Month: March 2020

 While the Spring issue of WOW Singapore (issue 56) managed to catch all the fair cancellations before going to print, this is not the end of the news cycle. While the issue does address our current global situation, we focus our efforts on curating just the right kind of content for the moment. With all
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With the Foreign Office advising against all but essential overseas travel, and airlines including easyJet and Ryanair grounded all their flights, countless British holidaymakers have had their upcoming trips ruined. Thousands are now battling to get refunds and those who want to rebook for a later date are unsure when foreign travel will once again
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American icon Dolly Parton has some much-needed good news for all of us: she’ll be reading weekly bedtime stories during these difficult times. Is there anything more uplifting than Dolly Parton reading children’s books? The 10-week program called “GoodNight With Dolly” will feature Parton reading children’s books every week. The program kicks off on Thursday,
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The government has failed to work sufficiently closely with the charity sector on a coronavirus rescue package and is treating the ongoing financial crisis in the sector as an “academic exercise”, the chief executive of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations has told MPs. Speaking in a virtual meeting of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
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When you are running a car dealership, it can be hard to find the right vehicles to sell. Some people want to buy a brand new vehicle while others would settle for a used car at a reasonable price. This can make it tricky for those who want to succeed in their local area. While
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Amid a global pandemic and sharp economic slowdown, college-bound high school seniors are giving their state schools a second look. Thanks to heightened financial concerns, students and families may be more likely to choose local and less-expensive public schools rather than private universities far from home, according to Robert Franek, editor in chief of The Princeton Review
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While sporting activities around the world is either on hold, postponed or canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic we can at least, look back at those events that have given us the most joy in the past. In this post, we’ll look back at different club competitions that have pulled the most attendance. And, if
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Ready to get certified in Inbound Sales? Find your free certification course in HubSpot Academy: https://bit.ly/2MupE0u We get you have a quota to hit, but saying these things won’t help you get there. Sales success relies on building personal relationships, not reciting a one-size-fits-all sales script. While there is no right thing to say in
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While the coronavirus has upended the entire world, the fashion industry is feeling the affects hard. Over the past few weeks, the novel coronavirus outbreak has caused brands to shut down stores indefinitely, including Nike, Reformation, Everlane, Net-a-porter, and more, and post-poned the annual star-studded Met Gala event, which usually takes place in May. But
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On the Radar — It’s pretty exciting when an author like Don Winslow drops you a line. We received a letter from the author last week telling us about how he’s doing the literary equivalent of changing his event. Known for his marathon crime stories set down on the US-Mexico border, he has decided to
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Catalyst Housing has awarded Oxford charity Leys Community Development Initiative (Leys CDI) £20,000 in anchor match funding to help future proof the vital facility. The Blackbird Leys-based charity is trying to raise £73,000 to tackle poverty, deprivation and social isolation in the local community, and the demand for these essential services has grown as the
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The Virgin Orbit ventilator device. Virgin Orbit Richard Branson’s California-based rocket company Virgin Orbit partnered with medical researchers and developed a ventilator device that the company plans to mass produce and send to hospitals around the United States to fight coronavirus. “[It is] a very, very simple and robust design that we can get out to
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The typical Brit has never washed their pillow, and a whopping 20 per cent of the nation is sleeping on an unwashed pillow that they’ve had for five or more years. In fact, 41 per cent of the country is sleeping on a dirty pillow, the nationwide study by Silentnight’s Anti Allergy Collection reveals. The
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There’s a common adage: surviving isn’t living. Cognisant of this, Le Bijou Hotel in Switzerland once described by Steve Woz, Apple Co-Founder, “the best hotel experience of [his] life”, provides exceptional service of a world-class hotel, in the privacy and personal surroundings of a beautifully designed apartment without the fuss of other humans. With almost
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