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2014/08/01 17:17
2014/08/01 17:17
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Trails, exhibitions and events are being held to remember those New Zealanders caught up in World War I 100 years ago Soldiers from the First Maori Contingent in training at Avondale Camp. Photo /...
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2014/08/01 13:43
2014/08/01 13:43
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The art of glassmaking was America's first industry, dating back over 400 years to the first glassmaking workshop that opened in Jamestown, Va. in 1608. Lexington will celebrate the centuries-old art...
2014/08/01 12:42
2014/08/01 12:42
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It’s probably quite good being pope. You get to wear some pretty cool robes and always have a good view out of your car. Indeed, Pope Francis has decided to share his bliss with Argentinian weekly...
2014/08/01 08:32
2014/08/01 08:32
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BBC programme to be filmed at Waltham Forest Town Hall in Walthamstow Antiques Roadshow comes to Walthamstow Popular BBC television show Antiques Roadshow is to visit Walthamstow. The episode from...
2014/07/31 00:49
2014/07/31 00:49
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Bauble auctions: something is rotten in the upper reaches of the art market The spending power of super-rich collectors who are blinded by celebrity is making Old Masters unsaleable while brash works...
2014/07/30 17:33
2014/07/30 17:33
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... is Joe and he wanted to meet some people," Paul, 53, of Elmhurst, said with a laugh. ("Antiques Roadshow" has asked that we not use full names because those interviewed will not have had...
2014/07/29 13:38
2014/07/29 13:38
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There's a freedom here, standing on this cracked, weed-besieged runway on the edge of an airfield past. It's banked by boulders and cattails and breathtaking Bay views. And backed by a quirky...
2014/07/28 13:51
2014/07/28 13:51
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Untold: Drowning First World War veteran saved from sinking by his chirpy canary THE INCREDIBLE survival story of how a First World War seaman was saved from drowning by his pet CANARY has resurfaced...
2014/07/28 08:25
2014/07/28 08:25
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Specialists from the country's leading auction houses and independent dealers from across the nation travel throughout the United States offering free appraisals of antiques and collectibles. ANTIQUES...
2014/07/27 23:13
2014/07/27 23:13
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... is Joe and he wanted to meet some people," Paul, 53, of Elmhurst, said with a laugh. ("Antiques Roadshow" has asked that we not use full names because those interviewed will not have had...
2014/07/26 09:37
2014/07/26 09:37
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Arthur Mellar, who had worked at the 16th century Tudor mansion for nine years, was said to have been lifting luggage off an out of order lift on 12 July, when it gave way and fell on his head -...
2014/07/24 16:12
2014/07/24 16:12
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All hail the golden age of television, in which complex series like The Sopranos and The Wire have been crowned (by some) as the new novels, and the proliferation of DVRs and instant streaming...
2014/07/24 11:51
2014/07/24 11:51
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Diamond geezers (and gals): Inside London's most exclusive jewellery quarter ON HER hands and knees precious metal reclamation expert Leigh Stutman is vacuuming the floor of jewellery maker Michael...
2014/07/24 06:26
2014/07/24 06:26
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Traders urge people to support Chard Market - on every Thursday Traders urge people to support Chard Market - on every Thursday CHARD Market needs your support – that is the message from traders as...
2014/07/23 16:41
2014/07/23 16:41
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Meet the man putting us in the pictures 5:00pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014 in News By Reg Little, Oxford Times Chief Reporter. Call me on 01865 425434 Damian Jones and his wife Lynn WHEN you think of...
2014/07/23 13:39
2014/07/23 13:39
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BBC - Blogs - Internet blog - Tag - television Accessibility links BBC navigation Tagged with: television 17 posts about television on this blog Monday 30 June 2014, 13:19 My presentation shows...
2014/07/22 22:57
2014/07/22 22:57
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FREMONT -- A lucrative piece of art history and a whiff of mystery apparently have been hiding for years in the Patterson House attic, where staffers recently discovered a nearly 90-year-old painting...
2014/07/22 12:30
2014/07/22 12:30
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Published: 22 Jul 2014 13:00 POOR children in Africa are being helped by big-hearted members of Greenock Rotary and the Inverclyde community. They got together to support the Mary’s Meals Backpack...
2014/07/22 00:49
2014/07/22 00:49
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Five Go on a Treasure Hunt: A day of panic, a haggle and the cash box is mine In a quiet little shop in the corner of the Merchant’s Market warehouse, the owners take my €100 and assure me I am...
2014/07/21 10:49
2014/07/21 10:49
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The show at London's O2 Arena brought in an average audience of 597,000 viewers (2.9%) from 7.30pm. © Getty Images / David M BenettOn BBC One, Countryfile appealed to 4.63 million (23.3%) at 7.15pm,...
2014/08/01 17:17
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