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Louise Auty

Digital Journalist based in Otley, United Kingdom, United Kingdom. Joined on Jan 24, 2012
Expertise in Food, dining & restaurants, Beauty & makeup, Entertainment, Food, recipes, Travel,   see all» Concerts, Fashion, Music, Internet, Movies, Women's health, Kids, Technology, Books, Video games, Pharmaceuticals, Social media

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UK: Six soldiers believed killed in bomb blast in Afghanistan

Six British soldiers have been listed as missing presumed dead after their Warrior vehicle appears to have hit a roadside bomb in Afghanistan.

UK: Policeman left blinded by gunman found dead at home

Newcastle - PC David Rathband, who was shot and blinded by gunman Raoul Moat while on patrol in Newcastle in 2010 has been found dead at home.

Review: New release from former Icicle Works frontman Ian McNabb

In the years since the Icicle Works split, former frontman Ian McNabb has continued to release top quality solo work and his latest CD adds to that consistency.

UK: New rape campaign targets male survivors

London - The latest anti-rape campaign launched in the UK is aiming its target at men in the hope of encouraging more victims of sexual assault or abuse to come forward for help.

Scottish musicians out in force to protest radio show's axing

Some of Scotland's biggest names in the folk and world music genres have come out to support a growing protest over the axing of a traditional music show on Radio Scotland.

Review: Manuscripts illuminate a lost world of spirituality and splendor Special

London - When George II gifted the Old Royal Library to the new British Museum in 1757 he gave more than just a set of books, he provided an insight into the minds of Kings of England stretching back almost a thousand years.

UK: Taxman to target part-time home workers

London - In another move which critics will see as targeting the less well off, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has announced new measures aimed at those involved in direct selling.

Folk award for Yorkshire-based singer songwriter

Salford - History was made at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards when the prize for best original song split the voting 50/50 for the first time.

EverQuest the 'original' MMORPG goes free to play

EverQuest, the "original" massively multiplayer online role playing game, is going free to play in March. Known to fans as EQ, the game was the first of the big 3D graphical multiplayer games to launch back in 1999.

Legitmate users of MegaUpload considering legal action

Campaigners for a fair and balanced copyright law are joining forces to consider a legal claim against the US Government's seizure of Hong Kong-based hosting site Megaupload.

Tributes continue a year after teenager's death

Horsforth - Tributes have been paid on a Facebook page dedicated to a Horsforth man who died when the car he was driving crashed shortly after police called off their pursuit.

Police witness appeal after fatal crash

Otley - West Yorkshire Police traffic officers are appealing for help following a fatal road accident on one of the busy roads leading out of the market town of Otley.

Live music gets a welcome boost from UK Parliament Special

London - A Bill which seeks to make it easier for live music to be performed in pubs and clubs has received the backing of the United Kingdom's House of Lords. The Live Music Bill passed its third reading this week and will now go to the Queen for Royal Assent.

Op-Ed: Creating the trappings of power through libraries

In the final of three programmes examining the Royal Manuscripts Collection held at the British Library in London, Dr Janina Ramirez draws to a conclusion her insight into the Medieval world of the kings who commissioned them.

Op-Ed: Art historian explains rules for Royal Princes

In the second of three programmes examining documents held in the Royal Manuscripts Collection in the British Library, Dr Janina Ramirez shows how they were used to steer young princes in the right direction for kingship.

Op-Ed: Ramirez 'illuminates' the world of England's long dead kings

In a series of three programmes, art historian Dr Janina Ramirez examines the illustrated documents held in the British Library's Royal Manuscripts Collection. These stunning works provide an insight into the lives of those who commissioned them.
 

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