New book: 11 Oak Street

The true story of the abduction of a three-year-old child from Bristol, England, to San Francisco, California, and its appalling consequences. 11 Oak Street is the true story of how the Queen’s bankers, Coutts & Co, sent two cashier’s cheques to the law firm of Urie Walsh in San Francisco with the wrong address on […]

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Anjool Maldé Trust Presents New Awards

Winners of music, journalism, enterprise and scholarship awards announced along with the launch of a brand new prize for photography. Anjool’s Trust announced a new crop of bright talent and award winners today, the fourth anniversary of his untimely loss of life in London in 2009. The Anjool Maldé Memorial Trust was set up in […]

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Anjool Malde Remembered – Three years on…

Winners of music, journalism and enterprise awards announced along with newest award for students at Anjool’s alma mater, St Peter’s College, Oxford. Anjool’s Trust announced a new crop of bright talent and award winners today, the third anniversary of his tragic, untimely death in London in 2009. Musical Talent of the Year 2012 Winner Soumik […]

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Family trumps career in life survey story

Marriage and children are more important than material possessions or careers, according to a survey of what people think are life’s greatest achievements. Leading Family Lawyer Deborah Jeff comments on the story… Friends of the Elderly found a remarkable similarity between what over-55s thought were the best things they have achieved so far and what […]

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The mine that funded an empire

For US$9 a day, workers toil in the bowels of a mine that once funded an empire. When the Spanish came to Cerro Rico (Rich Mountain) in the 16th century, they hoped to find gold. But the cone-shaped mountain looming over the city of Potosi and now riddled with makeshift tunnels and unstable shaft systems […]

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