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  1. Flypast celebrates Forth Bridge's 125th birthdayRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Ellon Times

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. A SPITFIRE and RAF Typhoon flew over the Forth Bridge to celebrate the iconic rail crossing's 125th birthday today.


  2. Lydia Ko's caddie Jason Hamilton bags once in a lifetime job with world No 1Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago |

    PLUS: Jason Hamilton gives Lydia Ko some advice during the New Zealand Women's Open in Christchurch last week. Lydia Ko looks to have settled down with a caddie, Australian Jason Hamilton.


  3. Round-trip L.A.-New Zealand airfare, two nights in Hawaii for $1,075Read the original story

    2 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times

    Goway Travel offers an airfare deal from L.A. to New Zealand with a stopover in Hawaii starting at $1,075 If you've never been to New Zealand , Goway Travel has a deal that's reason enough to go. In fall and spring, L.A. travelers can fly to Auckland - with a stay in Hawaii too - starting at $1,075 per person.


  4. Continuing the endo fight for Fife womenRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Fife Now

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. A woman from Methil is continuing her fight to raise awareness of endometriosis by taking part in a march in Edinburgh.


  5. A guide to the oddest pies ever made in ScotlandRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    In honour of our dearest meat-based friend HeraldScotland presents a definitive guide to a quintet of very special Scottish pies, from the Forfar bridie to the Scotch pie. And if that wasn't enough, we've delved into a gravy-soaked pastry archive to revive five limited edition pies we want to see more of.


  6. Images of new five-star hotel issuedRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Newsday

    The 210-room hotel, will include a top-floor bar with panoramic 360 degree views, according to plans drawn up by architects Jestico + Whiles. It is part of the A 850m development which is to replace the St James Centre at the east end of Princes Street.


  7. RILEY: North and SouthRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Daily Free Press

    Before starting my freshman year at Boston University, I had to make the most immense move of my life: leaving a rural college town in the South, smack dab in the middle of the Bible Belt, for a small, but bustling city in the North. There were the expected changes in my jump from Tennessee to Boston, of course: leaving warm southern summers, college football tailgates and Chick-Fil-A for bitterly cold winters, the Red Sox and amazing seafood.


  8. Poppies to commemorate WWI Gallipoli campaignRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Art Daily

    Visitors pay their respects to Australia's Anzac soldiers as they visit a Wall of Remembrance covered with poppies, in front of the Queen Elizabeth cruise ship in Sydney on March 3, 2015. Red poppies were placed on the Wall of Remembrance for each of the 11,500 Australians and New Zealanders who died on the World War I Gallipoli campaign.


  9. Radical shake-up of parental involvement in schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    A pilot project in three council areas is aiming to encourage much greater parental involvement in the running of schools than is currently the case. The initiative, which is being trialled in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Angus, comes after surveys have shown most parents are reluctant to get involved in their school.


  10. Time for the bourgeois mob to come to the aid of Edinburgh once moreRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    IT was Hugh MacDiarmid who, in a moment of divine inspiration, described Edinburgh as "a mad god's dream" from which "earth eyes Eternity". IT was Hugh MacDiarmid who, in a moment of divine inspiration, described Edinburgh as \"a mad god's dream\" from which \"earth eyes Eternity\".


  11. National Road Carriers wants action on link with AucklandRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Scoop

    "The hundreds of heavy freight vehicles that travel the route every day make a critical contribution to Northland's economy, employment, and lifestyle," said National Road Carriers Association executive, Paula Rogers, in a presentation in support of a submission to Northland's draft Regional Land Transport Plan. "In our view the upgrade of SH1 between Auckland and Whangarei should be treated as a single, step-by-step "Road of National Significance" project for its entire length.... Not just the section between Puhoi and Wellsford."


  12. Arts NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    This year's Counterflows festival at the start of April features three Taiwanese sound artists visiting the UK for the first time. Lin Chiwei, Wang Fujui and DINO will each perform a set at Glasgow's CCA on Saturday April 4, where there will also be a screening of the film Ears Switched Off and On by Singing CHEN and a panel discussion about the Taiwan sound art scene.


  13. Walk2Work DayRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Scoop

    Get out on your feet next Wednesday 11 March Walk2Work Day to celebrate the universal method of getting around and one we do every day - walking. Increasingly the health benefits of active commuting and using public transport are being recognised and are well researched.


  14. More dogs for epilepsy charityRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | Scoop

    Auckland, 4 March, 2015 - The New Zealand Epilepsy Assist Dog Trust, based in Kumeu, can now train more dogs to assist people living with epilepsy, thanks to a donation from the global Bayer Cares Foundation. More than $4500 has been granted by the Foundation towards the selection and purchase of three young dogs as well as the training from an animal behaviourist.


  15. Tourist swimmers in the spotlight, as well as driversRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago |

    It's got to the point where Bay of Plenty Regional Council has had to issue a warning to swimmers to keep out of designated ski lanes in Rotorua lakes. According to Rotorua Wake & Ski Club president Ian Barker, it's a theme which echoes some of the problems seen on New Zealand roads , where tourists seem to not follow the rules.


  16. Award-winning architectural projects on displayRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | Scoop

    Earning a Masters of Architecture degree is, by any standards, a real achievement. But for four students from the School of Architecture and Planning at the University of Auckland, also scooping top national and international awards for their final-year thesis projects has been the icing on the cake after countless hours of study.


  17. Southeast Asian flavours to transform Wellington waterfrontRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Scoop

    Spicy flavours, animated puppets and entrancing gamelan music will enchant Wellingtonians as the ASEAN Southeast Asian Night Market returns in an expanded format. For the first time, the popular biennial festival will be held over two nights, taking place at Wellington waterfront on Te Papa promenade and Odlins Plaza from 6pm to 10pm on Friday 13 March and from 4pm to 10pm on Saturday 14 March.


  18. 31st Running Of Ironman New Zealand Set For SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Inside Triathlon

    This weekend, the 31st running of Ironman New Zealand will feature a pro race with returning champions and international fields. The event, which has been in the town of Taupo on New Zealand's North Island since 1999, is known for its incredible scenery.


  19. BOP Dairy Awards Boosts CareersRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Scoop

    Entering the Bay of Plenty Dairy Industry Awards has helped the region's 2015 Sharemilker/Equity Farmers of the Year, Grant and Karley Thomson, secure a new position beginning in June. The couple were the major winners at the 2015 Bay of Plenty Dairy Industry Awards held at the Awakeri Events Centre in Whakatane last night .


  20. Fixed vs Mobile Data PricingRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Geekzone

    Data is Data - whether it be delivered over a mobile or a fixed network. I can get a fixed broadband plan with unlimited data on Vodafone from $99 .