Juliette Binoche: ‘Depardieu wanted to kill me. But I am still here’ | Film | The Guardian

‘La Binoche’ admits to an inner fire that has driven her ascent to French ‘royalty’ – and in her latest film (about a revered actor) she’s virtually playing herself. Would Gérard Depardieu still call her ‘nothing’ now? Juliette Binoche: ‘My work is important but my relationships are too. It’s not one against the other.’ Photograph:

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Cookies – The Mandarin

Cookies – The Mandarin It's not the fault of Project Managers. Delivering benefits requires good communication across all audiences and delivery teams. It requires clearly articulating the "intention" behind the project, strategy and/or objectives. In a language each audience understands. Managing the intention leads quite naturally to managing each audience's self-interest and behaviours to achieve

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Dutch nursing home lets students live rent free – RN Drive – ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

The cost of aged care is rising, as are rents for student housing. Now a retirement home in the Netherlands has developed an ingenious share house solution to help both the young and the elderly, as RN Drive reports. When Jurriën Mentink was 19, he moved into a retirement home. His neighbour is 72 years

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Sydney businessman Mark Carnegie shares his vision for a ‘better society’ to kickstart debate – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Posted March 18, 2015 13:53:24 Photo: Venture capitalist and social warrior Mark Carnegie photographed in his office courtyard. (702 ABC Sydney: John Donegan) Map: Sydney 2000 via www.abc.net.au @MarkCarnegie comes out in favour of MeaningfulConversations.#change #conversation #society #commongood

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