Police said the Russian tradesman - who is believed to have been employed by the pair - left the worksite after the stabbing, which was believed to have been the result of a workplace dispute. … [Read more...] about Man suffers serious leg wounds after stabbing on Sydney construction site
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Plumpton soon followed, holding its first meeting on Feb 11, 1884. However, as at Aintree, Haydock and Newcastle, in those days racing was merely a sideline, providing extra income to the regular hare-coursing events which took place nearby. While the hare-coursing business soon went bust, Plumpton has built its niche as the place they race every other winter Monday. … [Read more...] about Plumpton prospers because of unique charm while similar courses go to the wall
In the hidden Davos opposing social forces, activists and elites, can put their egos and personas aside to speak freely and find common cause for joint action on the global crises that impact us all – from income inequality to climate change. It is here that the argument can be made that elites must stop suppressing protest and instead harness the creative energy of social movements to achieve great changes. The Forum is perhaps the only place on earth where these opportunities for fraternization are possible. … [Read more...] about I co-founded Occupy Wall Street. Now I’m headed to Davos. Why?
Christina Emerson, head of casework at The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings, also put additional pressure on Hammond and said: 'Having looked carefully at the documentation supplied, we note the content of the consultation response you have already received from Historic England. … [Read more...] about The Grand DOOR: Richard Hammond’s plans for a lavish new entrance to his £2m castle sparks concern from Historic England who say designs could impact 15th century home
I started hiking there with a group of friends when I was in my early twenties on the network of hiking trails called El Anillo. We used to spend days in the mountains, staying at tiny, isolated mountain refuges. Perhaps my favourite hike is the ascent from Fuente Dé to the top of Pico Tesorero, but there are many to choose from. Apart from hiking, there is a lot to explore in the surrounding area: pretty villages like Potes with stone buildings in the distinctive Cantabrian style, and even some prehistoric caves. The local dish is a beef, pork and chickpea stew called cocido lebaniego, which is perfect after a long hike. … [Read more...] about My happy place: where European locals immerse themselves in nature