Charm and Vino da Gino

Modernisation seems to be an unrelenting force in the businesses of today, with each restaurant and café rolling out the brushed steel and edgy, experimental ingredients in the hope of captivating an ever more demanding public. Gino’s, however, is comfortably settled in an untouched pocket of Gloucester Green, and could conceivably have been the sort […]

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How not to look like a Twit

Paris Brown, 17 year old ex-youth and crime police commissioner, summarises a generation’s response to tweeting-before-thinking: “They just make me cringe, not because they’re offensive but because they’re stupid.” Thus, But her actions had more consequences than drunken selfies. Brown, forced to resign/fired from her role for Kent Police after her boss discovered racist, homophobic […]

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Hope in a Barren Land

A phrase I often heard during the time I spent visiting the Dabane Trust: “We begin with water”. The Trust is a local Christian Aid partner organisation working with rural communities in arid parts of Zimbabwe who are struggling to grow crops as a result of limited water supplies. Dabane Trust’s goal is to alleviate water […]

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