In the wake of both BHS and Austin Reed collapsing into administration this week... A growing army of tech startups, regional newspapers, on demand couriers, business directories, shopping apps, influential bloggers and more have joined forces on a shared mission to revive the high street...
From this May, online and local shopping will converge like never before, empowering the bricks and mortar high street to fight back at scale.
The ammunition is simple - products in stock in local shops registered with pockethighstreet.com will be available for 1 hour delivery or click & collect in minutes and discoverable across a wide range of digital publishers.
Research from Hitwise, a division of Connexity, today reveals mobiles as the device of choice for budding UK travellers, with over half (52%) of visits to travel ‘destination’ sites made from a mobile. Once booked, British holiday makers continue to plan their trip via a mobile device, with seven in ten (72%) researching ‘things to [more…]
The nurse approached him, smiling. "The labor is going great," she said. "Wouldn't you like to come in?" "Oh, no." The man shook his head.
The nurse returned to the mother's side, and the labor progressed smoothly. As the birth neared, the nurse returned to the man, now pacing frantically in the ball. "She's doing so well," she assured him. "Would, you like to at least come in and see her?"The man seemed to hesitate slightly, then shook his head again. "No, no, I couldn't do that." He jingled car keys in his sweaty palm and resumed his pacing.
A seven year old boy was at the centre of a courtroom drama yesterday when he challenged a court ruling over who should have custody of him.
The boy has a history of being beaten by his parents and the judge initially awarded custody to his aunt, in keeping with the child custody law and regulations requiring that family unity be maintained to the degree possible.