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150 new jobs as healthcare firms expand

UP to 150 jobs could be created through an expansion by two hi-tech medical equipment firms.

The two firms, both part of the Johnson & Johnson healthcare giant, plan to expand their operations in Livingston and Inverness.


300 jobs wiped out by year end

NEARLY 300 workers at a Gwent manufacturing firm will definitely lose their jobs by the end of the year.

Pontypool firm Trico Ltd, which employs 350 people, will start its reduction in manufacturing immediately and will cease all production by the end of the year.



Chromium jobs go Feb 8 2006

By Evening Gazette

The second kiln at a Teesside chemical company will close down at the end of March, with the loss of 114 jobs.

This was confirmed today by Elementis Chromium following 90 days of consultation with unions and staff after the original closure announcement at the end of October.



Micron cuts Scottish jobs

Direction change puts up to 134 on street

Up to 134 jobs could be lost at Micron's East Kilbride manufacturing plant, but the company says the downsize is evidence of a change of direction rather than economic downturn


150 jobs on the cards as firm expands Feb 8 2006

By Jamie Oliver, Crewe Chronicle

A TOTAL of 150 jobs are to be created by the £15m expansion of a South Cheshire agricultural and distribution firm.



Abbey poised to cut 2,000 jobs

ABBEY National warned today that up to 2,000 jobs will be axed this year as the bank looks to continue its turnaround under Spanish ownership.




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10:16 - 08 February 2006

More than 1,000 council jobs could have to be cut by Stoke-on-Trent City Council unless it takes action to tackle a mounting cash crisis, according to a leaked report from the authority's ruling party.


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