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2014/09/01 11:42
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... never too late to pursue your passion and fulfil your purpose. Just ask Donna Every, who at 48 years old, has done both. The chartered accountant turned author, who admits she is still getting...
2014/09/01 11:42
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2014/08/29 09:41
2014/08/29 09:41
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Richard Attenborough had many titles – Dick, Sir, Lord, Luvvie – so when I interviewed him I asked at the very beginning, “How shall I address you?” Without a moment’s hesitation he shot back,...
2014/08/25 09:37
2014/08/25 09:37
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Attenborough, who has died aged 90, was a relentless lobbyist on behalf of British cinema. Alongside his own, often epic films (Gandhi, A Bridge Too Far etc) and his prodigious work for charity, he...
2014/08/21 21:37
2014/08/21 21:37
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His poems evoke the widest range of moods, from the heart-warming celebration of The Whitsun Weddings to the bloody-minded zest of Toads; from the yearning of An Arundel Tomb to the despair of Aubade....
2014/08/20 10:40
2014/08/20 10:40
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Significantly higher debt levels, which have grown from 90% of household disposable income in 1990 to 130% in 2013, mean that households are much more vulnerable to marginal increases in interest...
2014/08/15 22:21
2014/08/15 22:21
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King Richard rides again! In a fascinating experiment using a modern-day double, scientists have shown how the ‘bunch-back’d toad’ Richard III – whose bones were found under a car park in 2012 – was...
2014/08/15 16:54
2014/08/15 16:54
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Two teenagers have returned from space school to learn that their dreams of a career in space science are about to lift off. David Plummer and Daniel Robson, both 18, spent part of their summer...
2014/08/15 15:49
2014/08/15 15:49
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Mosquitos in developing nations transmit malaria, one of the deadliest diseases in the world. About 1 million people die of malaria each year. The Ebola virus has infected about 1,800 people, more...
2014/08/15 10:26
2014/08/15 10:26
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A LEVEL RESULTS: South Somerset students excel at Richard Huish College Photo: Bradley Johnson, Nicholas Darby, Angus Lysaczenko and Chloe Hill. THREE students from Crewkerne and one from Ilminster...
2014/08/14 15:03
2014/08/14 15:03
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Students collect their results from Lutterworth College last Thursday (s) A LEVEL pass rates have been maintained by our schools just months after former education secretary Michael Gove pledged to...
2014/08/13 15:05
2014/08/13 15:05
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Catherine Kite, 18 (left) and friend Ruth Jenkins from Sacred Heart, Newcastle celebrate their A level results, Thursday August 18, 2005. See PA story EDUCATION A-Levels. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo....
2014/08/08 00:30
2014/08/08 00:30
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Though anti-EU outsiders UKIP might top the polls at the European Parliament elections in Britain, a Eurosceptic streak runs through all the mainstream parties they stand against. The United Kingdom...
2014/08/07 17:34
2014/08/07 17:34
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A facial reconstruction of King Richard III. Picture: Andrew Winning London - England's King Richard III, whose body was discovered under a municipal car park two years ago, will be reburied next...
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2014/08/07 08:41
2014/08/07 08:41
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Published at 07:37, Wednesday, 06 August 2014 A BLUE plaque to commemorate poet Philip Larkin’s association with Haydon Bridge is set to go up in the village later this month. The plaque which will...
2014/08/06 16:34
2014/08/06 16:34
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... obesity is a serious risk factor for conditions such as heart disease, some slim people can have a genetic susceptibility that makes them vulnerable too.' London - Being overweight is bad for...
Read more at iol.co.za, Daily Mail
2014/08/04 17:37
2014/08/04 17:37
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Professor Sir Alec Jeffreys, who in 1984 discovered a method of showing the variation in the DNA of individuals, will receive the Copley Medal of the Royal Society, which has been awarded to Charles...
2014/09/01 11:42
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