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Perth Now
Red-hot ideas to keep the kids busyathletes will have you on the edge of your seat with their motorcycle tricks, f
Red-hot ideas to keep the kids busy
Perth Now / Posted 12 hours ago
athletes will have you on the edge of your seat with their motorcycle tricks, fire-juggling, extraordinary circus youth and brilliant illusions, as part of their 45th anniversary show. — July 1-24, 11am and 3pm, Mon, Wed, Thur and Sun and 1pm, 4pm... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Walsh Bay earmarked for a $147m revampcontent on this website State budget a winner for Walsh Bay arts precinct with
Walsh Bay earmarked for a $147m revamp
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
content on this website State budget a winner for Walsh Bay arts precinct with $147 million redevelopment THE arts takes centre stage for the inner city under the 2016-2017 budget with a sweeping redevelopment of the Walsh Bay cultural... Read more
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InDesign
Flavio Manzoniimportant focus for automotive design now? MANZONI: One of the most relevant g
Flavio Manzoni
InDesign / Posted 2 days ago
important focus for automotive design now? MANZONI: One of the most relevant goals for automotive design today must be a ‘cultural approach’ which should guide to distinguish ‘design’ from ‘styling’ with consciousness. This means, in my opinion,... Read more
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Animation World Network
Fest Anča Animation Festival Sets 2016 Programresulting in fractal-like structures that are both absurd and spine-chilling.
Fest Anča Animation Festival Sets 2016 Program
Animation World Network / Posted 8 days ago
resulting in fractal-like structures that are both absurd and spine-chilling. This year’s festival once again has a brilliant program for young viewers. They can even vote for their favorite films in the International Competition of Films... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
EU Referendum: 'Northerners don't quit' Sir Richard Leese and George Osborne team up to urge In voteits cities to pool their strengths. We all know that the old model of trying t
EU Referendum: 'Northerners don't quit' Sir Richard Leese and George Osborne team up to urge In vote
Manchester Evening News / Posted 10 days ago
its cities to pool their strengths. We all know that the old model of trying to run everything in our country from the centre of London is broken, so powers to boost jobs and growth and improve public services further are coming here. In just... Read more
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Football365
Daniel Sturridge is just Ronaldo litepractice fit. I certainly don’t see it as a risk. My only main question marks
Daniel Sturridge is just Ronaldo lite
Football365 / Posted 10 days ago
practice fit. I certainly don’t see it as a risk. My only main question marks are changing the fullbacks who have been brilliant. But I wouldn’t have been saying that a month ago. But then Clyne was first choice until May. The rest seems... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
A new generation of talent is revitalising Sydney's theatres despite the oddshas also brought new names to the Hayes Theatre Company, Griffin Theatre Compan
A new generation of talent is revitalising Sydney's theatres despite the odds
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
has also brought new names to the Hayes Theatre Company, Griffin Theatre Company and The Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre at Penrith. In November, an entire new theatre company, the National Theatre of Parramatta (NTP), entered stage west,... Read more
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Daily Mail
Police 'find Nazi regalia at MP murder suspect's home''dedicated to justice and human rights' (right) The newspaper, then known as t
Police 'find Nazi regalia at MP murder suspect's home'
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
'dedicated to justice and human rights' (right) The newspaper, then known as the South African Patriot, rejected 'multi-cultural societies, expansionist Islam and third world tyrants', and supported 'imperial solidarity'. In 1987, it moved to... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
87 pictures of Liverpool bar and club nights this weekIt's hard to beat a night out in a big city with a community feel. It's no sur
87 pictures of Liverpool bar and club nights this week
Liverpool Echo / Posted 14 days ago
It's hard to beat a night out in a big city with a community feel. It's no surprise that Liverpool is famed for its brilliant nights out. It's also a fantastically friendly city, with a relatively compact centre, plenty of cultural opportunities... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
WWE NXT coach Robbie Brookside - 'I can't describe how proud I am to be part of this'in '82 and went straight into it really. I went over to Spain for five weeks wh
WWE NXT coach Robbie Brookside - 'I can't describe how proud I am to be part of this'
Liverpool Echo / Posted 15 days ago
in '82 and went straight into it really. I went over to Spain for five weeks when the World Cup was on in '82, which was brilliant, and came back and thought 'right, the phone isn't going to stop ringing here'. And the phone never rang for about... Read more
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Evening Standard
Yusuf Islam: Some will associate Orlando with Islam - that's criminalactually seeking a place of refuge, who are the majority,” he says. “But be mor
Yusuf Islam: Some will associate Orlando with Islam - that's criminal
Evening Standard / Posted 16 days ago
actually seeking a place of refuge, who are the majority,” he says. “But be more humane in your attitude.” He visited a “brilliant, well-run” refugee camp in Turkey at the same time as Angela Merkel. “Germany has an open door and she is suffering... Read more
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Evening Standard
Thousands to stay late as Tate celebrates opening of new extensionopening hours running until 10pm to cope with demand. The pyramid-like extensi
Thousands to stay late as Tate celebrates opening of new extension
Evening Standard / Posted 16 days ago
opening hours running until 10pm to cope with demand. The pyramid-like extension, billed as Britain’s most important new cultural building in two decades, opens its doors on Friday, with hundreds of new works of art on show. Taking centre stage... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Breaking down this year’s Tony Award nominees for best playhistory will be the story at the Tony Awards on Sunday night, and deservedly so
Breaking down this year’s Tony Award nominees for best play
The Globe and Mail / Posted 18 days ago
history will be the story at the Tony Awards on Sunday night, and deservedly so. But the certainty of that particular cultural phenomenon’s success in the musical categories means that, for suspense, we will have to turn our attention... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Berlin at the movies: 10 films that star the German capitalstarlet. This week marks the 65th anniversary of the launch of the Berlin Inter
Berlin at the movies: 10 films that star the German capital
Daily Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
starlet. This week marks the 65th anniversary of the launch of the Berlin International Film Festival, a hugely influential cultural smorgasbord which first laid out its wares in 1951 (June 6-17). But this scarred, seismic, sophisticated dot on the... Read more
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Games Radar
9 big questions E3 2016 will answerplatform, running its own event just before the show proper starts. Clearly, th
9 big questions E3 2016 will answer
Games Radar / Posted 20 days ago
platform, running its own event just before the show proper starts. Clearly, the relevance of E3 as a future-looking, cultural focusing point is still there. It’s just that the ways that publishers want to communicate to their communities (and... Read more
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The Telegraph
Can't please alla review, and sterling proof of the fact that no one is more parochial than the
Can't please all
The Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
a review, and sterling proof of the fact that no one is more parochial than the person who's convinced they reside at the centre of the universe. A major art critic may be an expert in a particular area but they are supposed to have a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Wounded by Love: Orthodox Response to N.N. Trakakis – Opinion – ABC Religion & Ethicsof any institutional form of religion. Instead, he chooses to follow the "sacre
Wounded by Love: Orthodox Response to N.N. Trakakis – Opinion – ABC Religion & Ethics
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 21 days ago
of any institutional form of religion. Instead, he chooses to follow the "sacred but solitary wandering" of "a group of brilliant but relatively unknown (to English-speaking audiences) twentieth-century Greek [leftist] poets and novelists," like... Read more
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The New Statesman
Leading, not leaving: Gordon Brown makes a positive case for Europea Britain in search of self and place. When they explore the varied dimensions
Leading, not leaving: Gordon Brown makes a positive case for Europe
The New Statesman / Posted 21 days ago
a Britain in search of self and place. When they explore the varied dimensions of life at home and across the Channel – cultural nuances, economic opportunities and cherished social values – they return to a basic observation: Europe matters... Read more
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The New Statesman
In this week's magazine | A special issue on Britain in Europe– to be found in the greatest industrial transformation and occupational reshuf
In this week's magazine | A special issue on Britain in Europe
The New Statesman / Posted 21 days ago
– to be found in the greatest industrial transformation and occupational reshuffle since the Industrial Revolution. Yet cultural concerns have come to occupy centre stage, from worries that we have lost control of our borders to anxieties that... Read more
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The Irish Times
The Library at the Edge of the World author: libraries are a community’s heartwhich hadn’t even been noticed until it came under threat. My characters’ belat
The Library at the Edge of the World author: libraries are a community’s heart
The Irish Times / Posted 22 days ago
which hadn’t even been noticed until it came under threat. My characters’ belated awareness of the need to assert their own cultural requirements is a reflection of a growing concern in the real rural Ireland; how do you maintain a balance between... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Wandsworth Guardian Leisure: Games reviews, food, theatre and comedy in Surrey and south westregular cafe haunt. Check showtimes Sexy girl Eurydice leaves her home in the
Wandsworth Guardian Leisure: Games reviews, food, theatre and comedy in Surrey and south west
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 23 days ago
regular cafe haunt. Check showtimes Sexy girl Eurydice leaves her home in the country to visit her cousin Serafina in the cultural melting pot of Rio. Check showtimes Controversial Italian comedy-drama tracing one Jewish family's journey through... Read more
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walesonline
The 50 Greatest Welsh Men and Women of All Timemissionary who translated the Bible into Malagasy for the people of Madagascar,
The 50 Greatest Welsh Men and Women of All Time
walesonline / Posted 24 days ago
missionary who translated the Bible into Malagasy for the people of Madagascar, achieved both a religious and cultural milestone in doing so. Also absent are household names of the 20th century, like Tommy Cooper, the fez-wearing... Read more
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Squawka
From Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger to Man Utd legend – 6 things France gave the football world – with Anthony Martial the latest French connection to make Cantona’s journey.
From Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger to Man Utd legend – 6 things France gave the football world
Squawka / Posted 24 days ago
– with Anthony Martial the latest French connection to make Cantona’s journey. Aggressive, arrogant and technically brilliant, the infamous No.7 scored 96 goals in English football, helping Leeds United to the final First Division title... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Is this Australia's most perfect country town?Chorus, a wonderfully silly chant from decades ago composed by actors from the
Is this Australia's most perfect country town?
Brisbane Times / Posted 25 days ago
Chorus, a wonderfully silly chant from decades ago composed by actors from the Murray River Performing Group, a brilliant troupe who blew into Albury-Wodonga and transformed the district's cultural life in the1980s. Yackandandah has... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Is this Australia's most perfect country town?Chorus, a wonderfully silly chant from decades ago composed by actors from the
Is this Australia's most perfect country town?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 25 days ago
Chorus, a wonderfully silly chant from decades ago composed by actors from the Murray River Performing Group, a brilliant troupe who blew into Albury-Wodonga and transformed the district's cultural life in the1980s. Apart from... Read more
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WA Today
Is this Australia's most perfect country town?Chorus, a wonderfully silly chant from decades ago composed by actors from the
Is this Australia's most perfect country town?
WA Today / Posted 25 days ago
Chorus, a wonderfully silly chant from decades ago composed by actors from the Murray River Performing Group, a brilliant troupe who blew into Albury-Wodonga and transformed the district's cultural life in the1980s. Yackandandah has... Read more
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The Irish Times
Paul McCartney: The Biography review – the gospel according to MaccaMcCartney gave his “tacit approval” to a man he always hated to write his biogr
Paul McCartney: The Biography review – the gospel according to Macca
The Irish Times / Posted 26 days ago
McCartney gave his “tacit approval” to a man he always hated to write his biography. Philip Norman wrote the essential and brilliant Beatles biography, Shout! (1981), which portrays McCartney – stupidly and unfairly so – as the cute, musically... Read more
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The Age
Is this Australia's most perfect country town?Chorus, a wonderfully silly chant from decades ago composed by actors from the
Is this Australia's most perfect country town?
The Age / Posted 26 days ago
Chorus, a wonderfully silly chant from decades ago composed by actors from the Murray River Performing Group, a brilliant troupe who blew into Albury-Wodonga and transformed the district's cultural life in the1980s. Apart from... Read more
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Canberra Times
Is this Australia's most perfect country town?Chorus, a wonderfully silly chant from decades ago composed by actors from the
Is this Australia's most perfect country town?
Canberra Times / Posted 26 days ago
Chorus, a wonderfully silly chant from decades ago composed by actors from the Murray River Performing Group, a brilliant troupe who blew into Albury-Wodonga and transformed the district's cultural life in the1980s. Yackandandah has... Read more
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The Irish Times
50 things to do in Ireland this summerbe screening films. €169.50 for the weekend, €65 for Sunday; bodyandsoul.ie P
50 things to do in Ireland this summer
The Irish Times / Posted 28 days ago
be screening films. €169.50 for the weekend, €65 for Sunday; bodyandsoul.ie Painting: Plein Air Paint-Out Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar, Co Mayo June 18th Painting can be a solitary activity, so if you’re lonely with your easel why not join a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Ebi Backs Flamingoes to Excel in Jordanto go all the way because all they have the potential." The draws for the bien
Ebi Backs Flamingoes to Excel in Jordan
AllAfrica.com / Posted 28 days ago
to go all the way because all they have the potential." The draws for the biennial football showpiece at the Al-Hussein Cultural Centre in downtown Amman saw the nation's campaigners pitched in a clearly tough group together with Brazil, England... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
PSNI officers hit back after Scottish newspaper criticises Euro 2016 team suitseven better.Roy Carroll Age: 38 Position: Goalkeeper Caps: 44 Goals: 0 Beacom’s
PSNI officers hit back after Scottish newspaper criticises Euro 2016 team suits
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 29 days ago
even better.Roy Carroll Age: 38 Position: Goalkeeper Caps: 44 Goals: 0 Beacom’s verdict: I’ve known Roy since he was a kid. Brilliant guy and a top goalkeeper. Now the Windsor penalty king, he is great for team morale.Alan Mannus Age: 34 Position:... Read more
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The Irish Times
Drop Everything throws a party like no other on InisheerEverything on Inisheer, and Anne Marshall is staring into the setting sun. Abou
Drop Everything throws a party like no other on Inisheer
The Irish Times / Posted 29 days ago
Everything on Inisheer, and Anne Marshall is staring into the setting sun. About 300 people are gathered at Áras Éanna arts centre as documentary maker Vivienne Dick officially opens this cultural biennial. The only distraction is someone falling... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
A look back at highlights of this year’s Norfolk and Norwich FestivalSpiegeltent for the Norfolk and Norwich Festival. Picture: ANTONY KELLY Audien
A look back at highlights of this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 29 days ago
Spiegeltent for the Norfolk and Norwich Festival. Picture: ANTONY KELLY Audiences enjoyed a wonderful mix of all things cultural at the 2016 Norfolk and Norwich Festival. EMMA KNIGHTS looks back at some highlights. To send a link to this page... Read more
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Daily Mail
Paul Ince on his Euro 96 memories 20 years onout to Germany Along with Italia 90 it is the furthest England have been since
Paul Ince on his Euro 96 memories 20 years on
Daily Mail / Posted 30 days ago
out to Germany Along with Italia 90 it is the furthest England have been since 1966 Paul Ince played a key role in the centre of midfield during the tournament There are no tournaments that stick out in England’s national psyche quite like... Read more
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Super Sport
Nigeria draw Brazil, others at WCat the forthcoming Fifa U-17 Women’s World Cup in Jordan. The draws for the bi
Nigeria draw Brazil, others at WC
Super Sport / Posted 30 days ago
at the forthcoming Fifa U-17 Women’s World Cup in Jordan. The draws for the biennial football showpiece at the Al-Hussein Cultural Centre in downtown Amman saw the nation’s campaigners pitched in a clearly tough group together with Brazil, England... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
'Final Word' on #Tipgate, by Rhodes Scholarpiece on understanding this, which is compulsory reading for anyone genuinely i
'Final Word' on #Tipgate, by Rhodes Scholar
AllAfrica.com / Posted a month ago
piece on understanding this, which is compulsory reading for anyone genuinely interested in understanding racism, is this brilliant "note on race and racism" by TO Molefe. The reason why words like "nigger", "kaffir" and all other such terms that... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Kronos Quartet (and Tanya Tagaq): A glorious performance that will be hard to top at the 21C Music Festivalthe European nobility in the mid 18th-century. The dissonance couldn’t have bee
Kronos Quartet (and Tanya Tagaq): A glorious performance that will be hard to top at the 21C Music Festival
The Globe and Mail / Posted 1 months ago
the European nobility in the mid 18th-century. The dissonance couldn’t have been stronger. An ultra-conservative Western cultural institution put at the service of an all-encompassing humanity. It was brilliant, breathtaking. The Kronos Quartet... Read more

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