Monthly Archives: April 2013

The WWRL Newsletter for April 2013 is Now Available to Download

With the weather warming up, it finally feels like spring is here. So far this year the Words Worth Reading team has been rushed off their feet in both their UK and French offices, with lots of Information Governance Toolkit … Continue reading

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The Royal College of Nursing Demand Minimum Staffing Levels to be Set

After The Royal College of Nursing’s annual conference this week, they have published a survey to see the profession’s view of Government reforms. The Royal College of Nursing has branded parts of the government’s plans to reform the profession as … Continue reading

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The Government Raises The Minimum Wage By Nearly 2%

Business leaders demanded the freeze of the national minimum wage, but this was rejected today by the Government which raised its level by nearly two per cent. The rate will rise by 12p to £6.31 an hour in October for … Continue reading

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Iain Dale is to release a new version of his book about the Iron Lady

In 2000, Iain Dale published the title Memories of Maggie: A Portrait of Margaret Thatcher. Now he is releasing it again with a foreword by Prime Minister David Cameron. Dale, who attended Baroness Thatcher’s funeral yesterday (17th April) along with … Continue reading

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Villains: The Latest Competition from Writers & Artists

‘Villains’ is the theme for the latest competition from Writers & Artists. They want you to take inspiration from the most famous villains, from the likes of Captain Hook, Voldemort and Sauron. For a chance to win, you must submit a … Continue reading

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Celebrate World Book Night on 23rd April 2013

World Book Night 2013 is being celebrated up and down the country and in Ireland on 23rd April. It is an opportunity for famous authors and those who love books to celebrate their passion for reading together. This year’s titles … Continue reading

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Where can I find my nearest Graduate Fair?

Yes, it is that time of year again…Time to put the dates of some Graduate Fairs in your diary. Before you plan too much for the summer ahead, it is a great idea to consider what a Graduate Fair can … Continue reading

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Southampton Graduate Recruitment Fair 2013

Believe it or not, the summer is fast approaching, and now is the time to decide what to do with all that time you will have on your hands once the exam season passes! Many Universities, such as Southampton, offer … Continue reading

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Great Success for the first Self-Publishing Conference

Sunday 24th March 2013 marked the first ever Self-Publishing Conference, hosted by the Self Publishing Magazine and sponsored by great names such as Matador, Smithy Publicity, The Writers’ Workshop and TJ International. The day bought authors and writing experts together to … Continue reading

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The summer exam season is fast approaching, so here are some tips to help you through

With the Easter Holidays drawing to a close, it can only mean one thing… the start of exam season for University students. But don’t worry, we have some helpful advice that will help you breeze those exams and enjoy your … Continue reading

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