This short film by Loui Terrier arrived by email today and moved me. (I would lose the voiceover by Harvey The Easter Bunny – but then everyone’s a critic…) Tag line says: “We never know who will change the course of our lives”:
Friday night under the Lights
With week one in the books, area teams now have a fairly good idea of where they stand as a unit, what needs to be addressed to make improvements and what their possible strengths are. They have spent the last five days making adjustments and will now head into the second week of the season with three of the area five teams still seeking their first win of the season.
Dublin hears the legacy of the Troubles
With children born in the year of the Good Friday Agreement now just two years off voting themselves, Irish Foreign Affairs Minister Charlie Flanagan has said politicians must continue to "actively support" the peace process.
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Good Friday — the day we remember the crucifixion of Jesus. Why would anyone call such a horrible day “good?” The Gospels record the trial and death of Jesus in a fairly matter of fact way, but it is still impossible to miss the injustice and cruelty he endured.
Good deeds shouldn't be politicized
On Friday, Aug. 22, a front page article on Congressman Nick Rahall was about his friend that had a package returned from the military accidentally. I don’t understand why the mother thought that she should have special treatment by the post office.
Roosters in need of good Friend
ROOSTERS hooker Jake Friend will not be held back in Friday night's must-win semi-final against North Queensland despite suffering a punctured lung less than three weeks ago. Assistant coach Jason Taylor said the former Noosa hooker needed to be at his ...