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9 min ago | Southland Times
The second most powerful ranked person in the Anglican Church is supporting the move to have female bishops consecrated in the Church of England.
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3 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
Anyone familiar with the paintings of Rita Angus or Bill Sutton will recognise the land as you travel from Christchurch into North Canterbury.
14 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz
People turn up in their hundreds to hear New Zealand writer Eleanor Catton speak.
From: York, England Lives in: Palermo Hollywood Age: 32 Profession: Shop Hop BA fashion tour guide, freelance journalist Education: English literature and French at Edinburgh University Reading: The Psychopath Test by Jon Ronson Gadget: 'I'm no good at gadgets, I like my clothes' Like thousands of European explorers before her, Sophie Lloyd began ... (more)
Gold Brothers, the family firm behind a tourist shop empire on and around Edinburgh's Royal Mile, is to focus more on "Made in Scotland" stock after the resolution of a dispute with a tenant and competitor heralded a symbolic shift for the firm.
The term "splendid isolation" seems to have been coined to praise Britain's disinclination to meddle in European affairs back in the late 19th century.
Northern Gael, a trio of musicians who weave together the vibrant traditions of Ireland, Scotland and Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, will perform at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 15, at the Phipps Center for the Arts, 109 Locust St. Hudson, Wis.
Rotoroa Lodge joins Heritage Collection The historic Lake Rotoroa Lodge in the Nelson Lakes National Park has joined the Heritage Boutique Collection.
RECOGNITION SOUGHT: Matahi Brightwell and his cousin Jono Randell carved the Mine Bay cliffs in 1978.
Last summer I had the pleasure of taking a visiting couple from America on a walk through Falkirk's High Street.
An easing of a supply shortage and further strengthening of sales activity are likely to be features of the commercial and industrial property market this year, says John Church, general manager commercial and industrial for Bayleys Real Estate.
The Forbidden City Chamber Orchestra visited Auckland three years ago, offering a taste of Chinese music for those keen to travel beyond the bland, homogenised world of the Yellow River Concerto .
For a lot of us Auckland people, Whakatane is a little off the beaten track. But as two mothers on the run from family life discovered, it is well worth making the effort to go there.
The Vaimutu string band, from left, Tiaki Tupou, William P Raki and Jarome Pare, get some practice in before this weekend's Pasifika Festival at Western Springs.
A Hong Kong tourist died while nine of his relatives escaped after the van he was driving crashed into a one-lane bridge and plunged into a river on New Zealand's South Island yesterday.
New Zealand doctors say a 7-year-old Japanese girl was bitten about 100 times during a dog mauling that has horrified many in the South Pacific nation.