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ONBG meeting, April 2015

Nine of us gathered in Steeple Aston to share lunch, exchange beekeeping experiences, and inspect a Warré hive in a back garden apiary on what turned out to be a very sunny afternoon in mid-April. 1,287 more words

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Where the Magic Happens...

Wow!  Things are really coming together!

Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been chipping away at the paperwork needed for the state inspection, working with local distributors to find out what good stuff they have for me to cook with, and equipping the space to be ready to produce confections! 400 more words

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Improving food safety

BRITT, Iowa –  On Monday, two egg executives were sentenced in Iowa.  Austin “Jack” DeCoster and his son Peter, are being held responsible for a salmonella outbreak impacting thousands in 2010. 147 more words

Iowa

What Buyers Should Know About Home Inspections


For many first-time buyers, buying a home can be a scary experience. They know they’ll be maintaining or improving a home with little to no maintenance experience, so the solution is to buy a home in perfect condition. 28 more words

Expert’s take on improving Ofsted’s practice

In our 60th issue of Governors’ Agenda (pages 17 – 20, Quo Vadis, Ofsted), published on-line in January 2015, we mentioned that Birmingham’s former Chief Education Officer and the ex-Commissioner for Education in London, Sir Tim Brighouse, said that the time had come to “give greater respect and trust to schools by shifting the balance of inspection to a rigorous self-evaluation which could be “externally scrutinised and validated”. 584 more words

Issue 61-Summer 2015

Building structural integrity & failure: problems, inspections, damages, defects, testing, diagnosis, repair

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Structural integrity and failure is an aspect of engineering which deals with the ability of a structure to support a designed load (weight, force, etc…) without breaking, tearing apart, or collapsing, and includes the study of breakage that has previously occurred in order to prevent failures in future designs. 2,742 more words

Education

Let's Make a Deal

The Obama administration’s deal with Iran is not only looking worse and worse with every Iranian pronouncement, it’s looking less and less like a deal at all. 520 more words

Politics