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2015/03/01 10:12
2015/03/01 10:12
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The death in Adelaide of Professor Graeme Hugo AO, aged 68, deprived Australia and the world of a pre-eminent scholar in international migration, demographic trends, and population geography and...
2015/03/01 10:12
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2015/03/01 09:49
2015/03/01 09:49
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Dylan Thomas and so much more – a St David’s Day salute to Welsh writers Eileen Battersby looks at and beyond the three great Thomases – Dylan, RS and Gwyn – to celebrate the rich literary tradition...
2015/02/28 23:39
2015/02/28 23:39
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As the men chanted over the sounds of their millenniums-old instruments, the boys spun, one by one, onto the floor. None looked a day over 16. Each whirled, robe floating above the carpet, eyes...
2015/02/28 15:15
2015/02/28 15:15
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Spain's third largest city is a captivating cultural mix of ultramodern architecture and medieval magic. 1. A MEDITERRANEAN RENAISSANCE For years, Spain's third largest metropolis lingered in the...
2015/02/28 11:41
2015/02/28 11:41
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Stephen Tompkinson has said he thinks people love his detective drama DCI Banks so much because they never want to end up at the centre of a crime themselves. The former Ballykissangel star is...
2015/02/28 10:33
2015/02/28 10:33
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It’s an unlikely destination. While the city has a long and Cosmopolitan history, reflected in its picturesque mix of architecture, its recent past has been less friendly. When Germany invaded in...
2015/02/28 09:59
2015/02/28 09:59
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MGU to soon launch foreign language courses China’s civilisational relations and cultural contacts with India, extending over thousands of years, continue to be a critical factor in sustaining a...
2015/02/27 22:10
2015/02/27 22:10
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Sir Edward Barnes by William Salter Satyajit Ray astonished me at our first meeting. I had trotted out various Santiniketan connections I expected him to know. He looked at me for a moment while I...
2015/02/27 21:26
2015/02/27 21:26
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By Jessica IredaleThe designer's fall lineup was confident, with a noticeable uptick in modernity and practicality from last season. Establishing a ready-to-wear identity for any house, particularly...
2015/02/27 21:09
2015/02/27 21:09
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The problem for Sparta was that their closed society didn’t work and eventually they disappeared in the sands of time as they ran out of warriors and ideas. Now compare the Spartan example to Athens....
2015/02/27 20:33
2015/02/27 20:33
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Danielle Citron Lois K. Macht Research Professor & Professor of Law University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law Danielle Citron has become a national advocate against and a leading...
2015/02/27 18:58
2015/02/27 18:58
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A TEACHER who has given over 30 years of service to Blackburn’s diverse communities has been honoured with a lifetime achievement award. The awards organised by One Voice were held at Maida...
2015/02/27 18:10
2015/02/27 18:10
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... may have come in feeling one way, and you walk out feeling another way," warned LaBute, whose series about the family members' incestuous and clandestine relationship will debut March 3 at 8 p.m....
2015/02/27 17:21
2015/02/27 17:21
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Movie date! Kylie Jenner and 'beau' Tyga hit theater before she makes grumpy faces at LA airport while being patted down by security They sure spend a lot of nights together for being just 'friends,'...
2015/02/27 15:59
2015/02/27 15:59
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Sanjeev Kapoor’s multi-cuisine restaurant, Grain of Salt, opens in the city The Mezze platter is a conversation starter. It arrives with super soft pita bread, a creamy hummus dip with olives, and...
2015/02/27 15:45
2015/02/27 15:45
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The striker left the Etihad in 2009 after being stuck behind the likes of Jo, Benjani and Felipe Caicedo, and represents the last jewel to have emerged from the club's academy In December, Manchester...
2015/02/27 14:59
2015/02/27 14:59
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While the late Christopher Hitchens firmly believed that women aren’t funny (Vanity Fair article circa 2007), American director Paul Feig has an opposing viewpoint. He writes in The Hollywood Reporter...
2015/02/27 14:59
2015/02/27 14:59
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A fully loaded pizza with extra cheese and extra toppings — well, that’s one way to describe this weekend! Try taking your pick from a bicycle marathon, a line-up of sunset concerts on the beach, and...
2015/02/27 14:57
2015/02/27 14:57
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The flag which adorns this column every week is rarely flown in Britain, despite being much loved by Brits. You don’t see Brits draped in red, white and blue, like you see Trinis draped in red, white...
2015/02/27 13:26
2015/02/27 13:26
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Our most read story this week got picked up by global media from Al Jazeera to Time and even teen magazine Cosmopolitan. Police in southern Sweden confused birthday balloons in the shape of the...
2015/03/01 10:12
2015/03/01 10:12
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