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Monthly Archives: October 2015

Lewis, champion of the world

Anyone who thought Formula 1 had lost its sparkle will have had a big change of heart if they watched the US Grand Prix in Austin.

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Back to the future

Back in 1989, when Marty McFly and Doc Brown travelled into the future in the sequel to the Back To The Future blockbuster, the date they arrived in was 21 October 2015. Now we’re living in this time, how accurate were they in their predictions of what the future had in store?

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Saving lives

The British Heart Foundation has launched a campaign to educate the nation on CPR and help save 5,000 lives a year.  Recent research by Warwick University has shown that over half of adults wouldn’t feel confident performing CPR on a person who required resuscitation.

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Who’s cool?

The latest CoolBrands list has been revealed and digital giant Apple has retained its crown as king of cool, topping the list for the fourth year on the trot.

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The secrets behind your social media posts

What do your social media posts say about you? Maybe more than you realise!

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Zombies stagger for a good cause

If you were in one of the world’s major cities at the weekend, you may have thought it was either the end of the world as we know it, or somehow Halloween had come early.

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Read all about it

When it comes to books it is still non-fiction that consistently tops the bestselling lists… 

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When should I put my heating on?

It’s that time of year again when the great heating debate takes place throughout the UK….should we put it on yet or not?

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October, Stoptober & Go Sober

It’s October! The tenth month of the year not only brings with it colder weather, darker evenings, Halloween parties and the start of firework season, these days October means a focus on health and wellbeing across the nation.

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Marsala & more…

Now that we’re officially into autumn the winter wardrobe is out with cosy boots, luscious layers, woolly jumpers and chunky scarves – and perhaps a couple of new pieces to see in a new season.  Some of the biggest trends for autumn/winter ’15 revolve around colour and texture. The unisex colour pallet includes dark shades of mustard, teal, khaki greens and muted pinks.

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