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Cambridge Evening News
Top tips for productive revision
Revision shouldn't be about Red Bull and working into the small hours but planned activity with well earned breaks says Colin Jarman, Deputy Principal, CCSS .
Sun May 19, 2013
Why ALL women should freeze their eggs at 30
When Sarah Richards fell in love eight months ago, one of the first things she discussed with her partner was starting a family.
Sat May 18, 2013
Coalition planning GST hike: Shorten
LABOR cabinet member Bill Shorten has warned Tony Abbott would hike the GST rate if elected as prime minister in September.
Wed May 15, 2013
Murder victim's daughter's moving story: I don't like...
"I was stuck in the house, watching. And I saw it," the six-year-old explains as she plays with stickers.
Like Angelina Jolie I didn't think twice about losing my breasts and it hasn't changed me
Like the Hollywood star, Aneece Bear chose to undergo a double mastectomy after she found she'd inherited her mother's cancer gene On the face of it, Aneece Bear doesn't look like she would have much in common with actress Angelina Jolie , but the two women share many similarities.
Tue May 14, 2013
The New Zealand Herald
Brent Sheather: To educate or legislate?
Today's story presents more evidence, not that any is needed, that all is not as it should be in retail investorland.
100 years of memories for Edna
Centenarian Edna Harrip remembers crying when her father returned from the First World War - and they were not tears of joy.
Mon May 13, 2013
Have 'Generation Rent' given up on plans to buy a home?
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Sat May 11, 2013
The Straits Times
Reader's Contribution: Mummy's gift for Jun
Academic result is not the focus as this can be taught at later part of Jun's life.
Experience: I met my burglars on holiday
Dinah Post: 'It's a mystery why they did it. They seemed completely the wrong type: educated, middle-class, well-off.' Photograph: David Barnes for the Guardian I was six at the time, heading home before Christmas with my sister and parents after a long, snowy car journey.
Fri May 10, 2013
Bonnie Tyler: "I wish I'd had children, but I'm lucky...
Bonnie Tyler: "I wish I'd had children, but I'm lucky and I'm not short of a bob or two" "I only have it in my forehead and my crow's feet," she explains.
Thu May 09, 2013
Blog: Trouble with the welding fairy
AS PARENTS, you encourage your children to tell the truth. But it reminds you of the lies you told your Mum and Dad.
Wed May 08, 2013
A buse directed at anyone opposed to what you're wanting to do. Repeated mis-representations of what you said, and did.
Tue May 07, 2013
Border Counties Advertizer
Family pay tribute to murdered son
A TEENAGER charged with the murder of a young father from Chirk has made his first appearance in front of a crown court judge.
This Is North Devon
'Lost generation' of young adults struggling to cope with spiralling debt
A "lost generation" of young adults are finding it impossible to break free from their parents as they struggle to cope with spiralling levels of debt.
Mon May 06, 2013
Dead Mine Trailer Excavates Terror
Here's the thing... when something is long buried and it takes everything that you've got and then some to get to, before you put in the effort, take a moment and think to yourself, " Maybe this was made hard to get to for a reason." That advice may save your life.
Sat May 04, 2013
The Star Online
More to my wedding speech
DEAR Mum and Dad, when we got married last November, you often wondered aloud how we found the time to design our own menus, signages and table numbers, and even learnt two dance numbers.
The Raw Story
Study shows kids eat healthier with shared family diet
Sitting down to the same meals as Mum and Dad found to have a bigger impact on health than class or snacking habits Children who eat the same meals as their parents are far more likely to have healthy diets than those who do not, according to research.
Diary of my own death: The harrowing journal of a Helmand hero who...
Improvised explosive devices - IEDs as they're known - are a hidden, brooding menace; the biggest fear of almost every British soldier in Afghanistan.