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In-stages

By no deliberate design the frequency of my Instagram updates dwindled at the start of the year. Scrolling back the other day, I realised that aside from work updates, my feed (before April began, that is) has an unnaturally high number of pictures focused on my feet. 545 more words

Life And Times

Huronia Museum - Looking Back 60 Years Ago in North Simcoe - April 16th to 23rd 1957

Click on Photos to EnlargeAlmut Bezner of Midland is feeding a sardine h’odoeuvre to Lieut. George Wakeford of Owen Sound at a dance held at the Midland Armoury by the Grey and Simcoe Foresters Saturday night. 1,517 more words

REMEMBERING ANZAC IN OUR SCHOOLS

Published in NT Suns in April 2017

REMEMBERING ANZAC IN OUR SCHOOLS

Anzac Day remembrances taking place in our schools this week are particularly poignant. Many of our students have parents or relations serving in Australia’s Defence Forces. 381 more words

EDUCATION IN SCHOOLS

Postie, theatre worker and Echo van driver - remembering the busy and content life of Stuart Scott

MEMORIES have been shared of a Weymouth man who travelled to the other side of the world to ask for the hand in marriage of the woman he loved. 9 more words

Genealogy

Good-humoured Germans in port

HERE’S a further nautical memory from former Weymouth harbour master Peter Tambling.

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Instructions for no more than £20 to be spent on freedom of the borough ceremony

IT’S time to enjoy another postcard from Looking Back regular Andy Hutchings.

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Déjà vu at spruce-up job on naval dockyard lighthouse

THANKS to Jeanette Matthews for popping in with some memories of when the Naval Dockyard Lighthouse underwent a facelift in 1995.

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