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Challenge for PAP to retain same dominance as in ...
SINGAPORE: The People's Action Party will face a challenge to retain the same degree of control over Parliament as it has had in the past, said Mr Ho Kwon Ping in his first lecture as S R Nathan...
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National Library and Its Challenges
... library connects us with the insight and knowledge... of the greatest minds that ever were, with the best teachers, drawn from the entire planet and from all our history, to instruct us without...
Read more at AllAfrica.com
Youth urged to use the library
YOUNG BARBADIANS HAVE been asked to assist in maintaining the strong historical tradition of preserving the public library system. The appeal came this morning from Minister of Culture, Sports and...
Read more at Nation News
Unseen WW1 treasures up for auction
Rare collection of WW1 books and art works to be sold next month Prince William says he and younger brother Prince Harry will attend next year's Anzac centenary celebrations at Gallipoli. Incredible...
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1923 map shows every pub in Old Town Edinburgh
A POSTER-style map of central Edinburgh depicting an alcoholic ‘bog of self-indulgence’ marking with red dots and diamonds the location of every pub and licensed grocers selling booze is one of the...
Read more at Scotsman
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King Creosote at Howard Assembly Room, Leeds
For a prolific solo artist, King Creosote’s greatest successes have been collaborative efforts. Diamond Mine, which the Fife singer-songwriter recorded with Jon Hopkins, was nominated for the Mercury...
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the Mercury Prize
National Library of Scotland
The Adventures of Seepersad Naipaul
Many of us may know of characters like the mysterious Bogart, the posturing “tough guy” who hardly says a word; or Popo the carpenter, who is always “making the thing without a name,” yet rarely...
Read more at The Trinidad Guardian
Brigham Young University
Brigham Young University in Utah
A section of China’s largest book found at The Hu...
SAN MARINO >> A volume of the largest book ever written in China lay shelved and uncataloged in The Huntington’s library collection for nearly five decades before curators recently discovered the text...
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Library of Congress
National Library has lost its appeal
I FULLY support the comments on “Children’s Library poorly maintained” (The Star, Oct 15) by Teoh PP. The
, which was opened to the public since the early 1980s, was well maintained...
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Shared services back in fashion in the federal bu...
Departments all over Canberra are offloading backroom functions. It's not quite a return to the days of the Commonwealth government's "super department", but the concept of shared services is back in...
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Your Irish ancestors connection with the linen in...
If your ancestors are from the Lagan Valley area in Ulster, chances are they worked within the linen industry. Photo by:
of Ireland Findmypast is working in partnership with...
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Healthcare professionals battling Ebola outbreak ...
Healthcare professionals in African countries can access Elsevier medical content, online and by mobile devices, through ClinicalKey and NIH's Emergency Access Initiative To support healthcare...
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National Institute of Health
U.S. National Library of Medicine
Prom king Greg set to bring out Clarence’s orches...
THERE'S a feeling in the air that can almost be touched as it's the beginning of a new project for Clarence Valley musicians. As the Proms baton comes down for the first notes of the first program...
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World War One exhibition gives insight into war a...
World War One exhibition gives insight into war and conflictThursday, 16 October 2014, 9:33 amPress Release: New Zealand GovernmentWorld War One exhibition gives insight into war and conflictThe...
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WW1 exhibition starts in Wellington
Homasa David at the exhibition, which opened at the
in Wellington. Photo / Mark Mitchell An exhibition of World War I diaries, letters and photos has gone on display today at the...
Read more at The New Zealand Herald
Bill Clinton-Signed Bottle of Mount Vernon Whiske...
D.C. Drowns in Whiskey Talk “Wow! I’ve never seen so many whiskeys I don’t recognize,” one apparently overwhelmed drinker declared as he surveyed the row upon row of handcrafted tipples trotted out...
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British Library Appoints Digirati to Deliver "Uni...
British Library Appoints Digirati to Deliver "Universal Player" Digirati have been appointed to develop a "universal player" for content provided through the British Library�s website for a range of...
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Israeli library's manuscripts tell unique stories
JERUSALEM (AP) — These are treasures that Israel doesn’t allow anyone to check out of its
. Kafka’s Hebrew vocabulary notebook. The first written evidence of the Yiddish language. And...
Read more at Jefferson City News Tribune
Lee Heung dies at 93
Days after the launch of a book commemorating his work, veteran masman Stephen Lee Heung, 93, died on Monday night from pneumonia at St Clair Medical Centre. The book, We Kind ah People, by American...
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St Clair Medical Centre
It’s official, we’re unofficial
GISBORNE is not an “official” name for the city, says the New Zealand Geographic Board. The name has not been gazetted and is regarded as a collected or recorded name, says New Zealand Geographic...
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