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The Clarke Gang: An Overview 

Considered by many to be the bloodiest bushranger gang in history, the Clarke Gang raised Hell in the Braidwood district of New South Wales between 1865 and 1867 led by Thomas Clarke, a notorious stock thief. 1,803 more words


Braidwood Tree Updated

William Salthouse married Janet Braidwood in 1871 at Liverpool. The Braidwood tree is very significant for this branch of the Salthouses, I seem to remember mum saying that the red hair was a Braidwood trait – and also that her grandmother, Janet – always pronounced as Jennett – seemed to be very stern and no-nonsense but also a very likeable person. 32 more words

Our Family History

Funds needed to finish building space for Peterborough`s developmental disabilities project

Tamara Lee has fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, but nothing can stop this 37- year-old from being an active member in her community, thanks in large part to the Peterborough Alternative Community Program services. 298 more words


The final chapter in a travesty of justice

The final chapter in an absolute travesty of justice played out yesterday at the Supreme Court of Canada. The appeals of RCMP officers Benjamin “Monty” Robinson and Kwesi Millington were dismissed without reasons and each must turn themselves in to begin serving their sentences in prison. 1,136 more words

Crime & Punishment

Suburb's Opioid Crackdown Nets 14 Arrests

(CBS) — Police in far southwest suburban Braidwood say the city’s death rate from opioids was so high over the past few years compared to the rest of Will County that authorities thought it was time to take some action. 115 more words


The Retirees visit Bungendore for the Meeting of Tribes

Bungendore is a dormitory village outside Canberra in the Queanbeyan district first settled by Europeans in 1837. It is now home to 4,000 plus people and has many of its earlier buildings under heritage protection. 967 more words