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This week in Venice
Tuesday 26th March 2019
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Venice is the city of water. But sometimes you can have too much of a good thing. Images from 28th October 2018.
Airport Security
It has been 18 years since 9/11. Isn't it time we had another look at airport security in 2019?
Aer Lingus
No working toilets on board the airline where you cross your legs and hope.
Three days to Brexit?
Do you know what her deal is?
I don't have a clue
Does she know?
Nan Lindsay.
A prominent figure in the Scottish motor trade, fought until the end. Scotland is the poorer for her passing.
Politics Scotland.
An ecletic collection of random thoughts
It was a problem in biblical times. Is it a problem today in a world where the medium is the message?
The ancient city of history, intrigue, art, glitz and glamour. Join the beautiful people for a photo tour.
Political Exile
Yesterday's exile becomes today's leader. Is there a pattern beginning to emerge?
Feeling Lucky, Punk?
Fancy your chances?
Classic Cars Padua.
The cars were the stars in Europe's biggest Classic Car Show in Padua on 24th to 27th October 2o18.
The Honda CB750.
Hang around long enough and you become part of history. I raced against Dick Mann at Daytona in 1970
Them and Us
Our public servants have forgotten who is paying the bills - THE PUBLIC
Public Announcement.
The formal notice of a meeting of National Trust of Scotland members in Helensburgh, May 4th, 10am
Candidate's Statement.
A statement by Dr John Black of his experience and qualifications to lead the National Trust for Scotland.
The sun rises in the east and sets in the west. Be in the right place at the right time to witness a natural light show.
Leonardo's Models.
Leonardo da Vinci made many sketches of his ideas. Brought to life, they were on display in Florence.
A Fine Distinction
Statesman or Politician? The words of Sir James Mancham, First President of The Seychelles.
Glengoyne Distillery
The most picturesque whisky distillery in Scotland, twenty miles west of Glasgow is open to the public.
Olly Ross
The fastest OAP in Scotland. Still in love with fast cars.
Web Site Changes
Web sites evolve. An explanation of some of the changes in this site.
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