Society & PoliticsRemembrance Day: the enduring nature of the first two-minute silence
The two-minute silence continues to be powerful memorial to the fallen through a simple collective act - short enough to focus the mind, but long enough to mean something. By Daniel McKay.Read More 0
More Interesting Articles
David Greig's 1994 drama remains a timely warning about the dangers of a divided Europe, writes...Read More 0
RelationshipsMending broken trust
When trust is broken, it does not need to be the end of a relationship. Much can be learned from...Read More 1
Work & CareerThe retirement boredom conundrum
It takes just over one year for boredom to set in for retirees, a study has found. With skills...Read More 0
In spite of some sharp and telling observations, Anchuli Felicia King's exploration of the power...Read More 0
RelationshipsThe reality of caring for someone with dementia – stressful but rewarding too
Warren Donnellan argues that by promoting resilience and the positive and rewarding aspects of...Read More 0
RelationshipsThe go-getting girl gang battling to end Empty Chair Syndrome
How four bereaved women came together to provide a big comfort blanket of friendship and support ...Read More 0
Also this Month
Health & Wellbeing'Brain changes' could provide early warning sign for Parkinson's disease
"Scientists say they have identified the earliest signs of Parkinson's disease in the brain, 15...Read More 1
EntertainmentCome From Away
Come From Away was a sleeper hit across North America, Broadway included, but this adaptation in...Read More 0
Health & WellbeingAre you experiencing a post-Christmas cholesterol level 'spike'?
"Christmas and New Year are bad for your cholesterol: Levels are 20% higher after the festive...Read More 0
Despite the best efforts of its cast to inject some much-needed conviction into the show, this...Read More 0
Health & WellbeingIs sleep apnoea a risk factor for dementia?
"Sleep apnoea may contribute to dementia by starving the brain of oxygen at night, suggests...Read More 0
Health & WellbeingProbiotics 'may help strengthen bones' in older adults
"Elderly people should take probiotics to preserve their bones," claims the Mail Online,...Read More 0
CLUB 43 JAZZ SUPPER CLUB
: Francis House unveils its Festival of Trees with a little help from Kirsty Howard and Mike Swee...
50 and Looking
Related Blog Posts
18 Nov 2019Seven Things that Can Go Wrong with a...
9 Nov 2019Time to lose that extra weight, start...
8 Nov 2019How to choose a criminal defense atto...