Meet Dot Motorcycles, the latest revival of the British motorcycle brand

A large number of hopeful OEMs have followed one another in the 120 years that have passed since the invention of motorcycles. Some have disappeared, never to hear from them again. Longing is a powerful thing, however. This is surely one of the reasons why so many modern hands have …

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Presque Isle district According to our Records – Week of December 8, 2021

SH-FromOurFilesWk49-2021 WEB JOINT BIRTHDAY – The 35th anniversary charter evening was jointly organized by the Presque Isle and Caribou Lions clubs at the Caribou hotel on Wednesday evening, December 30th. 1, with approximately 50 Rotarians and their wives in attendance. Entertainment was provided by folk singers from St. Mary’s Church …

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Irish Motorbike Awards confirmed for return to Belfast in January

Hosted as a virtual event last January due to Covid-19 restrictions, the Irish Motorbike Awards, sponsored by Adelaide Motorbike Insurance Services, will return to a more familiar environment at the Crowne Plaza hotel on Friday, January 21. Six-time Superbike World Champion Jonathan Rea has been named Irish Motorcyclist of the …

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when Antony Sher and I reinvented ‘The Tempest’

It is amazing to think that a play written in the 17th century can seem so relevant, powerful and poignant. When people saw our production, they all said “It’s an African story”. We had a lot of discussion about South African politics in the rehearsal room, with our director, the …

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Three more Capitol Avenue bronzes will be installed on Wednesday

Three more bronzes will be installed along Capitol Avenue in downtown Cheyenne on Wednesday, the city announced on Tuesday. The pieces – “Norma’s Calf” by Rich Haines, “Dakota Wind” by Martha Pettigrew and “Promise of the Prairie” by George Lundeen – are the second in a series of 28 bronzes …

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The latest Storm Barra was the roof ripped off a building on the Isle of Man and Manchester’s Chill Factore

Strong winds and rain ripped off the roof of a property on the Isle of Man, as the region battles its second severe storm in two weeks. A yellow weather warning is in place with strong winds, heavy rain and snow expected across the UK. Strong gales of up to …

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Bulletin 14 – December 2021

Errors in transit declarations from Great Britain In Bulletin 1 – January 2021, HMRC reminded you of the obligation to declare a transit office in departure declarations from January 1, 2021 once the UK has become a contracting party to the Common Transit Convention (CCT). For goods in transit, comply …

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Progress of Storm Barra across Ireland and the UK, with warnings previewed

The red maritime warning off the Irish coast mentions Violent Storm force 11 with huge dangerous waves arriving on the west coast. The Irish Coast Guard has issued a warning for Storm Barra, reminding people to ‘Stay back, stay up, stay dry’ “Walkers are advised to avoid all exposed areas, …

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Guy Martin swept aside a “spectacular” accident that broke his back: “It wasn’t so bad! “| Television and radio | Show biz & TV

The former motorcycle racer, 40, returned last night for another episode of ‘Guy’s Garage’ on Channel 4. Guy, who trained as a heavy vehicle mechanic, modifies a Land Rover Defender for episode three from the Serie. Gasoline turns the vehicle into a speed machine capable of reaching up to 100 …

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OMICRON NOT YET DETECTED ON ISLE OF WIGHT WITH INITIAL SIGNS ‘MAY BE CORRECT’ VACCINES – Island Echo

No cases of the Omicron COVID variant have been found on the Isle of Wight so far, however, the island’s public health chief has urged us to be careful. A total of 246 Omicron COVID cases have been found in the UK so far, but, at least on Friday, the …

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