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2015/01/23 14:59
2015/01/23 14:59
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It stands rather forlornly on Anderson Road, Egmore, on the same side as Asan Memorial School. Indeed, it, and the compound wall that still survives by its side though almost obliterated by the rising...
2015/01/23 14:59
2015/01/23 14:59
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2015/01/22 00:52
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The perfect sick bed is important when you come down with the sniffles BE PREPARED Much of what you need when you are indisposed will already be in your house: face flannel or tea towel, hot water...
2015/01/21 21:16
2015/01/21 21:16
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REV. BRO. STEPHEN MODESTUS: First old boy Director of St. Sebastian’s It is with profound sorrow that I write this appreciation of Rev. Bro. Modestus FSC who passed away peacefully on February 7,...
2015/01/20 07:50
2015/01/20 07:50
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The fiery redhead from “The Quiet Man” shows us she’s still got it with some great personal info. Photo by: Wikimedia Red hair, freckles, experts at Irish dancing and blessed with ‘the gift of the...
2015/01/19 02:25
2015/01/19 02:25
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History is literally fading away in London right now. Many of the items in The British Library's vast collection of recorded sound are in danger of disappearing. Some just physically won't last much...
2015/01/16 00:00
2015/01/16 00:00
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Mozart kicked off the 2011 Elora Festival Friday night, with two familiar works that highlighted the talents of the Elora Festival Orchestra and Singers. "Magnificent Mozart" began with the Symphony...
2015/01/15 06:09
2015/01/15 06:09
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The sounds of British history, from the voice of Florence Nightingale to the testimony of First World War soldiers, could be lost forever within the next 15 years, the British Library has...
2015/01/14 23:17
2015/01/14 23:17
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A treasure trove of British history is destined to be lost within the next 15 years. The British Library has warned that its unique archive of sound recordings dating back to the 1870s need to be...
2015/01/13 05:26
2015/01/13 05:26
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Children at KidZania spend the day role-playing at various careers. Among the simulated jobs are pilot, dentist, and judge.Credit Illustration by Nishant Choksi Several decades ago, the district of...
2015/01/12 22:09
2015/01/12 22:09
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Will Prentice, British Library curator who has been part of the team working to preserve the recordings for several years, warned that once the sounds were gone, that would be irretrievable. “We run...
2015/01/07 17:09
2015/01/07 17:09
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A tributary of the Amazon (Photo: Getty) One of Thorpe’s illustrious predecessors, Jonathan Raban, simply (he makes it sound easy) went with the flow. Before setting off down the Mississippi, he...
2015/01/05 22:47
2015/01/05 22:47
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Nudging our unfit and obese citizenry into action can only go so far if we are to make a dent in the morbidity statistics, writes Hugh Reilly AT THE ripe old age of 58, I am becoming aware of my...
2015/01/05 19:49
2015/01/05 19:49
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Pictured are, front row: Stacey Hale, Jamie Post, Kimberly Vanholt, Christine Morris, and Amanda Vanderford. Middle row: Michelle Walters, Jordan Knox, Susie Willis, Karee Wood, Amanda Kober. Back...
2015/01/05 16:57
2015/01/05 16:57
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Natosha Stewart of Memphis (left) and Kayla Walters of Munford participate in the traditional Florence Nightingale lamp lighting ceremony during DSCC's 50th nursing pinning ceremony. Carrie Buckner...
2015/01/04 10:17
2015/01/04 10:17
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A hospital has apologised for “fundamental failings” after nursing staff shockingly missed tell-tale signs an elderly patient in their care was almost totally blind. The family of well-known teacher...
2015/01/04 08:57
2015/01/04 08:57
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Two of my oldest and dearest friends gave me a wonderful Christmas present. It�s the biography of Matthew Halton, a newspaperman and later CBC broadcaster widely considered Canada�s greatest foreign...
2015/01/23 14:59
2015/01/23 14:59
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