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When Saying Sorry Isn't Enough

14th April 2010
The words "I'm sorry" are not easy to say - more so when you are not the person who is in the wrong. You see, something has to change - the very fact that someone is apologising means that there is something that needs to be put right. The fault may not b... Read >
Author: Shireen Bonegio

A Couple Of Tips To Prepare For A Typhoon

13th March 2009
Almost all countries near major ocean bodies are plagued occasionally by the occurrence of typhoons. In the Pacific, the weather disturbance is widely called typhoon. It is cyclone in the Indian ocean and in the United States, where most often it comes fr... Read >
Author: Jonathan Sin

COSHH Regulations - A Basic Synopsis

04th November 2008
Over a million cases of chemical poisoning take place in Europe and the USA yearly, and year after year, the number surprisingly increases. Surveys show that roughly half of these cases are commonly ingested using chemicals, whether at home or at work. Ho... Read >
Author: rwakefield

When A Child Loses A Parent

10th April 2008
This is a subject that is very dear to my heart, as it has touched my family on more than one occasion. I cannot remember how old I was when I first realised that my lovely cosy existence would one day be shattered by the death of one or both pare... Read >
Author: Linzi Beuselinck
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