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15 Oct
2014

Make VAT’s flat rate work for your business

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Accountant BARRY KERNON offers his latest piece of advice for freelancers looking to manage their business

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12 Oct
2014

Men United to be nominated charity at #SJA2014

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The Sports Journalists’ Association has chosen the Men United campaign for Prostate Cancer UK to be our nominated charity for our 2014 awards events

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9 Oct
2014

I’m glad I can vote for both McIlroy and Pavey

Rory McIlroy: a contender for Sportsman of the Year and as part of the European Ryder Cup-winning team

NORMAN GILLER’s sorted out who is getting his votes for the 2014 SJA British Sports Awards. And who’ll be getting a kiss from him, too

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6 Oct
2014

#SJA2014: Voting opens for British Sports Awards

Golden smile: Lizzie Yarnold, Olympic champion

Hosted by Sir Michael Parkinson, with Jim Rosenthal and Sybil Ruscoe presenting the show, the 65th SJA British Sports Awards are taking place in London on Dec 11

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20 Sep
2014

SJA and Ladbrokes are off to York Races next May

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“We want as many of our members from across the country to have an active part in all our activities. This includes social events such as the Race Day, and we are delighted to be working with Ladbrokes and returning to York”

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5 Sep
2014

BOA 2016 accreditation process now open

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This process is open to print, internet and photographic media organisations that are based in the United Kingdom and meet the BOA’s guideline standards

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25 Aug
2014

Reading is first step to learn how to be a good writer

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ROB STEEN, a sports journalism lecturer at Brighton University, advises that to be a good writer, you first need to be an avid reader

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18 Apr
2009

Deer Keef: Do i relly kneed to spell?

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KEITH ELLIOTT’s postbag from those wanting advice on training often demonstrates exactly what not to do if you want to become a sports journalist

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