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From seasoned professionals to DIY amateur, everyone makes mistakes - it’s just that some of those mistakes are more spectacular than others. We’ve gathered some of the best from 2018.
30 builders packed up their tools to help make life easier for a fellow tradesman suffering from motor neurone disease.
Deciding how to respond to online reviews can be a tricky subject for small businesses to tackle – especially when you don’t have a staff member dedicated to online reputation management.
Police in three pilot areas are trialling a new roadside vision test that could lead to tradespeople losing their licence if they fail.
Keeping track of the legal obligations of businesses can be a job in itself. It’s rarely a case of learning them when you start out and leaving it at that.
We all know tool theft is on the rise in the UK, with thieves going for bigger hauls. But what about the other associated costs?
Entering into a redundancy consultation can be a difficult, but sometimes necessary, decision for any business to make.
A roofer from Hertfordshire was fined £300 for having the wrappers from his lunch in his van.
Working with wood, using your hands to create beautifully precise wooden furniture and fixtures is all in a day’s work for a joiner.
In April, we reported on new rules that could lead to a £2,500 fine for driving your van – even if your MOT’s still in date.