• Migrant benefits to be tightened
    Migrant benefits to be tightened - The UK is to cut from six to three months the amount of time out-of-work EU migrants can claim benefits without realistic job prospects. [BBC Politics] […]
  • China regulators in Microsoft visit
    China regulators in Microsoft visit - Microsoft confirms that officials from the Chinese regulatory body responsible for enforcing business laws have visited some of its offices. [BBC Business] […]
  • Cancer blood test moves step closer
    Cancer blood test moves step closer - A British team of researchers has developed what might be a simple blood test for cancer, scientists from the University of Bradford say. [BBC Health] […]
  • One-shot cancer therapy gets NHS nod
    One-shot cancer therapy gets NHS nod - A pioneering breast cancer treatment that replaces weeks of radiotherapy with a single, targeted shot is set to be offered on the NHS. [BBC Health] […]
  • UK economy back at pre-crisis level
    UK economy back at pre-crisis level - The UK economy grew 0.8% in the second quarter and has now recovered the ground lost since the downturn began in 2008, according to official figures. [BBC Business] […]
  • China signs Venezuela oil deal
    China signs Venezuela oil deal - Chinese President Xi Jinping has signed an oil deal with Venezuela, as part of a four-day tour of Latin America. [BBC Business] […]
  • Independent advice for new pensioners
    Independent advice for new pensioners - Savers will receive free independent guidance as part of a move to give unfettered access to their pension funds from next year, the government says. [BBC Business] […]
  • UK to post 'strongest growth in G7'
    UK to post 'strongest growth in G7' - The UK economy will grow faster in 2014 than any other G7 state, while low wage rises will keep interest rates at 0.5% until next year, says a report. [BBC Politics] […]
  • Parliament passes emergency data law
    Parliament passes emergency data law - Emergency laws enabling the police to continue to access records of phone and internet use is set to become law. [BBC Politics] […]
  • Cities 'should generate energy'
    Cities 'should generate energy' - Cities should invest in green energy production to compete with the main UK energy suppliers, the IPPR think tank suggests. [BBC Business] […]
  • Diving In to Social Media
    Paul didn’t know much about social media, but when it came time to publicize his club’s global “swimarathon,” he dove right in. Using a combination of social media tools, Paul got over 200 Rotary clubs on six continents to join the marathon, raised more than $100,000 for polio eradication, and attracted 16 new members. […]
  • The Rotary Foundation receives coveted 4-star rating from Charity Navigator
    The Rotary Foundation earned a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, the largest and most prestigious independent evaluator of nonprofits in the United States. The 4-star rating, the highest that Charity Navigator awards, recognizes sound fiscal management and commitment to accountability and transparency. Charity Navigator evaluates thousands of nonprofits […]
  • Solutions for your website issues
    Since the website launched at the end of August, more than 27,000 people created an account on My Rotary. We have been working to correct several issues you may have encountered while using the new website. If you still have problems, please send us an email. And as always, thank you for your patience and support. Member access denied To access the tools and […]
  • Have an idea for a convention breakout session?
    Are you interested in leading a breakout session during the 2014 Rotary International Convention in Sydney? Proposals are being accepted through 21 October. Whether you want to share your project success story, discuss strategies for strengthening membership, or hold a roundtable on fundraising ideas, we invite you to submit your great idea  about the sessio […]
  • September classes on My Rotary
    Webinars Lifecycle of a Service Project (Part 1): Overview and Introduction Plan a successful, sustainable service project with the resources and information you’ll gain from our new five-part series. The first session will help you understand the lifecycle of a service project, from planning and locating resources to promoting the project and evaluating its […]
  • Engineering sustainable water solutions in Latin America
    Perched in the rugged mountains of central Ecuador, the village of Tingo Pucará seems an unlikely place for artistic inspiration to strike. But Tony Riggio never leaves his camera behind—and his photos of Tingo Pucará illustrate what can happen when Rotary members and young people team up on a water project. Riggio has been leading youth expeditions to Centr […]
  • Rotary approves $500,000 emergency grant for Somalia
    Rotary has approved a $500,000 Rapid Response grant to the World Health Organization (WHO) to address a recent polio outbreak in Somalia. The outbreak occurred in the Banadir region of Somalia, where a large number of children had not been vaccinated against polio due to inaccessibility.  As of 14 August, 110 cases of wild poliovirus have been reported in th […]
  • What’s new about the Rotary website? Everything!
    Welcome to your new Rotary website. We’ve heard from many corners that Rotary needs a faster, improved website that makes it easy to find what you’re looking for and helps you get your Rotary business done.  We listened – and we hope you’re as excited as we are about its clean, modern look and state-of-the-art features. The site reflects valuable input from […]
  • Witnesses to history
    The first Rotary club in Ukraine was chartered in 1992, mere months after the formal dissolution of the Soviet Union. Twenty years later, young people have embraced Rotary through 24 Rotaract clubs across the country. While many of them focus on the challenges facing Ukraine today, members of the Rotaract Club of Kyiv Multinational – one of four in the capit […]
  • Why Rotary?
    You’ll find Rotary clubs in small towns and big cities across the globe. It’s where like-minded professionals and community leaders come together to exchange ideas, take action, and make new friends. See why Rotary is their choice–and why you should make it yours–for creating positive change at home and around the world.  […]
  • Bedsit Accommodation Rental Suit Single Professional Person. High Wycombe, Bucks £390 PCM
    Bedsit Suit Single Professional Person. High Wycombe, Bucks Own Kitchen.Near Town Centre, includes Council Tax and Water Rates. Parking available. Tel 01494 527046 […]
  • 2 Bed Flat High Wycombe Bucks £775 pcm
    A two bedroom first floor apartment offered in good condition throughout. The apartment is within walking distance of the town centre and train station and benefits from; entrance hall. lounge/diner. Kitchen with appliances. Double and single bedroom both with fitted wardrobes. Bathroom with electric shower. Ample parking. Communal gardens. Unfurnished Avail […]
  • One Bedroom Flat High Wycombe West Side £590 PCM
    Available , a first floor 1 bedroom flat in a purpose built block. The property benefits from entrance hall, lounge, double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and separate kitchen with electric cooker, fridge and washer/dryer. The property has economy 7 heating and ample parking. Unfurnished. 1 Bedroom Tel: 01494 521234 […]
  • 2 Bed Flat High Wycombe Bucks £715 pcm NOW LET
    NOW LET 2 bed first floor apartment situated on the west side of High Wycombe town centre and within walking distance of the town centre, bus and train station. The property consists of entrance hall, lounge/diner, kitchen with appliances, double and single bedroom both with fitted wardrobes, bathroom with electric shower, ample parking and communal gardens. […]
  • One Bedroom Flat High Wycombe West Side £625 PCM NOW LET
    NOW LET A well presented 2nd floor, 1 bedroom flat in a popular, purpose built development on Wycombe's west side within walking distance of High Wycombe's town centre. The accommodation comprises of lounge, fitted kitchen with appliances, double bedroom with mirror fronted fitted wardrobe and bathroom with electric shower. The property also benefi […]
  • Clifton Lodge Hotel (Hotel Accommodation)
    210 West Wycombe Road, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire,HP12 3AR Telephone 01494 440095 Website http://www.cliftonlodgehotel.co.uk […]
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    If you are thinking of getting a divorce Contact us on http://www.divorcegetting.co.uk […]
  • Probate Solicitors
    What is probate? When a person dies somebody has to deal with their estate (money property and possessions left) by collecting in all the money, paying any debts and distributing what is left to those people entitled to it. Probate is the court’s authority; given to a person or persons to administer a deceased person’s estate and the document issued by the P […]
  • Clifton Lodge Hotel High Wycombe Bucks
    Clifton Lodge Hotel High Wycombe Bucks Tel 01494 440095 www.cliftonlodgehotel.co.uk […]
  • Gabbitas Robins Marlow Buckinghamshire
    Gabbitas Robins Website http://www.gabbitasrobins.co.uk/ The Old House, West Street, Marlow, Bucks, SL7 2LX Tel: 01628 472600 Fax: 01628 484391 […]
  • Solicitors in Buckinghamshire
    Gabbitas Robins | The Old House | West Street | Marlow Bucks SL7 2LX | 01628 472600 Breakthrough Family Law Solutions | 22a High Street Chesham Buckinghamshire HP51EP Baily Gibson | 5 Station Parade Beaconsfield Bucks HP9 2PG Business Lawyers Limited | 4 Bridle Gate High Wycombe Bucks HP11 2JH B P Collins | Collins House 32-38 Station Road Gerrards Cross SL9 […]
  • Warren Wood Investigations – June 2014
    In June AIM members visited the Warren Wood site on the 1st, 15th and 29th. Trench 9 was cleaned up and stakes were inserted where archaeology ended and natural geology commenced, along the trench at 1 metre intervals. Measurements were taken at each stake to confirm the exact measurement between the surface of the trench […] Related posts: Warren Wood Inves […]
  • Newsletter April 2014
    Newsletter 2014 April Related posts: Newsletter February 2014 Newsletter 2014 Feb... Warren Wood Investigations – March & April 2014 We commenced our investigations in 2014 on the 30th of... Newsletter June 2013 Newsletter 2013 June... YARPP powered by AdBistroPowered by […]
  • Warren Wood Investigations – March & April 2014
    We commenced our investigations in 2014 on the 30th of March. A total of 13 AIM members and visiting volunteers visited our trench at Warren Wood on the 30th and the 6th of April. Unfortunately our planned visit on the 20th of April was cancelled due to heavy and persistent rain.   On the 30th of […] Related posts: Warren Wood Investigations – October & […]
  • Newsletter February 2014
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  • Newsletter December 2013
    Newsletter 2013 Dec Related posts: Newsletter June 2013 Newsletter 2013 June... Newsletter 2013 August Newsletter 2013 August... Newsletter 2013 October Newsletter 2013 October... YARPP powered by AdBistroPowered by […]
  • Newsletter 2013 October
    Newsletter 2013 October Related posts: Newsletter June 2013 Newsletter 2013 June... Newsletter 2013 August Newsletter 2013 August... Newsletter December 2013 Newsletter 2013 Dec... YARPP powered by AdBistroPowered by […]
  • Warren Wood Investigations – October & November 2013
    Since September, a total of 12 AIM members and visiting volunteers visited our trench at Warren Wood on the 27th of October and the 10th of November to help with excavations (our planned visit on the 13th of October was cancelled due to heavy and persistent rain). We were delighted to welcome Phil Andrews a […] Related posts: Warren Wood Investigations – Sep […]
  • Recent Investigations in South Oxfordshire’
    David Oliver is the Chairman of the South Oxfordshire Archaeological Group; on the 14th November he spoke about SOAG’s recent investigations and developments in a number of sites across South Oxfordshire. SOAG was founded in 1969, since when it has undertaken a number of investigations, sometimes with input from professional archaeologists, including the fif […]
  • A visit to RAF Halton’s Museum and WWI Training Trenches
    RAF Halton Museum A group organised by Mike Hyde under the auspices of Marlow Museum visited RAF Halton in October. This huge base near Wendover originated from a gift of land immediately prior to the First World War by Alfred Rothschild whose 19th century mansion, Halton House, is now used as the Officers’ Mess. Our […] No related posts. […]
  • Excavating Spitalfields – The Story of a Global Disaster
    Don Walker is a Senior Human Osteologist at Museum of London Archaeology. For many years excavations have been continuing in the area of the priory/hospital of St Mary’s Spital Without Bishopsgate.  There was a Roman cemetery, just outside the city walls, probable water use of this sacred ground and in 1197 the establishment of the […] Related posts: The Wal […]