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2015/01/29 01:45
2015/01/29 01:45
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A THIRTEENTH-century Scottish castle that was once a Jacobite stronghold has become self- sufficient thanks to a 100-year-old green energy system being brought back into operation. Blair Castle,...
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2015/01/29 01:45
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2015/01/28 19:30
2015/01/28 19:30
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A mystical land, Morocco in northwest Africa gives you a glimpse of desert dunes, ski resorts and snow- clad mountains, all at the same time. The romance of Casablanca, the magic of Marrakech, the...
2015/01/26 00:51
2015/01/26 00:51
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... billion cups of coffee are drunk each year around the world SOME STIRRING FACTS EXCITED GOATS AND THE SAINT FROM MOCHA Legend has it that coffee was discovered by a lonely goat herder in...
2015/01/20 03:16
2015/01/20 03:16
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You only turn 500 once so Hampton Court Palace is pulling out all the stops for its milestone anniversary. The royal palace, which was commissioned by Henry VIII's advisor Cardinal Wolsey in 1515, is...
2015/01/16 19:41
2015/01/16 19:41
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A TREASURE trove of rare historical artefacts worth an estimated £250,000 will be auctioned off at Bonhams in Kidlington next week. The haul was collected over 30 years by former Daily Mail...
2015/01/12 11:42
2015/01/12 11:42
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A chance encounter with two Americans tracing their ancestry has prompted a book exploring a notorious ‘miscarriage of justice’ in 18th century Youghal. Historian and retired school principal Kieran...
2015/01/12 00:45
2015/01/12 00:45
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GOOGLE “Kit Harington” and the top questions on the internet are his Twitter account, his height and his workout regime. So let’s get these vital issues out the way: Harington doesn’t have a Twitter...
2015/01/10 18:50
2015/01/10 18:50
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Watch More Videos Irish Muslims hear fierce denunciation of Islamic extremists Kevin Myers on Ireland’s Great War Mother and baby homes were symptoms of a traumatised society after Civil...
2015/01/10 16:50
2015/01/10 16:50
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Review: The King’s Irishmen: The Irish in the Exiled Court of Charles II, 1649-1660 A frenetic tale of Irish royalists in 17th-century Europe, who had a tough job proving their loyalty Charles II...
2015/01/09 20:17
2015/01/09 20:17
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As the Walters Art Museum's executive director, Julia Marciari-Alexander's work is all about precious things. But it's the meaning of those "things" that intrigues the 47-year-old Homeland...
2015/01/03 06:49
2015/01/03 06:49
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Who did you say you were? Encounters with Charles Haughey Stephen Collins, Joe Joyce, Peter Murtagh and Michael O’Regan on the late taoiseach’s volcanic temper, use of power, and taste for living on...
2015/01/02 19:51
2015/01/02 19:51
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The library on the first floor of the Grade I-listed Combermere Abbey has a fascinating history dating back to 1133, including being an abbot’s principal room to welcome guests in the 16th century and...
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2015/01/02 18:37
2015/01/02 18:37
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... up! If you’re in the stands. Stand up! If you’re in the stands! Stand up!” comes the cry and from their seats rise a wave of 19 elves, seven dwarves (but no Snow White), 16 Teenage Mutant Ninja...
2015/01/01 12:32
2015/01/01 12:32
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A solitary horse skeleton — which is thought be several centuries old — has been discovered after excavations at Charles II’s Palace House in Newmarket earlier this month. Palace House was built by...
2014/12/26 22:46
2014/12/26 22:46
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Perhaps 2015 could finally be the year breakfast stops being overlooked and starts being indulged in, writes Lori Anderson Were I to be sentenced to a sizzling end in the electric chair there is one...
2014/12/26 16:01
2014/12/26 16:01
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The development is controversial. Many see it as too dense for the area, and believe it does not adequately reflect the site’s huge historical importance. Like many modern housing projects, the bulk...
2014/12/26 10:09
2014/12/26 10:09
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... though the rooms are already furnished in the way they would have been in the 1500s, it gave us a completely different perspective on the building. “Everyone who works here loves the Palace and...
2014/12/26 00:51
2014/12/26 00:51
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Many primary schools are not performing traditional nativity plays In place of the usual merri­ment spread over 12 days the Cromwellian zealots declared that there should be a single day of fasting...
2015/01/29 01:45
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