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The grey and the green

A wonderful blog from Diane Sims this week who shares the love and history of a willow tree in her garden. The tree sadly took a massive hit from a storm at the end of last year. Diane talks about

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Posted in horticulture, storm

Born to be a Nurse / Taught to be a Nurse or Forever a Student

A thought provoking blog from David Barton which begins by looking at whether all nurses should be educated in university. The blog also considers if nurses are born with the qualities needed or if it is possible to learn, and

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Posted in education, health, health services, learning, patient care, training, universities, working practices

60 day’s late.

A great update from Samuel-James Wilson on his adventures in Australia. The 60 days since he arrived have seen plenty of activity but very little work, now however there is work on the horizon too, which is fantastic. Samuel-James blogs

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Posted in animals, construction industry, cultural heritage, culture, industry, natural environment, travel, travel and exploration, working practices

Life Lesson 2: The curiosity of hummingbirds

A super blog this week from Georgia Parker as she shares with us some wonderful photos and up close encounters of hummingbirds. Georgia has been observing these curious little birds as they visit and seemingly flaunt themselves in front of her. 

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Posted in animals, Birds, public spaces
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