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A chaplain's fine and gallant work under fire

Although they took no part in the actual fighting, army chaplains were not always safe behind he lines. A brave Berkshire clergyman was honoured for helping tend to the wounded in the most dangerous of circumstances. 144 more words

News From The Front: The Grim Reality Of War

Australia's Egyptian Community

Atrocities committed by Islamist terrorists these last few weeks, especially the Bastille Day attacks in Nice that left 84 dead and today’s slaying of an elderly Catholic Priest in  600 more words

Political

Random Ride - Pie in the Sky, Cowan (Xmas New Year break 2015)

Between XMas and new Year in 2015, a small group headed up to Cowan to visit a famous motorcycling location – The Pie in the Sky at Cowan. 298 more words

Rides

Great North walk 4: Cowan to Brooklyn

Ah Jerusalem bay! This was quite possibly the most magnificent spot I have seen on the great north walk so far! The Cowan to Brooklyn leg was one of the great north walk sections that I was most anticipating, partly due to its passage through this amazing bay and partly due to it ending in beautiful Brooklyn and it’s amazing array of fish and chip shops! 1,008 more words

Hiking

Can Airbnb Book a Billion Nights a Year By 2025?

Airbnb’s growth over the past several years is impressive by pretty much any metric. That will likely continue, according to an analysis by financial services firm Cowen Group, … 376 more words

Tech

Hero saves Blantyre youth

John Cowan, a 16 years old youth, residing at Baird’s Rows, Blantyre, had a narrow escape from death on the afternoon of Sunday 21st March 1937. 140 more words

Blantyre People

How A Cowan Candidate Is Taking On The Terrorists

Election Year 2016 is upon us.

Yet, it feels as if the political turmoil of Labor V Labor, Liberal V Liberal was only yesterday as the parties became somewhat keenly focused on overthrowing their own leaders, leaving everyday Australians like you and I not only election-fatigued but also a bit over the tantrums and turmoil that seemed to be preoccupying Parliament on a daily basis. 384 more words