Earning Money with your Feet

Irish dance has grown from leaps and bounds ,when you look at the early history of Irish dance is said to reveals a constant shifting of population through migration and invasions. Each of these peoples brought…

Holocaust Survivor talks at Griffith College

Tomi Reichental, Holocaust Survivor and author of the biographical book “I Was a Boy in Belsen” talked to students, alumni and staff at Griffith College Law Faculty last night. The 84 year old was brought…

A Viking Burial Mound in Ladby

When one thinks of Denmark, it is usually the city of Copenhagen that comes to mind. In Copenhagen, one could find elevated cultural attractions like the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek or the Tivoli Gardens. There’s the…

The long, slow death of shorthand

The headline from above written in Teeline shorthand Once the holy grail of secretarial skills and the backbone of great court reporters, it’s feared that the death knell is getting ever closer for shorthand.  The…

Oldest palace of the world destroyed by ISIS

Mari was the first city invaded by ISIS five years ago. Few kilometers away from Iraqi border, this 5000-year-old Mesopotamian ancient city has been plundered and destroyed with explosives on Saturday. Two years after Palmyra’s…

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