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Diana Ross: Behind Closed Doors

The legendary American singer Diana Ross celebrated her 75th birthday in March. The Motown icon – named as the most successful female music artist of all time by the Guinness Book of World Records – is also celebrating 60 years in the music industry this year. Releasing a total of 70 hit singles, both with

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Percy Thrower: The Gardener’s Gardener

Percy Thrower is remembered as Britain’s first celebrity gardener. As well as being the voice of gardening on the radio in the 1950s, he was also a writer and TV presenter for around four decades. Throughout his long career, he always maintained nothing else came close to his love of being in the garden. While

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Five of the Biggest and Best Airports in the World

Airports play an important role in a region’s economic development and are so much more than simply a stepping stone to get from A to B. They are used by business people to attend an in-transit meeting, or by tourists to enjoy duty-free shopping. They are vital for people travelling home for the holidays or

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Disabled Travel: Access all areas?

A disabled person can face many challenges when travelling – making it difficult to plan and enjoy a holiday if they’re unable to have access to all areas. Everyone deserves a holiday and people with limited mobility shouldn’t feel discriminated against. Whether you choose to travel in taxis, buses, trains or planes, there shouldn’t be

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The Meaning of The Christmas Wreath

Hanging up a Christmas wreath on the front door is one of the many traditions that takes place during the festive season, but where does this tradition stem from, and what does the wreath symbolise? © Mikhaylovskiy / Adobe Stock   Roman origins Early forms of wreaths are said to date back to the Roman

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