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The Ladies’ Mile at Ardress House is one of my absolutely favourite places in Northern Ireland for an autumn walk.
However I have just spent so much time trying to convince myself that I am correct in using an apostrophe after ‘ladies’ that I have entirely forgotten what I was going to write about the mile itself.
October 30th: Concern over extent and impact of wider ‘contingency proposals’ for health cuts
Work-to-rule to continue while union organises further one-day stoppages
Unite lead officer in Northern Ireland for the health sector, Kevin McAdam expressed his disappointment with Minister Jim Wells’ statement that there would be no pay rise for health care workers under the 2014-15 Health Budget. 280 more words
The daily life of a librarian can be very varied. (And for ‘librarian’ I mean all staff who work in libraries, not just those who have library qualifications.) And not only that, but librarians working in different types of libraries can have hugely varied roles. 183 more words