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Heather and Jackson


Helping Hand to Set Up New Businesses


JACKSON is a sweet but sensitive four- year-old Chihuahua. A few visits to the centre will be needed to build up a relationship with him, and once he knows you he enjoys a fuss. Jackson must live with another dog already established in the home as this will help with his confidence and settling in. He enjoys his walks and having a good sniff around. He also loves his food, so this will help build up a relationship with him. Jackson is looking for a quiet adult only


home with committed owners, and with time and patience you will start to see his fun-loving side. Canine Carer Heather says “Jackson may be small but inside is a huge personality which is endearing”. If you’d like to know more about Jackson, contact Dogs Trust Bridgend on 01656 725219; or pop down to the centre at Court Colman CF31 4NG. You can also visit the website at www.dogstrust.org. uk.


Win tickets to see Giselle at the Bristol Hippodrome


More than 200,000 new businesses have used a new one-stop cross- government service allowing new start-ups to register their company and also register for tax at the same time. The Streamlined Company Registration Service, which has been set up in a collaboration between HMRC and Companies House, will ease the burdens on new businesses, enabling them to concentrate on what they do best – producing goods, providing services and contributing to the UK’s reputation as one of the best places in the world to start a business. When registering with Companies House, companies can also register for tax and HMRC’s digital services, making it easier for new start-ups to fulfil all of their legal obligations in one go. The change, which came into effect last year, removes the need for businesses to send duplicate information to both Companies House and HMRC. The new service is part of the Government’s modern Industrial Strategy’s commitment to reduce administrative burdens on small businesses, enhancing the UK’s reputation as one of the best global environments for small businesses to thrive in. Treasury Minister, Mel Stride MP the Financial Secretary to the Treasury said: “It’s never been easier to set- up a business in the UK. Reducing the administrative burden on small businesses is all part of this government’s commitment to support small business growth and cement


Britain’s standing as a ‘Global Britain’. “HMRC and Companies House are working


hard to make business


registration and tax easier. Previously the same information would need to be entered into a number of different platforms to register a company and register for tax, we have simplified that process. The government is committed to ensuring we can deliver a modern, digital tax system for all businesses and their agents supporting them to get their tax right and reducing the amount of tax lost through avoidable error.”


Small Business Minister Kelly Tolhurst said: “British small businesses, and the entrepreneurial spirit behind them, are the backbone of the UK economy employing over 16 million people up and down the country. “Through our modern Industrial Strategy we are making it easier for small businesses to grow and flourish by investing in modern industries, infrastructure and skills, and making it easier to access finance. Anyone thinking of starting a new business in 2019 should check out the huge wealth of Government advice and support available, and go for it.” There’s only one more thing you need in order to start a business in the New Year: passion. You have a new idea that you, and those around you, truly believe in, that excites you and that you are motivated to bring to life. Get your start-up in gear. After all, New Year, new you, and a new business too!


Te Russian State Ballet of Siberia has established itself as one of Russia’s leading ballet companies and has built an international reputation for delivering performances of outstanding quality and depth. Te soloists and corps de ballet are exceptional, delighting audiences with their breath-taking physical ability and beautiful costumes. Te productions merge traditional and digital worlds with an imaginative staging set against an ever-changing colourful backdrop with magical special effects. Te Russian State Ballet of Siberia will be performing Giselle at the Bristol Hippodrome on Tursday 7th February 2019. Te most poignant of all classical ballets is filled with dramatic passion in a chilling and heart-rending tale of love, treachery and forgiveness from beyond the grave. Te moving story of delicate Giselle and her aristocratic but duplicitous lover Albrecht is set to a glorious score. Cardiff & South Wales Advertiser have a pair of tickets to be won. For your chance to win, answer the question below and send to: Cardiff & South Wales Advertiser, Giselle Competition, 136 Newport Road, Cardiff. CF24 1DJ. Alternatively, enter online: www.cardiffandsouthwalesadvertiser.com Closing date for entry is 24 January 2019.


Who is Giselle’s aristocratic but duplicitous lover? ...................................................................... Name .............................................................................................................................................................. Address ........................................................................................................................................................... Post Code ....................................................................................................................................................... Telephone .......................................................................................................................................................


Email ............................................................................................................................................................... CD: 24/01/19


6 - Friday 11th January 2019 - Cardiff & South Wales Advertiser www.cardiffandsouthwalesadvertiser.com


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