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  1. Rugby: 'Clinical' Hurricanes exploit cracks in Blues defencesRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The New Zealand Herald

    As the wind and rain continued to lash Auckland on Saturday, Hurricanes coach Chris Boyd gave a simple message to his team ahead of their match against the Blues. "We talked before the game about the things you usually associate the Hurricanes with," he said.

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  2. Sideswipe: May 25: PM servin' up beats?Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The New Zealand Herald

    PM servin' up some beats? "Some DJ in the UK who does crazy dance parties and looks just like John Key," tweets Joshua Drummond. Declined in supermarket "I stopped in at an unfamiliar supermarket to pick up some milk on my way home from visiting friends out west," writes Carmel.

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  3. Bulls coach takes time to look at Southland league talentRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Southland Times

    Mt Albert's Manu Weepu makes a break. Auckland Rugby League, Fox Memorial Premier, Mangere East Hawks v Mt Albert Lions, Walter Massey Park, Auckland, Saturday 23th May 2015.

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  4. Targa Rally thrills, spills and online wake-up callsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Stuff.co.nz

    A near crash in last week's Targa Rally served as a wakeup call for Mike O'Donnell to moderate his behaviour. The money online giants make from the sale of personal data should serve as a similar warning to consumers.

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  5. Muso's art exhibition in PictonRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Marlborough Express

    Keylines II, an art exhibition by the jazz violinist, opened this month with a performance by his band The Nairobi Trio , and is showing at The Diversion Gallery in Picton. The exhibition follows on from his Keylines exhibition which travelled to London, England, and Auckland earlier in the year.

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  6. Marlborough colleges channelling the BardRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Marlborough Express

    Marlborough Girls' College student Bonnie Harrison is going overseas in July, with the Shakespeare Globe Centre New Zealand Young Shakespeare Company. The annual National University of Otago Sheilah Winn Shakespeare Festival is coming to Wellington this Queen's Birthday weekend, and groups from both Marlborough Girls' and Marlborough Boys' Colleges will be competing.

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  7. Step right up for your new dream homeRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    Moves to slow Auckland's housing bubble are likely to spark a provA incial real estate boom, property experts say. The Reserve Bank's new loan-to-value restrictions - forcing investors buying in the Auckland Council area to have a minimum deposit of 30 per cent for A purchases from A October - mean people will turn attention to the likes of A Hamilton, Thames, Cambridge and Whangarei.

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  8. Football: Son inspired to follow in dad's footstepsRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    Diego Poyet has been inspired by father Gus, a star at Chelsea and Tottenham during his playing days. Photo / Michael Craig In some cases, such exposure can push children away from their parents' pursuits but that was never going to happen with Poyet.

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  9. SNP fury as HS2 finds 'no business case' for taking fast train service to ScotlandRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | The Independent

    The A 50bn High Speed Two rail link will not be extended to Scotland, as the team behind the project has found there is "no business case" for the undertaking. The Scottish National Party reacted with fury when The Independent on Sunday passed on the news, its Transport spokesman Drew Hendry describing it as a "snub" to Scotland that ignored the "undeniable economic case" of a new railway linking London to Glasgow and Edinburgh.

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  10. Discredited vaccine advice endangers babiesRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz

    Michaela McNally, with her daughter Maggie, 10 months after contracting the flu and being placed in an induced coma to give birth. Expectant parents are being advised against vaccination by the very nurses and teachers who are supposed to give babies the best start in life.

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  11. The cultural cringe is alive and wellRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The New Zealand Herald

    There is no shortage of media commentary to assist the bewildered - Gavin Ellis on Radio NZ's Nine to Noon's; the NZ Herald 's gadfly, John Drinnan; a variety of voices on Maori TV. They all have their strengths, but when I want to know what the real media power players are thinking, I tune in to Guy, Sharyn and Clint on ZM where I'm likely to hear MediaWorks' boss Mark Weldon sitting in for an hour getting down with the homies and taking calls like this one from Susie, who asked why he hated drama so much and why he loved crap reality TV so much? "Well," said Weldon, "it's reality, it's sort of real and it's meaningful to these people.

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  12. Weekender: Museum Art Hotel, WellingtonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Stuff.co.nz

    Yes, I know there's a twitching pile of politicians in Wellington too, but, honestly, who wants to see in the flesh what we have to endure in slim soundbites sandwiched between nightly weather reports? The Museum Art Hotel provides possibly the city's least civil service-friendly experience, perched at the southern end of the waterfront , opposite Te Papa and the city's Sunday Harbourside Market. Rooms with a perfect sea view north and east mean you can check which direction the wind's whipping the white caps across Lambton Harbour; city views let you monitor the week's hipster beard-trim of choice.

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  13. Tunnel closure set to impact rail travel over June and JulyRead the original story

    Yesterday | Kirkintilloch Today

    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. The main route between Glasgow and Edinburgh will have replacement buses in effect near Linlithgow, as the Winchburgh tunnel is closed in preparation for electrification of the line from Saturday, June 13, until Monday, July 27. Anyone travelling to Edinburgh will change trains at Croy for a service to Linlithgow and will then have to board a third train via a diverted route or take an express bus to the city centre.

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  14. Young musicians in Dumfries and Galloway win funding awardsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Galloway Today

    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. The Agar Trust received 55 applications from traditional, classical, jazz and brass band musicians from all over Scotland including Sutherland, Aberdeen-shire, Highlands, Moray, Outer Hebrides, Dumfries and Galloway and Scottish Borders.

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  15. Waihopai topple Old Boys in Donald Gray CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Southland Times

    Waihopai's football players have every right to celebrate long into the night after causing something of a boil-over by beating the more fancied Old Boys Laker House Of Travel unit in their Premier Men's Donald Gray Cup game played at Surrey Park on Saturday. Waihopai took an early 1-nil lead but Old Boys claimed a goal back to level it at 1-1.

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  16. 17 things to do with the kids in Dorset during half-termRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bournemouth Echo

    Looking for ways to keep the children entertained over the half-term holiday? then here are some ideas for next week. If you're looking for something to keep you busy over the bank holiday weekend, then you can find suggestions in our round-up here The Met Office says Monday will be mainly dry, Tuesday will be cloudy, Wednesday will see sunny intervals developing after a cloudy start, while Thursday could be unsettled.

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  17. Can Cameron take us to the brink on Europe yet still keep us in?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    Conservatives who tell you Scotland must never have another independence referendum are the same people, as often as not, who complain that voters have not had "a say" on Europe in 40 years. Conservatives who tell you Scotland must never have another independence referendum are the same people, as often as not, who complain that voters have not had \"a say\" on Europe in 40 years.

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  18. Vuckic backed to hit targetRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sporting Life

    Gavin McGrane previews this weekend's action in Scotland and he's backing Rangers forward Haris Vuckic to shine against Hibs. The final round of regular season fixtures take place this weekend and the final standings are just about settled with only St Johnstone and Dundee Utd left with anything to play for.

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  19. Motueka Economic Summit gazes into a new wave futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Nelson Mail

    When it come to long-term planning, 15 years does not seem like a long time. We think of dramatic changes happening over generations, not half-generations.

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  20. Edinburgh entrepreneur has designs on rapid growth for Ness clothing chainRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    ADRIENNE MacAulay can trace the roots of the Ness clothing and accessories chain she co-founded to the difficulties she had finding a very particular type of handbag in 1990s Edinburgh. ADRIENNE MacAulay can trace the roots of the Ness clothing and accessories chain she co-founded to the difficulties she had finding a very particular type of handbag in 1990s Edinburgh.

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