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Your email has been successfully sent. "When I first became involved in festivals they were counter-cultural events and sometimes even illegal," recalls Fiona Stewart, founder of the Green Man event in Wales and one of the few women to own and manage
An independent United Nations human rights expert today called for urgent action to avert a humanitarian catastrophe in the Gaza Strip, where a power shortage has disrupted health services, sent raw sewage flooding into the streets and left 1.7 ...
26 November 2013 199 shares 5 View comments A photographer has won a landmark legal battle with retail giant Next after his picture of a stunt biker was taken off the internet, adapted and printed on children's T-shirts without his permission. Father-
It was on a Sunday morning two weeks ago, at home in West Bromwich watching television, that Saleh Saeed began to realise how devastating was the typhoon that had just struck the Philippines...His team at the Disasters and Emergencies Committee had
polluters talk, we walk", the protestors, which included representatives from Oxfam International, Greenpeace International, the International Trade Union Confederation, and ActionAid International, marched quietly towards the conference exits as U.N.
Rich countries' obsession with private finance means millions of poor and vulnerable people could be left to face increasingly extreme and erratic climate alone warned Oxfam today as ministers from around the globe meet in Warsaw to discuss how they
25 left in regulation and second-seeded Glastonbury held Ridgefield scoreless in overtime to secure a 1-1 tie with the Tigers in the Class LL championship at Municipal Stadium. Senior Daniel Standish scored with 16:43 left in the first half to give
Glastonbury boys soccer coach Mark Landers stayed on the ground for the first goal...With 2:17 left in Wednesday's Class LL semifinal, sophomore Nicholas Kapelewski one-timed a pass from Evan Grenus into the back of the net to cap a frenetic comeback
Having watched one too many teen comedies, a pair of high school students from Glastonbury, Connecticut, decided to take advantage of their parents' weekend-long absence to throw a party, figuring they would easily weasel out of any hi-jinks that
National News The non-governmental organization Oxfam has said that small-scale food growers should have the right to access and control resources, particularly land, to produce food. Oxfam is also advocating for a just food chain among farmers,