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Rose Cottage at Dormy House On a frosty, autumn weekend few places are more magical than the New Forest in Hampshire. The morning sunlight is turning the shaggy coats of the wild ponies the colour of horse chestnuts as they saunter across our path
Provincial chairperson Supra Mahumapelo. (Delwyn Verasamy, M&G) The ANC in the North West has elected a new provincial secretary, Tlokwe municipality chief whip Dakota Legoete. Legoete was elected on Monday night at the provincial general council in
18 November 2013 0 View comments His pictures range from a grief-stricken Jackie Kennedy at her husband's funeral to intimate shots of Marilyn Monroe on the set of her last completed movie and Richard Nixon jabbing Soviet leader Nikita Khruschev in
18 November 2013 3 View comments The Queen's composer has attacked the state of music teaching in Britain, branding it 'disgraceful' that so many young people do not know who Mozart is...He blamed successive governments for treating classical music
He fought with many, many brave people to keep our land British...On leave, bringing home the first banana our family had ever tasted. Putting his ship on full alert, mistaking a whale for a U-boat. And having a sing-song in a Mess hall (where he
Erland Flaws found guilty after double death crash in Orkney The crash happened in Orkney in February last year A man has been convicted of causing the death of two women by driving dangerously on an Orkney road. Erland Flaws, 26, crashed into a
Like rain on your wedding day, or ten thousand knives when all you need is a spoon (right?), this whisky offers one of life's great ironies: The one Scottish single malt with "Highland" in its name comes not from the majestic mountains in the country'
The Stromness lifeboat was launched at about 05:40, and a lifeboat from Shetland is also making its way to the scene. The passenger is thought to have gone overboard from the ferry Hrossey, which was sailing from Kirkwall in Orkney to Lerwick in
Orkney pup gives BBC's Great British Year filming a seal of approval The seal made itself at home in the hide A cameraman had an unexpected regular visitor while filming seals in Orkney for the BBC's The Great British Year television programme.
Scotland AS a group of sea-hardened sailors and engineers gathered under unusually sunny skies at the harbor here on the Scottish island of Orkney, Timo Lotti was impatient to get to sea. Mr. Lotti, the chief operating officer of Wello, a Finnish