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Spruce Woods Park Flood Update

Reid Dickie

What news there is appears to be good!

According to the latest daily flood update from the province the water over Highway #5 has receded and the highway has been reopened. 240 more words


Creative Sunday

Wow Sunday has been and gone now but I must say I had a wonderful morning creating a little Teepee for a up and coming Engagement shoot in Gladstone. 50 more words


Irish Home Rule

In what ways was the question of Irish Home Rule central to British politics?

Irish Home Rule was a part of a larger issue – ‘The Irish Question’ – that intermittently appeared in British politics during the nineteenth century. 2,202 more words


The Murky Waters of Dredging

Australians are becoming increasingly concerned with the impacts of large dredging projects on their delicate marine environments.  After the social, economic and environmental disaster at Gladstone… 423 more words

Mystery metal man - could he be Charles Gavan Duffy?

A little while ago, I wrote about the small metal bust of an unknown man, found some years ago on Baker’s Flat. I had a theory it might be Gladstone. 251 more words

Baker's Flat

Local dance teams gear up for state!!

Gladstone High School won first place in its division at the 8th annual "Let Dance Ring" dance competition held Saturday, March 1, at Liberty High School. 38 more words

Four Prime Ministers and a Bishop

The great British Prime Minister William Ewart Gladstone famously called the Koran “an accursed book” and declared to the House of Commons “So long as there is this book there will be no peace in the world” 762 more words