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Civil Air Support (CAS) and SERV Wessex (a member organisation of the National Association of Blood Bikes) have united to deliver time-critical blood stem cells from a healthy donor in Salisbury District Hospital to a waiting patient in Newcastle.
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Pick a combi boiler like an Gas Engineer, learn to to choose one
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The past year has seen us become more isolated than ever before. With multiple national lockdowns and stay-at-home orders issued, we've ended up spending most of our time within the same four walls.
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On Thursday June 2nd, IndieReader, one of the original review services for self, hybrid and independently published authors, announced the winners of the tenth annual IR Discovery Awards (IRDAs) for 2021. INFERNO OF SILENCE by Tolu' A.
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It's hard to say no to our pets' demands when they look up at us with those adorable puppy eyes.
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As your wedding day approaches, the challenge of making sure every small aspect of your big day is everything you ever dreamt it would be, commences—but at a rather heavy expense.
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The transport and logistics workforce is one of the largest and most vital in the UK, with over 1 million employees. But in terms of gender split, only 20% of the workforce is female.
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The skincare game has changed forever. Years ago, skincare was something many of us were involved in, but with little understanding of ingredients and what would suit our individual needs.
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The Sotech team is delighted to welcome Simran Thiara who has joined the business full time as Regional Specification Manager for the South.
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As time goes on, the way things are conducted change. Whether this is to keep up with changing times or to reinvent the way things are done, industries must adapt, evolve, and innovate. Something that is no stranger to change is shopping habits.
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Office jobs are bad for our health. Sitting all day will likely have us hunched at our desks, limiting oxygen we breathe in which can make us tired and affect our concentration.
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The use of artificial intelligence in healthcare has increased exponentially in the past year, with more intelligent applications than ever before. Here, we cover the most innovative advancements in the use of AI in healthcare recently.
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LDC-backed Mandata, one of the UK and Ireland's leading transport management software providers, has today strengthened its service offering by adding Stirling Solutions to its group.
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This year has been no easy ride for businesses and the individuals within them. Since the pandemic forced a lot of us to work remotely, finding the motivation to persist with our everyday tasks has been a challenge.
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The best presents in life are useful ones. Therefore, there can be no doubt that umbrellas can make the best presents – they are incredibly useful, especially here in the UK! Throughout the year, there will be many times we all need an umbrella.
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Asbestos has been long established as a dangerous material when inhaled. Asbestos is dangerous because the fibres are too large to be broken down by the body, so when they're breathed in, they become stuck in our lungs.
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Mel Gibson's healthy heart in the Nicoya Peninsula Costa Rica has long been the central holiday home hotspot for celebrities who have fallen in love with its white beaches and jungle landscapes.
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Latest release of open edge computing platform features new ease-of-use and industrial connectivity features
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Urquhart's 35+ years in the field brings additional expertise to edge computing company
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Technology in vehicles has constantly been progressing. From seatbelts being introduced in the early 1900s — but only becoming standard in the 1970s — to electric vehicles being set to take over petrol-powered vehicles, the automotive industry is...
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A car dealership in Newcastle has received an award from the Motability scheme for its efforts in helping more people with mobility issues discover the freedom of driving.
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With millions of people feeling the effects of cancelled holidays, an empty social calendar, and remote or disrupted working, many of us are using our cars much more infrequently than before.
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The coronavirus pandemic continues to dictate what we can and can't do, and despite schools starting to slowly re-open from 1 June, a lot of parents will still be left occupying the role of substitute STEM teachers.
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Students had the opportunity to delve into college life when Newcastle College held a Virtual Open Event on Wednesday, 3rd June.
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A 3D exhibition will give prospective learners an insight into college life as Newcastle College prepares to virtually open its doors in June.
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It's hard to feel motivated when you're at work. For most people, having a job is a necessity rather than a choice, and the best that they can do is to try and choose a career that they don't hate.
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Pharma Nord, which manufactures and supplies pharmaceutical quality dietary supplements, is coping with a sharp rise in demand and enquiries.
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Many otherwise busy companies are going to be experiencing an unexpected and unwanted slowdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If you own or run such a business then you may find that you've more time on your hands than you'd need or want.