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EPI Group provides quality control consultancy services to the energy sector, including technical audits and processing of seismic data often delivered at short notice. (PRWEB)
Queen Elizabeth II has joined Facebook, but the official page for the British monarchy will strictly concern itself with news and engagements.
New York Public Library to be lit up by the man who's illuminated Buckingham Palace to celebrate opening of the 'Three Faiths.' NEW YORK, Oct. 18 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Coexist Foundation announced today it has donated a unique lighting show to the facade of the New York Public Library.
NEW YORK, June 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Queen Elizabeth II is set to visit New York on July 6th and it is giving us all a little Royal fever. If her visit to the States doesn't quite satisfy your Royal cravings, fans of Her Majesty can now live like the Queen for a day on their next visit to Britain.
According to Buckingham Palace, the Royal Family has now joined the popular microblogging site Twitter.
More than one-third of the members of the Scottish Parliament failed to show up for a speech by Queen Elizabeth II marking the body's 10th anniversary.
Queen Elizabeth has put in a vegetable patch on the Buckingham Palace grounds, much as U.S.
The Canadian government has sold three sterling silver flower baskets belonging to Queen Elizabeth, former Rideau Hall employees said in Ottawa.
A Buckingham Palace carpet Britain's Queen Elizabeth II commissioned for $351,000 was ruined by spilled tea only two days after it was installed. The new carpet in the 156-foot-long room was ruined when a wheel fell off of a beverage cart being pushed by a palace worker and the hot tea spilled all over the floor, the Daily Mail reported Monday. Cleaning staff were unable to remove the dark stain left by the tea and the workers were forced to replace an entire section of the carpet at a cost...
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