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Forestry Courses – The Backbone of Economic Development

Forestry courses provide interested candidates the necessary skills and techniques to successfully secure employment within the industry, both in New Zealand and overseas. Forests are a highly significant natural resource of any country, providing the backbone to many economies through wood. As a key driver of economic development, maintaining a country’s forests as an invaluable asset is of the utmost importance to all involved.
The continued growth in the interest of maintaining balanced ecology and forests that are environmentally viable has created demand within the industry for highly trained individuals to study and educate others on the importance of forests and how best to ensure that they, and the resources they provide, are cared for effectively. …

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3 Simple Steps to Getting More Done in Less Time

Are you ready to find out how to get more done in less time? Here are 3 simple steps to get you started.
First and foremost you need to be organized. Most of the people who earn six or seven figures and only work 20 hours per week or less are highly organized individuals.
In addition to being organized you need to prioritize. For most of us, 80% of what we spend our time doing, only makes 20% of the difference. People who only work part-time and make six and seven figures know exactly what matters and that’s what they spend their time doing. They skip or delegate everything else.
Step 1 — Get organized and prioritize. Make …

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Tips For Owner Truck Drivers To Save Money

Owner truck drivers have the same fundamental rights as any business owner, which means that they are allowed to subtract their operating costs from their earnings. The difference is in the detail. Every business operates on the same essential principles, but within that outline, every type of business is different.
A large proportion of non-business people do not understand how this works and to be fair, it does work differently in different countries. Here is a simple example: if you earn 400 and 100 is expenses and the tax rate is 25%, you will still pay tax: 400 earnings – 100 expenses = 300 profit x 25% tax rate = 75 tax.
Not as a lot of …

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Life begins at 40 and 50 and 60

Growing old is a happier experience than many of us imagine – that’s according to the findings of a study conducted at Queen’s University, Belfast, on behalf of the Changing Ageing Partnership (CAP).
The study, which was conducted by Dr John Garry from Queen’s University, looked at young people’s attitudes to happiness in old age and how these attitudes affect their current health-related behaviour.
Dr Garry said: “We have all heard the saying ‘life begins at forty’. But it seems that many people, particularly young people, actually associate growing old with being miserable, meaning they don’t see any benefit in preserving their health for old age.
“Young people like to enjoy themselves, but this often means behaving in …

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How proud are young people of national history?

Native youth and those of immigrant background find country of residence important
Despite their various backgrounds, cultures and religions Western European youth think the country in which they live is important. Especially native young people feel a connection with history, and boys more so than girls.
This has emerged from the WRR study Nationale Identiteit en meervoudig verleden (National identity and multiple pasts) from professor Maria Grever and Dr Kees Ribbens of the Erasmus University Rotterdam. Grever and Ribbens asked more than 650 students aged 14 to 18 in Rotterdam, London and Lille to what extent they identify with the country in which they live. What role does national history play in this? The study is published …

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The University of Cambridge

The University of Cambridge, informally called as Cambridge University or Cambridge, is one of the famous universities in the world. It is the second oldest University in England and is considered as the fourth oldest in the world.
The legend has it that The University of Cambridge was founded in the year 1209. During that time, there were scholars who were escaping Oxford due to a fight they had with the locals. In 1231, King Henry III gave them a teaching monopoly.
The University of Cambridge produces famous writers, scientists, and politicians in Britain. The University has 31 college institutions. The first College is named Peterhouse and was founded in the year 1284 by the Bishop of …

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