Islanders Celebrate the Year of the Big Switch to Reliable Electricity

[RE MIX] Time passes slowly on the remote island of Foula. Today the islanders, who still adhere to the old Julian calendar, instead of the Gregorian system adopted by Britain in 1752, will usher in the first day of 2005 – and the beginning of a new year which should see their households brought into the 21st century.
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