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Seeing the Light: Ten of the World's Most Beautiful Lighthouses

HomeAway.co.uk | Posted 30.09.2013 | UK Lifestyle
HomeAway.co.uk

Lighthouses are grand towers that are testament to man's long relationship with the sea and make some fabulous tourist attractions. Some historic lighthouses have even been turned into hotels. From the coast of New England to rugged shores of Australia, you'll find these beautiful guiding lights in every shape, size and colour.

What Is the True Nature of the Social Enterprise

Alan Moore | Posted 15.10.2012 | UK
Alan Moore

When we use the phrase social enterprise, we all intuitively understand that is in some way different from an orthodox view of how industrial enterprises operate, how they are organised, what is their role and purpose, by which I mean whom do they really serve? And, how in part they make their money. We have to ask therefore - what is the true nature of the social enterprise?

Designing and Co-cCeating the Best Possible Future for the NHS

Alan Moore | Posted 17.05.2012 | UK Politics
Alan Moore

The bitter public battle now being fought over the future of the NHS looks set to continue. Its future shape uncertain, and the mounting resistance that is so visceral is based upon fear, uncertainty and crucially a genuine lack of trust in those that claim to be guiding us to the best possible future the NHS.

What Happened to My Grandfather After the Titanic Sank

Christopher Ward | Posted 23.01.2014 | Home
Christopher Ward

My grandfather Jock Hume was a violinist in the Titanic's band, playing until the ship went down. He was 21. At 2:20 am, the last lifeboats long since gone, he joined 1,500 men, women and children in the sea, using his violin case for extra buoyancy. Half an hour later they were all dead from hypothermia.