Monthly Archive for January, 2006

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A teenager found dead in the snow in a field near his home in Barnard Castle on Saturday, was named by the police last night as John Winter, aged 15.


Lure of distant lands draws adventurous retirees.


In Venezuela, glamour factories start young.


Utah tribe presses a nuclear dump.


Looking for happiness in all the wrong places.


Kremlinology makes a come back.


New plastic alters shape under light.


A paranoid and personally-secretive surveillance expert has a crisis of conscience when he suspects that a couple he is spying on will be murdered. The he starts suspecting he is under surveillance, that his apartment is bugged, and that he might be murdered too.


Harry Caul is a nationally known expert on surveillance. The Director of a large company has hired him to record the conversations of two of the Director”s employees. Some years previous, Harry”s work directly led to the murder of three people, and now he has reason to fear that it will happen again.


A northern bottlenose whale measuring about 5 meters and weighing up to 7 tons is spotted on a Friday heading upstream the Thames, near the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben, London.