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THE storms are forecast to peak in the Central Belt between 7am and 9am and Network Rail have announced a reduced service will run for the first part of the morning with a precautionary 50mph speed limit on all lines.
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A day of festive fun for the whole family, Capital Christmas starts at 2pm with the 65th annual Santa Parade, and incorporates Santa's Party at Frank Kitts Park, and Carols by Candlelight in the evening.
New Zealand clothing company Icebreaker opened its first Midwest store last Wednesday.
Excitement is building as the start of New Zealand motor racing's Production GT Series looms at Teretonga Park near Invercargill next month.
England, which is the host of the 2015 World Cup, will travel to New Zealand and play Tests in Dunedin, Hamilton and Auckland.
Edinburgh College won three awards at the College Development Network Annual Awards in Glasgow recently, showcasing the best of further education in Scotland.
The 45m-long vehicle will move at walking pace along the route and the test will finish by 04:00 to avoid traffic.
Brad Payne, a visitor from Cambridge, New Zealand, shows his lifelong reminder of his Queenstown trip, a tattoo of the TSS Earnslaw, which was done by Jeremy Hill.
A fearless fighter for disability rights, Robyn Hunt, has won the Attitude ACC Supreme Award at the 2013 Attitude Awards on December 3 - World Disability Day.
If you'll indulge me, I'd like to depart from my usual Chicago-centric focus to explore a question that's been puzzling me for a while now: is Lorde's hit song "Royals" pro- or anti-public transportation? Depictions of various travel modes in pop culture influence listeners' commuting habits.
Flitting between New Zealand and the South of France keeps novelist Merryn Corcoran's social calendar packed.
Pop superstar Taylor Swift enjoyed her day off on Monday, following three consecutive Auckland concerts, by soaking in the sun on Waiheke Island and posting pictures on Twitter and Instagram of her idyllic adventure - to more than 44 million worldwide followers.
A founding hospitality business which helped turn around a once-desolate rural township into one of New Zealand's busiest stopover, antique and collectibles centres is for sale.
Three people I would love to invite to dinner: Taylor Swift, Jamie Oliver and my best friend Lex - so I'd have amazing music, delicious food and guaranteed great company! The most amazing thing I've ever done is: Take a helicopter ride over Queenstown, New Zealand with my boyfriend, who thankfully wasn't afraid of heights! If I was down to my last ... (more)
'Gasteiger's beautifully composed pictures are given extra perspective with Fearnley's part history lesson, part personal recollection and part social documentary.'
It was in a very much worse state in the early to late 1990s than it is today, due to a mass exodus of middle management, relocating to other centres after decentralisation and amalgamations of the public and private business sectors.