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Technology company that survived the dot-com crisis could be beginning to ...
Back in the heyday of technology stocks in the year 2000, there were a number of extraordinary stock market darlings that returned some investors many times their capital before capitulation, and in many cases, outright failure.
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Cable 'disappointed' as Farepak case collapses
... for the watchdog commented: �The Insolvency Service, acting on behalf of the secretary of state for business, innovation and skills and on advice of counsel, will discontinue the proceedings against the directors of Farepak and European Home Retail ...
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Kew Gardens welcomes unique David Nash exhibit
A rather unusual exhibition of gigantic and quirky wood sculptures will garnish Kew Gardens over the summer as sculpture maker David Nash turns the botanic gardens into his own studio, Ingvild Vetrhus writes.
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Right-wing Christian TV channel broadcasting from Surbiton home
A right-wing Christian TV channel that claims to speak �the word of God� is using the basement of a Surbiton home as a temporary broadcast studio.
Travellers leave Wallington site
They then went straight to Roundshaw Park where they were visited by Police and Council officers and given a notice to quit. The travellers were left on Friday, June 1 and the Council said there are no longer any illegally parked travellers in the borough.
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Head of Lambeth library service leaves
The head of Lambeth's library service has left his position just two weeks before the results of a much anticipated public consultation are published.
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Heritage: The last time Wimbledon celebrated a Diamond Jubilee
Commemorative mug and medal from Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. Both can be seen at the Museum of Wimbledon, 22 Ridgway. Commemorative mug and medal from Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee.
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Thames Ditton man's Roman coin haul to be auctioned
The late Kenneth Edwin Day, from Thames Ditton, was a leading figure in the Kingston Numismatic Society and keen Roman coin collector.
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Schoolboy entrepreneur makes �500000
A severely dyslexic A-Level student has launched 10 companies around the globe which he claims have generated more than �500,000 over the past four years.
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Twickenham Academy celebrates topping out and Ofsted report
As the �20m construction of Twickenham Academy reaches it s highest point, the school celebrate with a topping out ceremony - with further reason to celebrate having received a glowing Ofsted report.
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