Features & Lifestyle

LETTER: Chester South and Eddisbury seat hard to call

LETTER: Chester South and Eddisbury seat hard to call

Dear Editor,
As we head towards the second half of 2024, there are a variety of scenarios for the domestic political scene.

A general election has to take place before January 2025.

May 17, 2024
Innovative teaching tools: Why schools should embrace new learning methods

Innovative teaching tools: Why schools should embrace new learning methods

As education evolves, adapting to new teaching tools becomes critical for schools.

These advancements not only enhance student engagement but also better prepare them for future challenges.

May 16, 2024
FEATURE: Ways to ensure the website you’re visiting is safe

FEATURE: Ways to ensure the website you’re visiting is safe

The internet, with its vast array of information and services, also harbours numerous cybersecurity threats.

From data breaches and malware to online scams and identity theft, the risks are real.

May 15, 2024
LETTER: Faux outrage over Nantwich carparks

LETTER: Faux outrage over Nantwich carparks

Dear Editor,
It was with utter disbelief that I read your article (15th May) covering Nantwich Town councillors ‘blasting of plans’ to remove the cash payment option on local carparks.

This policy was put in place by the Labour and Independent administration running Cheshire East.

May 15, 2024
Compelling stories: SEO and digital marketing in content creation

Compelling stories: SEO and digital marketing in content creation

In the ever-evolving world of digital marketing, effective storytelling has remained a consistent cornerstone of successful campaigns.

One of the most crucial components of effective storytelling in this domain is the use of SEO, or Search Engine Optimization.

May 14, 2024
Simple tips to create a serene home this spring

Simple tips to create a serene home this spring

As spring unfolds and nature bursts with fresh energy, perhaps your home also craves a touch of renewal.

Does your living space feel a little cramped, cluttered, or simply lacking in inspiration? You’re not alone!

May 11, 2024
Power of Rewards: Boosting engagement in everyday entertainment

Power of Rewards: Boosting engagement in everyday entertainment

The realm of entertainment is constantly evolving, striving to capture our attention and keep us immersed.

While captivating narratives and impressive visuals remain essential, a more subtle force is also at work: the power of rewards and incentives.

May 11, 2024
FEATURE: How to beat workday fatigue

FEATURE: How to beat workday fatigue

It’s normal to feel tired or sluggish during the workday, especially after lunch or mid-afternoon.

Workday fatigue can sap your productivity and make you feel restless or irritable.

May 8, 2024
Is now the time for Nantwich homeowners to get on the market?

Is now the time for Nantwich homeowners to get on the market?

There’s been a fair bit of angst around the UK housing market for some time.

People took advantage of soaring prices a couple of years ago. Inevitably, that cooled down.

May 6, 2024
LETTER: Risha Sunak “dismissing” what voters are telling him

LETTER: Risha Sunak “dismissing” what voters are telling him

Dear Editor,
Despite his nationwide string of defeats in last Thursday’s elections, Rishi Sunak says he’s confident that voters will “stick with” the Conservative Party at the next election.

That would be a novelty, given that even his own party members did not stick with him – when he went head to head with Liz Truss to be Tory leader, they voted for her instead of him, and as the loser he only got to take her place after she crashed the economy.

May 6, 2024
Why consumers prefer the digital world over the real world

Why consumers prefer the digital world over the real world

It took time for the digital world to get a foothold.

In the early days of the web, many people suspected that the internet would be a fad — or, at least, few thought that it would have such a bright future.

May 5, 2024
LETTER: Exposing Cheshire East’s financial “Elephant in the Room”

LETTER: Exposing Cheshire East’s financial “Elephant in the Room”

Dear Editor,
In 2019, Children’s Services had a £1.6 million surplus.

However, the Labour-Independent administration has since accrued Special Needs debts of £90 million, which if not addressed will rise to £1.2billion by 2031.

May 4, 2024
Worker health and wellness: Promoting balance in industrial environments

Worker health and wellness: Promoting balance in industrial environments

When you’re the owner of a manufacturing or construction company, you might be worried about how you’re going to keep your workers safe and well in this traditionally dangerous environment.

May 2, 2024