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Newcastle barber shop owner and OSMO ambassador Tom Baxter from Tom Baxter Hair has been eagerly awaiting the news that salons can reopen. With just a few hours left to wait, the 4th July could not come quick enough and Tom will return in full force for a full 24...
People who just want to grill can now get grilling on a unique creation from the maestro's of grill greatness. King of Fire is the result of a challenge between a group of friends who wanted to create “the world’s best barbecue” by combining their engineering and marketing skills. And the...
A remarkable 80-year-old retired village bobby, who started running five years ago, is pounding the beat on lanes of Tyneside to raise funds for Bright Red, a charity for people in the North with blood cancer. Wilf Laidler from Killingworth has started his mammoth running programme and intends to complete...
Biodiversity: “the variety of plant and animal life in the world or in a particular habitat”. Few places on Earth, outside the rainforest, have as much biodiversity as a well tended English garden. Gardeners are almost addicted to packing in as many exotic and native species as possible, we love...
Newcastle’s Ouseburn area was often heralded as the city's most cultural sector, in the old days before The Corona.  Situated moments outside the city, lay a trail of unique pubs and bars, perfect for a day of quirky drinking along the Tyne.  Ouseburn Trail started at Nancy’s Bordello, around...
Newcastle's celebrity barber shop owner, Tom Baxter, has joined the International Hair Alliance (IHA) to support fellow hairdressers during the lockdown, and provide you at home with hair advice Tom is the go-to barber for people off the telly, like Geordie Shore stars and premiership footballers, and he's founded IHA...
True Student Accommodation is hosting puppy parties during exam season to help students unwind. To combat exam stress, residents at true Student accommodation around the UK are being treated to a puppy party. During these events, puppies are brought into the accommodation for students to play with to help lower...
There was a time when getting a fix of nicotine meant taking a pinch of black, powdered tobacco and inhaling it up the nose! The so-called “snuff” habit shot to popularity in London after the Great Plague of 1665–1666 because people believed the black powdery substance contained healing properties....
Joanne B Kaar's new and ongoing project takes inspiration from aprons in all their various forms, and she is sharing your stories and photos on her blog for all to enjoy. If you have any classic aprons, house dresses, wrap aprons, housecoats, ‘dusters' or pinnies, either worn now, stashed in...
The world has drastically transformed in the last two centuries, and yet the manner in which academic institutions prepare us for our professional careers has remained stagnant. It is still fixated on the needs of an industrial age, a learning structure that is very much outdated and questionable for...

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