Diana’s personal photos revealed

Diana’s personal photos revealed

PRINCE William and Prince Harry have released new photographs of their mother, Princess Diana, to mark the 20th anniversary of her death. The princes released three photos from Princess Diana’s personal photo album to coincide with a documentary which airs in London tomorrow, called Diana: Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy. FINAL CALL: Diana’s last words to sons One of the photographs shows Princess Diana holding young son William. She was pregnant with Prince Harry at the time the photograph was taken. media_cameraThe late Diana, Princess of Wales, holding Prince…

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Tiny WA town carving out a name for itself as chess champion

Tiny WA town carving out a name for itself as chess champion

Posted July 23, 2017 09:10:22 Video: Chainsaw carver Darrel Radcliffe works on a street sculpture (ABC News) The small Great Southern town of Kendenup — population 1,000 — is honouring its school chess champions by turning old street trees into chess pieces. Students from the Kendenup Primary School have consistently been winners in regional and state competitions, and even runners up in the National School Chess Championships in 2012. They are punching above their weight — the school has just 80 students, yet its year five and six pupils have…

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Dozens in hospital after rapper’s gig

Dozens in hospital after rapper’s gig

POLICE in the US say more than 90 people were hospitalised during a Connecticut concert featuring superstar rapper Chance the Rapper. Police said many were taken to hospitals for excessive drinking. Hartford Deputy Chief Brian Foley said Saturday that officers made 50 underage drinking referrals Friday at Hot 93.7′s Hot Jam concert at Xfinity Theatre in Connecticut. Most of those charged were issued a summons to appear in court. Several other arrests were made throughout the evening. media_cameraChance the Rapper accepts the Best Rap Album award at the Grammys in…

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Cockatoo judges David Warner portrait best of Bald Archies

Cockatoo judges David Warner portrait best of Bald Archies

Updated July 21, 2017 23:02:29 Video: This year’s winner, featuring Australian cricketer David Warner, managed to outplay its competition otherwise dominated with paintings lampooning Pauline Hanson. (ABC News) A portrait of a short-statured cricketer swinging a bat as big as himself has taken out Australia’s most irreverent art prize, the Bald Archy. Judged by a sulphur-crested cockatoo named Maude, this year’s winner, featuring Australian cricketer David Warner, managed to outplay a competition otherwise dominated with paintings lampooning Pauline Hanson. “How refreshing in these days of hate and spite and social…

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