KOR News - 6 May 2020
The nation’s news organisations are seeing record numbers of online readers, so it’s reasonable to say that more people are consuming local and national news than ever before. But what happens if, despite everyone’s best efforts, mistakes get through?
If there is one thing we have all learnt over the past couple of weeks it is that, digitally at least, it is possible to be much closer to people than we maybe ever imagined.
7 April 2020
These are chaotic, life-changing times and millions of us are relying heavily on a daily, maybe even hourly, dose of trusted news and information to provide clarity and guidance.
30 March 2020
Clinton Devon Estates has strengthened its senior management team with the appointment of Ben Rudkin as Chief of Staff and Sam Briant-Evans as Farms Manager of the Clinton Devon Farms Partnership.
30 March 2020
Once staff have settled into working from home, many business owners and managers will be turning their attention to exactly how they’re going to conduct “business as usual”.
17 March 2020
Work on the new Ada Lovelace Building at Exeter Science Park has begun – 20,000 square foot speculative office and laboratory space.
20 February 2020
The Cavanna Group has announced three new appointments to its Board of Directors, completing a ten year succession plan for the family business which was established in 1923 in Torquay.
3 February 2020
The signing of contracts to build two new hotels in Paignton marks the latest stage in the Fragrance Group’s multi-million-pound investment in Torbay. The contracts, signed with Midas Construction, are to develop the sites of the former Park Hotel and Lighthouse club.
22 January 2020
Lord Clinton has unveiled a plaque to mark 100 years since the formation of the Forestry Commission, in the same North Devon woodland his great grandfather planted the first Forestry Commission tree in 1919.
11 December 2019