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Agency News: Raw-ring success for Lucre

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(The team from Lucre working on the Natures Menu account, with their pets; Top L2R – Janine with Ruby, Rose with Billie. Bottom L2R – Tamarind with Murphy, Emma with Oscar) Leading PR and content agency, The Lucre Group, has today announced its latest account win for its Home & Lifestyle division; Natures Menu. Natures […]


To see or not to see? How our senses affect our relationship with products, by Ryan Lewis

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Everybody has heard the old adage “you eat with your eyes” but is it true? In the last month over the course of two very different culinary dates, my girlfriend and I have really put that theory to the test. Firstly, an extremely visual food sensation at Leeds’s only Michelin-starred restaurant The Man behind the […]


There’s No Place Like Home by Ben Frith

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In its most recent ‘Best Places to Live’ report, The Times named Leeds as the best cultural place to live in the UK, beating cities like London, Bath and Manchester to come out on top! We’re a little biased of course, but we tend to agree. Our home city is almost unrecognisable from what it was […]


Missing a trick with GoPro? by Rose Dooley

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It started as a surfer using a botched camera to film his action on the waves. But today, the GoPro camera is now a must-have on any traveller’s packing check list, a technology household name and a dream for any brand wanting its consumers to share experiences in an immersive way. Providing a unique and […]


What Will Drones Deliver Next? by Dylan Verity

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The 2015 we were promised in Back to the Future (Part 2) appears to have arrived… two years later. Whilst we don’t have hoverboards or self-drying jackets, earlier this month the Dubai Roads and Transportation Authority announced plans to make drone taxis available for consumers as early as July of this year, making flying cars […]


White wine in spag bol? Whatever next….by Laura Duncan

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There was uproar amongst the foodies this week after TV chef, Mary Berry casually added white wine and cream to her spaghetti bolognaise – even choosing to omit the pasta altogether… Cue Twitter pandemonium with various self-proclaimed foodie experts crumbling under the thought of her ruining this classic comfort dish: “Just watched a cooking programme […]


Shrinkflation, Brexit and the Great Weekly Food Shop by Ali Gwynne

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Brexit’s here to stay, but what does this mean for the food and drink industry? According to The Grocer, most households feel food prices have already risen over the last six months, and they’re not wrong as illustrated by the new buzzword, ‘shrinkflation’ – a practice where manufacturers reduce the size of products, but not […]


Where Will the Oscars Take You? by Harriet Ball and Rhys Reynolds

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Destinations to watch inspired by the big screen In case you live under a rock, the 89th Academy Awards took place last night with the film world’s glitterati turning out for the culmination of what has been one of the most exciting and surprising awards seasons yet. Although a certain ‘Best Picture’ mis-hap seems to […]


Pin that in your basket – time to shop with Pinterest, by Bianca Matley

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From hacks to recipes to outfit ideas, Pinterest has become a virtual scrapbook of handy, whimsical ideas curated with beautiful imagery. But with its foray into direct purchasing and newest ‘visual discovery’ features, what impact do we see this having for our home and lifestyle sectors? As Pinterest co-founder Evan Sharp puts it, “we’ve developed […]


Fancy a Prefab? by James Harris

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Do you fancy living in a prefab? Tricky question. One thing is for sure though, it’s time Britain upped its prefab reputation. Since they were masterminded, prefabricated homes have been known for both brilliance and abomination. Some, such as The Sonoma weeHouse are at the forefront of housing design, while others can be described as […]