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Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. In the 1990s, after the death of Eddie Lodge the Hanging Heaton postmaster, the post office was taken over by Mr and Mrs Anderson. Comment?
A food entrepreneur from South Africa will this weekend open his latest venture - a monthly "Real Food Emporium" near Wrexham industrial estate. Local producers from Wrexham and Cheshire have been lined up for the emporium's debut outing on Saturday, January 24, at Is-y-Coed Village Hall . Comment?
Important chapters in his life took place on both sides of the Tasman and he is remembered with pride in New Zealand and Australia. A barracks at Linton Army Camp is named after him, and his highest honour - the Victoria Cross - was donated to the Australian War Memorial by media mogul Kerry Stokes, who bought it at auction for $1.5 million. Comment?
November 18, 1899. Victor Trumper struck 208 for New South Wales against Queensland, showing yet another facet of his immense genius. Comment?
Japan and Caricom to strengthen ties A meeting between Caricom foreign ministers and their Japan counterpart, Fumio Kishida, ended yesterday with an agreement to strengthen the bond between Japan and Caricom CPO: I was not wrong Chief Personnel Officer Stephanie Lewis is adamant that she was not wrong in her interpretation of the Salaries Review Commission's recommendation to pay the President a tax-free $28,000 housing allowance Argentina praised for supporting top Caricom jurist Chinese doctors perform pioneering surgery in T&T FOR the first time in this country, surgery has been performed to treat an abnormal connection between blood vessels in the brain. Comment?
Junkets Publisher is pleased to announce the publication of the twenty-eighth title in their Playscript Series, Duncan Buwalda's HINTERLAND. HINTERLAND is a subtle and sometimes surprising imagining by the author of something that never happened: an interaction between two very different giants of South African history: Sol Plaatje and Cecil John Rhode s. Comment?
PHOTO RECREATION:A photo taken on the green in Hunwick in 1900, which pictures hundreds of people celebrating the Relief of Mafeking during the Second Boer War. Comment?
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