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Lord Plunket's Shield

In New Zealand cricket’s recent announcement of the Plunket Shield schedule for the 2014-15 season, they also unveiled a new logo for the competition. While they were developing this logo, the New Zealand Cricket Museum was asked to provide some historical information on the Shield to help inform, and hopefully inspire, the design. 634 more words


Interesting quips from the weekend

The screamer was beaten in the US Open by Caroline Wozniacki. It seems Caro and Rory are doing well since breaking up. Is the screaming necessary? 414 more words

The buzz of bOing! 2014

At the weekend the bOing! International Family Festival came to the Gulbenkian in Canterbury.

Driving up to the UKC campus (where the Gulbenkian is) always brings back fond memories of my time there as a student. 389 more words


Return to normality

Now everybody knows that as September rolls around the world returns to work weather that be school, college, university or actual work of some description. With this means that the consumption of alcohol decreases as we need to save up money again from the onslaught of dare I say it Christmas. 277 more words


The birth of Christianity in Kent.

It’s amazing how some things twist and some things turn and you have to question would something have happened eventually or was it only because of that single moment that it happened at all. 1,015 more words

Anglo Saxons

Sustainable House Day

Sustainable House Day

Dates & Times

Sunday 7 September 2014 | 10.00 AM
Sunday 7 September 2014 | 4.00 PM

On Sunday 7 and Sunday 14 September, green homes across Australia will open to the general public to provide practical information on how to successfully integrate renewable energy, recycling and sustainable materials and practices into the home and lifestyle. 149 more words


A Perfect Bowl of Ramen

My curiosity about Japan and Japanese culture has gradually grown into a mild obsession. I think it really started when I read Banana Yoshimoto’s Kitchen… 404 more words