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If you go down to the woods today you’re sure for a big surprise – especially if you have dogs.

The smart employee makes the most of the opportunities CPD can offer, as opposed to merely clocking up hours

Keep your career moving with Continuous Professional Development

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Games deputy lands in the Gatwick chair

The deputy chairman of the Olympic Delivery Authority and former chairman of the Civil Aviation Authority, Sir Roy McNulty, was today appointed chairman of Gatwick Airport.

Ten million beef burgers were removed from big supermarkets after it was discovered they contained horse and pig meat

Polish company blamed for supplying horse meat which caused burger scandal

A Polish company was to blame for supplying horse meat which caused the burger scandal across the British Isles, according to an investigation by the Irish government.

Students shouldn't have to spend their lives bulking their CVs

Rachel Robbins wishes that more people would do extracurricular activities for the fun of it, instead of doing it because they think it might impress recruiters.

'Alarming breach of controls': experts blame deliberate swindle by foreign suppliers for horsemeat burgers scandal

A deliberate swindle by foreign suppliers seeking to save money is a likely cause of the contamination of supermarket beefburgers with horsemeat, experts said today.

Experts say there is no risk of MRSA infection to consumers of milk or dairy products so long as the milk is pasteurised

New MRSA superbug strain found in UK milk supply

Research reveals that antibiotic-resistant organisms are gaining a hold on dairy industry

Britain has about 22m sheep in the national flock

Farmers set for anxious lambing season as scientists warn most sheep flocks and cattle herds are infected with Schmallenberg virus

Farmers are facing an anxious season for new lambs and calves, as most of the sheep flocks and cattle herds in England and Wales are now thought to be infected with Schmallenberg virus, an emerging livestock disease which can cause birth deformities in newborn animals, Government scientists have warned.

An elephant at Liwonde National Park

Vodka saves two circus elephants from freezing to death

Two circus elephants were saved from an icy death in Siberia by drinking ten litres of vodka diluted in warm water, their trainers claim.

They didn't give Peace a chance: Conspiracy theorists aflutter as Turkey pardoned by Obama is 'euthanized' days before Thanksgiving

The closeness of the bird's death to Thanksgiving has prompted some observers to suggest Peace may have ended up on a plate

Boom in urban chicken-keepers may be harmful to birds

Urban chicken-keepers risk spreading diseases through their lack of knowledge of animal welfare regulations, research by the Royal Veterinary College has found.

Lack of training leads to rise in problem dogs

More than one million dogs in the UK are displaying “problem behaviour”, causing children to become frightened of family pets, according to a veterinary charity.

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Children 'fear' their family pets

More than one million dogs in the UK are displaying “problem behaviour” and children are becoming frightened of family pets, according to a veterinary charity.

Human remains found at River Dee identified as Catherine Gowing

Human remains found on the banks of a river have been identified as those of missing vet Catherine Gowing, police said today.

'Tired and emotional' drunk birds fall from sky

Summer’s fruitfulness holds unexpected hazards for the country’s birdlife.

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