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3 hrs ago | Kiwiblog
New Zealand is now able to have a Queen regardless of whether she has younger brothers, after Parliament passed a new law changing the rules of royal succession.
Should smoking in public places be banned?
Should polygamy be legal among consenting adults?
8 hrs ago | ABC News
Britain's Prince William carries his son Prince George, as he arrives with Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, for their son's christening at St James's Palace in London, Oct. 23, 2013.
12 hrs ago | BBC News
The then-royal editor of the News of the World was found in possession of telephone directories for the royal household that he should not have had, a court has been told.
14 hrs ago | Cornish Guardian
IN 2013, ten years on from their debut album, British Sea Power are hitting their stride.
15 hrs ago | Anniston Star
Dec. 9, 1938, in The Star: A group of Boston attorneys has refused to approve the issuance of $20,000 worth of bonds that the Anniston City Council wants to sell to raise money for a new football stadium.
DESPITE the profound sense of national sorrow triggered by Mandela's death, the mood is upbeat, with mourners determined to celebrate his memory.
As world leaders bury hatchets for the day and unite in paying respects to Nelson Mandela, the late South African leader may have a chance to promote peace, in death as he did in life.
Included: Britain's Prince Charles and Princess Diana announce they are separating; The Charge of the Light Brigade - is published in Britain; Solidarity union leader Lech Walesa is elected president in Poland; Actor Kirk Douglas is born.
More than 100 heads of state and government - current and past - as well as scores of celebrities and heads of international organisations had by Monday confirmed their presence at a memorial ceremony for former South African president Nelson Mandela, who died last week aged 95. "By noon today, 91 heads of state and 10 former heads of state ... (more)
On this date in 1992, it was the beginning of a royal divorce. Prince Charles and Princess Diana publicly announced they were separating.
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley and Senator Faris Al-Rawi leave today for South Africa as part of the Trinidad and Tobago delegation to attend the memorial service of international icon Nelson Mandela.
Mr Harper, along with former Canadian Prime Ministers Kim Campbell, Jean Chretien and Brian Mulroney, left Sunday afternoon.
With some 60 heads of state or government taking part in the memorial service and state funeral, it is predicted to one of the biggest gatherings of international dignitaries in recent years.
From the Duchess of Cornwall's Anna Valentine gown to Lady Mary Charteris' flesh-flashing Pam Hogg, vintage wedding dresses to go on display at the V&A Resplendent in beautifully embroidered dove-grey silk and a striking Phillip Treacey fascinator, the Duchess of Cornwall appeared every inch the royal bride when she married Prince Charles in 2005.
Old Bailey phone-hacking trial hears that the Sun newspaper did not publish the picture but ran a mock-up over the headline 'Willy in a Bikini' Rebekah Brooks approved a 4,000 pound payment for a photograph of Prince William in a bikini posing as a Bond girl when she edited the Sun , but never published the picture, the Old Bailey central criminal ... (more)
The Queen was saddened by his death and wanted to attend his funeral but has been advised to avoid long-haul trips for travel and security reasons The queen will honour the memory of Nelson Mandela with a service at Westminster Abbey - the first of its kind for a non-British citizen.