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Entitled Arms and the Man, the season will include four new plays by Simon Armitage, Richard Bean, Howard Brenton and David Eldridge. There will also be new productions of Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra, Julius Caesar and The Comedy of Errors.
Max 24° Min 14° Sex crimes stunt Pitcairn's population Julia Hollingsworth, NZ Newswire December 2, 2013, 1:07 pm Pitcairn Island wants to increase its population by three-fold but its history of child abuse may still be an issue for prospective
Share Back in 1789, British sailors in the Pacific mutinied on the HMS Bounty and settled on Tahiti and Pitcairn Island. While the mutineers on Tahiti were later arrested by the British, those on Pitcairn were able to start a community with Tahitian
In boom times, the main street in Burnt Pine, Norfolk Island's compact commercial centre, was known as the "Golden Mile". Duty-free shops catered to visitors' every whim, while restaurants and cafes vied for their custom. Tourists flocked to the
About one-sixth of the earth's land surface is protected in one way or another...But a proposal to designate the Exclusive Economic Zone around the Pitcairn islands in the South Pacific as a marine protected area (MPA) may help redress the balance.
Norfolk Island's tourism-based economy is suffering. Photo: Supplied The economy of Norfolk Island, Australia's external territory in the south Pacific, is in such dire straits that scores of locals are relying on charity food parcels, and some are
Based on research carried out by scientists on the teeth of human skeletons of Easter Island, it has been established that human beings of 1200AD survived on the island by eating local rodents like Polynesian rats as a source of protein rather
Tom Christian, known as the Voice of Pitcairn for his half-century-long role in keeping his tiny South Pacific island famed as the refuge of the Bounty mutineers, connected to the world, died at his home there July 7. Christian, Pitcairn's chief
Tom Christian, the descendant of Fletcher Christian, the leader of the Bounty mutineers, passed away on the British-owned Pitcairn Island...Christian, who was the radio chief at Voice of Pitcairn, died at his home there on July 7 due to complications
Instead, he demanded the mutineers hand over the ship's chronometer. Alongside his clerk John Samuel, Bligh pleaded with the mutineers to let him take K2, a timekeeping device that allowed the crew to determine their longitude. reveal for the first