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Inside April’s edition:
A look at Oxford Literary Festival and Oxfordshire Artweeks 2011
Energy Book Review
Our unpredictable, bright energy future
Does local content policies – work in economic development?
Europe gains from difficulties in Turkmen-China Energy Deal
The EU’s energy infrastructure plans: where will the money come from?
In search of extra solar planets!
Top 10 Management Myths
A question of leadership -why looking at alternative approaches – can be a sign of strength!
Greek shipping magnates navigate troubled waters
The Landscape forms part of Australian Season – a series of exhibitions and events at the British Museum focusing on Australia from April – October 2011. Australian Season is supported by Rio Tinto.
Australia Landscape on the West Lawn of the British Museum Forecourt takes the visitor on a journey across the whole Australian continent by featuring unique and rare plants from its differing climates, and showcasing its rich biodiversity. This is the fourth landscape in a five-year partnership programme involving the British Museum and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, which celebrates the shared vision of both institutions to strengthen cultural understanding and support biodiversity conservation across the world.
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APRIL’S £1 MILLION PREMIUM BONDS JACKPOT DRAW
|April’s Premium Bond millionaireA man living in Greater Manchester
Bond Number: 49WY991715
Winning Bond bought in December 2004
Total holdings £15,425
The winner, a man from Greater Manchester , who has chosen to remain anonymous, said; “I bought this Bond because I suddenly had some extra money to put away but wanted it to be somewhere I could easily cash it in, in case I needed it. I’m so glad I didn’t touch it now!”
In April’s draw ERNIE paid out over 1.7 million prizes, together amounting to over £53 million in value. There were 42,460,941,448 eligible Bond numbers in the draw.
Prize and value breakdown in April 2011 http://www.oxfordprospect.co.uk/Premium-Bonds-Results.html