Issue : 21 September 2018
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World Mental Health Day: 3 actions you can takeSubscription
The issue of suicide has been in the spotlight over recent weeks, following World Suicide Prevention Day on 10 September through to World Mental Health Day, which is taking place today.
A growth in the value of cards has led to increased criminal activity, but CSCS is fighting back.
Morgan Sindall battles sizzling site for Leicester revampVideoSubscription
The contractor has navigated Roman ruins and shifted its approach to cope with soaring temperatures as it overhauls a long-neglected part of the city.
The housing secretary’s recent announcement of a £1bn Housing Delivery Fund to develop homes for rent or sale is a welcome move that will help SMEs overcome a common barrier to their growth.
A look at the numbers behind Kier’s pre-tax downgrade for its previous accounts as well as big penalties for Costain and Galliford Try.
The Defence Infrastructure Organisation is inviting companies to bid for a £2.9bn facilities management contract that will replace the one previously held by CarillionAmey.
Only two out of 205 private residential blocks containing combustible ACM cladding have had it completely removed since the Grenfell fire last June, government figures have revealed.
The first half of 2018 was split into two contrasting quarters.
In spring next year, Leeds’ new district heating network is expected to come online.
Insiders on the new £850m Tottenham Hotspur stadium suggest the development is ‘set to finish in January’ as pace on the job and workforce reduces; Residents tell CN of their fear and confusion as re-cladding of tower blocks found to have combustible cladding continues to be delayed