Conservative Coalition brings an end to six years of Labor rule
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Saturday 19 March 1994
THE family of the missing toddler Ben Needham spoke yesterday of their anguish after returning to the Greek island where he vanished nearly three years ago.
Sunday 13 March 1994
THE parents of missing toddler Ben Needham flew to Greece hoping a pounds 20,000 reward will help find their son, who disappeared from the island of Kos in July 1991, aged 21 months.
Saturday 11 December 1993
Rosemary Rhodes, a moorland farmer, has captured on film the animal known as the Beast of Bodmin Moor. Experts confirmed that it was either a puma or a black leopard.
Sunday 17 October 1993
'THERE is no way to success in art but to take off your coat, grind paint, and work like a digger on the rail-road, all day and every day.' At least that's what Ralph Waldo Emerson felt about painting.
Albanians go barefoot to their barren land: Greece is expelling thousands of immigrant workers, who prefer virtual slave labour to the poverty of home. Tony Barber in Kakavija reports
Sunday 11 July 1993
THEIR CLOTHES were dusty and their faces were burnt from weeks of labour under the Greek sun. Barefoot, bent double beneath sacks of possessions, one spare hand gripping a plastic bag, they staggered along the short stretch of no man's land that marks the border between Greece and Albania.
Friday 11 June 1993
Gunpowder as a successful treatment for bunions is just one of the quirky nuggets of information to be found in Tempus Fugit, the adventures of an articled clerk in the 1930s. The author is Clifford Rhodes, a retired provincial solicitor now aged 77, who writes with wit and some nostalgia of his time in the law. (Published by Meredith, Ray & Littler of Salford, price pounds 6.95).
Wednesday 09 June 1993
Nicholas Schoon, the Environment Correspondent of the Independent, was highly commended in the Glaxo/Association of British Science Writers science writers awards. Neil McKenna became the first to win the Mike Rhodes Award in recognition of the 'promotion and understanding of lesbian and gay life' for his 'pioneering' work with the Independent.
Thursday 20 May 1993
IF YOUR old Zandra Rhodes handkerchief-hem skirt is still lurking in the wardrobe, dust off the mothballs - for that is what the designer herself is doing.
Tuesday 26 January 1993
THE ABOLITION of school building regulations, setting minimum repair and maintenance targets, is being considered by ministers.
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