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    Wildfires kill dozens as they spread across Portugal and Spain

      A string of wildfires have hit areas in central and northern Portugal, leaving at least 31 people dead and some still missing. Spain was also hit by wildfires, which left at least two people dead, and Spain’s Prime Minister claims that the wildfires were started deliberately.   What seemed like a normal day in […]
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    The UCKG celebrated 14,000 marriages within five continents

    On Thursday, 12 October, the UCKG celebrated 13,849 marriages in the headquarters of all the Brazilian states, the Federal District and, in 49 countries within five continents. The ceremonies took place simultaneously, in each location.
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    How to design your office to maximise your productivity

    Did you know that your workspace could affect your productivity? According to design and business expert, Despina Katsikakis, “The majority of office design focuses on reducing the cost of the space rather than on inspiring people to do better work”. However, when the office space encourages creativity, openness, and communication between colleagues, this is when […]

    during the working day, positive effect on your mind, task at hand,

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    Are we missing the pleasure in waiting?

    In a world of instant gratification and solutions, it seems as though we can find whatever we need at the click of a button. If we’re feeling lazy and we don’t want to walk, we can catch an Uber. If we are peckish and want pizza, we can order it straight away. We can receive […]

    an answer for everything, it is better to wait,

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    Individuality. Do we have it?

    We all know that life is made up of choices. But do we make decisions according to what we want, or what others expect of us? 99.9% of the time, we decide what we are going to wear, buy, and so on, but there are also a range of factors influencing our choices. It does […]

    a mutual decision, a range of factors, your own happiness,

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    Results time!

    As this year’s A level and GCSE results come in, we all remember how we felt when we got our exam results, and those feelings ranged from delight to despair. For some of us it was a time of jubilation as our best hopes were met or exceeded, and that much-wanted university place was secure. […]

    At the other end, END OF THE WORLD, Victory Youth Group,

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    How to enjoy camping

    Love it or hate it, camping is generally a very cheap way of going on holiday. It’s popular with children because it gives them a degree of freedom that is rare these days. It gives city dwellers a chance of fresh air, scented by the sea or pinewoods, although agricultural smells can be a bit […]

    a beautiful day, a wonderful time, going on holiday,

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    How to enjoy the school holidays

    They’re the three words that parents dread during the long school summer holidays: “Mum, I’m bored,” and of course, “Dad, I’m bored,” when it’s father’s turn to look after the youngsters. Screen time is certainly not the answer and though it might be tempting as a quick fix, parents on both sides of the Atlantic, […]

    a quick fix, Top of our list, your local area,

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    All good!

    It’s a phrase we hear all the time, and when someone tells you that they are ‘all good’ or that a situation is ‘all good’ it gives a very positive message. It’s often said with a big smile on the speaker’s face, and the expectation is that all really is good in whatever situation. This […]

    a very positive message, Proposals of marriage,

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    Let’s celebrate older drivers

    If you were as surprised as we were by the news that more than 100,000 people aged over 90 are still driving, you’ll probably be even more surprised to learn that 248 centenarians still hold valid driving licenses. What’s more, DVLA figures show that the oldest learner driver on our roads today is a woman […]

    a bit of help, Ageing, Alzheimer's disease, Old age, slow with age,

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