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The Centenary Post

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I have been writing to you for over three years now and I can honestly say that they have been some of the best of my life. 403 more words

General Stuff

Flight to Extinction

Currently on display in the Zoology Museum we have a beautiful Passenger Pigeon, donated to the Museum in 2008. September 2014 is an important month, as it marks the extraordinary and somewhat unbelievable centenary of the extinction of the Passenger Pigeon. 223 more words

A snapshot from 1st Collie Guides

1st Collie Company was very proud to be known as the “Governor’s Own Company,” since  1915 when they were given that title by Governor Barron in honour of being one of the first country Guide Companies formed in WA. 521 more words

The Centenary has begun!

The Centenary has begun! At least in Japan, where palmeirense Ricardo lives. When the clock struck midnight, Ricardo had already gathered a group of ten mates and taken to the streets of Hamamatsu, a city of some 800.000 inhabitants, situated roughly five hours by train from Tokyo. 28 more words


Remembering Aviation in the Great War

This summer we are passing the centenary of the outbreak of World War 1 in Europe. After the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife on 28 June 1914, events conspired to light the fuse of war. 1,035 more words

Mazda To Launch RX-9 Supercar In Time For Centenary In 2020 by Auto Blog Via

Posted on 08.24.2014 12:00 by Mark McNabb +
Automakers these days are hitting the massive 100-12 months mark left and proper, and Mazda is no exception. 40 more words