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Glen Affric’s Caledonian Forest among six stunning woodlands to feature in new Royal Mail stamp series marking the centenary of the Forestry Commission; Sherwood Forest, Kielder Forest, Coed y Brenin, and Glenariff Forest among the others; stamps will go on sale in Post Offices on August 13

The Glen Affric stamp. GLEN Affric will take centre stage on mail across the UK after a stunning image of the Highland beauty spot featured in a new series of Royal Mail stamps. The classic viewpoint westward along the loch features in the new six-strong series of stamps, which all …

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Man killed in NSW light plane crash

“The initial ATSB safety investigation will include examination of the accident site and the assessment of aircraft and pilot records, weather information and any available recorded data,” a spokesperson from the safety bureau said. A witness said the crash “just happened in a heartbeat”. Witness Alan Hannaford said the aircraft …

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Plane crashes at Nerriga, near Braidwood

nerriga road plane crash, VH-XLK, braidwood plane crash, Australian Transport Safety Bureau A community is in mourning after a light aircraft crashed near Braidwood in Southern NSW. The deceased pilot’s name has not been formally released but it’s understood he was from Picton in New South Wales. Acting Inspector Ben …

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Modernist ice cream factory recommended for heritage status

The modernist Peter Ice Cream factory administration building in Melbourne’s Mulgrave has been recommended for state heritage listing by the executive director of Heritage Victoria. The building was designed by the office of D. Graeme Lumsden and was officially opened by the Governor of Victoria Sir Rohan Delacombe on 12 …

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