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Evening Standard
Flood alerts issued along huge stretch of River ThamesFlood alerts have been issued for a huge stretch of the River Thames because of
Flood alerts issued along huge stretch of River Thames
Evening Standard / Posted 31 minutes ago
Flood alerts have been issued for a huge stretch of the River Thames because of “astronomical” high tides. Areas including Greenwich and Chiswick have been affected in recent days as the major waterway burst its banks, with flood alerts being issued... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Poet visits Workington schoolPoetLemn Sissay MBE visited Ashfield Junior School in Workington as part of its
Poet visits Workington school
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 2 hours ago
PoetLemn Sissay MBE visited Ashfield Junior School in Workington as part of its Voice Up poetry week. MAN OF WORDS: poet and writer Lemn Sissay with children on a visit to Ashfield Junior School, Workington; Wednesday 10th February 2016: PAUL... Read more
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Evening Standard
3 gin cocktail recipes to make for your lover on Valentine's DayThis weekend, dig out your cocktail shaker and rustle up a few cocktails for yo
3 gin cocktail recipes to make for your lover on Valentine's Day
Evening Standard / Posted 2 hours ago
This weekend, dig out your cocktail shaker and rustle up a few cocktails for your amour. Method: shake all ingredients together and strain into a martini glass, garnish with a raspberry 50mls Tanqueray 25mls Lemon Juice 10mls sugar ½ an egg... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Scientists have discovered how to 'delete' unwanted memories"For much of human history, memory has been seen as a tape recorder that faithf
Scientists have discovered how to 'delete' unwanted memories
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 hours ago
"For much of human history, memory has been seen as a tape recorder that faithfully registers information and replays it intact," say the film's makers. "But now, researchers are discovering that memory is far more malleable, always being written... Read more
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express
Did Ronan Keating just announce a Boyzone and Westlife boyband supergroup? RONAN KEATING sent fans crazy when he mentioned a Boyzone and Westlife superg
Did Ronan Keating just announce a Boyzone and Westlife boyband supergroup?
express / Posted 19 hours ago
RONAN KEATING sent fans crazy when he mentioned a Boyzone and Westlife supergroup for the Boyzone 25th Anniversary celebrations. "It'd be cool, fun, I think to do something... Read more
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Evening Standard
How London would look if every planned skyscraper was builtThis computer simulation shows what the capital would look like if all of its p
How London would look if every planned skyscraper was built
Evening Standard / Posted 20 hours ago
This computer simulation shows what the capital would look like if all of its planned skyscrapers were built. More than 250 buildings are either under construction or awaiting approval in locations across London. This computer-generated mock-up,... Read more
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London SE1
Further scrutiny for Garden Bridge from London Assembly and RIBAIt's been a difficult week for backers of the �175 million footbridge between T
Further scrutiny for Garden Bridge from London Assembly and RIBA
London SE1 / Posted 20 hours ago
It's been a difficult week for backers of the �175 million footbridge between Temple Station and the South Bank, with Lambeth councillors ordering a rethink of the southern landing building and calling for improved public toilet provision. Mayor of... Read more
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Londonist
"We All Moaned About The Olympics, Too": Interview With The Head Of The Garden Bridge TrustBeing the head of the Garden Bridge Trust can’t be an easy job at the minute. T
"We All Moaned About The Olympics, Too": Interview With The Head Of The Garden Bridge Trust
Londonist / Posted 20 hours ago
Being the head of the Garden Bridge Trust can’t be an easy job at the minute. There’s vocal opposition — we’ll come onto the detail in a moment — to the extent of parodying the bridge in the form of a scrotum, and an unfolding procurement scandal.... Read more
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Evening Standard
Elton John: his master's voiceThe queue outside ITV Studios on the South Bank is long and expectant. The smil
Elton John: his master's voice
Evening Standard / Posted 22 hours ago
The queue outside ITV Studios on the South Bank is long and expectant. The smiley grannies with their silent husbands clutching hot milky teas, the single forty-something men with bad anoraks, the nonchalant, pretty students sharing a half bottle of... Read more
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Queens Park Rangers
QPR in the Community Trust welcomes competition winners from South AfricaQPR in the Community Trust recently welcomed pupils and staff from Orlando Pira
QPR in the Community Trust welcomes competition winners from South Africa
Queens Park Rangers / Posted yesterday
QPR in the Community Trust recently welcomed pupils and staff from Orlando Pirates to London. Three young students were selected as part of a unique collaborative education programme, made possible through the support of Acer and Microsoft. Prior... Read more
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MLive.com
2 West Michigan golf courses seek Chapter 11 bankruptcyGRAND RAPIDS, MI – Two West Michigan golf courses will open this spring despite
2 West Michigan golf courses seek Chapter 11 bankruptcy
MLive.com / Posted yesterday
GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Two West Michigan golf courses will open this spring despite a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition filed by their ownership group this week, their general partner said on Wednesday, Feb. 10. Wallinwood Springs Golf Club of Jenison and... Read more
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Gazette News
World-class violinist opens more classical doorsAS one of the most famous violinists in the world, Tasmin Little has made it he
World-class violinist opens more classical doors
Gazette News / Posted yesterday
AS one of the most famous violinists in the world, Tasmin Little has made it her mission to make classical music accessible to all. And what better way to do it than by getting more than a million people to download her music for free. Appointed an... Read more
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London SE1
Garden Bridge bogged down in toilet rowLambeth's planning applications committee met on Tuesday night to consider whet
Garden Bridge bogged down in toilet row
London SE1 / Posted yesterday
Lambeth's planning applications committee met on Tuesday night to consider whether conditions imposed on the Garden Bridge's planning permission in respect of the South Bank landing building, delivery and servicing, waste management and coaches and... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Sofie Formica's 10 tips for Valentine's DayA couple's massage is ideal as you can be a little bit selfish .. it's not only
Sofie Formica's 10 tips for Valentine's Day
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
A couple's massage is ideal as you can be a little bit selfish .. it's not only a gift to them but a gift to yourself. Australian television veteran Sofie Formica has offered her 10 tips to keep your partner happy on Valentine's Day. Formica, who... Read more
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Perth Now
Change is afoot in this Aussie cityWHAT do world leaders do when they find themselves with time on their hands in
Change is afoot in this Aussie city
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
WHAT do world leaders do when they find themselves with time on their hands in a strange Australian city? They go for a walk. That, at any rate, was what leaders of Singapore, Britain, Germany and Canada did at a G20 summit in Queensland’s state... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Change is afoot in this Aussie cityFree walking tours of Brisbane with Brisbane Greeters | DailyTelegraph SearchU
Change is afoot in this Aussie city
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Free walking tours of Brisbane with Brisbane Greeters | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website WHAT do world leaders do when they find themselves with time on their... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Change is afoot in this Aussie cityWHAT do world leaders do when they find themselves with time on their hands in
Change is afoot in this Aussie city
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 days ago
WHAT do world leaders do when they find themselves with time on their hands in a strange Australian city? They go for a walk. That, at any rate, was what leaders of Singapore, Britain, Germany and Canada did at a G20 summit in Queensland’s state... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
From Benny Lynch to gang culture: 26 Things you NEED to know about the GorbalsThe Evening Times shines the spotlight on one of Glasgow's best known areas - T
From Benny Lynch to gang culture: 26 Things you NEED to know about the Gorbals
EveningTimes Online / Posted 2 days ago
The Evening Times shines the spotlight on one of Glasgow's best known areas - The Gorbals. Here are 26 things you need to know about the area. Do you have a better Gorbals memory? Comment below: 1. Heard of the Jeely piece song? “Ye canne fling... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Five cultured things to do in BrisbaneFrom galleries to flea markets, this city is abuzz with culture, says Megan Sin
Five cultured things to do in Brisbane
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
From galleries to flea markets, this city is abuzz with culture, says Megan Singleton Brisbane offers plenty for culture lovers. Photo / Supplied 1. Go on a suitcase rummage If you love a good flea market, then on the first and third Sundays of... Read more
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Bury Times
In the dock: 8 people who have appeared in court in BuryA round-up of people who have appeared in court in Bury. Man, 32, jailed after
In the dock: 8 people who have appeared in court in Bury
Bury Times / Posted 2 days ago
A round-up of people who have appeared in court in Bury. Man, 32, jailed after holiday A MAN has been jailed for four weeks for not telling the police he was going on holiday. Paul Baker, aged 32, of South Bank Road, Bury, was obliged to let the... Read more
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SaukValley.com
Pickleball? It's kind of a big dill around hereThe sport is not unlike an oversized game of ping pong, played with a whiffle b
Pickleball? It's kind of a big dill around here
SaukValley.com / Posted 3 days ago
The sport is not unlike an oversized game of ping pong, played with a whiffle ball and paddles on a badminton-sized court. Confused? Don’t sweat it, said Mike Shears, a 40-year-old parole officer from Whiteside County who caught the bug at Page Park... Read more
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Wichita Falls Times Record News
Body in river identifiedWichita Falls Police have identified a man whose body was found in the Wichita
Body in river identified
Wichita Falls Times Record News / Posted 3 days ago
Wichita Falls Police have identified a man whose body was found in the Wichita River Saturday. He was James Sherman Hopkins, 57. Hopkins' body was found partially submerged on the south bank near the Multi-Purpose Events Center just before... Read more
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Evening Standard
Valentine's Day cocktails on the menu at The May Fair BarThe May Fair Bar on London’s Berkeley Street has launched a specially curated d
Valentine's Day cocktails on the menu at The May Fair Bar
Evening Standard / Posted 3 days ago
The May Fair Bar on London’s Berkeley Street has launched a specially curated drinks menu ahead of Valentine's Day. Available from today until February 14, the Valentine’s cocktails are served in an atmospheric setting, just the spot for a romantic... Read more
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Evening Standard
Valentine's Day cocktails on the menu at The May Fair HotelThe May Fair Hotel on London’s Berkeley Street has launched a specially curated
Valentine's Day cocktails on the menu at The May Fair Hotel
Evening Standard / Posted 3 days ago
The May Fair Hotel on London’s Berkeley Street has launched a specially curated drinks menu ahead of Valentine's Day. Available from today until February 14, the Valentine’s cocktails are best enjoyed in the atmospheric May Fair Bar, just the spot... Read more
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Londonist
Enjoy A Unique Valentine's Day On London's South BankLooking for somewhere special to celebrate Valentine's Day? South Bank has a wh
Enjoy A Unique Valentine's Day On London's South Bank
Londonist / Posted 3 days ago
Looking for somewhere special to celebrate Valentine's Day? South Bank has a whole chocolate box full of romantic Valentine’s activities and date ideas to melt the hardest of hearts. Love is all around Make this Valentine's Day extra special with a... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Jackfield stabilisation work nearing completion « Shropshire StarAnd residents in Jackfield in the Ironbridge Gorge have been invited to see wha
Jackfield stabilisation work nearing completion « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 4 days ago
And residents in Jackfield in the Ironbridge Gorge have been invited to see what else needs to be done to the south bank of the river at a drop-in session next week. Telford & Wrekin Council's engineers were this week putting the finishing touches... Read more
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Londonist
The Best Walk For A Date In LondonLondon is full of places to get conversation started on a first date. Start: B
The Best Walk For A Date In London
Londonist / Posted 5 days ago
London is full of places to get conversation started on a first date. Start: Borough Market (nearest tube: London Bridge) Finish: South Bank (nearest tube: Waterloo or Embankment) This Date Walk will take you to plenty of interesting places in... Read more
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News.com.au
French student's Qld killer 'a threat'breaking news A KILLER who left a French student's battered and naked body i
French student's Qld killer 'a threat'
News.com.au / Posted 5 days ago
breaking news A KILLER who left a French student's battered and naked body in a busy Brisbane park could strike again, police fear. Almost a week has passed since Sophie Collombet was found bashed in a... Read more
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Wichita Falls Times Record News
Body found in Wichita River near MPECA man was found dead on the south bank of the Wichita River near the Multi-Purp
Body found in Wichita River near MPEC
Wichita Falls Times Record News / Posted 5 days ago
A man was found dead on the south bank of the Wichita River near the Multi-Purpose Events Center just before noon Saturday. Sgt. Harold McClure, a Wichita Falls Police Department public information officer, said patrol units were dispatched to the... Read more
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Evening Standard
Hundreds evacuated after blaze breaks out at County HallHundreds of people were forced to leave restaurants and flats after a blaze bro
Hundreds evacuated after blaze breaks out at County Hall
Evening Standard / Posted 5 days ago
Hundreds of people were forced to leave restaurants and flats after a blaze broke out at County Hall on the South Bank. Footage taken from the London Eye showed flames and thick smoke billowing up from the building, after the fire reportedly erupted... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Bridge built to carry predicted traffic riseJust how do you build a bridge to handle more than 20,000 vehicle movements a d
Bridge built to carry predicted traffic rise
Otago Daily Times / Posted 5 days ago
Just how do you build a bridge to handle more than 20,000 vehicle movements a day? Paul Taylor gets the lowdown on what it will take to get the new Kawarau Bridge at Frankton off the ground. The first cars, camper vans and trucks will roll across... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Go Between Bridge toll should go if cars banned from Victoria Bridge: RACQThe RACQ says the Go Between Bridge (foreground) should be made toll free if th
Go Between Bridge toll should go if cars banned from Victoria Bridge: RACQ
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 days ago
The RACQ says the Go Between Bridge (foreground) should be made toll free if the Victoria Bridge becomes a car-free zone. Photo: Glenn Hunt Queensland's peak motoring body says plans to remove general traffic lanes on Brisbane's Victoria Bridge to... Read more
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chroniclelive
The story of Gateshead's vanished industrial landscape which was a staple in everyday lifeThe vanished industrial landscape of a Tyneside town is explored in a new river
The story of Gateshead's vanished industrial landscape which was a staple in everyday life
chroniclelive / Posted 7 days ago
The vanished industrial landscape of a Tyneside town is explored in a new riverside exhibition. The free exhibition runs until March 26 at St Mary’s Heritage Centre, in Oakwellgate, between the Tyne Bridge and Baltic arts centre which itself was... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Bridge preference 17m concrete spanOnly piles remain of what used to be the Oamaru Creek pedestrian bridge. The pi
Bridge preference 17m concrete span
Otago Daily Times / Posted 8 days ago
Only piles remain of what used to be the Oamaru Creek pedestrian bridge. The piles are seen in front of a railway bridge. PHOTO: HAMISH MACLEAN The Waitaki District Council's assets committee yesterday approved a recommendation, to go to a council... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Nottingham Jazz Diary with Jeanie Barton: February 5 to 11Make a date with Double Take (guitarists John Illingworth and Steve Rodda) and
Nottingham Jazz Diary with Jeanie Barton: February 5 to 11
Nottingham Post / Posted 8 days ago
Make a date with Double Take (guitarists John Illingworth and Steve Rodda) and enjoy their gypsy-bossa-Blue Note sounds at Stray's Tapas and Jazz Night in Newark on Friday February 5 from 7pm, book a table on 01636 700 597. On Sunday February 7, two... Read more
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Brisbane Times
New Brisbane water taxis demand CBD accessA former Hobart water taxi (pictured awaiting a new paint scheme) will soon ope
New Brisbane water taxis demand CBD access
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
A former Hobart water taxi (pictured awaiting a new paint scheme) will soon operate in Brisbane. Photo: Supplied Brisbane's first water taxi in decades could be about to start operation along the city's eponymous river, but the CBD will remain off... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Plea for peaceful Belfast St Patrick's Day celebrations In previous years hundreds of young people have flocked to the Holylands area
Plea for peaceful Belfast St Patrick's Day celebrations
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
In previous years hundreds of young people have flocked to the Holylands area for raucous street parties Political leaders have said they hope there will be no repeat of the drunken disorder... Read more
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chroniclelive
Smith's Dock in North Shields before the 21st century housing developments beganThe Chronicle reported in recent days how the second stage of a multi-million p
Smith's Dock in North Shields before the 21st century housing developments began
chroniclelive / Posted 9 days ago
The Chronicle reported in recent days how the second stage of a multi-million pound redevelopment of a former Tyneside shipyard has been given the stamp of approval. And work is set to begin on 34 houses, which were granted planning permission last... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Glasgow leisure park to get £1million faceliftThe Quay leisure park in Glasgow is to be given a £1million facelift by owners
Glasgow leisure park to get £1million facelift
EveningTimes Online / Posted 9 days ago
The Quay leisure park in Glasgow is to be given a £1million facelift by owners Strathclyde Pension Fund. Opened in 1996, the site is on the south bank of the River Clyde and includes a multiplex cinema, bingo, ten-pin bowling alley, hotel with 165... Read more
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News.com.au
Summer swelter just misses the markTriplets Sabrina, Francesca and Archie Stirling, 4, cool off at Tallebudgera. P
Summer swelter just misses the mark
News.com.au / Posted 10 days ago
Triplets Sabrina, Francesca and Archie Stirling, 4, cool off at Tallebudgera. PIC: Luke Marsden. BRISBANE has not quite reached its forecast 15-month high of 37C, but residents still sweltered through apparent temperatures around 40C. The city’s... Read more
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Gulf News
Frank Finlay, Academy Award-nominated actor, dies at 89The British actor was most famous for playing Iago in a 1965 film adaptation of
Frank Finlay, Academy Award-nominated actor, dies at 89
Gulf News / Posted 10 days ago
The British actor was most famous for playing Iago in a 1965 film adaptation of ‘Othello’ FILE - This is a Jan. 25, 2001 file photo of actor Frank Finlay at the South Bank Awards in London. British actor Frank Finlay, who was Academy Award-nominated... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Schoolkids hospitalised as extreme heat grips BrisbaneBrisbane weather: Heat and humidity land six high school students in hospital
Schoolkids hospitalised as extreme heat grips Brisbane
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
Brisbane weather: Heat and humidity land six high school students in hospital Photo: Riccardo Vio from Italy and Maud Decramer from Belgium cool off in the water at the beach at South Bank, Brisbane. (ABC News: Giulio Saggin) Six students from a... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
£1m revamp at the QuayA £1million upgrade will hope to attract growing numbers of visitors. The Quay
£1m revamp at the Quay
EveningTimes Online / Posted 10 days ago
A £1million upgrade will hope to attract growing numbers of visitors. The Quay leisure park in Glasgow will be given the facelift by owners Strathclyde Pension Fund. Opened in 1996, the site is on the south bank of the River Clyde and includes a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
High temperatures, humidity grip south-east QueenslandBrisbane heatwave: Photo: Riccardo Vio from Italy and Maud Decramer from Belg
High temperatures, humidity grip south-east Queensland
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
Brisbane heatwave: Photo: Riccardo Vio from Italy and Maud Decramer from Belgium cool off in the water at the beach at South Bank, Brisbane. (ABC News: Giulio Saggin) Queenslanders are doing... Read more
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News.com.au
Lives at risk as city scorchesTriplets Sabrina, Francesca and Archie Stirling, 4, cool off at Tallebudgera. P
Lives at risk as city scorches
News.com.au / Posted 10 days ago
Triplets Sabrina, Francesca and Archie Stirling, 4, cool off at Tallebudgera. PIC: Luke Marsden. LIVES will be at risk, school activities suspended and electricity infrastructure tested by a record peak in power use as Queensland’s southeast sizzles... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Frank Finlay, actorThe scandal caused by Casanova was as nothing, however, compared to the furore
Frank Finlay, actor
Daily Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
The scandal caused by Casanova was as nothing, however, compared to the furore that erupted over A Bouquet Of Barbed Wire. With its themes of infidelity, sexual jealousy and incestuous desire, the series, a dramatisation of Andrea Newman’s 1969... Read more
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Beaumont Enterprise
Academy Award-nominated UK actor Frank Finlay dies at 89FILE - This is a Jan. 25, 2001 file photo of actor Frank Finlay at the South Ba
Academy Award-nominated UK actor Frank Finlay dies at 89
Beaumont Enterprise / Posted 10 days ago
FILE - This is a Jan. 25, 2001 file photo of actor Frank Finlay at the South Bank Awards in London. British actor Frank Finlay, who was Academy Award-nominated for his work alongside Laurence Olivier in "Othello," has died aged 89. Finlay's family... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Academy Award-nominated UK actor Frank Finlay dies at 89FILE - This is a Jan. 25, 2001 file photo of actor Frank Finlay at the South Ba
Academy Award-nominated UK actor Frank Finlay dies at 89
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 10 days ago
FILE - This is a Jan. 25, 2001 file photo of actor Frank Finlay at the South Bank Awards in London. British actor Frank Finlay, who was Academy Award-nominated for his work alongside Laurence Olivier in "Othello," has died aged 89. Finlay's family... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Fatality fears as scorcher hits peakTriplets Sabrina, Francesca and Archie Stirling, 4, cool off at Tallebudgera. P
Fatality fears as scorcher hits peak
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 days ago
Triplets Sabrina, Francesca and Archie Stirling, 4, cool off at Tallebudgera. PIC: Luke Marsden. LIVES will be at risk, school activities suspended and electricity infrastructure tested by a record peak in power use as the southeast sizzles... Read more
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News.com.au
Qld's top cop flags tougher alcohol laws Queensland's fed-up police commissioner has suggested giving courts the power
Qld's top cop flags tougher alcohol laws
News.com.au / Posted 11 days ago
Queensland's fed-up police commissioner has suggested giving courts the power to ban aggressive drunks from drinking alcohol as one way to combat booze-fuelled violence. Commissioner Ian Stewart says there... Read more
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