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St Albans gardeners asked to help air ambulance s...
St Albans gardeners asked to help air ambulance service Herts Air Ambulance Summer of Open Gardens 2015 starts at Bride Hall in Ayot St Lawrence Green thumbs in St Albans and Harpenden have been...
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The Role of Law Enforcement Agencies in Developin...
To be able to appreciate the topic, there is the need to remind ourselves what corruption entails, particularly, it is the stealing of the commonwealth by those entrusted to keep it for us, since all...
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Thousands head to castle to relive the historic s...
HISTORY nearly repeated itself in Wallingford this weekend as hundreds of Roundheads and Cavaliers fought in fearsome battle. More than 750 history buffs from the English Civil War Society invaded...
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History in Objects
The Canadian Historical Exhibition stirs nationalist sentiment in June 1899. When the Canadian Historical Exhibition opened at Toronto’s Victoria College in June 1899, journalists hailed that its...
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Campus Cultism - Nigeria's Fast-Ticking Terrorist...
Uyo — IF media reports are anything to go by, cultism is alarmingly on the rise in tertiary and post-primary institutions in Nigeria, a development that has raised grave concerns in many quarters,...
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European superstar soprano Jessica Pratt returns ...
Jessica Pratt in Opera di Firenze's 2014 production of Bellini's I Puritani. Photo: Pietro Paolini/TerraProject/Contrasto Italy-based Australian soprano Jessica Pratt will be one of the most...
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Uber's London blitz leads to drop in black-cab re...
The famous black cabs of the British capital, which have ferried city-goers for more than a century, are in danger of being run out of town by upstart taxi app Uber. Data obtained by Bloomberg from...
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Europe has much to learn from the Battle of Water...
As Thursday’s 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo approached, an old pal of impeccably leftwing views gave me a copy of Andrew Roberts’s new biography of Napoléon. In doing so he apologised...
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Where's Cromwell? Edward Snowden has been neutral...
All one need do to get a sense of urgency required to bring order out of the chaos that is the current state of this mixed up world is to listen to the MSM report the evening news. That is if you can...
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Tory MP backtracks after jibe about Scots being t...
CRASS: Lucy Frazer, left, pictured with Prime Minister David Cameron. Frazer has apologised for joking about slavery [Facebook] During a debate Lucy Frazer, the new MP for South East Cambridgeshire,...
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Tory apologises over 'joke' about turning Scots i...
Since Frazer, a former Queen's Counsel barrister, made the comments she has received angry messages sent to her Facebook page from Scots upset over the Tories' making light of slavery. Last night she...
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How Chairman Mao, Charles I and Alexander the Gre...
The sale of Picasso's Women Of Algiers last month for $179.4m (£116.8m, €159.4m) illustrated just how far the collectibles investment market has come, but it's not just rare paintings that are pulling...
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'Have we lost the art of the letter'
Dear reader, Bear with me. I’m trying to make this look as if it’s just you and me enjoying the lost art of the letter. But just imagine for a moment that these words have been inked in looping...
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Classic Airfix model kits on offer in Hornby crow...
The toymaker is launching its “KitStarter” crowd-funding platform, which will allow model-building fans to decide which kits the 76-year-old company re-releases from its archives. Hornby chief...
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Let the Astley adventures begin!
Children will finally get the chance to play on Astley Park’s new themed ‘destination play area' today. Chorley Council will open the much-anticipated play area at 2pm this afternoon after months of...
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Andrew Ffrench soaks up the beauty of a Saxon town with its head firmly in the 21st century. Historic market town Wallingford is proud of its past and its appearance has not altered a great deal...
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