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Postponed VI0ANZAC Operation from Antarctica Set for August 29-30 Weekend

Postponed VI0ANZAC Operation from Antarctica Set for August 29-30 Weekend.


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The Water Diviner REVIEW: "Good on ya, Mate!!"

This is Russell Crowe’s directorial debut which tied with The Babadook for Best Film at last year’s Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards. While most reviewers will say that it cannot really compare with the seminole horror film, this film has its own merits and is a welcomed entry for Russell Crowe to enter the ranks of Hollywood’s directors. 378 more words

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Viewpoint: Turkey must confront its dark past

Here in Istanbul, in the midst of Turkish celebrations of the centennial of its victory at the Battle of Gallipoli over Allied forces in World War I this past Saturday, Turkey’s flags were flying everywhere. 746 more words


Crowds gather in Vancouver to commemorate Gallipoli anniversary

WATCH: The ill fated campaign resulted in more than 130,000 deaths and marked the first major military action by Australian and New Zealand forces during the war. 260 more words


Film Review: The Water Diviner

Searching for water in the dry and dusty expanses of the Australian Outback is, it turns out, an imprecise art. “I have dug a lot of wells that turned out to be holes,” reflects the titular hero of… 796 more words

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The Water Diviner: Emotional, visually stunning and educational.

Yesterday I went to see Russell Crowe’s directorial debut “The Water Diviner” in the Odeon, Castletroy here in Limerick.

I am very fussy when it comes to picking films to see in the cinema, or buy on DVD.  425 more words


Gallipoli signallers provide battle links | Southgate Amateur Radio News

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Gallipoli signallers provide battle links.

As soon as the ANZACs landed at Gallipoli in Turkey on April the 25th 1915, the signallers, well-trained and proficient in Morse code signalling on flag, lamp and heliograph, as well as in map reading, immediately began laying telephone lines. 417 more words

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