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  1. Finance News Update, what you need to knowRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Age

    At 0630 AEDT on Wednesday, the local unit was trading at 79.31 US cents, down from 79.42 cents on Tuesday. And the Australian share market looks set to open lower following falls on Wall Street after a slide in durable goods orders and some disappointing earnings reports.

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  2. Entrepreneurs heading for AntarcticaRead the original story

    Yesterday | Yahoo!

    A group of more than 100 Australian entrepreneurs is finally on the way to Antarctica for the delayed start of a major think tank designed to drive innovation. The group had planned to land in Antarctica on Australia Day but bad weather made it too dangerous for them to fly from the southern Chilean town of Punta Arenas to King George Island, just off the Antarctic peninsula.

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  3. Methanex begins production at Geismar plantRead the original story

    Yesterday | KATC-TV Lafayette

    Methanex Corp. has begun producing methanol from its 1.1 million-ton plant in Geismar, and expects to ramp up to full production in the next few weeks. The plant successfully produced methanol, used in making plastics, on Jan. 24. Methanex moved the plant from Punta Arenas, Chile.

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  4. Bay Area Man Completes Incredible World Marathon ChallengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Competitor Magazine

    If you haven't heard of the World Marathon Challenge, it's worth a jaw-dropping peek. Last week, the challenge hosted 10 daring runners from all over the world who navigated seven marathons on seven continents in seven consecutive days.

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  5. Bad weather strands Aussie entrepreneursRead the original story

    Monday | West Australian

    Bad weather has dampened plans by a group of more than 100 Australian entrepreneurs to reach Antarctica on Australia Day. The group had planned to fly from the southern Chilean town of Punta Arenas to King George Island, just off the Antarctic peninsula, on Monday to begin a unique eight-day conference.

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  6. Around The World In 7 Days: American Marathoner Runs 7 Marathons On 7 Continents In 1 WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 | Medical Daily

    A marathon is not just race designed to test the physical and mental endurance of a person, but also an exclusive club consisting of one percent of all athletes. After 26.2 miles of wear and tear on the body, plus months, and even years of marathon training, most runners need to spend weeks on recovering from the journey - but not Tim Durbin.

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  7. S.F man runs 7 marathons - in 7 days, on 7 continentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | SFGate

    Running a marathon is not easy. Running seven in seven days on seven continents is really not easy, as Tim Durbin can tell you.

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  8. In Patagonia, best way to see the land is by boatRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 17 | New York Daily News

    Patagonia is one of the most unexplored - and breathtaking - parts of the world. It's located in the southern end of South America, and geologists believe the region once belonged to Antarctica; it certainly looks the part.

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  9. This Pilot Is Trying To Fly From The South Pole To The North PoleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 13 | Jalopnik

    Bill Harrelson is no stranger to spending alone time in a small plane. He's the current record-holder for distance flown during a flight, having flown from Guam to Jacksonville, Florida, at a distance of 7,051 nm, in 38 hours, 29 minutes in 2013.

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  10. World TradeRead the original story

    Monday Jan 12 | Buenos Aires Herald

    Stormy economic weather in Argentina and Brazil, which account for 70% of total passengers, is the leading factor behind the fall, Navigation Centre says Argentina's cruise industry is seen declining this year and the next after the bubble of six years of steady growth is blowing up, the Navigation Centre's Santiago Daz Math told the Herald in an interview. Turbulent economic times in Argentina and Brazil are the leading reason for the sector's decline as the two countries account for 70 percent of passengers.

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  11. Winds, Weather Slow Bill Harrelson's World Record AttemptRead the original story

    Monday Jan 5 | Aero-News Network

    Bill Harrelson's record attempt to circumnavigate the globe over both the North and South poles has hit a snag. He departed Punta Arenas Chile on December 31st for leg three of his trip, bound for Hamilton, New Zealand by way of the South Pole.

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  12. On the Culture Front: Trailing Darwin in PatagoniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 5 | Switched

    Some places have one season and others all four, but there's almost no place on earth that cycles through them on a daily basis. This is the magic of Patagonia.

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  13. Pilot's journey over both poles to cross over HamiltonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 31 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    A tiny plane with just a pilot aboard has flown out of South America and is heading toward Hamilton, New Zealand, via the South Pole. Pilot Bill Harrelson will not land anywhere in Antarctica and will instead fly a continuous 27 hours over the 10,000 kilometre trip from Punta Arenas in Chile to Hamilton.

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  14. Calgarian becomes first North American to climb seven volcanic summitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2014 | Edmonton Journal

    After a decade of climbing among the steaming volcanoes and crawling mud flows of some of the world's highest peaks, a Calgarian has become the first North American to complete the seven volcanic summits. Paul Nicholson, a geologist who grew up in Calgary and has worked and lived in Saudi Arabia since 1998, says that when he started checking off his climbing list back in 2004, years later he decided: "I may as well finish."

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  15. NASAa s IceBridge Antarctic campaign wraps upRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 17, 2014 | Aerotech News And Review

    NASA's Operation IceBridge recently completed its 2014 Antarctic campaign, marking the mission's sixth set of flights over Antarctica. During the six-week-long deployment from Punta Arenas, Chile, researchers aboard NASA's DC-8 airborne laboratory measured land and sea ice from above to continue building a record of change in the Antarctic.

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  16. Puerto Bories: Food Worth Flying For: The Best Guanaco Meat Filet in Chilean PatagoniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 16, 2014 | Jaunted

    That croissant in Paris. The char kway teow in Singapore. That cup of hot chocolate in Perugia.

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  17. Omar Samra Heads to the South PoleRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 14, 2014 | Egypt Today

    Egyptian adventurer, motivational speaker and an Egypt Today Person of the Year in 2013 - departed for the South Pole on December 14 on his quest to conquer the Adventurers Grand Slam. With the help of his newest sponsors, Samra plans on skiing approximately 120 km across the South Pole from the 89th to the 90th degree latitude.

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  18. NASA's IceBridge Antarctic Campaign Wraps UpRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 10, 2014 | Space News From SpaceDaily.Com

    A view from an IceBridge survey flight on Nov. 3, 2014, showing a cloud's shadow on crevassed Antarctic ice. Image courtesy NASA and George Hale.

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  19. Chilean Expedition to Patagonia Aims to Foster Civic Stewardship of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 10, 2014 | National Geographic

    In Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve, scoping out miniature forests and revisiting Darwin's musings on the world's southernmost people A Chilean group mounted an expedition last month to the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve , which lies within the vast Magellanic sub-Antarctic eco-region, in the hope that the experience would spur action for the future well-being of the biocultural wealth of Patagonia's wild lands and waters. "This isn't your typical boardroom meeting of industry and science," said Isabel Behncke , a Chilean primatologist who flew in from Oxford, England, to join the trip.

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  20. NASA's IceBridge Antarctic campaign wraps upRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2014 | EurekAlert!

    A view from an IceBridge survey flight on Nov. 3, 2014, showing a cloud's shadow on crevassed Antarctic ice. NASA's Operation IceBridge recently completed its 2014 Antarctic campaign, marking the mission's sixth set of flights over Antarctica.

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