James Cook


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English navigator who claimed the east coast of Australia for Britain and discovered several Pacific islands (1728-1779)

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The tree, which was planted on the James Cook site, was donated by Jennifer's former colleagues.
A third passenger was taken to Darlington Memorial Hospital while a fourth was taken to James Cook Hospital by air ambulance.
Runaway winner of a Cork maiden last week, Kenya steps into Group 3 company with a favourite's chance in the Killavullan Stakes while James Cook, a full-brother to last year's Arc winner Found, will be expected to build on his promising debut run at Naas in the one-mile colts' maiden.
Ryan, who holds Toomey's licence and is the father of his girlfriend Amy, said: "Brian is progressing really well and hopefully by the weekend will have been moved to the James Cook Hospital, Middlesbrough.
This is the fourth year the school, which has been sponsored by Greggs for the trip, has sent pupils for a weekend on James Cook, a 70-foot long ketch.
Professor Bob Carter is an adjunct Research Fellow at James Cook University (Queensland).
Expected to cost about AUD 10 million, the project includes support for a research and development facility based at James Cook University and construction of a commercial facility at Queensland's Tarong Power Station.
Anyone who may have information about him should contact Hazel Marshall, risk management department, James Cook university hospital.
James Cook and Tony Jones,owners of J&C's Chippy, which is in line for a national award
The resulting revisionism stressed the proactive role of Islanders who were no longer depicted as hapless victims of a fatal impact with the forces of the Western world but more as initiators and active participants in these encounters.(3) While Mercer's monograph reflects the new Pacific historiography, not to mention the imprint of excellent supervision from Dorothy Shineberg at the Australian National University, a more telling influence was her earlier training and research at the James Cook University of North Queensland in Townsville.
THE Riverside is to be renamed The Captain James Cook Stadium for a set-piece celebration of the area.
NORTH East-based waste firm Warp-It.co.uk has expanded its client base after winning a contract with Australia's James Cook University.
Ocean Youth Trust North, based in North Shields, has received the new kit for its 70ft training yacht James Cook.