4 hrs ago
The Miami Herald
Three share lead at Chile Classic
Santiago, Chile - Garth Mulroy fired an 8-under 64 on Thursday to grab a share of the lead of the Chile Classic.
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8 hrs ago
Ralph Fiennes has a 'Grand' time
Never stand between an actor and a superhero. Even Ralph Fiennes, the genteel, soft-spoken British thespian who is the eighth cousin of the Prince of Wales.
14 hrs ago
Beyonc Extends #BeyGOOD Campaign in Europe
Last month, Beyonce partnered with the Prince of Wales during the U.K. leg of the Mrs Carter Show World Tour, in an effort to raise cash for The Prince's Trust charity.
17 hrs ago
A rare, exclusive and exquisite Exhibition of Royal Art
CCA Galleries International is delighted to showcase a rare, exclusive and exquisite collection of artworks by His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales along with drawings and paintings by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Will This Be the U.K.'s New Flag?
Long after the Empire's collapse, the Union Jack remains an internationally recognized symbol of Britain.
Closure of Pennfield Elementary never considered
Barb Rayner Blacks Harbour Members of the Blacks Harbour Parent School Support Committee were told the closure of Pennfield Elementary School was never on the table.
Falmouth has celebrated St Piran's Day with a parade through the streets this morning.
Crowds of people dressed in black and white and proudly flying the St Piran's flag gathered at the Methodist Church on The Moor at 9.30am where there was singing and Cornish music.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Trend Hunter Magazine
Tweed Logo Fall Attires - The Margiela Fall 2014 Collection Features...
Though the invitations to the Maison Martin Margiela Fall 2014 Collection were printed with a glossy white marker atop a white matte card, the show itself is not as transparent.
Grand Manan ferry service set to resume Wednesday
The Adventure ferry remains docked at Blacks Harbour after the turbo charger system overheated on Monday, causing it to malfunction, said Murray Ryder.
Celebrating the maestro
Pinchas Zukerman's 16th and last season at the helm of the National Arts Centre Orchestra fittingly begins with a festival celebrating the Romantic music of 19th- and early 20th-century Vienna and ends with an Ode to Joy and Beethoven's great Ninth Symphony.
A Bigger, Better Foundry
Yvette Freeman was on the hunt for a new space when she took a wrong turn - and chanced upon a two-story carriage house studded with skylights.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Grand Manan ferry out of service again
It was returned to service on Aug. 18, but was to return to the dry dock on Sept.
St. Stephen, Blacks Harbour, Saint Andrews choose sculptors for forthcoming symposium
Kathy Bockus St. Stephen The Sculpture Saint John artists who will create granite sculptures for communities in Charlotte County have been chosen.
The show must go on
At the start, a round of applause for Mumbai's two main museums - Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya and Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum .
Sun Mar 02, 2014
South China Morning Post
Suspended sentence for doctor who prescribed drug despite knowing it could harm foetus
Dr Liu Woon-tim, above at the Medical Council, prescribed Lisinopril to treat his patient's high blood pressure despite knowing she was 20 weeks pregnant.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Comme des Garcons
How on earth would Rei Kawakubo follow up last season's collection? That's what many reviewers were asking themselves before the start of the Comme des Garcons show this evening.
VIDEO: Indonesian's swap waste for healthcare
A 24-year-old Indonesian doctor recently won the Prince of Wales Young Sustainability Entrepreneur Prize for a scheme which tackles two major challenges facing his country - access to healthcare for the poor, and the problem of overflowing waste.
The News Journal
Popular show imitates life, and gets it right
Among the many subplots spinning in the "Downton Abbey" season finale, the one most interesting to the student of history involved a would-be blackmailer's theft of a love letter written from the Prince of Wales to Freda Dudley Ward, and an amateurish scheme by Lord Grantham, a self- described monarchist, to steal it back.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Thu Feb 27, 2014
NB Power paying down debt, forecasting year-end earnings despite storms during third quarter
NB Power has reduced its net debt by $55 million and expects a fourth consecutive year of earnings in 2013-14 despite incurring $12 million in storm expenses during the last quarter and some of the most volatile natural gas market prices in years.