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Has Huge Wave Anomaly From Antarctica To US East Coast ‘Weaponized’ Hurricane Nate? Bizarre Abnormalities Show Geoengineering Of The Weather Leaving ‘Freeze Fry Extremes’

    By Stefan Stanford – All News Pipeline – Live Free Or Die With hurricane Nate now pummeling the Louisiana area and parts of the Gulf Coast and poised to...
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Cars

Gareth Butterfield revisits one of his favourite small cars, the Toyota Yaris, and finds it’s been growing old gracefully

SMALL cars are bigger than they’ve ever been. Actually, that made more sense in my head, but allow me to explain. Look at the current Vauxhall Corsa. It’s now...
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Damien Hirst and Lalique House, a fascinating French-British collaboration – Meanderings through France n° 133

By Annick Dournes & Frederic de Poligny   Ever since its creation 130 years ago, the Lalique House never stopped breaking new ground. From its founder René Lalique, a...
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architecture

Malta Diary A mouth-watering plate of Fish ‘N Chips …. but, is it Plastic ‘N Chemicals?

    ALBERT FENECH   e/mail –   Facebook:    ——————————                         —————————— “Plastic is indeed now on the menu!  Faced with such damaging effects on the ocean...
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Cars

The true story of how one carmaker (Suzuki) brings health, safety and security to car buyers at a bargain basement price tag!

IAIN ROBERTSON  It could be said that he is biased but Iain Robertson does know his onions and, following a comprehensive on and off-road driving exercise with Suzuki Cars,...
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architecture

For more than a hundred years now, poppies and cornflowers flourish together in Northern France – Meanderings through France n° 132

  By Annick Dournes & Frederic de Poligny   Since 1916 an indestructible friendship unites Australia to a small French village called Villers-Bretonneux. Today, to celebrate this link born...
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