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You could say she was on the United Kingdom's least wanted list of fugitives.

A terminally ill woman’s dying wish to see her horse was granted recently with the help of her hospice care team and husband of 30 years. Tracey Dunne, who is in her 50s and was diagnosed with an unidentified cancer, always enjoyed “nature and getting muddy,” her husband, Tim, told SWNS.


So when she expressed her wishes to spend time with her 17-year-old horse, her care team at St. Luke’s Hospice in Plymouth, U.K., sprang into action.

“When you hear the term ‘hospice care’ it is frightening, and, while the fear doesn’t go away completely, I’m in awe of the way St. Luke’s has been alongside us throughout,” Tim told SWNS. “It’s given us both such an overriding sense of peace.”


Dunne’s caregivers helped arrange for Tim to bring the horse, named Malone, for the visit, which was caught on camera.


“From the beautiful gardens to the wonderful way they’ve ... helped reunite Tracey with Malone, I will always be so grateful to St Luke’s and remember the big smile they put on my beautiful wife’s face,” Dunne told SWNS.

Tracey was reunited with her pet horse, Malone, thanks in part to her husband and hospice care team.  (SWNS)

One of the UK's largest police forces apparently arrested a 93-year-old woman who had committed no crime because it was her “dying wish”.

Dying woman granted wish to see beloved pet horse

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A Woman's Journey In Housing

Join us for our next event, 'a woman's journey in housing' with Hannah Blythyn AM, Deputy Minister for Housing and Local Government.

At this exciting event you will have the pleasure of hearing from 2 inspiring female housing professionals, followed by our main speaker Hannah Blythyn AM. You'll hear from each of them as they talk through their experiences, passions and drivers as well as sharing some great advice, personal challenges and the Welsh housing sector hurdles they have faced!

Refreshments and a light breakfast will be served courtesy of Moneypenny.

About Hannah Blythyn AM:

Hannah Blythyn is from Flintshire in North East Wales. A proud North Walian, she went to school in the constituency she now serves. Elected in 2016 and appointed into her current role in 2018, Hannah has vast knowledge of the housing sector and plays a key role in Government to support the work of the Minister for Housing and Local Government on matters such as: Supply and quality of market, social and affordable housing; homelessness and housing advice; regulation; and regeneration.

Hannah will be sharing her personal career journey, including why she chose a career in Government and how she got there, her greatest achievements and future aspirations still to accomplish. You'll also have the chance to put your questions to Hannah in an open Q&A.

We're excited to invite for the first time, two of our very own members and housing professionals into the spotlight, to give their insight to their journey in housing.

Speaker 1: Maya Waud - Maya started her career in housing as an apprentice, and has a unique outlook on a journey in housing as a young professional, with much advice to share to those embarking on a career in the sector.

Speaker 2: Jen Griffiths - Jen is an Operations Manager within a Local Authority, Jen will be talking through her own personal experiences and achievements as well as sharing some unique challenges currently faced working in Housing in North Wales.

After we've heard from all three of our inspiring speakers, you will have the opportunity to take a tour of the pioneering Moneypenny offices which have been said to rival the offices of Google and Apple, with a design brief to 'ignore the norm and create a space that inspires', it's certainly not to be missed! Including a tree house meeting room, nature trails, vegetable gardens and even its own pub!!

A huge thank you to Moneypenny who are kindly providing a spectacular venue and refreshments.

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Why I wish I was a woman

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What Is He "Really" Thinking?

When a woman begins a relationship with a man, she may think she's found her knight in shining armor. As the relationship continues, that armor can begin to feel like a barricade she just can't get past it. What's he hiding in there, anyway?

Relationship and communication expert Mike Bechtle offers women an insider's guide to the puzzling maleWhat Is He "Really" Thinking?

When a woman begins a relationship with a man, she may think she's found her knight in shining armor. As the relationship continues, that armor can begin to feel like a barricade she just can't get past it. What's he hiding in there, anyway?

Relationship and communication expert Mike Bechtle offers women an insider's guide to the puzzling male brain. Simple and practical, this book provides women with a roadmap for better conversations and improved relationships. Bechtle reminds readers that men and women share many similarities, and by embracing those similarities they can better deal with differences. He explains how men think, act, communicate, and grow in relationships, and even offers tips for communicating in a toxic relationship.

Wives, girlfriends, mothers, daughters, friends, and coworkers will find real help within these pages....more

Paperback, 213 pages

Published August 2nd 2016 by Fleming H. Revell Company

Hello, I'm glad that you care about women's rights and want to be an ally! This makes you a decent human being. Not to mention on the right.

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OPINION: So today is International Women's Day and I, like many others, have spent a lot of time this week thinking and talking about women in New Zealand. Have we done enough? What needs to be done? How do we help the next generation of women be kick-ass?

Now, I can't really offer any amazing insights into the pay gap, or period poverty, or solving domestic violence. But one thing I do know is that there key pieces of advice young women should hear if they want to be successful/happy/not feeling permanently dazed and confused in the world. Think of it as a "checklist to tell my daughter before she's too old to think she knows everything". So in honour of the day, here are my top five things that I wish I'd known sooner.

1. Choose your partner wisely

A few International Women's Days ago, I watched a wise and distinguished old bird peer steadily over the top of a microphone and tell hundreds of young women that the key to being successful was "not dating f-ups". It's the kind of advice, like how much spinach you should eat in a day, that's totally depressing but utterly true.

* Helen Clark's message to women
* Verity Johnson: Kicking the boyfriend renovation habit
* Time to end secrecy over unequal pay 

We young women have some truly weird, very un-useful dating habits from dating "doer-upper" partners to dating someone awful to prove a point. Honestly, these colossal partner-shaped mistakes take a huge toll on your ability to live your life the way you want. Unfortunately there's no golden rule for spotting these, but if you know you've got bad taste in humans then get them vetted by a friend who doesn't. And never trust a guy who wears towelling socks when he's not at the gym.

2. You don't have to be a bitch to be successful

There's this stubbornly lingering idea that for women to be successful in life we have to be a hard-nosed, big-haired, shoulder-padded power-bitch. I always get asked by young women whether you have to sacrifice being nice in order to be successful. And the short answer is just no. Being likeable is hugely influential – just look at Jacinda.

The long answer is the best formula I've ever found for success is to be two of the holy trinity of employability: talented, reliable or likeable. And honestly, being a power-bitch might make you feel like you're getting results, but it's also the fast track to being empty, miserable and alone.

3. Always have an escape fund

Even though this sounds a little James Bond-y, the principle is that your life as a young woman will have definite, urgent "Oh s..., I need to leave" moments. As such, put two months of living expenses in a bank account that's helpfully titled "Escape fund – do not use to buy brunch", so that when these moments inevitably occur you're able to well, escape.

The first few years after I left home were marked by definite "oh s..." experiences I'd never expected; being stalked by an ex, followed home by a uni employee, persistently sexually harassed by my boss, being robbed by a boyfriend who turned out to be a gambling addict, living in a condemned house ... and every time it was my escape fund (and long-suffering but understanding parents/friends) that got me out of them.

4. If a guy thinks you're intimidating, you're probably just successful

So most successful women at some point will have had a concerned friend sit them down and painstakingly explain that, "you know, guys just find you a bit intimidating". It's always with the same air of quiet disgust that you might smell a six-week-old milkshake spilt in a car.

Now maybe you are intimidating by nature, you could be doing the power-bitch thing, or walking around Kmart in a suit of armour swinging a mace and impaling peasants. But honestly, 90 per cent of the time this is what guys say when you're just doing something interesting and successful that makes them question whether they themselves are interesting and successful enough.

There are still a lot of people out there who aren't used to the idea of confident women. But that's their problem, not yours.

5. If you can, live on your own for as long as possible

I know it's an era of unreasonable rent and living at home to save money. But if you can live alone, do it. Yes, you will learn the fresh hell of scraping hardened Weet-bix​ off a bowl and forgetting to pay your internet bill. But what you'll learn about yourself, your independence and how you can live alone without descending into spinster cat lady madness is priceless.

Do it as soon as you can, before someone convinces you to move in with them and you miss out on the supreme thrill of starting your day dancing around naked with a spatula re-enacting the Pussycat Dolls' greatest hits.

WATCH THE VIDEO ON THEME: Don't we all wish to be Wonder Woman or Superman? - Stefan Lorenz Sorgner - TEDxStuttgart

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