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WW1 airman the 'luckiest man alive'?
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WW1 airman the 'luckiest man alive'?

Despite numerous victories as an airman during World War One, it was Capt John Herbert Hedley's claim of surviving a bizarre flying mishap that really made his career. But could it be true? John Herbert Hedley, born in North Shields in 1887, was ... BBC, 2 weeks ago

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Adidas' (ADDYY) CEO Herbert Hainer on Q3 2014 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

Adidas AG ( OTCQX:ADDYY ) Q3 2014 Results Earnings Conference Call November 6, 2014 9:00 AM ET John-Paul OMeara Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. And welcome to our First Nine Months 2014 Financial Results Conference Call. Our presenters ...
 Seeking Alpha2 weeks ago

Herbert Smith Freehills hires former SFC counsel as Senior Consultant in Hong Kong

Herbert Smith Freehills is pleased to announce that the firm has hired John Siu, a former in-house counsel at the Securities & Futures Commission (SFC), who has joined the Hong Kong Financial Services Regulatory practice as a Senior Consultant. ...
 Noodls3 weeks ago Debevoise Hires Herbert Smith Freehills Asia Chief  BusinessWeek3 weeks ago
Townsville Bulletin

JOHN ANDERSEN News: Mystery of the missing crocs

Josh Venables says crocodiles are disappearing from the middle reaches of the Herbert River Source: Supplied MYSTERY surrounds the disappearance of crocodiles from the Herbert River near Ingham. Abergowrie cane farmer Josh ...
 Townsville Bulletin1 day ago
Farmers Weekly Interactive

Shropshire farmer threw himself in front of train after modern farming pressure

Herbert John Michael Batkin, 73, committed suicide on August 1 Dragged half a mile down railway tracks after jumping in front of train Had been under pressure because of fears he could lose his livelihood Wife said she heard him get up at 2am ...
 Capital Bay5 days ago Dairy farmer killed himself over fears he would lose business  Farmers Weekly Interactive4 days ago

Auctioneers say canvas could be famous painting The Rush Gatherers

A famous 19th century painting of Lough Corrib in Connemara by James John Hill believed lost for over 150 years has unexpectedly been found. Returning Home, Connemara, to be sold at Sheppard's art auction next week could, said the auctioneers, be ...
 Irish Times15 hours ago
Canberra Times

Jarrad McVeigh, Brian Lara and John Eales among stars at Australian Open golf pro-am

Cricket greats Brian Lara and Ian Healy, Swans co-captain Jarrad McVeigh and former Wallabies skipper John Eales were among the big sporting names in the field in Wednesday's Pro-Am. The Australian Open: The Lowdown Cricket greats Brian Lara and ...
 Inverell Times2 days ago McIlroy, McVeigh among stars at pro-am  Canberra Times2 days ago
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Sydney Morning Herald

Historic charm comes up on the waterfront

One of the area's historic landmarks is Arden Lea, which was built about 1890 by noted stonemason John Aspinall for his son, the lawyer Herbert Moore Aspinall. A vast waterfront estate at the time, Arden Lea was subdivided in 1968 and sold off in ...
 Sydney Morning Herald4 days ago
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Restless ghost of John F. Kennedy still focus of intrigue

By Arthur I. Cyr Bad vibrations, as hip types used to say way back in the 1960s. The president of the United States travels to Texas to mitigate factional strife in his Democratic Party, and on Nov. 22, 1963 is gunned down on a Dallas street. Two ...
 China Post5 days ago JFK's restless ghost  Korea Times1 day ago JFK's strength fully revealed long after his death  Stars and Stripes4 days ago
New York Post

How Hollywood became the sixth estate of government

In December 1958, Eleanor Roosevelt trashed newly re-elected senator and presidential candidate John Kennedy in an interview for his perceived lack of political independence, as his powerful father, Joseph Kennedy, was spending a fortune on his ...
 New York Post5 days ago
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