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The Oxford Opera Society presents Scenes in Concert.
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The Oxford Opera Society presents Scenes in Concert.

A review by Julia Gasper The Oxford Opera Society put on its inaugural event on Monday 26th November at the Church of St Michael’s at the Northgate. This enterprising group of young musicians have many […]

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Commercial Partner Matt Cormack with Head of the Energy and Utilities team at Ward Hadaway, Mark Whitehead
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Ward Hadaway helps secure funding for major renewable energy plant in North East

  A major biogas generation facility is set to make a major contribution to renewable energy in the North East.   Wardley Biogas has received £17m of funding to construct a new plant at Follingsby […]

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Europe, Innovation, Technology, Travel

Ports as Energy Centres 

DP World Column During the age of coal, huge bulk carriers and colliers crisscrossed the globe, transporting anthracite and lignite. Of course, as the world weans itself off coal – with more and more sources […]

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Prokofiev’s WAR AND PEACE by Welsh National Opera at New Theatre, Oxford.

A review by Julia Gasper It was a daunting undertaking to make an opera out of Tolstoy’s epic novel, both because of its gigantic scale and its immense reputation and prestige. Prokofiev started it in […]

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Nicholas Newman publishes two new reports on European renewables

Today, energy journalist Nicholas Newman releases two reports on the renewable energy sector in Europe. One report covers the wind sector and the other report, the solar sector. Both reports, are free to download. These reports describe […]

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Explore the world by motorcycle – but don’t forget the comfy seat

by Philip Hunt   Oxford, Sept 2018. Overland Event at the end of August 2018, in Hill End camp near Oxford, was inspiring and mundane in equal proportions. Inspiring because it brought together the largest […]

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Business, Education, Europe, Innovation, Interviews, Research

Interested in a career at a start-up?

Want to work at a start-up? 10 phrases you should never say during an interview   In recent years, start-ups have undoubtedly become increasingly attractive for younger workers. According to an online survey, more than […]

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Brussels, Europe, France, Heritage

Battle-damaged jacket proved to be from Waterloo

Researchers at Cranfield University have validated the authenticity of a jacket worn by a British Army officer at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815. The red military jacket, which is over two hundred years old […]

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Europe

              A VERY SPANISH SCANDAL

By  Graham Salter   In Madrid, the government has fallen. Mired in corruption, Mariano Rajoy has vacated the Palacio Moncloa, leaving the Socialists, under Pedro Sánchez, to assume the reins of power. How did this […]

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Europe, Events, Sport

Scammed Football Fans Pay Ten Times the Price for Fraudulent 2018 FIFA World Cup Tickets

29 May, 2018   Kaspersky Lab experts have identified phishing emails from fraudsters offering users the chance to snap up much sought after ‘guest’ tickets to the 2018 FIFA World Cup – but at a […]

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