The red and white stripes added to the above piece of needlework are a fickle and cryptic sign, pointing to a deeper puzzle. They are an oblique reference to the children’s puzzle ‘Where’s Wally?’ In the context of Brisbane’s street names, they symbolise the question, ‘Where’s Willy?’ 569 more words
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Having recently divested themselves of several tens of thousands of catholic residents under the terms of the new super councils Lisburn was giddy with the prospect of, once again, asserting itself a city not “For everyone” as their blurb says, but for a predominantly protestant population. 351 more words
All 38 former Castlereagh Borough Council employees at Robinson Centre to be redeployed within Belfast City Council
Unite to institute legal proceedings on behalf of ten other workers formerly employed by X-force at the Centre
April 21st: Unite’s Regional Officer with responsibility for local authority workers, Davy Edmont, has confirmed that his union has secured the redeployment of 38 of 48 workers formerly employed at the Robinson centre following a botched RPA transition. 194 more words
Often walking through town I pass these bright valve covers protruding from the new Macquarie Bank building on Castlereagh St.
Really this was an exercise in playing with depth, though having a lens that alters the minimum aperture as you zoom (to f5.6) effectively reduces this effect. 59 more words