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Hair care & trends this summer

Summer is nearly here which not only means a whole new set of clothes to buy for your wardrobe, but new hair cuts and hair styles to consider as well!!!!! This summer, hair styling takes center stage, whether it's a cascading mass of soft waves or one of the graphic shorter bobs or uneven moveme(Added: Mon Apr 04 2005)

UCKG to Hold Charity Collection in Catford

The UCKG HelpCentre and its Victory Youth Groups are joining forces this weekend to support national homeless charity Crisis UK and leading children’s charity Barnardo’s. Representatives will be collecting clothes and books for adults and children at the former Catford cinema in Bromley (Added: Mon Apr 04 2005)

Premium sausages say the people

---BEGINS--- 30/03/05 Premium sausages say the people According to a poll by Sausagefans.com, the world’s largest specialist sausage website, the people of the UK are not tight-fisted when it comes to sausages! Over 3,000 people took part in the poll on www.sausagefans.com and the results (Added: Wed Mar 30 2005)

Crufts not celebs tempt British dog owners

For Immediate Release The World’s Biggest Dog Show Attract More Brits Dog Ownership Than The World’s Biggest Celebrities, A leading British pet publication has reported a surge in interest for some of the pedigree breeds recently featured on TV at the Crufts dog show. The UK’s Dog Breeder D(Added: Wed Mar 30 2005)

Australian Retirement visa to cease 1 July 2005

29 March 2005, London - Applications for the Australian Retirement visa, known as the Australian subclass 410 Retirement visa, will no longer be accepted after 30 June 2005, according to a statement made last week by Len Holt, president, Migration Institute of Australia (MIA). Under the cu(Added: Tue Mar 29 2005)

New Support Service for Families in Finsbury Park and Brixton

Families in the Finsbury Park and Brixton areas of London can now benefit from free help and guidance on family issues and pastoral support for parents. The UCKG HelpCentre, a Christian church and registered charity, is running weekly ‘happy parenting’ meetings designed to improve parent(Added: Tue Mar 29 2005)

Royal Fever hits the UK!

Just days before the much talked about wedding of Charles and Camilla, Royal fever is hitting the UK! Those who don’t get their own personal invite to the wedding in Windsor could try one of the latest ‘royal packages’ from short break specialist, Superbreak (www.superbreak.com). Packages include pr(Added: Tue Mar 29 2005)

Fountainhead E-Letter, Berlin Germany popular

Dear Colleagues, We wish to inform you of the international & intercultural undertakings of Fountainhead Tanz Theatre/ Black International Cinema Berlin, THE COLLEGIUM Television Program & Cultural Zephyr e.V. in Berlin Germany, since 1980! Enclosed is information regarding said activities. Thank(Added: Sun Mar 27 2005)

books on relationships

Books on how to have good relationships. (Added: Fri Mar 25 2005)

OIR celebrates Ayr 800

As part of the Ayr 800 celebrations, Opportunities in Retirement (OIR) is promoting the Tam O’Shanter Trail, which it helped to develop several years ago. OIR is producing an up-to-date leaflet with detailed information about the trail. This leaflet will be on display at and available from the T(Added: Fri Mar 25 2005)

Coming to Leeds - the club where grown-ups play.

Club Vivendi, the one-stop leisure club for independent active adults, is giving a series of informal and free “introduction meetings” in Leeds just after Easter, to enable anyone to find out about the benefits of joining this unique and very enjoyable online networking organisation. Aimed at the i(Added: Wed Mar 23 2005)

Volunteering in nepal, Volunteer in Nepal, Volunteer Organization of Nepal

If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping with a mosquito! - Dalai Lama In many developing countries like Nepal, children die from malnutrition and diseases before they reach adolescence. Those who survive lead an extremely hard for life, especially if they are orphaned(Added: Wed Mar 16 2005)

Codename: Pagoda

SPY STORY RELEASED IN E-BOOK "Codename: Pagoda" a spy story from 1960 in the UK is now selling on Amazon, Powell's.com, Cyberread.com and on the authors own website for instant download:- http://www.ebook-sales.com The 'Prologue' to this amazing story is on his website, and shortly the f(Added: Fri Mar 11 2005)

volunteering with INFO to be a wonderful experience

Hi, My name is Sue and I am from Australia. I arrived in Kathmandu at the end of January and along with another volunteer, Barry, from London, I received a very warm welcome from Asim and Dinesh from INFO, and Raj and staff at the Kathmandu Peace Guest House. It was a great way to begin my time her(Added: Thu Mar 10 2005)

New political website attempts to find Common Ground with Common Sense

**FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE** New political website attempts to find Common Ground with Common Sense Contact: Michael Sullivan 330 9th Street, #201E St Paul, MN 55101 651-224-5993 Politics has always been one of the topics we’re warned not to discuss in a social setting. Political discourse h(Added: Tue Mar 08 2005)

Ayrshire Association of Burns Clubs celebrates Ayr 800

As part of Ayr 800, the 12-month long calendar of events celebrating the 800th anniversary of Ayr receiving Royal Burgh status, Ayrshire Association of Burns Clubs has arranged that their Annual Schools’ Competitions will be held in Ayr this year. Venue: Ayr Academy, Fort Street, Ayr Times: (Added: Thu Mar 03 2005)

Lucky Truckers popular

Lucky Truckers !! Press Release from TruckNet UK 1/5/2005 For immediate release Two lucky Professional drivers will soon be experiencing life as a truck driver in the USA. David Phillips and Ray (Bob) White, both from London won a trip to America run jointly by Truck & Driver Magazine and www.T(Added: Tue Mar 01 2005)

Bringing Troubled Minds Together - PeoplesProblems.co.uk

PeoplesProblems.co.uk is a website dedicated to bringing people with problems together. The site has been up and running since August 2004, but so far, little exposure has been achieved! The website was founded by Richard Brooks of Manchester, United Kingdom. Although Richard has a full time care(Added: Sat Feb 26 2005)

Could you live off £5 and a small bag of food for a week?

Could you live on £5 a week and a small bag of food? A group of Newcastle University students who belong to STAR (STudent Action for Refugees) are going to live off of £5 and a small bag of food for one week, in order to raise awareness of the living conditions of failed asylum seekers in Newcast(Added: Wed Feb 23 2005)

KICC Champions raise over £40,000 for the Sickle Cell Society

For immediate release 18 February 2005 PRESS RELEASE KICC Champions raise over £40,000 for the Sickle Cell Society Kingsway International(Added: Fri Feb 18 2005)

Keen gardeners celebrate Ayr 800

For the next event in Ayr 800, the 12 month-long celebration of Ayr’s 800 years as a Royal Burgh, the Ayrshire and Arran Group of the National Council for the Conservation of Plants and Gardens has organised an illustrated public lecture by Fergus Garrett, head gardener at Great Dixter in East Susse(Added: Thu Feb 17 2005)

Semi Precious stone products

Amazing Stone Ltd. emerged onto the architectural and interior design scene in the late 1990fs with the introduction of its celebrated semi-precious stone slabs of petrified wood, labradorite, graphic feldspar and ocean jasper through its exclusive worldwide slab distributor, Antolini Luigi, SpA. (Added: Thu Feb 17 2005)

Fun and Romance Are Just A Click Away At HMCS

Fun and Romance Are Just A Click Away At HMCS HMCS was founded in 1980. After many years of working with major home care agencies and conducting trainings and consultations in nutrition, meal planning, budgeting and consumer education, our service had begun to research the singles' market. In 198(Added: Fri Feb 11 2005)

Use Your Imagination To Win Your Valentine's Heart

Survey results from DatingDirect.com show chocolates, flowers, sexy knickers and even diamonds are old hat! According to a poll by the UK’s number one online dating agency, DatingDirect.com, conventional gifts will not find favour this Valentine’s Day. Picking something quirky with a strong p(Added: Wed Feb 09 2005)

Secret Societies : Are They Real and Will You Ever Be Able to Join

You have heard the conspiracy theories, the legends, the lies and the truth, all essential ingredients to thicken the plot and deepen the intrigue. But are these societies real and if so where can you find them and do YOU have any chance of being initiated into one of them. The answer simply stated,(Added: Mon Feb 07 2005)

Laptop Bride Wedding Guide and Directory

SAVAGE, MD 20763 – February 8, 2005-- Laptop Bride makes wedding planning easy with the launch of their book, “Using the Internet to Plan Your Dream Wedding.” Wedding costs have skyrocketed and it only makes sense to investigate any money saving options that are available. Laptop Bride guides an(Added: Sun Feb 06 2005)

St. Patrick Joins the Fight for the Homeless

When you watch the St. Patrick’s Day parade in New York City this year, give a moment’s thought to the homeless in your own town. Janet Elaine Smith’s first Patrick and Grace Mystery, In St. Patrick’s Custody, has sent many people to their local homeless shelters to volunteer their time. Set in (Added: Sun Feb 06 2005)

Net Detective Private Investigation Software Gets Fast Results For Background Checks Online

Speed Up The Investigation Process By Finding Information Online 02/03/05 - Need to speed up the process of performing background checks on prospective employees, new neighbors, or coworkers? Net Detective (http://www.the-net-detective.com) is the answer, giving its users the ability to find ans(Added: Thu Feb 03 2005)

Scottish Chamber Orchestra celebrates Ayr 800 with world premiere

The next event in Ayr 800, the year-long festival celebrating the town of Ayr’s 800 years as a Royal Burgh, is a concert by the Scottish Chamber Orchestra in the Town Hall at 7.30pm on Wednesday 9 February. One highlight of the concert will be the world premiere of international trombone virtuoso(Added: Mon Jan 31 2005)

Russell Commission enables young people to drive volunteering forward

Russell Commission enables young people to drive volunteering forward 95 per cent of young people want an active role in shaping their own volunteering opportunities according to research by the Russell Commission . Speaking at today’s Volunteering Conference: Pre-Budget Consultation, which c(Added: Mon Jan 31 2005)
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