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When forensic archaeologist, Ruth Galloway, visits the Smith Museum in King’s Lynn prior to the opening of a coffin purportedly containing the remains of Bishop Augustine, the last thing she expects to find is the lifeless body of the museum’s curator lying beside it. 228 more words
Initial impressions of Kintore are that firstly, the houses are all bright colours. Orange, blue, green, yellow. They are also spread out, most with fences, some with out, most with bare yards of red dirt/sand with pockets of long green tufts of grass and some littered with rubbish, including Kristin’s, but some raked each week. 1,169 more words
There is no police station in Eagle Village.
Instead, officers on the Quebec Algonquin reserve work out of a 40-year-old, bungalow-style home that’s been jerry-rigged to fit two jail cells, offices and a tiny armoury. 980 more words
Everyone who’s been to Darwin will tell you to do one thing while you are there, and that’s to visit the national parks. Not quite a short hop, nowhere in Australia is, but a couple of hours drive away are two beautiful national parks; Kakadu which is known for it’s aboriginal rock paintings and Litchfield for it’s swimming holes. 760 more words
” The treatment of youth imprisoned in the Northern Territory is disgusting and inhumane.
The justice system has failed not only the individual but society. … 1,373 more words