Monthly Archives: June 2012

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Originally posted on Retrenders:
Visual artist Nikki Rosato uses road maps to design and create her art.  I absolutely enjoy seeing these pieces of art.  I don’t know about you, but just looking at her work makes me reflect on…

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Originally posted on Learning to See in Helsinki:
    See more samba photos from this blog.

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Olympic Torch Relay

Originally posted on Help for Heroes [21:21] Challenge:
So this is it: Saturday 23rd June has finally arrived, and with it comes the great honour of carrying the Olympic Flame as part of the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay. The Flame…

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Originally posted on Manchester Transport blog:
The last train to Oldham Mumps ran on 3rd October 2009, since when commuters have had to rely on existing bus services to get to Manchester, albeit souped up with additional capacity. Thirty-two months…

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Originally posted on Passing Through . . . .:
    Newspapers are in crisis—yet they have greater reach than ever before. And nowhere is this truer than at the Guardian, the paper that revealed the phone-hacking scandal. Tim de Lisle follows its triumphs…

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Petros’s Habaria :: European Solidarity to Greece revisited

A translation from my friend Petros of a piece from Dimitris A.F. Kazis, Senior Researcher at the Centre of Planning and Economic Research, Athens. European Solidarity to Greece revisited We Greeks are indeed primarily responsible for what is happening to … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Life Through a Lens:
We went on a class trip today (I sound like I’m in primary school ¬_¬) to Gorton Monastery. It is so beautiful!  So we were all wandering round and trying to get to…

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Originally posted on Tea and Dragons:
Today was the Manchester Day Parade! Chris and I went along because I love the costumes and bright colours! It was an excellent parade with some fantastic efforts, clearly a lot of time and…

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