National Adoption Week – open events at Lambeth Town Hall

National Adoption Week – open events at Lambeth Town Hall

It’s National Adoption Week (15-22 October) and to celebrate, Lambeth Council is inviting residents who are considering adoption to a series of informal events, where Lambeth adopters will be on hand to describe their own experiences and share tips. Lambeth’s Adoption Service is a professional and friendly team and welcomes...

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Urgent Appeal To Aid Indonesia

Urgent Appeal To Aid Indonesia

On the evening of September 28th, the Indonesian island of Sulawesi was hit by a tsunami triggered by a magnitude 7.5 earthquake along a fault line located six miles beneath the surface of the island. In the wake of the tsunami which devastated the Indonesian island an urgent appeal has...

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Republic of North Macedonia?

Republic of North Macedonia?

On September 30th, the Republic of Macedonia held a referendum on the name of their country. The final result came in at 94.18 percent in favor of renaming the country to the “Republic of North Macedonia.” However, the referendum was invalid because only 37 percent of eligible voters participated. According...

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Volvo concept envisions the world around self-driving cars

Volvo concept envisions the world around self-driving cars

“When the Wright brothers took to the skies in 1903, they did not have a clue about what modern air travel would look like,” Mårten Levenstam, Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategy at Volvo Cars says. “We do not know what the future of autonomous drive will hold, but it...

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The Taming Of The Shrew at Tristan Bates Theatre

The Taming Of The Shrew at Tristan Bates Theatre

Considering the hundreds of years that separate us from the Bard’s heyday, it only seems that Shakespeare is becoming more relevant to the modern audience. There is not a play in his folios, that has not be re-cut, re-imagined and altogether changed in meaning beyond the Elizabethan playwrights wildest imaginings....

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