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The Secret Life of Lady Julia book review

Ever notice how some historical romances are more historical than others? Being set in an historical period doesn’t necessarily mean that what is happening in the outside world spills over into the plot.  200 more words

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October 23rd - Red valves

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

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Fun was had by all at the C-SAW Seniors Fit and Well Morning

Written by Gail McKechnie, C-SAW project manager

Castlereagh Borough Council has been running the Castlereagh Safe and Well Project (C-SAW) for nearly five years. Funded through… 291 more words

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Inspired by a late afternoon commute home: Carryduff Riverside Path

It struck me, as I was cycling from Belfast Health and Social Care Trust’s Knockbracken Healthcare Park towards home that the minor roads I was travelling down were just asking to be explored on foot. 550 more words


June 6th - Martin Place Fountain

The Martin Place fountain is on the eastern side of the Pitt St intersection of Martin Place, backing onto the public amphitheatre. It’s mesmerising, over-chlorinated water spills all day and is often the backdrop to buskers and pamphlet distributors. 119 more words

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