UK property owners are being warned about a rogue Property Management agent, Maria Lazaridou, whose Larnaca-based company gives access to villas and apartments without the owners knowledge and which has even allowed casual 'tenant
With exhaust emissions being targeted by Government, one Farmer in Scotland has found a way to keep the air fresh on his farm!!
A Cyprus property agency is being investigated after an apartment owned by a UK family was occupied without their permission.
Bulgaria's leading cosmetics company has signed a deal to launch in the UK despite Brexit, it has been revealed.
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THE team at Specsavers in Doncaster doffed their caps to Brain Tumour Research by raising vital funds for the charity during Wear A Hat Day on 29 March, 2018.
Knight Frank’s 12,467 sq ft letting to CH4 Gas Utility and Maintenance Services Limited means Bullrush Grove Business Park in Doncaster is now fully let.
A SPECIAL concert by international opera star Lesley Garrett has raised more than £8,000 for leading South Yorkshire dementia charity Lost Chord.
THERE’S one last chance to see Gary Clarke’s award-winning hit contemporary dance drama COAL this spring as the production hailed by the nation’s critics goes on one last UK tour before heading off to new acclaim in Europe.
Vanessa Fox, partner and head of family law at hlw Keeble Hawson, has struck the right chord with attendees at a festive event in Sheffield to support Breast Cancer Care.
Christmas-themed pasta, half of a Curly Wurly, a 6ft inflatable giraffe and a behaviour charter from a class, are just some of the more unusual gifts local teachers claim to have received from their pupils at Christmas.