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Scott, who once swam for Great Britain, gave his former business 121 Making Waves swim school in Morpeth, Northumberland, to his partner following the attack.
Bob, a former competitive swimmer, decided to set up Making Waves so that he could share his passion for the sport and provide youngsters with not just a fun and safe place to exercise, but also a nurturing environment where they can learn valuable life skills.
Making Waves has been published by the Fomma Trust (Foundation for Museum of Modern Art) based in Karachi.
Making Waves, which began in 2009, has seen the reporting of incidents of violent crime, burglary and anti-social behaviour increase as the confidence of the public to go to the police grows.
Head start: Anna Burke is already making waves in the world of work.
HERO Andrew is Spidey In Making Waves at Edinburgh Fringe, aged 18 TALENT In Tales of Ovid back in 2001 Flooring audiences back in 2001
Manu hasn't been in the soap for more than a minute and already he's making waves.
Van Deventer, who was competing in her first international regatta for more than six months after a back injury, has her eyes firmly focused on making waves at the British Olympic trials.
Fat Freddy's Drop is a seven-piece musical collective from Wellington, New Zealand, whose fusion of digital dub and Polynesian soul is making waves in world music circles.
Making Waves, Canadian Community Economic Development Magazine, Port Alberni BC, Spring 2005
In this well-researched book, author Donald Sull--a professor at the London School of Economics--profiles eight entrepreneurs who are making waves in China and may be poised for wider attention on the world stage.
The new education chief is in and she's making waves.