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2014/04/20 05:17
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As young men up and down Britain volunteered for the First World War, the Wilcox family were among the first to answer the call to arms. And like fearful mothers all over the country, Sarah Ann...
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2014/04/20 00:17
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IT was a Saturday night less than a year ago when Kaye Baird heard the doorbell ring. She hadn’t been expecting visitors, and husband Doug had already settled on the couch of their Gold Coast home to...
2014/04/19 17:56
2014/04/19 17:56
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The past is never forgotten in Belgium but its present has plenty to offer, writes David Whitley. The past is never forgotten in Belgium but its present has plenty to offer, writes David...
2014/04/19 09:37
2014/04/19 09:37
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A remarkable couple has developed a fantastic record of war heroes from a Chesterfield village in time for people to research the 100th anniversary of the start of World War One. Sally Mullins and...
2014/04/19 07:17
2014/04/19 07:17
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From pop stars and artists to inventors and war heroes, these are the past and present New Zealanders who stood out from the crowd. These are the Kiwis of past and present who we think have stood out...
2014/04/18 17:17
2014/04/18 17:17
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From pop stars and artists to inventors and war heroes, these are the past and present New Zealanders who stood out from the crowd. These are the Kiwis of past and present who we think have stood out...
2014/04/18 13:47
2014/04/18 13:47
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The Breakdown: is the door still open for O'Connor? Sirens are going off at NRL headquarters but nobody hears them. The NRL says suck it up, Dragons. Athletics Australia reckons the country's...
2014/04/17 14:01
2014/04/17 14:01
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Only living Gurkha to be awarded VC officially opens new Winchester business Rambahadur Limbu (pictured centre wearing yellow scarf) officially launched a new security company that will specifically...
2014/04/17 06:26
2014/04/17 06:26
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Mike Baird: New NSW premier had rapid rise through political ranks By Philippa McDonald, staff His father has described him as a "regular Aussie dude" but there's little that is "regular" about...
2014/04/16 21:23
2014/04/16 21:23
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Story Tools WHEN attending Allora's Memorial Park on Anzac Day morning one cannot but be drawn to read the lengthy roll of names, of those who made the supreme sacrifice in conflict, and are listed...
2014/04/15 21:18
2014/04/15 21:18
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A $3.5 billion roads plan for Western Sydney, including a new four lane motorway leading directly to the doorstep of Sydney’s second airport at Badgerys Creek, will form the centrepiece of a $10...
2014/04/14 20:07
2014/04/14 20:07
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OTTAWA - Some facts and figures about Ukrainian Canadians: — About 1.2 million Canadians claim Ukrainian descent. — Ukrainians mainly came to Canada in three waves: 1891-1914, 1922-39 and...
2014/04/14 12:47
2014/04/14 12:47
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The Brumbies want to take on the Waikato Chiefs as an annual ANZAC Day fixture in Canberra. With the Australian War Memorial and Parliament House providing a stunning backdrop, the ACT Brumbies feel...
2014/04/14 01:11
2014/04/14 01:11
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Anzac Day cookies for fundraising Story Tools ALDI Australia, in collaboration with Modern Baking Company (MBC), has created an exclusive, limited edition Unibic ANZAC Biscuit tin, commemorating 100...
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2014/04/12 13:46
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Power lifter Liz Craven at her Kambah home with her 2-year-old daughter, Abigail. Photo: Graham Tidy Motherhood isn't always a sacrifice to sporting ambition, sometimes it can be the inspiration. A...
2014/04/12 08:56
2014/04/12 08:56
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Royston children remember WWI in Belgium visitStudents from the Meridian School visited Belgium at the weekend Schoolchildren visited Belgium in a trip to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the...
2014/04/12 08:08
2014/04/12 08:08
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FORMER Scottish hockey captain Charles Foulkes was the man entrusted with turning around World War I, thanks to an innovative new weapon. But his first use of the chlorine gas was a disaster,...
2014/04/11 11:23
2014/04/11 11:23
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Biscuits are never far from the frontline when Reading goes to war as a new exhibition at the museum reveals. The unappetising-looking No 4 Huntley and Palmers biscuit provided hard rations for the...
2014/04/10 19:23
2014/04/10 19:23
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ABOUT 32,000 households in the Dubbo electorate are getting the chance to learn about a Wongarbon labourer who joined the ranks of "Australia's most honourable soldiers" during World War I. ABOUT...
2014/04/10 16:23
2014/04/10 16:23
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The last surviving Gurkha Victoria Cross holder came to Reading on Friday and was given a bus ride round the town. Captain Rambahadur Limbu, 74, who lives in Nepal, was shown the town from the front...
2014/04/20 05:17
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