Monthly Archives: June 2011

Frontier Mixtape #19

With some of the latest Cambodia camp footage about to be released on our YouTube Channel we’ve got jungle fever in the office today. Of course the best medicine for this kind of fever is a healthy dose of Frontier … Continue reading

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Victory for the Serengeti

Last week conservation organisations and members of the media rejoiced in the knowledge that plans for the proposed Serengeti road had been abolished. The two-lane highway was intended to be constructed across the national park, as a means to boost … Continue reading

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Frontier Style: Happy Feet

Whilst many of us will be sad to see the end of Glastonbury we must keep in mind that it marks the beginning of Summer Festivals this year, and with lots more on the way, why not decorate those dancing … Continue reading

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Should wild animals be used in circus performances?

The circus is widely regarded as a place of euphoria; where one can engage in an enchanting illusory world; where the tricks of animals and humans alike are seen as nothing short of magical. Whilst many of us share this … Continue reading

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What to pack – Charlotte – Overseas Operations

What’s your best travel experience? Close to home but no less fun was one summer I spent working and camping through France. I was roped into renovating a derelict barn in the depths of rural Limoges for 4 weeks with … Continue reading

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Turtle smugglers intercepted in Bangladesh

More than 120kg of dried turtles have been seized by the Bangladesh authorities along the northern border with India. Unfortunately the smugglers themselves were able to escape before the border guards were able to apprehend them. According to officials there … Continue reading

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Pimms-o’clock

It’s positively baking in the office today and with the sun beating down on Hoxton Sq. and our Andy doing so well in the tennis there’s only one thing on our minds, that glorious British institution: Pimm’s. This recipe section … Continue reading

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