The London Underground, the world's first ever underground train network, celebrates its 150th birthday today (Wednesday).
Blackpool Pleasure Beach Holdings, the firm who owns the pleasure beach, have said that the appalling weather of the last two summers has taken its toll.
Research carried out by Sheffield Hallam Universityís Sport Industry Research Centre has revealed that hosting the Open Championship last July at Royal Lytham & St Annes brought economic benefits of £65m to Lancashire
The number of new City jobs dropped 35% in 2012 (year ending December 31st) according to Astbury Marsden, a leading financial services recruitment firm.
Economic confidence and business sentiment for the Thames Valley region has strengthened, according to the Q4 2012 BDO Thames Valley Business Barometer released today (Monday), with 30% of businesses stating economic confidence has improved compared to only 18% in Q3.
Huddersfield's most famous hotel has been forced to close its doors after a buyer failed to come forward for the landmark building.
Ireland's Ulster Bank has confirmed that it will close in the region of 20 branches and sub-offices over the coming year.
A study by Cardiff University has revealed that Swansea City's first season in the Premier League has generated £58m for the Welsh economy.
The Mayor of London has announced plans to help hard pressed Londoners by reducing his share of the council tax bill for the second year running. A draft budget released by the Mayor also sets out plans to help boost Londonís economy, fight crime and improve transport services.
A study by coaching programme GrowthAccelerator has revealed that more than half of the Midlandsí fastest growing businesses have predicted expansion by up to 20% during 2013.