Early Learning Centre

12 Dec 18
Thrive Global

Women in tech become a source of inspiration for future generations of girls looking to embrace the opportunities the world of technology can offer.

12 Dec 18
NACCHO Aboriginal Health News Alerts

Picture above staff Santa Xmas Party at Wuchopperen ACCHO Cairns 1.1 National :  1.1 National :  Our CEO Pat Turner launches AIHW 4th Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) and is interviewed by Speaking Out 1.2 National : Pat Turner Scholarship winners announced 1.3 National : NACCHO launches all AGM speaker and sponsor interview on NACCHO TV 2.1 NSW : […]

12 Dec 18
Rendezvous with Life.....

It is said, “You can walk anywhere in Old Town and be following in the footsteps of kings and queens, invading armies, religious radicals, dissenters, murderers, the condemned or the celebrated.” I was therefore, more than looking forward to the SANDEMANs Walking Tour with the hope of learning plenty, over the two and half hours […]

12 Dec 18
Learning (the) French

We like France very much, but like every country it has its strengths and its problems. On the positive side the people are incredibly courteous and polite. It’s a very beautiful country with stunning mountains and wild places. And the food and wine are very nearly as good as the French would have you believe. […]

12 Dec 18
Fran's Lands

Cape Town is great for physical fitness and outdoor adventuring, but few know its trophy hunting (and other) secrets. The last 6 weeks I interned in Africa’s largest newsroom while getting crazy into fitness and learning about trophy hunting. I was quite surprised by what I encountered. As a writer for the Sunday Times, I […]

12 Dec 18
KAKAKI NEWSPOT

Three Nigerian academics, Dr. Daniel Akinyele, Dr. Ayansina Ayanlade and Dr. Adanna Hneri-Ukoha have been named by the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) as beneficiaries of research Grants in Climate Change Science. Three other academics from across Africa, Dr. Lindani Ncube of South Africa, Dr. Timothy Dube of Zimbabwe and Dr Muhire Innocent of […]

12 Dec 18
psycho.master13

12th December 2018   Allan N. Schore (20.02.1943-) Schore was born in New York into a very emphatic family, where emotions were openly expressed (Palombo, Bendicsen & Koch, 2009). He inherited his natural curiosity and his fascination to science from his father who was a chemical engineer, a scientist, an inventor, a translator, a polymath. […]

12 Dec 18
prosporma58 site

Essay Writing Center. The Student Essay Writing Center provides you with help and advice in an easy-to-read and understandable format. Essay writing can be difficult Successful methods of composing an essay are various, but some practices of good writers are almost invariable: They start writing early, even before they think they are “ready” to write, […]

12 Dec 18
U-Knight

It’s time to Warm Up Hamilton! The Christians in Society are accepting donations of new or gently used coats, sleeping bags, hats, mitts, and anything else that is in good repair that could be used to stay warm this winter. Please bring in your items by December 14th. All of the donations will be given […]

12 Dec 18
Entertaining WE

© Getty Images Talking Cricket Nasser Hussain looks at the state of the world (and English) game Interview by Scott Oliver | December 12, 2018 In a Test career spanning 96 matches, 45 of which he spent as a widely admired England captain, Nasser Hussain was renowned for his forthright views, a trait carried into…

12 Dec 18
More UK News

Image copyright PA Image caption Finance Secretary Derek Mackay started the day at the Edinburgh city centre St James Centre development Scottish Finance Secretary Derek Mackay has set out his plans for tax and spending for the year ahead at Holyrood. What are the big ideas and spending commitments? Scottish budget: Higher earner income tax […]

12 Dec 18
eastleedsproject

ELP Director Kerry Harker speaks at the MAP Community Day, Leeds Corn Exchange Kerry was a guest speaker, and the following text was the speech she gave in support of MAP’s attempts to fundraise to secure Hope House as their permanent venue. It’s hopefully a given that any large city like Leeds, with the cultural […]

12 Dec 18

Artificial intelligence (AI) will free up solicitors from lower-level work to carry out more complex tasks, a new report from the Solicitors Regulation Authority has said. The report, Technology and legal services, suggests that rapid developments in AI will mostly be focused on back-office functions. “This will allow solicitors to focus on more complex parts […]

12 Dec 18
Oliver McManus

  For the first project of Year Two we were tasked with creating an educational resource for children aged 5-11. I created the brand “BIG PINK PIG” with a central character, namely the Big Pink Pig, for an array of domino-based games.   Prior to settling on this idea I had an initial brainstorm for […]

12 Dec 18
Tom Davies/loustefari

Vestli lies in a wooded landscape at the edge of East Oslo, nestled between the City’s greenbelt and a Golf Course and school, leading up to the Old Road to Trondheim. For the passing motorist, the defining feature is Vestli’s iconic terraced concrete blocks described by the builders as representing their Star Wars epoch, which are […]

12 Dec 18
The Guard | Le Gardien

By Catherine Villeneuve, The Guard – The ever-popular Take Our Kids to Work Day event was held this year on 14 November at Connaught Range and Primary Training Centre (CRPTC). And as per usual, the wide variety of entities and organizations on display provided exceptional programming to the Grade 9/Secondaire 3 students participating. Serving CAF […]