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The LayStar Cambridgeshire magazine and news gazette is a free online creative writing resource for great stories, imaginative literary articles, travel guides, business articles along with news and gossip for Cambridgeshire.

LayStar welcomes article submission from new and experienced writers. Submit articles on general themes like bedtime stories, gardening and business advice. Submit articles of a local interest to Cambridgeshire, such as local gossip and news and places of interest in Cambridgeshire. You could also promote your business by writing an article about the industry that you serve.


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Late Summer In Prague

By: Susan Claremont-Smith
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Category: Travel Guide
Coverage: National

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A family short break holiday to Prague in late August was a delight to remember. Prague really is the golden city of a hundred spires


Car Insurance Crime For Learners

By: Dave Holister
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Category: Have Your Say
Coverage: National

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Try to get car insurance for your son or daughter to teach them to drive and you might get the shock of your life. With quotes in excess of 900 just to add a provisional driver to your policy, you have to ask, who is committing the car insurance crime?


Is Google Good For Us?

By: John Carpenter
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Category: World Wide Web
Coverage: National

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Google is the search engine giant that 60% of us flock to when we want to search for something on the Web. The endeavour of website owners is to get their web pages listed at or near the top out of potentially thousands of results when we search. But are the results good for us, the consumer?


What Is A Web Site?

By: SilkLink WebDesign
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Category: World Wide Web
Coverage: National

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We may have been advised that it is essential nowadays to have a website or a web presence in support of our business. But, to ask a stupid question, what is a web site? What does it do? How does it do it? How will it help my business?


Reducing Bank Charges

By: Paul Michael
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Category: Finance and Economy
Coverage: National

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How we loath banks right now! We believe that the banks caused the current recession, and now we are miffed that we continue to suffer with excessive bank charges while the banks threaten to pay huge bonuses to their leaders. What can we do to fight back?


Short Term Business Loans: The Best For Your Business

By: Michael Brian
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Category: Finance and Economy
Coverage: National

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The ongoing financial crisis surely has affected your business and in turn, you may have lost a considerable amount of client.


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Want to write? Here are some ideas for creative writing literature and genres:
Bedtime stories; a history of quotes or sayings; erotic stories (imaginative, not explicit); vegetarian recipes; hobby craft guides; organic gardening; business advice in the Cambridgeshire area; fiction - short stories; travel and tourism guides for Cambridgeshire; health articles; food and drink; Cambridgeshire local news and gossip.


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BBC News - UK
The latest stories from the UK section of the BBC News web site.

Pace of welfare cuts 'to be slowed'
George Osborne will slow the pace of planned welfare cuts when he presents his Budget, the BBC understands.

Nation remembers 7/7 bombing victims
Services are held to remember the "ocean of pain" caused by the London bombings, in which 52 people died and more than 700 were hurt a decade ago.

Children in care 'should stay to 25'
Vulnerable young people should be allowed to stay in care until they are aged 25, the government's children's commissioner for England says.

Talks to avert Tube strike fail
Talks fail to avert a 24-hour Tube strike due to start on Wednesday evening - and no further negotiations are planned.
 
 


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