A model of achievement From behind the rows of seated delegates a clicking of heels on the wooden floor indicated that the main speaker had just arrived. Eunice Olumide, tall and slim, dressed head to toe in bible-black jacket and trousers, made her way to the lecturn and beamed a broad smile. She began telling […]
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Skiing holidays It’s not known for being the most budget friendly family holiday and skiing trips to Europe have just got a bit pricier because of the weak pound. Even so, families could save up to £3,000 by looking beyond the popular destinations for a week’s break on the slopes. Switzerland, Austria and France have […]
An unfinished portrait of a woman believed to be Mary Queen of Scots has been found hidden beneath another 16th-century portrait.
Art exhibition: NOW, second instalment Installations, photographs and paintings by young artists are on show in NOW, a controversial new exhibition at the National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh and will once again divide opinion over its ‘artistic’ merits. Work by the Turner Prize-winning Scottish artist Susan Philipsz is the centrepiece of the second instalment of NOW, […]
Musical review: Million Dollar Quartet It’s the stuff of musical legends, a Southern guy who changed the history of popular music and is seen to be the inventor of rock ‘n’ roll. Sam Phillips was destined for a career in law when his father died and he took up music production in Memphis to help his […]