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Invisible Ink: No 201 - John Moore

How can you become so famous that they name two schools, the wing of a hospital, a museum and a pub after you ... and then be totally forgotten? That’s the puzzle surrounding John Moore, novelist and countryman. He was born in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, seven years before the Great War, and he remained out of the limelight following rural pursuits all his life. However, he was one of the best known and loved writers about the countryside in the 20th century, and was widely published in America, Australia and New Zealand.

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Conference side Tamworth have been rewarded for beating Cheltenham with a home tie against League One Bristol City in the second round of the FA Cup. Swindon’s conquerors Macclesfield will play the winners of the Gillingham and Brackley replay, while Conference South side Dover Athletic travel to MK Dons.

The News Matrix: Thursday 8 August 2013

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British woman killed in Malaysia after being hit by motorboat's propellers while snorkelling 'outside safe swimming zone'

Madaline Cole suffered extensive injuries to her body and legs and died before reaching hospital

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Other members of the SAS said the man had been ‘made an example of

Ex-SAS officer to sue Met for unlawful arrest

Soldier detained 'at gunpoint' over claims he had leaked information

Police probe triple murder's eviction link

Three men were killed and dumped in two ditches, five miles apart, following a dispute over an eviction notice at a rented house, it was claimed today.

Dappy, real name Costadinos Contostavlos, has defended his role in an alleged skirmish at Play in Hereford on Friday night

Dappy attacked with plastic glass, says 'it could have been fatal'

Former N-Dubz star Dappy has responded to footage appearing to show him lashing out at an audience-member with his microphone by claiming he was responding to an attack with a plastic glass which “could have been fatal”.

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SAS sniper Danny Nightingale conviction for illegally possessing pistol and ammunition overturned

Soldier admitted illegally possessing a Glock 9mm pistol and more than 300 rounds of ammunition at a court martial

Sir Alex Ferguson believes European opponents are now much sharper in attack against United

West Ham v Manchester United among FA Cup Third Round ties selected for television

Lincoln or Mansfield Town's FA Cup third-round meeting with Liverpool is one of five matches selected to be televised.

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Hereford retain Everton hope after FA Cup draw with Cheltenham

Everton will have to wait another week to see who they will meet in the FA Cup third round after League Two Cheltenham and impoverished non-League Hereford drew 1-1 at Whaddon Road last night.

Empty handed: Graham Turner looks on helplessly as his team are beaten

Bulls turn the tables on Turner with double by reborn Bowman

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