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WW1 Signature Quilt Returns Home

Contributed by Dunedin City Council

A century-old quilt made in Dunedin and sent to Britain for New Zealand troops injured in World War 1 has found its way home thanks to the generosity of an 89-year-old English woman. 295 more words

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Family is all you knead

One thing I’m fascinated by is how consumers – including myself- interact with brands. What are the things that make us shy away from our favourite products and switch to new brands? 477 more words

My time In Vancouver and more.

I promised to blog about my time in Vancouver. I suppose I have been putting it off- I hadn’t realized it had been so long since my last blog. 1,310 more words

Heritage (with a spoonful of sugar)

When travelling I also get to indulge one of my other favourite photography genres, Architecture.

We have moved to Maryborough, Queensland.  Founded in 1847 and named after the Mary River, which in turn was named after Lady Mary Lennox, the wife of the then Governor of New South Wales, the town has restored and showcases many of its early buildings. 76 more words


Message from Our Chair

The Friends of the Old Town Hall welcome the appointment of local agent Fernie and Greaves who are marketing the Old Town Hall on behalf of the owners. 142 more words

Old Town Hall Sheffield

More Margate from the back

Following on from may last post, pictures of dear old Margitt. Here be some more.

Margate harbour arm, home to two small but busy bars. The Lighthouse and the Harbour Arms. 221 more words


Thanksgiving List

When I was still in the classroom, my students read a historical novel written entirely in free verse by Karen Hesse, Out of the Dust… 156 more words