Sam Richardson

31 Added | 1 Magazine | 3 Following | 8 Followers | @samrichardson | Journalist and Editor of Mortgage Professional Australia (From August '14).

​William Lockett: Hanging on the Telephone

MOST VIEWED<p>Thought brokers were bad? Try financial advisers5 comments<p>Damning ASIC report finds bank advisors don’t act in the client’s best interest …

Kelly Cameron-Tull:The Long Road to Broking

MOST VIEWED<p>Broking's next generation: 2018's Young Guns revealed<p>Meet 30 elite brokers, all aged under 35, who are redefining the industry and writing …

Phil Quin-Conroy : Evolving the Business

MOST VIEWED<p>Thought brokers were bad? Try financial advisers5 comments<p>Damning ASIC report finds bank advisors don’t act in the client’s best interest …

A journey along the Danish road to success

We started this week by explaining how Denmark came to host Internet Week Denmark. Now we look ahead, exploring how the Danish tech giants of the …

Waving the Dannebrog for Danish internet innovation

Internet Week Denmark began yesterday in Aarhus, celebrating the Danish IT industry. For the first of five articles to accompany the week, we explain …

Serious about going global: Internet Week Denmark

Aarhus has no shortage of international ambition, but often fails to make events accessible to foreigners. However a new festival, Internet Week …

War and peace at the Danish-German border

<i>Jutland Station</i> attended the 150th anniversary commemoration of the Battle of Dybbøl – an event which helped create modern Denmark, and affects …

Interview with Defence Minister Nicolai Wammen

Denmark’s Defence Minister Nicolai Wammen also happens to be ex-Mayor of Aarhus. We talked to him about the crisis in the Ukraine and his own divided …

Aarhus' Dokk 1 opens to the public

Aarhus’ Dokk 1 development opened this weekend for public viewing – we checked up on the progress of the city’s biggest ever construction</i> …

No fly zone? Why it's time to say goodbye to Aarhus' airport

For a city with international ambitions, Aarhus’ gateway to the world is less than impressive, with the city’s tiny airport on its knees. In a debate …

Interview: Uffe Elbæk on alternative politics

Denmark’s political scene has been rocked by the creation of a new party, Alternativet, headed by charismatic ex-Culture Minister Uffe Elbæk. We talk …

The island of Samsø: from green to grey

Denmark’s Renewable Energy Island is world famous for its environmental policies. But along with much of rural Denmark, the island faces a much …

Interview with Mayor Jacob Bundsgaard

Sam Richardson talks to Jacob Bundsgaard, Mayor of Aarhus, about the city’s global future, managing integration and his prospects of re-election<p><b>by</b> …

BBC Two - How Safe are Britain's Roads?, Episode 2

Justin Rowlatt and Anita Rani explore how safe the roads and cars of Britain are and what can be done to cut casualties. Most accidents are caused by human error but what kinds of errors are the biggest killers on the roads? Anita Rani and Justin Rowlatt consider the dangers of mobile phones, how …

BBC Two - How Safe are Britain's Roads?, Episode 1

Justin Rowlatt and Anita Rani explore how safe the roads and cars of Britain are and what can be done to cut casualties. Following government proposals to raise the speed limit to 80 miles per hour, Anita takes to the motorways with the police, whilst Justin hits the test track in a poorly …

Lords reform: David Cameron 'won't punish Tory rebels'

A Conservative backbencher has claimed that David Cameron gave him permission to defy the Government over House of Lords reform, in a disclosure likely to infuriate the Liberal Democrats.<p>Andrew Griffiths, the MP for Burton and Uttoxeter, told BBC's Radio 5 Live the Prime Minister had personally …

Nicola Benedetti: Today’s children need culture, not celebrity obsession

Children need more exposure to culture to combat their obsession with the vacuous world of celebrity, one of Britain’s best young violinists, Nicola Benedetti, has said.<p>Nicola Benedetti, 25, a former BBC Young Musician of the Year, told Radio Times that many children are “aimless” and do not …

Reformed burglar and his Islington victim join forces to ‘help people change lives’

<b>PUBLISHED:</b> 16:59 29 March 2012 | <b>UPDATED:</b> 17:38 29 March 2012<p>Peter Woolf, left, 55 and Islington ex-banker Will Riley, also 55, are now best of friends<p>…

Teachers strike closes 15 schools across Islington

<b>PUBLISHED:</b> 17:20 28 March 2012 | <b>UPDATED:</b> 11:50 29 March 2012<p>The picket line outside the Islington and City Sixth Form Centre in Holloway Road<p>TONY GAY …

Owen-ing up to inequality

Share Email Comments<p>On first seeing Owen Jones, author of Chavs, I was quite surprised. Far from the towering and stern colossus of contemporary …

New app reveals history of King’s Cross

Latest Islington News Stories<p>Yesterday, 15:46<p>Two Nazi symbols were sprayed outside Drayton Park station on Sunday – and it took until today for them …

Arsenal legend presents Arsenal boris bike

Latest Islington News Stories<p>08:52<p>Last weekend, Brian Heywood opened the Brickworks community centre next to Ilex House in the Holly Park Estate. He, …

Islington People’s Panel - the 2012 Budget

<b>PUBLISHED:</b> 14:02 03 April 2012<p>Phil Williams, 39, Florist<p>Archant<p>Chancellor George Osborne recently revealed the 2012 Budget. The much awaited …

Get behind Islington’s London Marathon runners

<b>PUBLISHED:</b> 18:24 20 April 2012<p>Cassy Henderson<p>Archant<p>More than 30,000 runners are set to pound the streets of the capital on Sunday in the London …

Islington Councillors demonstrate against pay-day loans - but drop by-law plan

<b>PUBLISHED:</b> 15:07 10 April 2012<p>Campaigners, including Cllr Richard Greening (far left) and Raphael Andrews (3rd from right) stand in front of a …