might be a good reminder to consider what is important in your personal relationship.

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8 Tips For Working From Home
    14/11/2008
8 Tips For Working From Home

So, you quit your job and now you want to start working from home on the computer... But where do you start?

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2500 homes to be built on Longcross site
    08/09/2008
On top of plans for an energy waste plant and a development at Virginia Water train station, Developer Crest Nicholson wants to build the homes in Longcross and a business park on the former MOD site in Chobham Lane. Crest Nicholson had outline permission from RBC to develop the former MOD site near Virginia Water.  Local residents are concerned that Crest Nicholson aim to close Burma Road and the footpath linking Virginia Water to Longcross Station and Chobham Common. [more details]