Constable T Bear

20 May 19
War and Security

Harold Auten was born in 1891. He joined the P&O Line as an apprentice in 1908. He became a member of the Royal Naval Reserve two years later and was promoted to Sub Lieutenant just before the outbreak of the First World War. He was one of the early recruits to the Royal Navy’s force […]

19 May 19
Russia News Now

AlabamaBobby R. Agee, Chilton County Commissioner, ClantonJ.W. Andrews, City Council, JacksonRichard Arrington, Jr., Mayor, BirminghamRobert Avery, City Council, Gadsen; Chmn., Alabama Black Caucus of Local Elected OfficialsJohn Bailey, City Council, WedoweeJoe Bell, Mayor, MossesRoosevelt Bell, Sr., City Council, Birmingham*Kathryn Black, Mayor, GaylesvilleJohn Blackwell, Mayor, RussellvilleEddie Blankenship, Pres., City Council, BirminghamIsaac Bonner, Sumter Co. Supervisors, LivingstonWilliam […]

16 May 19
Arcynewsy

It has been claimed that hundreds of children may have been abused by a suspected pedophile ring in County Fermanagh. A local newspaper, The Impartial Reporter, has been contacted by more than a dozen people who report historical abuse. Here, the newspaper's deputy director, Rodney Edwards, tells a story that began when two men entered […]

08 May 19
Australian History

When one thinks of Victorian bushrangers, Ned Kelly naturally comes to mind. But the Kelly Gang weren’t the only, or even the first, bushrangers to terrorise the colonies. In April of 1842, a gang of four ne’er-do-wells arrived in the Plenty Valley region and spent four days engaged in a spree of robberies and raids. […]

08 May 19
KAIROS Literary Magazine

by Hannah Schultz Emilia Thorne swipes the back of her hand across her eyes, smearing mascara and blood onto her cheeks. Each footfall is jarring. She steps and gasps. Steps and hisses. Steps and whimpers. There are no stars tonight. She limps towards her house in the dark, the light she left on hours earlier faintly […]

30 Apr 19
conorpatricsilva

Arniston was an East Indiaman that made eight voyages for the British East India Company (EIC). She was wrecked on 30 May 1815 during a storm at Waenhuiskrans, near Cape Agulhas, South Africa, with the loss of 372 lives – only six on board survived.[6] She had been chartered as a troopship and was underway […]

30 Apr 19
conorpatricsilva

Arniston was an East Indiaman that made eight voyages for the British East India Company (EIC). She was wrecked on 30 May 1815 during a storm at Waenhuiskrans, near Cape Agulhas, South Africa, with the loss of 372 lives – only six on board survived.[6] She had been chartered as a troopship and was underway […]

27 Apr 19
A0274 PRO LOVE SEX AND TU PORTES TE BIEN.

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15 Mar 19
Rosna Sachdev - Art and Psychology

For this term, I felt that it was essential to engage more closely with literature to influence my practice and allow me to fully encompass knowledge and understanding within my art pieces. Securing the Glow: Photographs of Clouds This is an exhibition that took place in October 11, 2016 – January 29, 2017. Although this […]

15 Mar 19
Rosna Sachdev - Art and Psychology

For this term, I felt that it was essential to engage more closely with literature to influence my practice and allow me to fully encompass knowledge and understanding within my art pieces. Securing the Glow: Photographs of Clouds This is an exhibition that took place in October 11, 2016 – January 29, 2017. Although this […]

25 Apr 19
advocatemmmohan

REPORTABLE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CRIMINAL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CRIMINAL APPEAL NO.714 OF 2019 (@ SLP(Criminal) No.5415 of 2017) DIPAKBHAI JAGDISHCHANDRA PATEL … APPELLANT(S) VERSUS STATE OF GUJARAT AND ANOTHER … RESPONDENT(S) J U D G M E N T K.M. JOSEPH, J. This appeal by special leave granted by this Court is directed […]

24 Apr 19
400 Favourite Books

James Henry Leigh Hunt (1784 – 1859) was born in London to American immigrants, who had fled the country due to their loyalty to the British crown. Leigh Hunt did not attend university, but spent his youth writing poems, visiting book stalls, and gradually writing theatre criticism and other pieces for newspapers. He moved quickly […]

21 Apr 19
the diary of an indie kid

In fact, just like all our football boots had 4 stripes rather than the famous Adidas three, our train sets were some obscure Italian make called Lima rather than the better known Hornby while our clothes, bikes and regular Christmas presents were hand-me-downs from older siblings or relatives. Not that it mattered as we knew little else and no-one had anything better. There were no comparisons to be made, no other kids with richer parents who showered their offspring with designer gear. We were all in the same metaphorical boat, paddling the same way heading for the same destination; school, work, relationship, home, kids, retirement and death. With luck, along the way, we might earn enough money to buy a music centre or a fridge freezer. On the popular weekly ‘Quiz of the Week from Norwich’ Sale of the Century, Nicholas Parsons promised a vision of an opulent and affluent future revolving around the possession of a food blender or black and white portable TV set.