[Spend Matters UK/Europe] - by Peter Smith on February 2, Now, experience tells us that there are two types of White Paper. There are those that highlight a change of policy and strategy, and have some real implications for the way in which Government actually goes about its
[Spend Matters UK/Europe] - by Peter Smith on February 21, Charles Dominick was either inspired or crazy enough back in to decide to take on the might of the global procurement Institutes – CIPS and ISM in particular – and set up his own procurement education and
[Isle of Wight County Press] - By a County Press reporter From left Gouldings manager Peter Smith, The Gouldings league of friends' Janette Collins, Jean Alder, Betty Holland and Norman Brooking. USERS at the Isle of Wight Council's resource centre, The Gouldings, have received a
[Telegraph.co.uk] - Speaking on behalf of the Roman Catholic church, the Archbishop of Southwark, the Most Rev Peter Smith, said: "Marriage is a fundamental institution and neither the state nor the church has the right to redefine its meaning. "Together with the Church
[Spend Matters UK/Europe] - by Peter Smith on February 20, We've got another newly published Spend Matters Research Paper to tell you about this week – “How to balance internal and external service provision – key decisions for procurement professionals”.
[Yorkshire Evening Post] - By Peter Smith Aussie Brett Delaney has become the latest Leeds Rhinos player to sign a new long-term contract. Delaney, whose previous deal was due to expire this autumn, has agreed fresh terms keeping him at the club until the end of
[Yorkshire Evening Post] - By Peter Smith As he closes in on another career milestone, record-breaking Leeds Rhinos skipper Kevin Sinfield admits he now regards himself more as a stand-off than loose-forward. Friday's Stobart Super League opener at home to Hull KR is set to be
[Yorkshire Evening Post] - By Peter Smith Former Sea Eagle Kylie Leuluai believes it will be anybody's game when Leeds Rhinos face Manly next month. Rhinos will be out to overturn their defeat by the Aussie outfit in the World Club Challenge when the sides meet in a
[Yorkshire Evening Post] - By Peter Smith LEEDS RHINOS are preparing to reap immediate and future benefits from their record-equalling third World Club Challenge triumph. Chief executive Gary Hetherington and his senior staff were today beginning a two-day brainstorming session
[Yorkshire Evening Post] - By Peter Smith Rising Leeds Rhinos star Zak Hardaker could become a world champion in only his 38th senior game of rugby league. Hardaker will play in his third major final when he lines up for Rhinos in tomorrow's Heinz Big Soup World Club Challenge
[Yorkshire Evening Post] - By Peter Smith It could be the same again for Castleford Tigers when they face Catalan Dragons in Perpignan on Saturday. New boss Ian Millward has named an unchanged team for Tigers' opening two Stobart Super League fixtures and is hopeful the same
[Yorkshire Evening Post] - By Peter Smith Regular mid-week matches could be a way of improving the quality of Super League's early rounds. That's the view of Leeds Rhinos coach Brian McDermott, who reckons it is now time for a debate over the competition's early start.
[Yorkshire Evening Post] - By Peter Smith Rejoining Wakefield Trinity Wildcats has been a weight off winger Peter Fox's mind – and his body as well. Fox, who had two years at Wakefield before moving to Hull KR in 2008, is set to make his second home debut on Sunday
[Wigan Today] - Wigan Council leader Lord Peter Smith said: “It's been very tough and needed a lot of hard work to get the project finished. We've now got great facilities right in the heart of Wigan, and the building is for the future, and shows that we are looking
[Spend Matters UK/Europe] - by Peter Smith on February 14, There were calls last week in Scotland for public procurement to favour Scottish firms, as the Jimmy Reid Foundation published “Using Our Buying Power to Benefit Scotland”. I should say that this is a decent report
[Yorkshire Evening Post] - By Peter Smith Skipper Kevin Sinfield got a win on his 400th Leeds Rhinos appearance, but for once he was overshadowed as Kallum Watkins' brilliant second half hat-trick pulled the game from the fire. The Stobart Super League champions trailed
[Yorkshire Evening Post] - By Peter Smith Prop Kyle Amor could be out for up to two months after breaking a hand in Wakefield Trinity Wildcats' opening game of the Stobart Super League season. The former Leeds Rhinos front-rower suffered the injury during the win at Widnes
[Yorkshire Evening Post] - By Peter Smith Maybe rugby league is just unlucky. After one of the mildest autumns/winters on record, the weather gods decided to get angry on Stobart Super League's opening weekend. It's a great credit to everybody concerned – players
[Yorkshire Evening Post] - By Peter Smith Former Leeds Rhinos prospect Dwayne Barker is back in the game after two years “living in the real world”. Leeds-born Barker will be aiming to make up for lost time as captain of new-look Dewsbury Rams this season.
[Yorkshire Evening Post] - By Peter Smith Aussie signing Grant Millington expects to make his Castleford Tigers bow next month. The 25-year-old forward is resigned to missing Cas' Stobart Super League opener at Salford City Reds in eight days' time, but is confident he is
[Yorkshire Evening Post] - By Peter Smith Coach Ian Millward is hopeful that Steve Snitch will be available for Castleford Tigers' home Stobart Super League clash with Bradford Bulls on Sunday. Snitch has not played since damaging a shoulder in the pre-season win over
[Yorkshire Evening Post] - By Peter Smith Coach Barry Eaton confirmed that Welham – who played against Doncaster two weeks ago but who missed last Sunday's Leeds Brewery Lazenby Cup clash with Leeds Rhinos – has a knee problem which will require surgery.
[Wakefield Express] - Pickup will take on Peter Smith, from Darlington, and Clarke will face Zachary Davies, of Hall Green in Birmingham. Both boxers will have a tough test but victory will take the talented young boxers into the National Finals. See this week's Wakefield
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - High-handicapper David Linnett finished two points clear of Peter Smith and Gary Hill in the fifth round of the Winter Series. Despite a dreadful start and a poor end to his round, Linnett was in superb touch for the remaining holes as he fired 41
[Ventnor Blog (blog)] - Peter Smith, the manager at The Gouldings, said “Because our users are not residents, we therefore did not qualify for free digital boxes under the national help scheme. “Small everyday things like TVs are very important to facilities such as The