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Family has five generations
Family has five generations IT WILL be a very busy Christmas for one Weston family, as they now have five generations to feed and buy presents for. Joanne Jones, who has been headteacher of Locking...
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40 Years Ago...And now: Putting the lighting effe...
... it's Philips, You're Sure" ran the tagline in the eighties for its consumer products. But consumers may have been forgiven for being unsure about a company that had, 17 years before...
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American Alley is new food, music, art center
Downtown Petaluma’s iconic American Alley, named for the American Hotel, which was opened in 1873 and razed in 1966 (to make way for what is known today as Putnam Plaza) is back in the business of...
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Holiday Finery on Display
Built in 1886 for Edward Tracy Hollingsworth, a prominent merchant and banker, the Gunn-Bellenger House, a two-story Victorian-style house with a...GadsdenTimes.comNovember 29, 2014 10:33 PM The...
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Jimmy White on a life fuelled by drink and drugs
EXCLUSIVE: Jimmy White on a life fuelled by drink, drugs, lunch with Ronnie Kray, talking snooker with the Queen and playing his dead brother at cards Jimmy White tells Sportsmail of his drink and...
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Thinking Allowed: Play up and play the game
My granddad taught me how to bowl. A cricket ball, of course; for him there was no other sport. I remember standing in the back garden, the smell of cardigan wafting from behind me, his big hands over...
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Meat market GLASGOW-BORN actor Alex Norton has written his autobiography, There's Been A Life!, in which he explains that although he appeared as DCI Burke in the crime series Taggart, he was in fact...
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Uber’s latest controversy: What’s the deal?
POPULAR ride-sharing app Uber has been in the headlines this week, for all the wrong reasons. But what actually happened? Earlier this week, it was revealed that senior Uber executive Emil Michael...
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Wine fans have spoken at Klink 2014
Thinking of visiting the Western Cape Winelands but have no idea where to start? Why not begin with the wine farms recommended by the public? The recent Klink Awards has seen 17 wine farms named for...
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