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2015/04/15 23:26
2015/04/15 23:26
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The beheading of a king: How the daily news of 17th century Londoners lives on in Melbourne The trial and execution of King Charles I in 1648-49 was more than 350 years ago, but holding in your hands...
2015/04/15 23:26
2015/04/15 23:26
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2015/04/14 22:57
2015/04/14 22:57
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Thank you for publishing Anthony Fury's column, Balanced budget law matters. (April 9). I think it is criminal to spend money that our children and grandchildren have not even earned. And...
2015/04/14 05:26
2015/04/14 05:26
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Magna Carta’s significance has often been overstated, its meaning distorted.Credit The National Archives / The New York Times / Redux The reign of King John was in all ways unlikely and, in most,...
2015/04/12 11:50
2015/04/12 11:50
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Drogheda, County Louth: Irish history has had many famous moments that changed the country and the people forever. Photo by: iStock Irish history has had many famous moments that changed the country...
2015/04/10 18:50
2015/04/10 18:50
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Call me uncultured, but I had never watched Star Wars. Okay, Episode IV was on at a party once, but I didn’t really pay attention. Most people see the series for the first time as children, and I grew...
2015/04/10 16:00
2015/04/10 16:00
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What Then Makes The Mick Man Tick? What makes the Mick man Tick? In a word I guess honesty. Oliver Cromwell once said that ' a few honest men are better than numbers,' and in the case of our manager...
2015/04/10 03:16
2015/04/10 03:16
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New Zealand TV-obsessed website The Spinoff curates Weekend Watch, their selection of the best places to rest your weary eyes on your days off, selected by Spinoff editor Duncan Greive (DG) or staff...
2015/04/10 03:01
2015/04/10 03:01
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The British royals continue their occupation of Broadway this spring, with Peter Morgan’s tepid “The Audience” now followed by the Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of “Wolf Hall: Parts One &...
2015/04/10 02:08
2015/04/10 02:08
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The British royals continue their occupation of Broadway this spring, with Peter Morgan’s tepid “The Audience” now followed by the Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of “Wolf Hall: Parts One &...
2015/04/04 13:53
2015/04/04 13:53
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Beginning Sunday and for the following five weeks, PBS' "Masterpiece Theatre" will be the home of "Wolf Hall." When I say that it is no "Downton Abbey," I mean it in the best way. A miniseries based...
2015/03/28 16:35
2015/03/28 16:35
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Kate Middleton’s due date for royal baby number two revealed as April 25th Aside from the perfect weather, we may soon have a new reason to love April 25th. So what will this mean? Well, after a...
2015/03/27 00:51
2015/03/27 00:51
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Andre Tchaikowsky gave his skull to the Royal Shakespeare Company to be used as the skull of Yorick 1. The word ‘theatre’ comes from the Greek ‘theatron’ meaning ‘a viewing place’. 2. In 1591,...
2015/03/26 08:51
2015/03/26 08:51
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Richard III died a gruesome death during the Battle of Bosworth Richard III died a gruesome death during the Battle of Bosworth, aged 31 in 1485. His skeleton was found beneath a council car park in...
2015/03/21 10:03
2015/03/21 10:03
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They came as slaves; vast human cargo transported on tall British ships bound for the Americas. They were shipped by the hundreds of thousands and included men, women, and even the youngest of...
2015/03/20 15:24
2015/03/20 15:24
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The constant stream of tragic news from Iraq over the last year (and decade) means that the recent report from the Associated Press about the destruction of Saddam Hussein’s tomb is merely a footnote....
2015/03/20 08:53
2015/03/20 08:53
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On This Day - Monday 16 The Queen plants a tulip tree in the grounds of Solihull School with the help of two of the pupils on May 15, 1962 . Were you there that day? 1660: England’s Long Parliament...
2015/04/15 23:26
2015/04/15 23:26
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