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71. learning | 05 May 2013
Easy reading website
» Bookbox is a high quality website featuring animated and rather easy stories. Each story has English subtitles to make them super-easy to follow and you often have a choice of British or American English.
72. news | 29 Nov 2013
» French Top 14 clubs on Thursday confirmed their intention to stay loyal to next season's European Cup with the proviso that English clubs also competed in the European Rugby Cup-run competition.
73. news | 31 Oct 2013
» World rugby supremo Bernard Lapasset has warned English and French clubs wishing to form a breakaway European club competition that they do not have the right to impose their will on other leagues reluctant to join them.
74. business | 28 Oct 2013
BRIDGING THE GAP
» We learn and grow from feedback. Feedback comes from various forms including work, self-reflection and other people.
75. news | 08 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: Spectrum
» With the advancements in technology, many of us have accumulated assets in new forms and places that we may be inclined to overlook. However, these are just as important as old-fashioned cold hard cash to preserve and ha...
76. learning | 08 Jun 2013
» Talent's Got Talent has its good points. A Pattani musician's powerful plea for an end to the Southern violence is deservedly winning high praise. (Includes video plus Thai/English transcript)
77. learning | 08 Dec 2012
» To scholars, the ancient beads discovered in Chumphon are important clues to understanding our region’s history. To many others, however, they are a source of quick wealth.
78. lifestyle | 30 Oct 2013
» Motivational speaker Maarten van der Weijden speaks from the heart when he says medicine was the only thing that helped him fight leukaemia and that his winning of a gold medal at the Beijing Olympics, while recuperating...
79. learning | 06 Feb 2012
About the law
» With removal from US watch list as goal, govt drive to end trafficking & forced labour of children (in seafood industry, as maids, in prostitution, pornography, working with boilers, heavy objects, metal pressing)
80. business | 26 Nov 2013
LEADING THE WAY
Newspaper section: Business
» Three things are clear from the PwC Global CEO Survey in 2013: the threats facing chief executive officers are coming from all directions; they're coming harder and faster; and they're coming in more subtly varie...