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A breakfast meeting with a new colleague

A respite that’s every so fleeting

From the diseases we find ourselves treating

I sat down to talk

With a colleague, a doc

An informal at-breakfast meeting… 502 more words

Being A Doctor

New Bred Gilt Purchase

Schwartz Showpigs is excited to announce the new purchase of a bred gilt. She is a littermate to the Nebraska State Fair Reserve Grand Champion Barrow, bred to True Blue at A Cut Above Sires and is due late January. 16 more words

Special Report: A Day In The Life Of Barrow's Food Bank Volunteers

“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Everywhere you go.” – The opening line of one of dozens of Christmas songs that are circling around high street shops as we bustle to buy our “Black Friday” bargains. 707 more words

Journalism

An Uncommon Tree

Many people don’t realize this, but we have palm trees here in Barrow. That’s right. Palm trees. Case in point, these beautiful specimens right here. They can be found in a fish camp just North of the college. 20 more words

Alaska

Guest Blog from Action Atomic Weapons Eradication

Now’s the time to take action against Trident replacement

Trident is one of those campaigning issues that can sometimes feel just a bit too big; our politicians seem intent on holding onto their WMD’s, and there doesn’t seem to be very much we can do to stop them. 968 more words

Ban Nuclear

Axing tourism grant is 'illogical and ill-conceived'

The chairman of Cumbria Tourism has criticised the county council for axing its £89,500 annual funding.

Eric Robson, chairman of the Staveley based tourist board, described the move as ‘illogical and ill-conceived’. 70 more words

NewsDesk

Barrow 1 - 2 Chorley

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Chorley bounced back from last week’s defeat to Boston United to win 2-1 away at Barrow in the Lancashire Challenge Trophy on Tuesday.

Manager Garry Flitcroft made eight changes to the squad ahead of Saturday’s key return fixture at Boston in the league. 258 more words

Chorley