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26th June 1998 at 01:00
David Green, the principal of Lews Castle College, told a local prize giving in Stornoway last week that distance is now no object when it comes to learning. His college boasts a student on St Kilda, he revealed.

Such are the electronic means to today's educational ends that Ms Bremer of Kensington will be delighted to note that there are no punishing equine slogs arising out of this news.

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