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2 hrs ago | Scoop
New Zealand's artist for the 2013 Venice Biennale, Bill Culbert, in the doorway of the New Zealand pavilion in Venice.
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2 hrs ago | HotelChatter
Last week, you came along with us as we explored the harbor-side property of Auckland's Sofitel Viaduct Harbour .
7 hrs ago | Scoop
New Zealand businesses are once again in the mix in the annual Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific index of the region's fastest growing tech businesses, with 40 making the list and 16 in the top 100.
8 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
A fiery staff meeting has been held regarding the show's direction, and the advice of external consultants sought in a bid to redefine the show and retain its audience.
10 hrs ago | Evening Times
A flight to Glasgow was forced to abort two landing attempts in Scotland before being diverted to Manchester as gale force winds battered the North.
14 hrs ago | Check-in.aero
Australian Customs and Border Protection hopes for 80% of all Australian and New Zealand passport holders to be able to use SmartGate by the end of 2013.
17 hrs ago | Sthelensstar.co.uk
High winds and rain are causing havoc with transport, with those intending to travel by road, rail and air all affected.
17 hrs ago | This is Lincolnshire
Services along the mainline, which can be accessed from Lincolnshire, are also being affected by debris on the tracks near Wakefield.
19 hrs ago | The Daily Record
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.
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.