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Deaks

Day 44 of Lockdown

Ok call  me Joe Tiger King.  I have a serious amount of body hair, I’m a short back and sides kinda guy normally.  Us Deakin’s do have very

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pasta
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Worlds Pantry

A Kitchen in Lockdown

Never before have our kitchen store cupboards been so organised, as thousands of us have used our ‘lockdown’ time productively to have a good clear

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Mystery Silver Surfer

VE Day – A Forgotten Ally

Following the invasion of Poland by the German Armed Forces on 1st September 1939 the partially mobilized Polish Army initially resisted the invasion but over the

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Ann Kirkby

My foodie fix

I don’t know about you, but with so much extra time on my hands my mind is fixated rather on planning my next meal, in

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Phil Claydon

Meter of Life

Perhaps it’s another unsurprising consequence of the unsettling situation we find ourselves in but I seem to have become ever so slightly acquainted with a

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Pandemic Changes
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Mystery Silver Surfer

Pandemic Changes

We are living in extraordinary times – truly. I know this is a phrase that’s being used far too often but pandemics bring out the

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Billy Hinken

TikTok

Has anyone else out there fallen into the wormhole that is TikTok during lockdown? The social media app hosts short video clips from its users

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Melly-Moo Bailey

Our Lockdown in Summary

Lockdown in our house attempting to “crisis school” and occupy 3 kids under 7 whilst also trying to work from home, has been nothing short

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Deaks

The Magnificent NHS

I’ve spent more time than I would’ve liked at Broomfield Hospital of late.  Firstly my mum had a fall and broke her pelvis for a

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Earth
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Lengthy Boy

Welcome to the new world!

Everyone knows what is happening, but look at this, The Edge Magazine after 286 printed issues is now kicking some ass online. The Mag will

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Ann Kirkby

My Window on the World

These strange times have given us all the opportunity to try out things we wouldn’t normally have allowed ourselves time for, writes Ann Kirkby. For

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Shaun

Welcome to The Edge

Due to the ongoing problems with Coronavirus The Edge Magazine has been forced to cease the production of the monthly magazine, but fear not for

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Phil Claydon

Cracked It

Sorry Deaks, I know you’ve been beavering away in your shed, scratching your head with a pencil behind your ear, attempting to find a cure

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MOTCO - Man on the Clapham Omnibus

Lockdown

Well EE has posed the question about what we are doing in lockdown. The simple answer is working thats what. I have some long term

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