Lee hasn’t met her father’s latest girlfriend yet. He says this time, it’s the real thing

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Our primal instinct for flight or flight and epic godwit migrations in a story about surviving

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Take the rackety, diesel train with your grandmother one overcast morning, after the rush-hour, when the tickets are cheap

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The day was dusking when they returned from a cheap Cracow city-break which hadn’t gone to plan from the start

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In rural New Zealand in the early 1900s, a fostered girl fights to keep her placement with Mrs Horgan

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The wisdom of crows and the value of sunglasses

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The archaeologists dug the chocolate soil of your cellar floor, shifted the rubble of bricks and stones, sifted the sandy fill and discovered the sherds, stubborn survivors...

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One fine fall morning, after submitting seven online applications, Chuck Trickett showered and shaved, then pulled on a clean, navy polo short and a pair of fresh-pressed khaki chinos. He ...

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Make up your bloody mind, Kezia, you already had new year! he’d growled.

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