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Trip to the House of Commons

Someone recently asked me whether I got nervous before speaking at events. I would have done in my pre dementia life but amazingly I don’t any more. 1,111 more words

Raising Awareness

What’s new in administrative justice, July 2015

Parliament

The Education and Academies Bill began its passage through Parliament, with Second Reading on 22 June and Committee stage commencing on 30 June. The Bill aims to expedite the process of converting struggling schools into academies. 806 more words

Administrative Justice

Tracks through the Landscape: Land Plans, Sections and Books of Reference

This blog is written by NRM archive volunteers Jack Garside and Tania Parker 

Our collection of land plans, sections has recently been made accessible through our library archive service, … 371 more words

Collections

A brave mum and ADSG member shares her story of a genetic condition - Dopa Responsive Dystonia

One of the ADSG members and her daughter both live with Dopa Responsive Dystonia. Thank you to Kylie for helping to raise awareness for this condition. 172 more words

Transport research agenda

As promised, I am posting our research agenda from the last academic year. This has been revised every year since we established our undergraduate research program more than a decade ago. 436 more words

Academe

Dairy Farmers’ Management of Fenced Riparian Areas: A Canterbury, New Zealand Case Study.

Throughout the year, we will focus some of the blog entries on current research that our Masters students are undertaking. Our first student is Abi Mark who is currently undertaking a Master of Water Resource Management and is being supervised by two members of our staff – Simon Swaffield and Wendy McWilliam. 198 more words

Student's Work

Welcome to July

First a disclaimer. I will be posting some news from the first week of July. Some of it is scary. Everyone is safe, everyone is healthy. 305 more words

Research