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Final #TerraNostra ("our Earth") exhibition talk @wexfordcoco 6pm 26/April - Prof Declan Long

The final of our series of talks in conjunction with the Terra Nostra Exhibition takes place as follows:

Date: Thursday, 26th April

Time: 6.00pm…

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Culture

A Northern Soul

I’ve spent early mornings wandering unfamiliar, empty streets with dew-soaked hair. I’ve descended station steps and peered through the cold grey bars of a thousand steel fences; eyes searching through the rubble of old derelict buildings. 148 more words

Scintillas

The Wolf by Leo Carew (Under the Northern Sky #1) #fantasy

The Wolf is a thrilling, savagely visceral, politically nuanced, and unexpectedly wry exploration of power – and how far one will go to defend it.

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Reading&reviews

Northern Thailand: Hippy Haven

After the south of Thailand we headed to the North in the hope of escaping the crowds of rowdy drunk western holiday goers. Luckily, we did escape them (to some extent!) the North still wasn’t the rural haven we had in mind, but that’s too late for Thailand now. 985 more words

Thailand

A Feast of Ice and Fire: Breakfast at Winterfell

Now we’re moving a little further south from The Wall, and into “The North.”  This is where Winterfell, home of the Stark family, is located.  The area is still much colder than most of the rest of Westeros, so food is still quite hearty to keep you warm.  359 more words

Recipe Reviews

Marriage Equality in the north through Westminster would be a lose-win for the DUP

Marriage equality has been a point of contention on the north for some time now. Legalised in England and Wales through an Act in Westminster in 2013, in Scotland by the Scottish Parliament in 2014, and in Ireland following a resounding victory in the 2015 referendum, the north is now the only part of either Ireland or the UK where marriage equality is not recognised in the law of the land. 903 more words

National

Equip

Equip is one of my favourite leadership words. I like it so much, because it gets to the heart of what leaders are called to do – to help and build up people. 552 more words

Wisdom