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An unholy hour
An unholy hour An Irishman’s Diary about war, theatre, and Dublin Castle’s Chapel Royal The Chapel Royal at Dublin Castle. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien In all my years of schooling, there can’t have...
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Roundabout looks blooming lovely, says town counc...
Roundabout looks blooming lovely, says town councillor 10:00pm Tuesday 29th July 2014 in News By Pete Hughes, Reporter covering Abingdon and Wantage, South Oxford and Kennington. Call me on 01865...
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St Mary’s Church
See first steam train to stop at Addlestone in ov...
The nostalgic event took place on Thursday (July 24), when the Britannia class locomotive the
pulled The Cathedrals Express into town to pick up passengers, on its way down to the...
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The Middle Ages live in Mendocino County
Mendocino County is home to a branch of the Society for Creative Anachronism, an organization dedicated to the research and demonstration of medieval European cultures. Members adopt names and develop...
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Society for Creative Anachronism
Israel, Gaza and more
Readers at odds on Israel, Hamas, Gaza I am in sympathy with the view expressed by Ryan Rawas (“Israeli attacks on Gaza violating law,” Letters, July 19). However, he chooses to ignore the fact that...
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Eight of the luckiest people alive
Maarten de Jonge, 29, had booked onto both of the doomed Malaysia Airlines flights but changed his plans at the last minute. The cyclist, who travels around the world to compete for Malaysia's...
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Maarten de Jonge
Magical homes with hidden tunnels and secret rooms
Magical homes with hidden tunnels and secret rooms ANDREA Watson investigates the enduring appeal of houses that have secret rooms and tunnels. 16th century Shiverstone Farm, has a secret staircase...
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Ireland owes Oliver Cromwell an apology, says thi...
Have centuries of historical scholarship and eyewitness accounts conspired to mislead us about Cromwell? Everything we know about
is wrong. Generations of scholars deliberately...
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St. Peter’s Church
What Does New Gandhi Statue Mean?
A new statue of Gandhi is to be erected in Parliament Square, beside figures such as Winston Churchill and
it was announced yesterday. The idea has come out of a trade mission to...
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Barcelona airport near miss and 8 other incredibl...
This week a sunbather escaped death by mere inches when a light aircraft soared overhead on its way into landing on a runway at Heligoland, an island in northern Germany. And it's not the first time...
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Mission launched to identify thousands of bodies ...
Fifteen “Buried at Bedlam” volunteers are searching historical records across the capital to build the first list of names of those buried at the cemetery, which was located near the site of the...
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Caerphilly Castle in 1300: Take a stunning tour a...
Ever wondered what famous Welsh landmarks like Caerphilly Castle actually looked like hundreds of years ago? Well, now you can travel back in time and get a taste for one of the largest castles in...
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Leaning Tower of Pisa
Lost Edinburgh: The Act of Union
THE POLITICAL unification of Scotland with England was a landmark moment in European history, but its very enactment provoked riots on the streets of Edinburgh - the city where it was finalised in...
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4th of July – a Christian holiday? - Have you eve...
Have you ever considered July 4th to be a religious (Christian) holiday? LOL, I doubt it. All Americans know the 4th as our nation’s birthday, the day the delegates to the Continental Congress signed...
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St Ives' Party Animal
St Ives' Party Animal TEARING down St Ives landmark statue of
would be controversial. Introducing crocodiles to the River Great Ouse, which meanders peacefully through town, would be...
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The hard facts of stones - Ask Dr G
Although the lifetime risk of having a renal calculus is around 10%, the risk of a small stone causing health problems during Ramadan is minimal. The start of Ramadan is the beginning of the ninth...
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Sallying forth in bid to reclaim Oxfordshire's sp...
Sallying forth in bid to reclaim Oxfordshire's sporting honour at Charlbury Beer Festival Buy this photo » Members of the Charlbury Beer Festival organising team, from left, Ed Fenton, Nick Millea,...
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