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THE GUARDIAN

 

Deciding who should pay to publish peer-reviewed scientific research

The Guardian

Email. Somebody has to pay the cost of publishing peer-reviewed research in scientific journals.

Photograph: Pere Sanz / Alamy/Alamy.

 

How can I protect my privacy and security on Android?

The Guardian (blog)

Photograph: Petr Bonek / Alamy/Alamy.

I take a great deal of trouble to keep the PCs in my household safe and secure. However, we now use a number of ...

 

Scotland thinks it's neglected by the media? It should spare a ...

The Guardian

... media focus on London is a mere symptom of a nation that has over-invested in its capital to the expense of its provinces.'

Photograph: Jonathan Shock/Alamy.

 

Who's your ideal mayor? Vote now!

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Mayor Quimby of Springfield.

Photograph: 12/Alamy.

Scandals, corruption and a lot of strange haircuts: mayors around the world are never far from controversy.

 

Fraudulent insurance claims running at 500 a day

The Guardian

Whiplash injury is the subject of many fraudulent insurance claims each year.

Photograph: Chris Rout/Alamy.

Many Britons appear to take the view that honesty ..

 

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Mail Online 18th

A4CE1D David Noton Oia Santorini Cyclades Islands Greece
B65R37 ICP Doncaster High Street, South Yorkshire, England, UK
DN27WK D Hale-Sutton Scottish saltire flag flying at the National Flag Heritage Centre, Athelstaneford
DE5CHK Enrique RAmos little clown baby with a red nose
C98F1W Tom Steyer Washing machine Wash optional freisteller exempted exempted exempted Except (??)
DAJM9X Kevin Maskell Jet Airways Boeing 777-300 taking off
BPT345 Jack Sullivan Boeing 777, Cockpit interior, flight deck
AACTE1 Justin Kase London Stansted Airport EasyJet aircraft and 2 two Ryanair planes on concrete stands with one Rynair plane taxing for take off
B6DHKB Ryan McGinnis Passengers wait for their luggage to arrive at Manchester Airport in Manchaser New Hampshire USA October 4 2008
DBXREW Paul John Fearn EC-JGW Vueling, A320-200 14JUL2013 1
C8T3RA Charles Polidano British Airways Airbus A320
AG8C6X Jeff Greenberg Georgia, Atlanta, Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Delta Airlines, gate, passengers, delayed flight,
CMXH84 Barry Lewis Check-in counters in busy departure lounge at Heathrow airport
AT7YPY MiraMira Passengers at Beijing airport form lines at Border Control to enter China
AYYXB2 Jon Malone The Hotel Riu Oliva Beach located in the sand dunes of the Corralejo Nature Park on the volcanic island of Fuerteventua Canary I
DDJ0P0 Robert Convery Henry vacuum cleaners for sale in a Currys store in Exeter, UK. ( Curry's cropped out)
B85TT0 David J. Green young woman looking at Ebay website on laptop computer
DYEN02 World History Archive Sagrada familia Cathedral in Barcelona. The Basilica i Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Familia, in Barcelona, Spain, designed by
DRXPFN Paul Seheult Spain, Catalonia, Barcelona, Facade of Casa Mila apartment building known as La Pedrera or Stone Quarry designed by Antoni Gaudi

CP3DGK  Maurice Savage The open air Holland Park Theatre, home of the Opera Holland Park, in Holland Park, London, UK.

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THE GUARDIAN

 

 

Florida shooting: man kills six grandchildren and daughter in murder ...

The Guardian

Photograph: Steve Skjold/Alamy.

A grandfather shot and killed his daughter and six grandchildren at his Florida home on Thursday before turning his gun on ...

 

Chemicals in some household plastics linked to child asthma risk

The Guardian

Phthalates, found in food packaging and other household items, have been linked to an increased risk of asthma in children.

Photograph: Mike Abrahams/Alamy.

 

Cops on Twitter? Surely they're having a laugh

The Guardian

New York Police Department badge. NYPD, armed with Twitter and potentially dangerous.

Photograph: The NYC collection/Alamy.

 

Swedish court accepts 'sexsomnia' defence and acquits man of rape

The Guardian

Photograph: OJO Images Ltd / Alamy/Alamy.

A Swedish man who had sex with a woman while he was asleep has been acquitted of rape because he suffers ...

 

Brighton Hippodrome tops Theatre Trust's list of playhouses at risk

The Guardian

Photograph: Edward Simons/Alamy.

The tattered splendour and perilous future of the Brighton Hippodrome, designed as a combined indoor circus and theatre ...

 

Should Ed Miliband have joined the army?

The Guardian-10 hours ago

'There is no job that can compare with the camaraderie and challenge of soldiering.'

Photograph: Troy GB images / Alamy/Alamy

 

London Dungeon operator seeks to diversify across the globe

The Guardian

Positive reviews of the San Francisco Dungeon have encouraged Merlin Entertainments to expand.

Photograph: Richard Wareham Fotografie /Alamy.

 

UN to cut food aid to Syria

The Guardian

Photograph: Bassem Tellaw/Alamy.

The UN warned on Thursday that it will be forced to cut food rations for more than 6 million Syrians from next month unless it ...

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P177 E7HR12 Regent Street, London, UK. 18th September 2014. Tents and sleeping bags and air beds forming a queue around the corner from the Regent Street Apple Store for tomorrows launch of the iPhone 6. © Matthew Chattle/Alamy Live News

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Camping and Caravanning October 2014

 

P20 CRWH5C Quentin Bargate View of Cromer from the pier

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P78-79 C92WFB baz keeble  floats lit up at night with music playing during the bridgwater carnival season with spectators lining the streets

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TELEGRAPH - September 11, 2014

 

One of mine used => http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/northamerica/usa/11087430/Top-10-best-US-cities-for-cycling.html?frame=3033642

 

 

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(edit: Initially it looked like it was today's edition but per code on the site it was originally published on 11 September)
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TELEGRAPH - September 11, 2014

 

One of mine used => http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/northamerica/usa/11087430/Top-10-best-US-cities-for-cycling.html?frame=3033642

 

 

(edit: Initially it looked like it was today's edition but per code on the site it was originally published on 11 September)

 

 

Thank you! I had just spotted it too when looking for stipe's fire engine and found both his and my bicycle.

Mine's not reported yet.

 

wim

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TELEGRAPH - September 11, 2014

 

One of mine used => http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/northamerica/usa/11087430/Top-10-best-US-cities-for-cycling.html?frame=3033642

 

 

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Along with:
 
 
(edit: Initially it looked like it was today's edition but per code on the site it was originally published on 11 September)

 

 

 

Thank you Ed!

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A7GEAW JUICE/ILI A pregnant woman holding her bump
BHX93X Joe Fox man wearing medical scrubs and stethoscope counting 20 pounds sterling banknotes
B26MCK Tetra Images Female doctor typing on computer
CR0162 eye35 sheffield crown court south yorkshire england uk gb eu europe
BWJA9B Douglas O'Connor Before the opening of Terminal 2 in Dublin Airport baggage lies in wait to be processed to test the baggage handling system

B6H654  David Wall  Hawker Hurricane British and allied WWII Fighter Plane

ACEM2A  Robert Estall  Prototype of the supersonic airliner standing at Duxford War Museum Cambridgeshire

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THE GUARDIAN

 

'Quintessentially American' Pabst Blue Ribbon bought by Russian ...

The Guardian

Photograph: Interfoto /Alamy.

A Russian brewer is to buy the maker of the iconic American beer Pabst Blue Ribbon, beloved by broke college students ...

 

Ethiopia's agriculture hotline provides growing opportunities for ...

The Guardian

Photograph: Eric Lafforgue/Alamy.

Ethiopia's farmers are flocking to a hotline that provides free agricultural advice about planting crops, using fertiliser and ...

 

British Muslims shouldn't feel obliged to speak out against Isis ...

The Guardian

... change – and prejudice seems to grow by the day. The predominantly Muslim Whitechapel High Street in east London.

Photograph: Michael Kemp/Alamy.

 

'We must make sure no child has to grow up in a cold home'

The Guardian

Photograph: Mike Marquand/Alamy.

Rising fuel costs and food prices and the cycle of debt are affecting millions of UK families struggling on low incomes.

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In bloom The flowers come through without leaves
ANDREA JONES / ALAMY
i (from The Independent)  |  20 Sep 2014  |  UK  |  English  | Page: 45
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TELEGRAPH - September 11, 2014

 

 

 
(edit: Initially it looked like it was today's edition but per code on the site it was originally published on 11 September)

 

thanks Ed

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Times Weekend 20th

 

P37 AF4XD0  Clive Tully Cruise ship Hebridean Princess moored in Tobermory Harbour

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Not from September, published January 30, 2014, but not yet reported (don't think so!).

 

Don't look down: a glimpse at the world's scariest hikes

http://www.theguardian.com/travel/gallery/2014/jan/30/dont-look-down-a-glimpse-at-the-worlds-scariest-hikes?CMP=twt_gu

 

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BABYC3 / Jack Cox

 

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AKBJC3 / Ashley Cooper

(Alamy credit only)

 

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A5XDEB / Gareth McCormack

 

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BX1DRA / Sonderegger Christof / Prisma Bildagentur AG

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BWW5YJ / Gerth Roland / Prisma Bildagentur AG

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CG21P9 / ZUMA / AgenturZUMA Press, Inc.

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can't find: 

"Vertical stone cliffs are often all hikers have for company on the Hua Shan walk, which takes you around 2000m above sea level. Hundreds of people are rumoured to die on the walk every year."

http://i.guim.co.uk/w-700/h--/q-95/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2014/1/29/1390995168754/294eccc4-8f9c-4d0e-b160-4744c3177e68-1020x612.jpeg

 

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CBHJNA / Gianni Muratore

 

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BM2B6C / Christian Kober Agentur / Robert Harding Picture Library Ltd

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DAED0K / jonathan tennant

 

 

P.S. Huge thanks to everyone who regularly contributes to these threads (even though it's rare one of my images is reported :P )! It's an enormous effort- I am always surprised at how hard it can be to actually find (and report!) some of these images- lots of incomplete or just incorrect keywords (sometimes NONE)!! (of course photographer credits make things so much easier  ;) )

-Jason

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THE GUARDIAN

 

PNG plane crash kills Australian pilot and two others, says investigator

The Guardian

Photograph: Andrew Woodley/Alamy.

The airline involved in a fatal plane crash in Papua New Guinea has confirmed an Australian pilot was on board. The pilot ...

 

Secret Teacher: having a colleague's child in my class is a nightmare

The Guardian (blog)

... star in text book Should this week's Secret Teacher lie and tell their colleague that their child's work and behaviour is good?

Photograph: Brian Jackson/Alamy.

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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

19 SEP 2014

 

Wine Tasting 101

Love wine, but intimidated by oenophiles? Dip your toe into the wine-tasting waters with this helpful primer from expert tippler James Conaway.

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Photograph by Andrea Johnson, Alamy

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http://intelligenttravel.nationalgeographic.com/2014/09/19/wine-tasting-101/

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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

19 SEP 2014

 

Best National Parks: White-Water Edition

A group of rafters glides down the Snake River in Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park.

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Photograph by Dan Sullivan, Alamy

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http://intelligenttravel.nationalgeographic.com/2014/09/19/best-national-parks-white-water-edition/

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Mail online 20th

 

C57819  CJG - Technology  Close up picture of a young woman logging in on Twitter social networking website on an iPad 2

B5KXAE  aerialarchives.com  aerial air to air Virgin America air lines Airbus A320 over Pacific coast northern California

DD3WEF  Gary Dobner  The Law Courts, Crown Court County Court Maidstone Kent

AA94A5  Jacky Chapman  Group of university students standing chatting outside on campus

AR7NM0  Eric Nathan  View of All Souls College at the university of Oxford in Oxford, England.

CXWP91 David Willis trinity college university of cambridge uk 2012

A21R2T Radius Images Castle on Hill, Inverness, Scotland

BC47KG JLImages  Edinburgh Castle and Ross Fountain Scotland

C5ERH2 Ian Dagnall Castlegate in the city centre, Aberdeen, Scotland, UK

AXYW5W  Geoff Wilkinson  STAINLESS STEEL PINT OF PRAWNS ON WHITE BACKGROUND

CYDM7R  Alex Ramsay San Anton Palace, the official residence of the President of Malta, seen from the San Anton Gardens

CRM4Y1 Alex Ramsay Attard, Malta. San Anton Palace is the official residence of the President of Malta, next to the San Anton Gardens

BB8R50  Martin Moxter  San Anton Gardens and Palace between the towns of Attard and Balzan, Malta, Europe

B28REN  Neil Setchfield  San Anton Palace Gardens Malta

BB8R4N  Martin Moxter Monument to King George V, San Anton Gardens and Palace between the towns of Attard and Balzan, Malta, Europe

E75D3X  Justin Kase   Main Guard building with flags and pavement fountain in St George's Square

E703YX  Justin Kase  Auberge de Castile building in Castille Square Valletta houses the office of the Prime Minister of Malta

E75D3N Justin Kase Cafes in Republic Square with the National Library and statue of Queen Victoria beyond

E68W6K  John McKenna  Bust of Sir Winston Spencer Churchill, Upper Barracca Gardens, Valletta, Malta.

E1Y60X  Trevor Chriss  Upper Barracca Gardens, Valletta, Malta

E4A706   Greg Balfour Evans Interior of St. Johns Co-Cathedral, Valletta (Il-Belt Valletta), Southern Harbour District, Malta Xlokk Region, Malta

B4MKN6  Tony Lilley   Download preview image Add to lightbox Add to cart Contact Alamy "Vittoriosa Square" Vittoriosa, Malta.

DYDFW0  Trevor Batchelor  A view across the harbour at Valletta toward the church of St Lawrence.

C327JX   IS2011-03  Affectionate young couple

BK39HT  Glyn Thomas   Christchurch College, Oxford University, England

CB8NC7  Helen Sessions   Ikea

C8D1WF  Roman Sigaev  Glasses of champagne isolated over white background

CF45T5  Quentin Bargate  Riverfront houses in Burnham on Crouch.

 

That's the lot from me for the next three weeks, DM slot vacant!

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Have fun Bryan!

 

THE GUARDIAN

20 SEP 2014

 

So the union is secure for a generation after the referendum?

After the battle: one of thousands of billboards across the countryside, here near Heiton village, Kelso, in the Borders.

Photograph: Chris Strickland/Alamy.

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/sep/21/is-the-union-secure-for-a-generation-andrew-rawnsley

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Have fun Bryan!

 

THE GUARDIAN

20 SEP 2014

 

So the union is secure for a generation after the referendum?

After the battle: one of thousands of billboards across the countryside, here near Heiton village, Kelso, in the Borders.

Photograph: Chris Strickland/Alamy.

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/sep/21/is-the-union-secure-for-a-generation-andrew-rawnsley

 

And published in today's Observer newspaper (21 Sept 2014) across pages 36 and 37.

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