Monthly Archives: May 2013

The WWRL Newsletter For May 2013 is Now Available to Download

With the summer fast approaching it certainly looks like it will be a busy time of year for everyone in the Words Worth Reading Ltd team, and we are looking forward to the next few months ahead. To get the … Continue reading

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Publishing Company Uses Book Clubs to Find the Next Best Seller

If you are a keen reader, book clubs can be a great thing to get involved in. Often they provide different views of books selected, with members often furiously debating the merits of the book under discussion. Now Hookline Books … Continue reading

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Latest Crime Thriller by Mark Billingham is Released This Week

After a year of waiting, the next installment of the Tom Thorn novels is here. The Dying Hours, by Mark Billingham, is the most compelling crime thriller to date. This book sees detective Tom Thorn back in uniform and on … Continue reading

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The British Library has become the first to benefit from a new Cultural Gifts Scheme

The British Library has become the first institution to benefit from the Government’s new “lifetime giving” scheme after receiving manuscripts of the lyrics to The Beatles’ hit songs. The manuscripts were donated to the Library by Hunter Davies, The Beatles’ biographer, … Continue reading

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Basildon Hospital Under Scrutiny Again

Just weeks after the review began into care at Basildon University Hospital, it has now been criticised by the Health Service Ombudsman for missing opportunities to save a young disabled woman. Tina Papalabropoulos, 23, died at Basildon Hospital in 2009, … Continue reading

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Opening This Summer: A Library Without Printed Books

With the way technology is moving, we knew it wouldn’t take long, the world’s first completely paperless public library is scheduled to open this summer in Bexar County, Texas, in the United States. The library will have 100 e-readers on … Continue reading

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End of Life Care for All: e-learning Project

End of Life Care for All (e-ELCA) is an e-learning project, commissioned by the Department of Health and delivered by e-Learning for Healthcare (e-LfH) in partnership with the Association for Palliative Medicine of Great Britain and Ireland. There are over … Continue reading

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CQC Chairman says demands on A&E services are unsustainable

Care Quality Commission chairman David Prior said the level of demand on NHS accident and emergency departments in England are unsustainable. Pressures on accident and emergency departments across the NHS in England have been increasing recently. The number of patients having to … Continue reading

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Swansea University Begins Building Work on it’s New Campus

Swansea University has started building its £450m Science and Innovation campus on the outskirts of the city. Preparation on the site began in April, and the first phase is expected to be completed by the summer of 2015. The project … Continue reading

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