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Tips To Help Recruitment Agencies Sell More In The Building Supplies Industry 

25 Apr

Job Interviews For Construction Supplies With numerous posts that require job interviews, your sales information is the foundation of any type of Structure Company.


Tips Recruitment Companies Should Take Into Consideration When Purchasing Building Products 

25 Apr

The Successful Job Interns’ Task Of Procuring Building Materials For any recruitment agency, this is the uphill struggle to select the building and construction product when they are most...


Job Interviews And Marketing Essentials for Building Materials Suppliers 

25 Apr

The Job Interview Process In The Construction Industry The global structure products industry is buoyant right now.


Help save Hackney’s bus services 

3 Apr

In my March parliamentary report I spoke on the proposed curtailment of several bus services to central Hackney, including the 277.


Process On How One Applicant Used Task Application For A Job Interview 

20 Mar

Making use of all 3 of these items of info – task advert, work summary as well as employing supervisor bio – I produced an SQE concern sheet.


Ways To A Total Success In An Interview 

20 Mar

You must have simply regarding all the details you require to finish a task application if you have a Curriculum Vitae.


Why marketing is essential for every business to be a success 

7 Feb

The advertising and marketing market uses a varied variety of fascinating chances for specialists in the field to select from.


Renters can breathe easier 

25 Jan

Around 30% of all homes in Hackney are privately rented and Labour MP Karen Buck’s Bill requires landlords and agents to ensure rental properties are fit for human habitation.


The new company auditing procedure 

24 Jan

After examinations are done, the outcome exists through a comprehensive report then offered to the customer for their additional usage.


International tax and multi service review by Hackney Conservatives 

24 Jan

This treatment is an excellent method to assist customers who dealt with a deceitful service.


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HMOs, Leaseholders & Estate Agents at Magistrates Courts 

21 Jul

I’ve been busy advising landlords on HMO liability over the past month.


Petition To Save Hospital Taxi Rank From Being Given Over To Private Hire Company 

20 Jul

Fellow taxi drivers...


Guildford’s ‘longest serving taxi driver’ distraught after council revokes licence for taking part in protest 

20 Jul

Guildford 's "longest serving" taxi driver, who helped transport terrified people away from the wreckage of the Guildford bomb attack , is to have his licence revoked after taking part in a protest over lower fares.


UP COMING GARDENING SESSIONS  

14 Jul

Saturday 14th July Saturday 28th July Saturday 11th August Saturday 25th August Saturday 8th September Saturday 22nd September From 12 to 4 pm.


Brighton And Hove Taxi Reps To Meet With Lewes DC Over Uber Advising Drivers To Use Easy Option In Lewes…by Andrew Peters 

14 Jul

I have another meeting with Lewes DC next week along with Sean Ridley of Unite and George Beresforth ..


Exclusive : Sean Paul Day’s Complaint to Judicial Conducts Investigation Office 

13 Jul

Below is Sean Paul Day's letter of complaint to the Judical Conducts Office.


Another Open Letter To TFL’s Mike Brown, Plus On LTR, A Star Is Borne. 

9 Jul

To be honest, I shouldn't have to write these letters to Mike 'on side' Brown.


Leader – Hack to the future: the next ten years 

4 Jul

As the Hackney Citizen celebrates its first decade, we have devoted space in our July print issue to recalling key moments of the last 10 years, but more important still is looking forward.


A Conservative Intellectual and Brexit 

3 Jul

Jesse Norman is talked by some as a future leader of the Conservative Party.


A Conservative Intellectual and Brexit 

3 Jul

Jesse Norman is talked by some as a future leader of the Conservative Party.


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Arts & culture »

Things Seen, Heard 

12 Jul

It’s been too hot to take writing seriously and I’ve been busy working on a piece of my own music for a change.


Memory, Forgetting 

26 Jun

When I wrote about that new recording of John Cage’s Two², I tried to link to my recent review of some of Cage’s other piano music on Another Timbre.


A Portrait of Frank Denyer 

21 Jun

An all-too-rare chance last weekend to hear live music by Frank Denyer, an English composer treated like a guilty secret in his home country.


John Cage: Two² 

15 Jun

Great art takes time and, as Cage observed in his Lecture on Something, art should not be something that comes from within, but that goes within.


June Spotlight: Windrush 

13 Jun

To celebrate 70 years since the arrival of the Windrush, which has come to symbolise a generation of Caribbean immigrants to the UK, we have chosen a selection of books that engages with what it means to be black and British, and of Caribbean ...


Unfocused Notes on Obscurity 

11 Jun

Dieter Schnebel died a couple of weeks ago.


Recommended: Mixed-Race Superman by Will Harris 

2 Jun

The debut title from Hackney's Peninsula Press and it's a total knockout.


Recommended: The Water Cure by Sophie Mackintosh 

2 Jun

Voiced by three sisters, Grace, Sky, and Lia, from the isolated island home they share with their mother and tyrannical father, King, The Water Cure is a radical and complex exploration of sisterly bonds, the various threats of patriarchy, and the...


Difficult Music 

30 May

Last Saturday night I was out at Iklectic, listening to a live set by Marie-Cécile Reber and Christoph Schiller.


Insub Meta Orchestra: Choices & Melodies 

25 May

Right at the end of last year I wrote about a CD of two pieces by the Insub Meta Orchestra; a fine disc that showed what can be done when a simple but smart rule is applied to a large group of musicians to interpret simultaneously.


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Red Arrows flying over East London on Saturday 

20 Jul

Look to the skies, for the red, white and blue of the Red Arrows will be gracing the skies of East London on Saturday (21st July 2018).


mariell lind hansen | benk + Bo 

20 Jul

Moving to London from Norway in 2009 to start a career as a freelance architecture and interiors photographer, this LNDER is now one half of café-bakery, yoga studio and shared workspace Benk + Bo.


London’s weekly railway news 

20 Jul

A weekly round-up of London’s rail transport news… Photos – The railway tunnels underneath Smithfield Meat Market London Underground Woman banned from Brixton Tube station after punching member of staff in the face Croydon Advertiser Central ...


reference23: Strouts Place E2, I like to sit here with a tin of… 

19 Jul

reference23 : Strouts Place E2,  I like to sit here with a tin of Fosters and watch the world go by, sometimes the girls from Ye olde Axe will come and have a cigarette or two.


#JULIASAYS 

19 Jul

Seems like there’s something to do every night of the week and indeed there is! You inventive lot are always making me want to go out and about, and witness first hand these fantastic events! This week it’s Gender Fvcker: Grand Finale! on Friday ...


QX meets…Ryan Lanji 

18 Jul

We meet the curator of Hungama, London’s kaleidoscopic queer Asian club night Ryan Lanji arrived in London from Canada with a dollar and a dream (and some great shoes) and now he’s one of the most recognizable figures on East London’s ...


Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls 

18 Jul

Inspired by best-selling book,  Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls , we’ve been giving children the chance to write their own story about a woman or girl they admire.


Alexander Parkes and Parkesine 

18 Jul

First plastic in the world, known as 'parkesine', invented byAlexander Parkes.


What’s in the bags this week – 18 July 

17 Jul

Here are the details of this week’s box scheme fruit and veg bags.


a new yayoi kusama exhibition is coming to london 

17 Jul

Remember the massive queues to get inside that mirror room at the Victoria Miro gallery in 2016? Well prepare to be standing in one again this autumn because Yayoi Kusama is returning to the gallery with another major exhibition.


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mariell lind hansen | benk + Bo 

20 Jul

Moving to London from Norway in 2009 to start a career as a freelance architecture and interiors photographer, this LNDER is now one half of café-bakery, yoga studio and shared workspace Benk + Bo.


Africa Utopia festival kicks off at Southbank Centre 

18 Jul

Africa Utopia.


‘Unsung heroes’: New exhibition shines spotlight on council staff 

18 Jul

Stars: Street cleaner Gary Ephriam and librarian Catherine De-Abaitua.


a new yayoi kusama exhibition is coming to london 

17 Jul

Remember the massive queues to get inside that mirror room at the Victoria Miro gallery in 2016? Well prepare to be standing in one again this autumn because Yayoi Kusama is returning to the gallery with another major exhibition.


the swingers open 2018 

17 Jul

It’s time to channel your inner Rory McIlroy because The Swingers Open has returned for 2018.


get creative at bombay sapphire’s canvas 

16 Jul

Get creative over in Shoreditch with Bombay Sapphire as they launch CANVAS, a living work of art.


uk’s largest board game cafe to open in shoreditch 

16 Jul

With Draughts in Haggerston, there’s already one board game cafe in East London, but another one is on the way and this one is set to be the biggest in the whole country.


Julia Burbach on The Rape of Lucretia 

16 Jul

Following her acclaimed Grimeborn productions of Madama Butterfly and Tosca , director Julia Burbach  now prepares to turn the lens of Benjamin Britten ‘s  The Rape of Lucretia on the representation of women from ancient myths to the #MeToo ...


the east london hotel to open 

13 Jul

The East London Hotel – not the most inventive name but very much doing what it says on the tin – is opening in Bethnal Green this autumn.


THE PLAGUE and NEW NIGERIANS return to Arcola 

10 Jul

Arcola Theatre today announces seven new shows, playing from August to November 2018.


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Schools »

EYFS graduation ceremonies 

20 Jul

Dear Parents and Carers, Today our Early Years children (Cygnets, Swans and Doves) celebrated their end of year graduation with their friends, families and teachers.


Summer Reading Challenge: Prizes to be Won! 

20 Jul

Books and summer holidays go together like chocolate flakes and ice cream, and we know that staff and students are looking forward to the extra time to read for pleasure.


Musical Showcase – Morningside’s Got Talent 

19 Jul

Well done to all of our pupils who took part in our Musical Showcase on Wednesday.


Summer Fun Day 

19 Jul

Thank you to all of our parents who came along to our Summer Fun Day last Friday.


Year 6 Graduation 

19 Jul

Smiles and Cheers as our SUPER proud families enjoyed they year 6 Graduation – each and everyone of them is a STAR and we wish them all the best.


Progress Prize Celebration 

19 Jul

Our last assembly of the term was our annual progress prize celebration.


Patrol Crossing Officer 

19 Jul

Introducing our dedicated Patrol Crossing Officer at Grazebrook to keep us safe on our journey to and from school.


The Great Island Race 

19 Jul

Behind the scenes with our fabulous year 6 children gearing up for the super Year 6 performance of The Great Island Race! – What a fabulous performance...


Say No To Knives Awareness Evening 

19 Jul

At the end of last year a group of our children pitched and won funding from the Mayor’s Fund to run a campaign called ‘Say No To Knives’.


Nursery Graduation 

19 Jul

At our Nursery Graduation we celebrated all of the learning and achievements from throughout the year! Well done to our FABULOUS Nursery children and thank you to all the staff and families.


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