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Online Recruitment
Record Number of Jobs Advertised in JanuaryAccording to recruitment software provider, Recruitive, January saw a record nu
Record Number of Jobs Advertised in January
Online Recruitment / Posted yesterday
According to recruitment software provider, Recruitive, January saw a record number of job vacancies advertised via its cloud based multi-posting software. At almost 9% higher than the previous record of October 2014, January’s figures stood at an... Read more
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Online Recruitment
Recruitive to Exhibit at In-house Recruitment ExpoThe two day event is designed specifically for in-house recruiters who are resp
Recruitive to Exhibit at In-house Recruitment Expo
Online Recruitment / Posted 2 days ago
The two day event is designed specifically for in-house recruiters who are responsible for sourcing and recruiting candidates within corporate and SME businesses, and aims to provide them with a national platform for understanding best practises and... Read more
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thebee
Don't Stop Me Now: Fulwood man vows to keep his son-in-law's memory alive"He was the friendliest person you've ever met. Richard was more like a mate to
Don't Stop Me Now: Fulwood man vows to keep his son-in-law's memory alive
thebee / Posted 5 days ago
"He was the friendliest person you've ever met. Richard was more like a mate to me, or a son." A man from Preston's vowed to keep the memory of his son-in-law alive after his tragic death, days before Christmas. Richard Clarke was just 35 years old... Read more
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The Post-Journal
City Man Charged With Conspiracy To Distribute DrugsRichard Clarke, 47, a Canadian citizen living in Buffalo, and 32-year-old Barre
City Man Charged With Conspiracy To Distribute Drugs
The Post-Journal / Posted 14 days ago
Richard Clarke, 47, a Canadian citizen living in Buffalo, and 32-year-old Barrett Johnson, of Jamestown, were charged with by criminal complaint with conspiracy to distribute controlled substances. The charge carries a maximum penalty of 20 years in... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Jamestown Man Charged After Receiving Narcotics In BuffaloRichard Clarke, 47, a Canadian citizen living in Buffalo, and 32-year-old Barre
Jamestown Man Charged After Receiving Narcotics In Buffalo
The Post-Journal / Posted 15 days ago
Richard Clarke, 47, a Canadian citizen living in Buffalo, and 32-year-old Barrett Johnson, of Jamestown, were charged with criminal complaint with conspiracy to distribute controlled substances. The charge carries a maximum penalty of 20 years in... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Nottingham Terrace man, Hertel barber charged with drug traffickingA 10-month, two-country investigation led to the arrests Thursday of a Canadian
Nottingham Terrace man, Hertel barber charged with drug trafficking
The Buffalo News / Posted 15 days ago
A 10-month, two-country investigation led to the arrests Thursday of a Canadian man living on Nottingham Terrace and a Hertel Avenue barber and the seizure of quantities of alleged molly and ecstacy pills and about $13,000 cash in two raids, U.S.... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Q and A: Dillon Boucher lands dream jobPictured is basketball player Dillon Boucher of The Breakers who is taking up a
Q and A: Dillon Boucher lands dream job
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 15 days ago
Pictured is basketball player Dillon Boucher of The Breakers who is taking up an office job with the franchise. 29th January 2016 New Zealand Herald photograph by Doug Sherring. • The Breakers' incoming GM Dillon Boucher was one of the basketball... Read more
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Online Recruitment
Candidate Applications up by 18%Figures from the Staffordshire based company show that the number of job vacanc
Candidate Applications up by 18%
Online Recruitment / Posted 23 days ago
Figures from the Staffordshire based company show that the number of job vacancies, advertised via its software, increased by 23% in 2015 compared to the previous year. Managing Director at Recruitive, Richard Clarke comments: “The increase suggests... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Niall Anderson: Favourite sons set to rule courtThe Breakers’ succession plan is likely to work out well for the reigning NBL c
Niall Anderson: Favourite sons set to rule court
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 25 days ago
The Breakers’ succession plan is likely to work out well for the reigning NBL champions, explains Niall Anderson. Paul Henare is the best New Zealand has to offer, having cut his coaching teeth with the NBL-winning Southland Sharks. Photo / Getty... Read more
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Christian Today
Church of Ireland challenged by report on homosexualityMembers of the Anglican Church of Ireland are being asked to consider whether t
Church of Ireland challenged by report on homosexuality
Christian Today / Posted 25 days ago
Members of the Anglican Church of Ireland are being asked to consider whether the Church should change its mind on homosexuality as it has in the past on women, slavery, contraception and the remarriage of divorcees. A new Church of Ireland report,... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
New coach, CEO for BreakersBreakers assistant coach Paul Henare (L) will replace head coach Dean Vickerman
New coach, CEO for Breakers
Otago Daily Times / Posted 26 days ago
Breakers assistant coach Paul Henare (L) will replace head coach Dean Vickerman (R). Photo: NZ Herald Vickerman has coached the Breakers for the past three years, including the current season, after taking over from Andrej Lemanis in 2013. Fellow... Read more
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SportsFan
Henare to coach NBL BreakersTall Blacks coach Paul Henare will coach the New Zealand Breakers next NBL seas
Henare to coach NBL Breakers
SportsFan / Posted 26 days ago
Tall Blacks coach Paul Henare will coach the New Zealand Breakers next NBL season, while former teammate Dillon Boucher has been named general mananger of the reigning champions. Assistant coach Henare will step up from his current role to replace... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Breakers announce new coach and CEOBreakers assistant coach Paul Henare, left, will replace head coach Dean Vicker
Breakers announce new coach and CEO
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 26 days ago
Breakers assistant coach Paul Henare, left, will replace head coach Dean Vickerman. Photo / Jason Oxenham Former player Paul Henare has been named as the New Zealand Breakers head coach for the 2016-17 season, replacing current coach Dean... Read more
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NZCity
Breakers to announce 'significant' moveThe New Zealand Breakers are preparing to make "a significant announcement", am
Breakers to announce 'significant' move
NZCity / Posted 26 days ago
The New Zealand Breakers are preparing to make "a significant announcement", amid speculation that chief executive Richard Clarke is leaving at the end of the season. The Australian NBL champions have called a news conference for Tuesday and are... Read more
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Christian Today
Archbishop of Armagh defends Primates' action against the US Episcopal ChurchThe Primates at the 2016 meeting at Canterbury Cathedral The head of the Angli
Archbishop of Armagh defends Primates' action against the US Episcopal Church
Christian Today / Posted 26 days ago
The Primates at the 2016 meeting at Canterbury Cathedral The head of the Anglican Church of Ireland has defended the decision by the Primates of the worldwide Anglican Communion to take action against the US Episcopal Church over... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Breakers CEO set to departBreakers CEO Richard Clarke. Photo / www.photosport.nz Long-time New Zealand B
Breakers CEO set to depart
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 26 days ago
Breakers CEO Richard Clarke. Photo / www.photosport.nz Long-time New Zealand Breakers CEO Richard Clarke is set to be leaving the franchise at the end of the ANBL season. The Breakers are holding a press conference at midday tomorrow to reveal a... Read more

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