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3 hrs ago | CNN

Scotland: 8 reasons to be proud

Edinburgh hosts the largest performing arts festival in the world -- a summer event that seems to last longer than notoriously brief Scottish summers. Some Scots talk about the 14th-century Battle of Bannockburn like it happened last year, which is perhaps why it regularly gets re-enacted.

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6 hrs ago | The News-Star

Ten things to know for Tuesday, Sept. 16Ten things to know for...

Ten things to know for Tuesday, Sept. 16 A repsonse to Ebola and possible Scottish independence highlight today's list Check out this story on thenewsstar.com: http://tnsne.ws/1s4P2Kh Duncan Thomson, Brian McCutcheon, John Patterson and Arthur Murdoch from King of Scots Robert the Bruce Society hold the Scottish flags as they prepare to vote in the Scottish independence referendum on Sunday in Loch Lomond.

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10 hrs ago | UnionLeader.com

Touring Scotland's Hebrides and Highlands at Holderness' Squam Lakes Natural Sciene Center

Tiroran House Hotel on Mull will be home base for five nights. It has won "best country house hotel" for the last two years.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

Bendigo Advertiser

Watson selected in Australian team

BENDIGO netballer Chloe Watson has been selected in the under-21 Australian team which will travel to New Zealand for a week-long tour later this month. BENDIGO netballer Chloe Watson has been selected in the under-21 Australian team which will travel to New Zealand for a week-long tour later this month.

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The New Zealand Herald

Scotland: On the trail of Clan Donald

As Scotland considers its place in the UK, Ewan McDonald searches for his family's place - and history - in Scotland. Armadale Castle sits in the grounds of the 20,000-acre Clan Donald Skye highland estate on the Sleat peninsula.

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The New Zealand Herald

Cameras target speed sneaks

Police are rolling out 56 new digital speed cameras around the country over the next year and a half. Photo / Getty Images Cutting edge speed cameras that can catch out drivers who slow down for traditional cameras then speed up again are being considered by police.

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Timaru Herald

US spy base in NZ?

Internet Party founder Kim DotCom has revealed his 'Moment of Truth' with guests Edward Snowden, Julian Assange and Glenn Greenwald. Edward Snowden claims there is a United States National Security Agency facility in Auckland and in the north of New Zealand.

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Daily Herald

N.J.'S Scottish outpost watches sovereign vote from distance

It's lunchtime at the Argyle restaurant in Kearny, New Jersey, and co-owner Jock Nisbet's to- do list, involving a custom kilt order and a bagpipes funeral gig, just grew by four plates of fish and chips. When Nisbet left Musselburgh, Scotland, 52 years ago, it was for a shot at a good living.

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Southland Times

Parker a hit

The KFC Fight for Life will bring 14 boxers to Claudelands Arena including New Zealand heavyweight champion Joseph Parker, with the hope to raise more than $100,000 for Hospice Waikato. The charitable organisation has provided care services to people with advanced, progressive and life-limiting diseases in the Waikato and King Country for nearly 25 years.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Manawatu Evening Standard

Emmy winners take on Kiwi stories

Two Emmy award-winning Wellington filmmakers will use the extraordinary tales of ordinary Kiwis in their latest innovative web series. David Stubbs and Thomas Robins, of KHF Media, are about to start production on an interactive, trans-media, part-drama, part-documentary series called Road Trip, which real Kiwis can help to shape.

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Taranaki Daily News

Groser slams carbon taxes

It seems "a special definition of madness" to penalise New Zealand's farmers by taxing carbon emissions, when the country is the most carbon efficient in the world, says Climate Change Issues Minister Tim Groser. Groser, who is also Minister of Trade, spent the day in New Plymouth on Friday visiting businesses with National New Plymouth MP Jonathan Young.

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Dominion Post

Residents tired of dog doo fouling Tawa streets

STINKY SITUATION: Tawa resident Kim Glendinning always picks up after her jack russell Cruiser, but less-diligent owners are allowing the level of poo in the northern Wellington suburb to get out of control, some residents claim. A sudden increase in the amount of poo littering in northern Wellington has prompted calls for a city council crackdown on dog owners who refuse to get their hands dirty.

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Dear Kitty

New Zealand's Prime Minster's spying scandal

This 13 September video is called [Glenn] Greenwald: GCSB Statement "We Do Not Engage in Mass Surveillance of New Zealanders" is Not Truthful. An already tumultuous New Zealand election campaign took another dramatic turn less than a week before polling day when the prime minister, John Key , responded angrily to claims by the American journalist Glenn Greenwald that he had been "deceiving the public" over assurances on spying.

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Chronicle Live

Former PM pleads for solidarity between Newcastle and Scottish cities

Gordon Brown has said cities from 'Glasgow and Edinburgh to Newcastle' should stand together in run up to Scottish referendum Former prime minister Gordon Brown pleaded for solidarity saying cities like Newcastle and Edinburgh should stand together as Scotland prepares to vote on its future. Mr Brown attacked the SNP proposals as he joined Labour leader Ed Miliband and Scottish leader Johann Lamont to address around 400 activists at a rally in Glasgow.

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HeraldNet

Kilts to haggis, Scottish pride runs deep

Cadenhead Whisky Shop in Edinburgh is a serious place to sample and buy pure whisky that comes straight from casks at the distilleries. Cadenhead Whisky Shop in Edinburgh is a serious place to sample and buy pure whisky that comes straight from casks at the distilleries.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

The Independent

Scotland independence vote: 'We will win' says Darling....

James Cusick is political correspondent of The Independent and The Independent on Sunday. As an experienced member of the lobby, he has previously worked at The Sunday Times and the BBC.

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News Max

Scottish Independence Polls Conflict as Campaigning Nears Climax

The battle over Scotland's future intensified over the final weekend before the Sept. 18 vote on independence from the U.K., as polls gave conflicting messages on which side will win.

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Southland Times

Fight over the middle ground

Schoolteacher Jennifer Gregg struggles to support her family on a salary of $90,000, paying over-the-odds Auckland rents while her husband Patrick stays home to look after their seriously ill daughter. Their household income is above the New Zealand average but the couple's outgoings leave them with no savings for a deposit to buy their own home.

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KnowIT

I didn't really walk from Wellington to Cape Reinga

Her question came after I mentioned that Breeze app had shown me I'd walked more than a million steps since I installed it 5 months ago. I was quite pleased with myself to achieve that many steps, but my friend's question did set me wondering.

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Russia Taday

Glenn Greenwald rattles New Zealand with 'spying' claims

US journalist Glenn Greenwald, who broke the story on NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, said New Zealand officials are spying on their citizens, a charge that has provoked a harsh response from NZ Prime Minister John Key. Greenwald, who is in New Zealand to attend Kim Dotcom's much anticipated "Moment of Truth" event Monday, said the Government Communications Security Bureau had been snooping on New Zealanders as part of the so-called Five Eyes pact between the US, the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

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