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KRIS BOYD IS GOING TO BE CRUCIAL FOR KILLIE

It’s been a summer of upheaval at Rugby Park. One energised performance against a tired Falkirk separated Kilmarnock and the Championship, and Lee Clark is keen on avoiding being put in the same situation again. 1,316 more words

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Detoxifying the mind

NB This article appeared in a newsletter to my yoga students earlier this year but at the time I didn’t dare to unleash it on the internet. 1,827 more words

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Bringing the niyamas to life - Saucha

The niyamas are the second limb of yoga, as outlined in Patanjali’s yoga sutras.  Along with the first limb, the yamas, these two limbs together form the ethical code of conduct that creates the foundation bedrock of the yoga path.  1,379 more words

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Remembering The Blair Witch Video Games

By Ben Wright (@iamzavagno | www.xgeeks.co.uk)

You may have heard about the movie, but did you know there was a series of games produced in 2000 that further explored the mythology of the Blair Witch? 964 more words

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Talking Points from Scottish Football

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RIGHT BACK STILL AN ISSUE FOR DUNDEE

The tribal nature of football fandom means we like to see ‘our own’ succeed. There’s a romanticism about the academy graduate breaking through the glass ceiling, establishing himself in the first-team; the feeling that the club is everything to them, like it is to us; that they get… 1,083 more words

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New Talking Points sessions in Ruthin

Talking points sessions, set up to help people’s health and well-being are now being extended to Ruthin.

In Denbighshire, Talking Points have been set up by staff in Community Support Services (incorporating social care for adults) to offer people a different way to find out what help might be available in their community to support their health and well-being. 192 more words

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Talking Points from Scottish Football

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LACK OF GOALS A CONCERN FOR ABERDEEN

There’s been a common criticism of Aberdeen over the past couple of seasons. It’s been said that the Dons are too reliant on the contribution of Adam Rooney, and that without his predatory instinct they’d labour in the search for a goal. 1,682 more words

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