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Earlier this month Dalziel St Andrew's Parish Church was awarded almost A 150,000 to overhaul its roof and walls after a A 74,600 Heritage Lottery Fund donation was match funded by Historic Scotland.
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The dates are set for the biggest show in New Zealand fashion and with just 19 weeks to go until opening night, the event is taking shape.
Royal Caribbean to deploy 138,000-tonne Explorer of the Seas to the region, as industry expects 200,000 passengers next season Royal Caribbean will deploy a second mega cruise ship to this region from next year to meet surging demand for cruising.
New Zealand airport micro hotel business Snoozecube is on the verge of expanding into China after its successful launch in Dubai.
New Zealand consumer prices rose less than expected in the first quarter as a hike in tobacco taxes and more expensive housing were offset by cheaper international holidays and in-season vegetables.
SCOTLAND'S whisky industry is celebrating a major legal success aimed at blocking the growing trade of fake brands in Australia, where exports are worth 84million a year.
A High Street business owner has appealed for a crackdown on vandals after 80 litres of used cooking oil was poured down the road.
Council officers met representatives from the retail and hospitality sectors as well as the Regional Chamber of Commerce, to outline plans to reinvigorate the festive season in the city.
William, Kate and Prince George have been taking a break from their official duties today after nine hectic days touring New Zealand, but tomorrow they will board a flight to Sydney where they will kick off their ten-day tour of Australia.
This week Wellington Zoo will welcome St Michael's School from Lower Hutt as the first to experience the Warehouse Wellington Zoofari programme.
New Zealand movie '3 Mile Limit' has won Best Feature Film at both the North Hollywood and Charleston International Film Festivals.
An embarrassing thing about living in a small country is that awful need to know what visitors think of us and our place.
India has become a popular destination for families wanting to use a surrogate to have children.
The flights will cost between A 109 and A 134 and last between 30 and 45 minutes - flying at over 160mph and covering more than 80 miles.
As print programmes for the 9th Annual Documentary Edge Festival start to populate throughout Auckland and Wellington, and the website is now live with all 59 films on offer, organizers of this year's festival have announced their opening and closing night films for Auckland and Wellington - with some of their own picks for the 2014 season.
Never a dull moment during the Sea to Sky Vancouver International Cheerleading competition at Vancouver Trade and Convention Centre on Sunday The Duchess of Cambridge takes part in wine tasting during a visit to the Amisfield Winery on April 13, 2014 in Queenstown, New Zealand.