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The Holiday Hypermarket travel agency at Princess Park in Sutton Coldfield is the 13th of its kind in the country and the company is planning a further 20.
Customers using the service can take advantage of a number of features including a ski simulator, holiday films and information guides.
A NEW pounds 4 million nightclub is expected to turn a corner of Birmingham into a vital part of the city's clubland.
Leamore Holdings, based in Willenhall, has bought the site of Birmingham's former Futurist cinema in John Bright Street for conversion into a club.
The location is set to be relaunched as Club DNA with the creation of 75 full and part-time jobs.
MORE than 30 new jobs are being created with the opening of a hotel close to Birmingham airport.
The Holiday Inn Express will provide accommodation for travellers using the airport and the thousands of people who visit the National Exhibition Centre.
The hotel, just off junction six of the M42, has 179 bedrooms and conference facilities.
WORKERS at a metals manufacturing firm in Suffolk have been told their jobs are safe, despite the company being sold to an American steel giant.
Union Electric Steel Corporation has bought three UK-based companies, including Ipswich firm Turner Chilled Rolls.
TCR has told its 32 workers their jobs are safe "for the foreseeable future.
UNEMPLOYMENT in Cambridge is running at just two per cent of the workforce, a new report has revealed.
Some parts of the country effectively have full employment, said analysts Incomes Data Services.
Most of the jobs growth across the UK has been in the service sector, including supermarkets and call centres.
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Aug 12, 1999|
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