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Yes Kirkconnel & Kelloholm Yes Kirkconnel & Kelloholm : Yes Kirkcudbright     Thank-you Herald for printing the truth!!
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Yes Sanquhar Yes Sanquhar : Yes Kirkcudbright     Thank-you Herald for printing the truth!!
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The Northumberland Church of England Academy The Northumberland Church of England Academy :         NCEA Business and Economics students were invited along to Astley High School to participate in a talk and Question and Answer session with Andrew G. Haldane, the Chief Economist and the Executive Director of Monetary Analysis and Statistics at the Bank of England. Time Magazine named Andrew as amongst the World’s most 100 influential people. This was a unique opportunity and was made available through an invite from Astley High School’s Head of Sixth Form and the ‘Speakers 4 Schools’ initiative.

Cameron Kirk in Year 13 said ‘it was insightful and he was really engaged in speaking with the young people’. Jessica Ritchie commented that she was really impressed that due to his busy schedule he took time out to speak to each of us individually and asked what our next steps were going to be with regards to our future.

It was a great day and students were really fortunate to have this opportunity to speak to someone who is at the forefront of Economic policy. He gave a truly inspirational speech and spoke to all our Business students individually.

Business Studies Department.

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Andrew Young Andrew Young : Thought this might of interest to members of the group...
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RSL Rural Commemorative Youth Choir RSL Rural Commemorative Youth Choir : RSL Rural Commemorative Youth Choir     "Young and Free" was officially launched today in a moving service at St Andrew's Cathederal at the War Widow's Field of Remembance Service.
Support the RSL Rural Commemorative Youth Choir, Inc. and purchase "Young and Free" so we can continue our work spreading the ANZAC spirit to young Australians.
Purchase "Young and Free" at www.rslchoir.org.au

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Caroltalks.com Caroltalks.com : Mark Will-Weber, Author         from Mark Will-Weber , Author, Speaker, Writer
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The View From Over Here Sports Reporting The View From Over Here Sports Reporting : Canton City School District        
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Saugerties Lighthouse TV23 Saugerties Lighthouse TV23 : Often described as the quintessential “rags to riches” tale, the story of steel magnate Andrew Carnegie’s rise begins in 1835 in a small one-room home in Dunfermline, Scotland. Born into a family of destitute laborers, Carnegie received little schooling before his family emigrated to America in 1848. Arriving in Pennsylvania, the 13-year-old soon got a job in a textile mill, where he earned only $1.20 per week.

Carnegie went on to labor as a messenger boy and factory worker before eventually winning a job as a secretary and telegraph operator at the Pennsylvania Railroad. By 1859, the enterprising young worker had become superintendent of the railroad’s western division. Carnegie invested his newfound wealth in a variety of businesses including a bridgework company, a telegraph operation and—most famously—a steel mill. By the turn of the century, his Carnegie Steel Company had blossomed into an industrial empire, and Carnegie became the richest man in the world after he sold out to J.P. Morgan for $480 million. Proclaiming that, “the main who dies rich dies disgraced,” Carnegie spent his later years donating his fortune to charitable causes, eventually giving away some $350 million.

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Jean-louis Ferrafiat Jean-louis Ferrafiat : Humble Pie - I Don't Need No Doctor - 1971         A amazing Funk Show in 1971
Watch the video: video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZMmV6xXYFw

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EcoMatters Environment Trust EcoMatters Environment Trust : Growing the Future        
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School of Archaeology and Ancient History, University of Leicester School of Archaeology and Ancient History, University of Leicester :         Request from one of our staff DeirdreO'Sullivan who is trying to trace graduates involved in the St Bees Project in 1981. If you have information can you please contact Deirdre at: dmo@le.ac.uk

Folk at St Bees- I want to display this photo of the team that excavated at St Bees in 1981 in the church and to that end I am trying to get all of your names. I think I can remember all of your Christian names but not, alas, the surnames – and I appreciate that these may have changed. As I recall, you were, I think (from top left): Jim, Carolyn, Me, Leon, Pete, Chris, then Jeremy, Debra, Carole Palmer, then Beverley, Penny, Roger and Rob Young. Most of you would have graduated in 1982. So if anyone from these ancient days can help with name updates, that would be much appreciated.

John Todd has sadly passed away but Ian Mc Andrew and Dougie Sim are both very much alive and well!

Best wishes,
Deirdre O’s

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The Compass School, Haddington The Compass School, Haddington :         Congratulations to our Director of Rugby, Andrew Rose, who on Saturday led his team, Boroughmuir RFC to Scottish Cup glory as he captained them to victory in the national final at Murrayfield! Staff, children and parents were present to see him lift the cup aloft at the conclusion of a match which saw his team overwhelm Hawick by 55pts to 17. Putting in a captain's performance on the day, we were all extremely proud of Mr Rose who hopefully has inspired our young players for the future!
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