History Of Ireland

19 Feb 19
Military Welfare History Network

Introduction The Military Welfare History Network (MWHN) brings together historians and social scientists who research welfare, care and medical provisions relating to armed forces personnel and their families in and across all geographical and cultural spaces, chronologies and thematic areas, with a view to promoting their research, expanding their networks and developing new and exciting […]

19 Feb 19
Archy Worldys

Salford politicians said more needs to be done to drive racism into the communities after a graffiti attack on the home of a ten-year-old boy and his father – and before a rally by anti-Islam activist Tommy Robinson would take place Place in the city. In a joint statement, Salford and Eccles Labor MP Rebecca […]

19 Feb 19

2000 – 2001 A selection of international artists and musicians from Europe, North and South America, Africa and Asia, exerpts from the speeches of numerous Nobel Peace Prize laureates, hypnotic drumming, creative arrangements, great instrumentalists, beautiful voices, and a shared commitment to the ideals of the Nobel Peace Prize – That is the the content of the CD “Make Me […]

19 Feb 19
The Richardsonian

On a cold November day in London, a demonstrator wearing a large papier-mâché mask of Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg stood outside the U.K. parliament in silent protest, holding up a sign emblazoned with two words: “Where’s Mark?” That question was on the lips of many lawmakers in London that day. More than 20 politicians from […]

19 Feb 19
The Richardsonian

On a cold November day in London, a demonstrator wearing a large papier-mâché mask of Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg stood outside the U.K. parliament in silent protest, holding up a sign emblazoned with two words: “Where’s Mark?” That question was on the lips of many lawmakers in London that day. More than 20 politicians from […]

19 Feb 19
The Richardsonian

On a cold November day in London, a demonstrator wearing a large papier-mâché mask of Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg stood outside the U.K. parliament in silent protest, holding up a sign emblazoned with two words: “Where’s Mark?” That question was on the lips of many lawmakers in London that day. More than 20 politicians from […]

19 Feb 19
Outside The Know

On a cold November day in London, a demonstrator wearing a large papier-mâché mask of Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg stood outside the U.K. parliament in silent protest, holding up a sign emblazoned with two words: “Where’s Mark?” That question was on the lips of many lawmakers in London that day. More than 20 politicians from […]

19 Feb 19
World Best News

On a cold November day in London, a demonstrator wearing a large papier-mâché mask of Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg stood outside the U.K. parliament in silent protest, holding up a sign emblazoned with two words: “Where’s Mark?” That question was on the lips of many lawmakers in London that day. More than 20 politicians from […]

19 Feb 19
technopc

On a cold November day in London, a demonstrator wearing a large papier-mâché mask of Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg stood outside the U.K. parliament in silent protest, holding up a sign emblazoned with two words: “Where’s Mark?” That question was on the lips of many lawmakers in London that day. More than 20 politicians from […]

19 Feb 19
Current News Vista

Billy Perrigo/London On a cold November day in London, a demonstrator wearing a large papier-mâché mask of Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg stood outside the U.K. parliament in silent protest, holding up a sign emblazoned with two words: “Where’s Mark?” That question was on the lips of many lawmakers in London that day. More than 20 […]

19 Feb 19
TIME

Damian Collins is leading the global drive to rein in Facebook’s power

19 Feb 19
Remember Me. The Changing Face of Memorialisation

As the Remember Me Project winds down, the team looks back over three years of exploring aspects of remembrance and memorialisation, and ponder what the future holds. The Remember Me project is coming to a close after nearly 3 years of exploring the ways in which memorialisation has been practised in the past, is changing […]

19 Feb 19
St-Redbottoms UK

I originated the idea of having my own school by starting off in a small cottage in Wales with just myself 2 teachers and 3 female pupils. In 2019  I will be celebrating 20 years as a Headmaster and 20 years of hosting real life school days for enthusiasts.. The school days were continued in […]

19 Feb 19
The History of the Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church of Ireland

Quail Tomb 1800 First Presbyterian (Non-Subscribing) Church, Downpatrick, county Down Tomb of  ‘the barrel-vaulted variety, rather like a Nissen-hut’ , Professor James Stevens Curl (Mausolea in Ulster, Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 1978)

19 Feb 19
The Soans Times

Kusal Perera played a historic innings. This victory by Sri Lanka over South Africa was expected.