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Autism Series Part 4: Deborah Lipsky

PART 4 ON SET from Angela Christoforos on Vimeo.

Autism is often associated with children, but autism is actually a life long diagnosis that stays with you through adulthood. 48 more words

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Plans scrapped for new Wemyss Bay shops

PLANNING officials have denied permission for additional shops to be built along the A78 main road, through Wemyss Bay.

The plans would see two new shops built on existing ground adjacent to the Lighthouse Flats across from the Wemyss Bay rail station, off of Shore Road. 90 more words

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UCLan Health Champions

Twenty-five UCLan students have been named Champions after their commitment to promoting healthy lifestyles to others, as part of a Public Health initiative.

The students recently completed a Royal Society of Public Health stage two qualification in Understanding Health Improvement, in addition to their university studies, and they also committed themselves to complete ten hours of voluntary work. 224 more words

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Preston Sandwich Shop Raid

The Home Office Immigration Enforcement Team has made yet another visit to Preston, arresting two men from 3 Monkeys.

Officers raided the sandwich bar after hearing a tip off, and they searched all employees for identification. 209 more words

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Tributes paid to Greenock teenager following fatal car crash

TRIBUTES have been paid to a Greenock teenager who died in hospital following a car accident on Saturday 12 April.

Alex Campbell, aged 19, passed away on Sunday morning after battling for his life due to a car accident in Port Glasgow, nearly two weeks ago. 222 more words

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Gerry Rafferty returns to the streets of Paisley

AN EXHIBITION centred on Paisley born Gerry Rafferty and his long-time colleague John Byrne is to open in the Paisley Museum, this month.

The installation, titled Bring It All Home, features a range of memorabilia left behind by Rafferty and donated by his daughter Martha. 246 more words

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Edward Snowden ushered in as Glasgow University Rector

AMERICAN whistleblower Edward Snowden has been ushered in as the new rector of Glasgow University.

Mr Snowden, currently living in asylum in Russia, accepted his new placement from a wealth of staff and students by way of video link. 317 more words

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