Monthly Archives: March 2009

Chimpanzee’s plan to attack zoo visitors shows evidence of premeditated thought

My article of the day (on so many levels) written by Mark Henderson and published in The Times. “When Santino the chimpanzee started pelting zoo visitors with stones, his keepers were mystified. “Not that they were surprised by his displays … Continue reading

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25 years since the Great Miners’ Strike

I was six years old during the Miners’ Strike of 1984-1985. Twenty five years later the resentment and hostility still runs deeply within many local Yorkshire communities, particularly those who were directly involved  in what was effectively civil war. No doubt the viscous … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day (8th March)

Tomorrow (8th March) is International Women’s Day 2009. International Women’s Day is marked around the world as an occasion for the celebration of the political, social and economic empowerment of women, and for the reassertion of women’s rights worldwide. Below … Continue reading

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