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Number 19: A triple Cheltenham Festival winner that belied his Champion Hurdle odds for the legendary Dessie Hughes

Number 19: A triple Cheltenham Festival winner that belied his Champion Hurdle odds for the legendary Dessie Hughes

1 day ago   |   The Sun

WITH the Cheltenham Festival now 19 days away, the Sun Racing team will be bringing you their ‘Festival 50' every day between now and 10 March. We will salute the Prestbury...
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Why being green comes naturally to US Latinos

Why being green comes naturally to US Latinos

2 days ago   |   Grist

Adelina walked briskly everywhere - and never more so than on her daily errands to the open-air mercado near my aunt's house in Mexico City. My 8-year-old self would try to...
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Tell us about spring wildflowers in Europe and the UK to win £200 towards a UK/Europe stay

2 days ago   |   The Guardian

Share a tip on wildflowers and colourful displays of spring blossoms and blooms in the countryside and nature parks You may have wandered in Exmoor's hidden valleys and come...
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Could FOMO and peer pressure help save us all?

3 days ago   |   Grist

Thinking about installing solar panels, buying an electric vehicle, or eating less meat? You probably have your friends and neighbors to thank for that. A growing body of...
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New way to support MKNHS

4 days ago   |   Milton Keynes Natural History Society

Milton Keynes Natural History Society has registered with easyfundraising, a website which supports fundraising for hundreds of charities and good causes. The Society Committee...
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Tennessee flooding: 'Unprecedented' floods make homes slide into river

4 days ago   |   The Independent

'Mother Nature is really the one in charge - we simply try to manage what Mother Nature gives us'
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Best dating games: the most romantic single-player games

Best dating games: the most romantic single-player games

7 days ago   |   TechRadar

It's Valentine's Day again. That time of the year when couples can get all smugly lovey-dovey, while us single folk are sent into a self-pitying spiral of despair. But it...
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TAKE ACTION FOR NATURE AND VOLUNTEERING AT FON20

TAKE ACTION FOR NATURE AND VOLUNTEERING AT FON20

7 days ago   |   Bristol Natural History Consortium

Join the Festival of Nature Team at two special one of events ahead of the main festival programme coming up in Feburary and March. FESTIVAL OF NATURE PRESENTS: ACTION FOR...
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An 80's throwback valentine from your admirers at Grist

7 days ago   |   Grist

View the video in your browser Happy Valentine's Day! At Grist, our hearts are set on inspiring action to solve the climate crisis - and we couldn't do it without friends and...
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The E.U. is doing what the U.S. won't: kicking coal to the curb

The E.U. is doing what the U.S. won't: kicking coal to the curb

8 days ago   |   Grist

The European Union has undergone a pretty dramatic transformation as of late - and we're not talking about Brexit. The group of member states, which pledged as a collective to...
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Number 19: A triple Cheltenham Festival winner that belied his Champion...

Number 19: A triple Cheltenham Festival winner that belied his Champion Hurdle odds for the legendary Dessie Hughes

WITH the Cheltenham Festival now 19 days away, the Sun Racing team will be bringing you their ‘Festival 50' every day between now and 10 March. We will salute the Prestbury... Read more ...

I've had a negative relationship with exercise my entire life but Rumble...

I've had a negative relationship with exercise my entire life but Rumble Boxing completely changed my outlook - here's how it got me excited to work out

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MKNHS 2019 Photo Competition results published

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Police issue warning over HMRC scam calls

North Yorkshire Police are warning the public to be vigilant after a surge in calls from scammers claiming to be HMRC was reported overnight in the county. In most instances... Read more ...