Rich in history and natural beauty, Wales has a living Celtic culture distinct to the rest of the UK. Travelers are attracted to Wales because of its beautiful landscape, including the mountains and coast of its stunning national parks, the wealth of history and large number of imposing castles. Here are 8 reasons why you […]
The summer’s here, so we thought it was a good time to start planning a few trips around the country! Edinburgh Castle Overlooking the historic Scottish capital, Edinburgh castle has dominated the city’s skyline for centuries. There has been a royal castle on the site since the 12th century, with the rock itself having been […]
Management/Leadership is something that a lot of companies seem to take the “set it and forget it” approach with. But times are always changing. Your business is changing, your clients are changing, and the way you communicate with one another is changing too. With that in mind, it only makes sense that your managers should […]
Ireland beat Australia to secure victories over the ‘big three’ southern hemisphere teams in the same year for the first time ever. Source BBC Sport – Sport http://ift.tt/2fliBag
On May 31 2014 Carl Froch defeated bitter rival George Groves. Here is Tris Dixon’s ringside report The post On this day Carl Froch knocks out George Groves at Wembley Stadium appeared first on Boxing News.
It was 40 years ago, on April 1, 1976, that three men signed a contract that would go down in history. “WHEREAS,” it read, “Mr. Stephen G. Wozniak (hereinafter referred to as WOZNIAK), Mr. Steven P. Jobs (hereinafter referred to as JOBS), and Mr. Ronald G. Wayne (hereinafter referred to as WAYNE), all residents of…
Matt Christie reflects on the merits of Joe Calzaghe’s boxing career as he turns 44 The post On This Day: Joe Calzaghe was born in 1972 appeared first on .
On March 4 2006 Joe Calzaghe sealed his defining victory. Relive the magnificent night with Claude Abrams original ringside report The post On This Day: Joe Calzaghe dominates Jeff Lacy appeared first on .
By Rebecca Jackson Recording the everyday goings on in our lives has almost become second nature, without most of us even thinking about it. Constant updates on Twitter or Facebook act as a personal archive in a digital age. Events we attend often result in photos being uploaded, tagged, liked and shared; while the advent […]