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Norfolk, UK: Nelson’s county
 By Tim Saunders

“Yes, it will be bliss,

To go with you by train to Diss,”

An extract from A Mind’s Journey to Diss (to Mary Wilson, the wife of Prime Minister Harold Wilson) by John Betjeman, probably my favourite poet. This is brought to my attention by the artist John Atkinson, who we meet at his studio with little dog Treacle that daughters Harriett (4) and Heidi (2) enjoy stroking.


Crowd-funding launches British artist’s career
 By Tim Saunders

A British artist thanks crowd-funding for launching his career.


Under the Stars with an Exclusive Island Takeover Offer at Little Palm Island Resort & Spa
 By News on the Net

LITTLE TORCH KEY, Fla. – Taking place during one of the most festive and sparkling holidays, Little Palm Island Resort & Spa is thrilled to announce the We Saw Stars package – created to provide one lucky couple and their guests with exclusive use of the private island resort during Independence Day weekend, July 3-5, 2015, for the destination wedding of a lifetime. Surrounded by the bright lights of fireworks and spectacular starry skies, privileged guests join the bride and groom for three full days of decadent fine dining, award-winning service and luxury accommodations, as the resort’s dedicated team of wedding specialists ensure all preparations are flawlessly executed. Priced at $215,000, the We Saw Stars package also includes a $5,000 resort credit, to be used toward a return stay on the couple’s one-year anniversary.


Hopping Aboard New Zealand¹s Craft Beer Trend
 By News on the Net

New Zealand is well known for its New World wines, especially its award-winning sauvignon blanc and pinot noir. But the country also has a lot to offer beer lovers; New Zealand has developed a thriving boutique brewery culture. In fact, beer in New Zealand can be traced back to Captain Cook who, in 1773, brewed up what could only be considered the first craft beer in the country. It was developed to help his crew overcome scurvy – at least, that’s the excuse they used. Today, the land of the long white cloud is home to more than 250 different locally brewed beers.






Ireland Calls on the World to #GoGreen4PatricksDay, Liam Neeson lends voice to March 17 film
 By News on the Net

(Toronto, ON) – As the world gears up to go green on March 17th, Tourism Ireland is wishing the world a Happy St. Patrick’s Day with Liam Neeson lending his voice to this year’s campaign.


The Romanian Tradition of “Mucenici”
 By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh

The celebration of spring in Romania starts on March 9 through April 23. It coincides with the Orthodox tradition honoring the forty martyred Saints (Mucenici) at Lake Sevastia. The forty Saints were Christian soldiers employed by the pagan Roman Emperor Licinius around 320 A.D. The governor of Armenia, Agricola, who found out about their faith, forced them to pray to his pagan gods. Because they refused and did not give up their Christian faith, the forty soldiers were jailed for eight days, stoned, and finally sentenced to death by freezing in Lake Sevastia.


Casa de Campo Welcomes Andrea Bocelli to Altos de Chavon Amphitheatre for a Live Performance
 By News on the Net

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – Casa de Campo – the 7,000-acre luxury resort and golf destination in La Romana, Dominican Republic — welcomes the most beloved tenor, Andrea Bocelli, to perform at Altos de Chavon, the 5,000-seat Grecian style amphitheater, on April 4, 2015 at 8:00 p.m.


Pamper Your Pups with “Bark Butler” at The Brazilian Court Hotel, Palm Beach
 By News on the Net

In honor of ‘National Pet Day’ on April 11, The Brazilian Court Hotel in Palm Beach presents the ultimate pooch-pampering package with the launch of “Bark Butler,” available now through the end of the year, starting at $9,300.






Exceptional Romanians and Their Amazing Country
 By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh

These days Romania receives bad press, and Romanians are preceded by an unfair and negative reputation across the European Union, thanks to its large indigenous gypsy population that travels to Western Europe in search of jobs and lucrative activities and businesses, legal or illegal.


New Events in New Zealand
 By News on the Net

New Zealand is hosting two brand new events to the country in March: The Ultimate Waterman and Crankworx.


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