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The end of a bad fall...
24 Feb 2007
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These two careless women walking on train tracks like it is no one's business gets the scare of their lives when the train driver honks. Lesson learnt.
11 Jul 2019
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What goes up, must come down. A lesson learnt all too well by Chunga Champion Hans Fagerlund. Watch and see Chunga reach its incredible highs and its devastating lows. Enter the Chungadome chungachampionship****.au to play Chunga against Hans and friends.
9 Sep 2008
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We had the opportunity to speak to Bob Dixson, Mayor of Greensburg in Kansas, United States about the rebuilding of Greensburg into a completely reen town after the tragedy of the 2007 tornado. He talks about the critical elements in putting together a focused green plan and lessons learnt from the experience. He will be speaking at the Green Planning and Design Summit on the 29-30 June 2009 in Melbourne. Website: *******www.informa****.au/greenplanning Contact: +61 2 9080 4307
23 Jun 2009
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Marita shares the lessons learnt after the first broadcast of #theApexShow. It was a very exciting show and was well received by our followers with many contacting us direct to tell us how much they enjoyed #theApexShow.
19 Feb 2010
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*******www.icametodance**** 28th February 2010 at Wakefield Attention to Detail breakdance jam. Qualifying round between myself and Crack-rock. I didn't get through. Lessons learnt: don't dance so much on a recovering sprained ankle. But if you do, dance a lot more! Shouldn't have held back my bad ass moves on him :P ahh well, it was good fun!
6 Mar 2010
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*******www.icametodance**** 28th February 2010 at Wakefield Attention to Detail breakdance jam. Qualifying round between myself and Crack-rock. I didn't get through. Lessons learnt: don't dance so much on a recovering sprained ankle. But if you do, dance a lot more! Shouldn't have held back my bad ass moves on him :P ahh well, it was good fun!
6 Mar 2010
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BOOK REVIEW HOLLOWAY PRISON An Inside Story By Hilary Beauchamp ISBN: 978-1-904380-56-6 Waterside Press www.watersidepress****** HOLLOWAY PRISON- A PLACE OF TERROR! An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers This is a most human and intriguing account of something which most citizens do not want to know about: locking up women. Reading through these sad pages, one can reflect on the value and inspiration of Hilary Beauchamp’s approach as a valued social contribution to recent studies in applied criminology and a work which all researchers and students should read and critically appreciate, especially if they have not been involved hitherto in ‘the sharp end’ of things. All prisons are, by their nature, a ‘place of terror’ but Holloway has a special distinction as it houses the numerically miniscule number of female offenders who pose a serious risk to our society here. Whatever the arguments against incarcerating women, and there are fresh policy initiatives in this area with the new government from the summer of 2010, Beauchamp tells it how it is and we welcome her approach. Few will understand many aspects of this tale unless they have taught prisoners such as some of those depicted here. There are 8 chapters in around 200 pages with a useful index and an alarming but positive epilogue. Beauchamp has the aim of producing an enjoyable read, whilst conveying a true sense of the nature of imprisonment for women under a ‘prison works’ policy currently under review. She concludes- “what else should I have done to try and better the lot of the women… or others from such backgrounds with similar problems?” Well, she has done a great deal here! The book brings out the differences between those who see the need for a creative and educational outlet for prisoners, to those with a ‘throw the key away’ approach. Beauchamp brings into sharp focus her individual vignettes which illustrate, generally, the human misery which permeates the story lines throughout. ‘Holloway Prison: an inside story’ makes good reading for a wide market: from law students and social workers, to teachers and all involved in socially useful work where Hilary Beauchamp has certainly picked up the vibes of what we do as part of the criminal justice process as lawyers. All the calamities which lead most people to a prison sentence are covered in this ‘society within a society’ group history. What we found most attractive about the way Beauchamp covers the story is the ever present constructive approach which works for so many in education, especially those in custody. Lawyers and judges know that the biggest issues for many offenders cover policies for the poor, the mentally ill and the marginalized minorities as we see them at their crucial moment. If there ever was an antidote to this historically tagged ‘place of terror’ then it is firm education policies to raise knowledge and an end to short sentences especially for women in the ‘tv licence fee’ cases, and the like, where custody arises effectively from debt. Beauchamp covers all categories of offender with a rare glimpse into a place of terror which we should know more about... and reform accordingly from the lessons learnt here to tackle this part of penal policy.
31 Aug 2010
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Today’s employees are from the digital age. It is important to communicate safety procedures in the most compelling and engaging way. Studio 52 has mastered the art of communicating safety in the form of Safety Induction Video, Docu-Drama, Lessons Learnt Video, 2D/3D Animation, Training Videos, Incident re-Enactment Videos, Management Messages & more. Our crew has been to 400+ on-shore and off-shore oil and gas facilities around the world and has been servicing renowned names since years.
12 Jul 2017
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Here is an example of how sometimes luck plays horrendous games with us. We see that how a guy fits a brand-new turbo in his car but everything is ruined when its air sucks in a piece of plastic. Lesson learnt: Use air-filters before air-intake. Please.
20 Oct 2017
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This biker sees a broken down van in the middle of the road and assists the driver in moving it out of the road. Lesson learnt: take your ethics course seriously to prevent minor traffic congestion.
20 Dec 2018
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Twerking lesson learnt. Always lock the door before you start to record yourself dancing, especially when the door is a prop!
21 Dec 2018
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