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  1. When paying more is worth it on your travelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    No-one wants to pay more than they have to, but sometimes it's worth paying extra to avoid the crowds. By around day three of my first six-week trip to Europe, about four years ago with my wife and another couple, we'd worked out that: Having paid thousands to get there, we were reluctant to get sucked into paying more than we needed, but also worked out that our time was precious and paying another $20 each to make things happen faster was worth it.


  2. Gallipoli story for children through donkeya s eyesRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Scoop

    War is a difficult topic. But Roly the Anzac donkey shows how storytelling based on an animal character can powerfully yet sensitively convey the horrors, hardships and heroism of war to younger readers, says children's author Professor Glyn Harper.


  3. Editorial: A hotel idea of towering faultinessRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Southland Times

    Full marks for fearlessness. And he's already motivated as anything, so in an attempt to meet him halfway, can we proffer the following, hesitant, reply.


  4. War evoked in sculptureRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 27, 2015 | The Otago Daily Times

    ... the New Zealand tunnellers at Arras; Messines, Belgium in 2017 to commemorate the Battle of Messines; and Le Quesnoy, France in 2018 to commemorate the liberation of Le Quesnoy by the New Zealand Division. Toitu visitor experience manager Kirst ...


  5. Edward Prince of Wales pictures of WW1 front line set to go up for auctionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 25, 2014 | ITV

    A series of photographs captured by the would-be King Edward VIII depicting life on the front line in France during World War One are to go under the hammer. The collection of more than 650 silver gelatin prints, taken by Edward, Prince of Wales, record his tour of the French lines between January and September 1915, in his early 20s.