Monthly Archives: June 2014

Longreads’ Best of WordPress, Vol. 1

Originally posted on The WordPress.com Blog:
Here’s the first official edition of Longreads’ Best of WordPress! We’ve scoured 22% of the internet to create a reading list of great storytelling — from publishers you already know and love, to some that…

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145th Imperial Meeting gets underway at Bisley – Video blog

Originally posted on Surrey Heath Residents Network:
Description: 145th Imperial Meeting gets underway at the National Shooting Centre. Video with thanks National Rifle Association of the UK.

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Students, a moan or two and brave officers

Originally posted on Amandacomms's Blog:
Being able to maintain staff morale is a huge challenge for most organisations particularly in the current difficult financial climate. People can quickly lose patience and become frustrated with many things, a lack of promotion…

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Around the World (Cup) in Eight Photos

Originally posted on The WordPress.com Blog:
Whether your country is playing in Brazil this year or not, joining in the fun of this monthlong global festivity is hard to resist. Thanks to bloggers and photographers on the ground in Brazil and…

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For The Anxious Nurse

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Partnership Working

Originally posted on Mental Health Cop:
Not for the first time, I was recently told during a discussion about the police / mental health interface that solutions to problems will be found in partnership working and that “we need to…

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Come to Brooklands College and Surrey Search and Rescue’s Open Day. Can you find them?

Originally posted on Runnymede Residents Community Web Site:
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The Nurse’s Famous Last Words: “But the Doctor Said it Was Okay..”

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How Ships Survive a Hurricane at Sea

For oceangoing ships, hurricanes are a threat long before they make landfall. This is how they prepare. By Kiona Smith-Strickland in Popular Mechanics   Storms at sea are harrowing experiences. Towering walls of water, driven by powerful winds, slam into … Continue reading

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Vivid Festival: Sydney Opera House Sails

Originally posted on Distan Bach Photography Blog:
A little over a week ago, this years Vivid Sydney Festival kicked off in earnest. If you’re not familiar with the event, Vivid is a celebration of Light, Music and Idea’s and has…

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