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  1. Checklist: 10 things to do this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    41 min ago | Sunday Herald

    The first of two big charity events in Glasgow city centre over the weekend, the Clyde Stride consists of a family focused 5K or 10K evening walk along the River Clyde and across several of its famous bridges. Organised as a fundraiser for the Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice's Brick By Brick Appeal, fancy dress is optional, and there are lots of games, music, warm-up activities for participants before the event gets underway - including a live show based on Disney's Frozen at 7.30pm.

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  2. Picasso Trio member diesRead the original story w/Photo

    48 min ago | Timaru Herald

    John Stuart McMillan, who died in Christchurch recently, will be long remembered by the many who recognised his outstanding contribution to the music world - as a vocalist, pianist and organist - and for his weekly motoring reviews in The Timaru Herald . A significant factor in his musical career of yesteryear was his association with the award-winning Picasso Trio where his musical ability and resonant bass-baritone voice scored success after success.

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  3. Panmure Bridge School goes on Zoofari at Auckland ZooRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Scoop

    Auckland Zoo was very excited to welcome 170 students from Panmure Bridge School today for their roaringly great Warehouse School Zoofari programme. The Warehouse School Zoofari is an innovative three-year partnership between Auckland Zoo and The Warehouse Auckland and Northland, with support from Ritchies Transport, which assists children from low-decile schools in the Auckland and Northland regions to experience conservation-based learning programmes at the Zoo.

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  4. The Bottom LineRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Sunday Herald

    WE were struck by the beguiling advertisement for one of Scotland's most popular tourist draws when we arrived back at Glasgow Airport this week. Inviting visitors to "immerse" themselves in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, we hoped the marketeers were being figurative with their choice of verb as we made our way shivering to the exit.

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  5. Forty years of Timaru's Seido karate clubRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Timaru Herald

    The Timaru branch of the World Seido Karate organisation has much to celebrate as it toasts 40 years in the town this weekend. The club was started in 1975, after 120 eager students attended a karate demonstration by Richard Ivess of the Christchurch Mas Oyama karate Club.

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  6. TRENZ worth tens of millions of dollars to New ZealandRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Scoop

    More than 1100 international and New Zealand delegates will arrive in Rotorua to attend TRENZ 2015 , the tourism industry's annual showcase, worth tens of millions of dollars to the country and directly injecting around $2 million into the local economy. TRENZ is the $24 billion New Zealand tourism industry's premium international trade event, bringing together hundreds of international tourism and travel buyers to negotiate new business deals with several hundred leading New Zealand tourism operators.

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  7. McCaw, Carter face farewell matches as Crusaders chase playoffs place in Super RugbyRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press

    All Blacks stars Richie McCaw and Dan Carter are likely to play their last home matches for the Crusaders when they meet the Queensland Reds at the start of the 13th round of Super Rugby on Friday. It will be the Crusaders' last match in Christchurch in the regular season.

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  8. Oily Rag - Frugal feijoasRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Scoop

    We have previously written about giant pumpkins, but never before about giant feijoas. Unlike pumpkins, which are measured in hundreds of kilograms, giant feijoas are measured in hundreds of grams.

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  9. Change to southern routes includes new busesRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | The Otago Daily Times

    New buses to be bought for the Dunedin ''southern routes'' will be similar to this air-conditioned Man-Designline urban bus is operated by Go Bus Transport in Hamilton. Photo supplied.

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  10. How to see Prince Harry in SydneyRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

    GET in line ladies, Prince Harry is making a rare public appearance in Australia. See him while he's still here and still has most of his hair.

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  11. DAE Invitational Golf Classic Returns To Taupo In MayRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | PR Log

    PRLog - May 6, 2015 - ORLANDO, Fla. -- Worldwide timeshare exchange company, DAE, is hosting its second annual DAE Invitational Golf Classic in Taupo, New Zealand, from 10th to 14th May. It follows on from the success of last year's inaugural tournament, which saw around 70 local and international players take part in the 5-day friendly tournament, with close to 100 expected this year.

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  12. Rants & Raves: Rubbish cityRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    Tell us what you love about life in New Zealand - and what needs to change. Email rantandrave@nzherald.co.nz Rant How unbelievably ungrateful are those individuals who use and abuse the Barry Curtis sports park.

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  13. City Council approves new parking lot for 2,200 at IAHRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Houston Chronicle

    The Houston City Council on Wednesday approved construction of an additional parking lot at Bush Intercontinental Airport to add more parking options as travel demand grows. The EcoPark II Parking lot would cost about $14.5 million total from airport funds.

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  14. Twelve Questions: Dave VeartRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    Auckland archaeologist and heritage expert Dave Veart tells the history of New Zealand through food and toys in his books First Catch Your Weka and Hello Girls and Boys! Dave Veart was won over to archaeology after reading about it when he was sick as a child. Photo / Nick Reed 1. Does New Zealand have much history to dig up? New Zealanders are often surprised by the fact that we have a history.

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  15. Tour will keep Prince Harry busyRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    And he has lots to look forward to - including some good local fare in Stewart Island, a waka lesson in Whanganui and even having a go at the Army's official haka when he visits Palmerston North. The 30-year-old's first official tour of the country will begin on Saturday, when he lands in Wellington.

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  16. Burberry: Let's Go Shopping (For Stocks) In EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    As more and more money leaves US funds for Europe, I'm sure a lot of retail investors are also looking for opportunities overseas in individual stocks. A great way to get exposure to such markets through individual securities is through ADRs.

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  17. Rural College Hosts Evening for Adults Too Busy to Study Full Time...Read the original story

    14 hrs ago | PressReleasePoint

    When a busy Highland nurse and farmer's wife wanted to contribute more to the family business, going back to college was not an option. Instead she studied at home, on-line, to complete her HNC.

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  18. Biologist hails 'big bang' Scots flower discoveryRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Scotsman.com

    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 discovery of a second colony of Scotland's newest native flower is the botanical equivalent of "looking at the big bang in the first milliseconds of its occurrence", according to the scientist who found it.

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  19. BreabachRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The Northern Scot

    Piper Calum MacCrimmon revealed that the band's next album will reflect those journeys and that audiences a little closer to home will get a taste of that music as they tour Scotland over the next couple of months. "I guess it's a reflection of the places and people than we've been to and seen and throughout the tour we'll be trying out some new material," MacCrimmon said.

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  20. T in the ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Radio Borders

    Boasting a truly incredible line-up, T in the Park's debut outing at its new stunning location of Strathallan Castle is shaping up to be an unmissable weekend! The Scottish musical extravaganza is headlined by indie-rock powerhouses Kasabian, The Libertines and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds alongside dance bastions The Prodigy, Avicii and David Guetta. As if those headliners weren't enough to get you fired up, also confirmed across the weekend are Sam Smith, The Script, Stereophonics, Fat Boy Slim, George Ezra, Jessie J, Jamie T, Paloma Faith, Above & Beyond, Duke Dumont, Gorgon City, Clean Bandit, Afrojack and many, many more.

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