Articles from issue : May 2017

Business Buzz with Sarla Langdon

A look at the what, where and who of local business

Swansea’s Youthful TechnoWinners On a hot summer’s afternoon, over 15 years ago, I entertained my client Beti Williams MBE the director of  Swansea University’s ITWALES initiative, to tea in my garden along with her colleague Caralinda Jefferies. We talked about

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‘Cooking with love’ with Keith Squires

Over 100 Vegetarian and Vegan Recipes

Inspired by Ayurveda “Cooking with Love” is the new recipe book packed with over 100 delicious vegetarian and vegan recipes that have been heavily influenced by Keith Squires’ background in herbalism and Ayurvedic medicine. Keith has catered for 1000s of

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LIZ HINDS IS AN EXPERIENCED AUTHOR IN BOTH CHRISTIAN AND SECULAR PUBLICATIONS. THIS MONTH LIZ LOOKS AT TODAY’S OBSESSION WITH PERFECTION In Japan today there are craftsmen who still practise the 500-year-old art of kintsugi. Broken pottery is repaired using

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Dig it with Fulke Andel

Gardening advice for the new (and not so new) gardener

April, although nice and sunny, provided us with a number of late frosts. Thankfully I didn’t lose any of my tender plants, through the judicial use of newspaper ‘hats’ – to protect them overnight. Who’d have thought the art of

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Aston Martin Start Their Own Welsh Assembly  6 April 2017, St Athan: Aston Martin hosted a special ceremony that launched Phase II of the redevelopment of MOD St Athan. The former military site was formally handed over from the Ministry

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Fix my Spine with Iona Collins

Iona Collins MBBS, BMedsSci(Hons), MRCS, FRC(Orth), Consultant Spinal Surgeon and founder of the website:

Butter fingers? Is your nickname Klutz? Then Read on!… Most people equate spinal problems with pain of some kind, such as “sciatica”, a “bad back” or a “bad neck”. We may complain of stiffness, or crunching noises when we move

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Culinary Causerie

With Lesley Williams and Sarla Langdon

Pier Pleasure with Lesley Williams Oh how often I have complained that although I fancy a fish and chip supper, I don’t want to eat them out of paper, where the crispy batter has steamed into a soggy coating. Hurrah!

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