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  1. Southland summer day sounds perfectRead the original story w/Photo

    10 min ago | Southland Times

    Alex Soper, 9, Cole Soper, 11, and Jayme Turton, 14, relish a shady spot during the Summer Sounds of Southland concert celebrating Waitangi weekend at Queens Park Band Rotunda in Invercargill on Sunday. Hundreds gathered near the Band Rotunda in Queens Park, Invercargill, for the show with camping chairs and sun umbrellas in hand.

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  2. Vic Premier, PM talk about refugeesRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | NEWS.com.au

    TWO people have died and several others were badly injured in four separate crashes on WA roads in the last 24 hours. PRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull has maintained his tough stance on border security despite cries of compassion for 267 asylum seekers and their children.

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  3. Australia condemns North Korea 'satellite'Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | NEWS.com.au

    TWO people have died and several others were badly injured in four separate crashes on WA roads in the last 24 hours. PRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull has maintained his tough stance on border security despite cries of compassion for 267 asylum seekers and their children.

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  4. Royal Robbins Mission Knit quarter-zipRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    Whether it's worn as a base-layer or a second layer, Royal Robbins has it covered with the Mission Knit quarter-zip fleece . Constructed of a polyester-cotton blend with a bit of spandex for stretch, this mid-weight long-sleeve pullover fleece combines function with style.

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  5. Chinese New Year influx a boom for southRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Southland Times

    Tourism operators, accommodation providers, crayfishers and police in the south are all poised for an influx of Chinese tourists as the increasingly popular Chinese New Year period hits full stride this week. Real Journeys chief executive Richard Lauder said about 30 per cent more Chinese tourists were visiting the south than five years ago.

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  6. Sylvester Named iD Dunedin Fashion Week NZ Guest DesignerRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Scoop

    Iconic New Zealand designer Kate Sylvester will show at iD Dunedin Fashion Week's premier catwalk shows at the Dunedin Railway Station as this year's national guest designer. The renowned Auckland-based designer - known for her beautiful, intelligent and feminine collections - will show her Autumn Winter collection, 'a Muse' at the iD Fashion Show on Friday March 18 and Saturday March 19. Sylvester also joins this year's prestigious judging panel for the iD International Emerging Designer Awards and will give a public talk at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery on Friday on Art and Fashion - particularly the influence of art on her collections.

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  7. McClay Visits Europe to Progress Eu-NZ FtaRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Scoop

    Trade Minister Todd McClay leaves for Europe this weekend for introductory meetings with counterparts in the EU and certain Member States, with a focus on progressing a European Union-New Zealand free trade agreement . In the Hague, Mr McClay will discuss the trade and economic priorities of the Netherlands as it takes on the EU Presidency for the first half of 2016, and will continue to advocate for the launch of EU-NZ FTA negotiations.

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  8. Have a yum cha new year: Chinese community celebrates with lions, feastsRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz

    Nicholas Dong, a member of the Wellington Chinese Sports and Cultural Centre is the lion's head in new year celebrations at Dragons Restaurant. First the feast is left for ancestors to enjoy, then once they've eaten you "bung it in the microwave" and enjoy it yourselves.

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  9. Theatre review: The Tailor of Inverness, Tolbooth, StirlingRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    A PACKED house for this revival of Dogstar Theatre's most successful and garlanded show, from 2008, and probably few there were as conscious as I of a glaring gap in their theatre-going. Rather, company founder Matthew Zajac's story of the remarkable life of his Polish father resonates increasingly clearly not only with the elderly present who can recall the Europe of World War 2, but with the younger members of the audience for whom a refugee crisis is a clear and present reality.

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  10. Woman dumps herself on deserted islandRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Mercury

    AN INVESTIGATION has discovered that the man sucked from an airline following an explosion may have hidden a bomb in his laptop computer. QUAINT country towns don't have to be all doilies and bed and breakfasts.

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  11. Camp show loaded with 90s fashion and music set to open at the Old 505 theatre for Mardi GrasRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Blaze

    While loaded with the fashion and music of the 90s, underneath the camp frivolity of The Girlie Show is a story about coming out, rebelling and finding acceptance. Writer/director Wayne Tunks speaks to Garrett Bithell about his upcoming Mardi Gras show.

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  12. Outside Sydney, beaches and rock pools are a stunning comboRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Star Tribune

    Gallery: A swimmer doing laps in the 50-meter pool at the yearround Bondi Icebergs Club on the south end of the famous beach. Gallery: A pool and beach-side yoga class in boat pose near the deck of the smaller of two outdoor pools at Bondi Icebergs Club on the south end of the beach.

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  13. Mardi Gras 2016: Adelaide Dabezies Goodyear reigns as Queen of CarnivalRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | NOLA.com

    Adelaide Goodyear, Queen of Carnival 2016, and her mom, Elizabeth Goodyear, photographed in New Orleans on Friday, January 8, 2016. All the while, the family traveled extensively, giving the children a unique perspective of the world.

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  14. Tiley: No contact with the UI about AD openingRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | The News-Gazette

    Craig Tiley is bringing his family back to Illinois this spring - just not for the reason many around here had hoped. "I will be traveling to the U.S. in May for my wife and kids to see family and friends in Naperville for the U.S. summer while I do all the European business travel for the organization I currently lead," the UI's former men's tennis coach said.

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  15. Dylan Hartley puts in proud and powerful performance as he takes to ...Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Dylan Hartley puts in proud and powerful performance as he takes to captain's role comfortably in England's win over Scotland He didn't look much like a pantomime villain when Princess Anne walked over to greet the England players before kick-off. Dylan Hartley gave a gentle hand-shake.

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  16. Mitchell Pearce reportedly in rehab in ThailandRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz

    It's more renowned for recreation than rehabilitation, but Thailand is the secret location Mitchell Pearce has been whisked away to in the hope of getting his life back in order. The whereabouts of the disgraced Roosters captain has been a closely guarded secret after he fled Sydney to escape the media spotlight following THAT video involving a dog.

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  17. Charity is a choice, it's not a Bible-driven obligationRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Asopa People

    TWO weeks ago, I travelled to Goroka from Kainantu. I caught up with friends and we hung out in town doing mostly just what 'straight out of Uni job hunting young girls' would do - eye shopping and people-watching.

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  18. Australia to step up Zika testing as two new cases reportedRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | The Japan Times

    Australia will intensify testing for the Zika virus in Queensland state where Aedes mosquitoes are found, authorities said on Saturday, adding that two new cases among local residents were the result of travel to affected countries. Queensland's government has earmarked 400,000 Australian dollars to boost laboratory capacity, particularly in the northeastern city of Townsville, where testing will begin on March 1. A AU$1 million public education campaign will also be rolled out in the state, which is on high alert for any entry of the disease from Australia's Asian and Pacific neighbors.

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  19. Secret to Australia's gastronomy successRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 30 | The Star Online

    Not many countries can brag about being home to the world's best restaurants. But Australia can boast having not one, or two, but four of the world's best dining establishments.

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  20. Custom-made holidays with TouristlyRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 26 | The Star Online

    Unique and highly personalised are important keywords in the travel scene today. And what better way to achieve that than through a well-planned itinerary? Enter Touristly - an online platform that enables travellers to customise their own holiday experiences.

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