#194: Rachel Hunter’s Tour of Beauty

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From Brian Sweeney, producer NZEDGE.COM | 14 December 2015 | #194 | New York
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Film & TV | Crawford County Avalanche
09 December 2015
Rachel Hunter’s Tour of Beauty
New Zealander Rachel Hunter, once one of the world’s most-photographed supermodels, is now on a quest to discover the secrets of lasting beauty, great health and extraordinary longevity in diverse cultures around the world, on her television show, Rachel Hunter’s…

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Film & TV | Deadline
14 December 2015
Peter Jackson-Backed Movie Museum Wins Approval
“Hobbits, Orcs, Ents and maybe even some Na’vi are getting their own museum in New Zealand’s capital city,” writes Nancy Tartaglione in an article for…
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New Zealand | Huffington Post (The)
14 December 2015
5 Treasures of New Zealand’s South Island
Tourists often claim to have travelled the South Island after having spent a few days in the adventure capital Queenstown, according to Perzen Patel, who has travelled New…
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Nature | Japan Times (The)
13 December 2015
New Zealand Voices Strong Protest over Japan’s Antarctic Whaling
New Zealand has led an “international protest on Monday against Japan’s plans to resume its…
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Medicine/Health | Healthcare Innovations
13 December 2015
NZ Launches Healthier Lives Challenge
The New Zealand government recently launched the Healthier Lives National Science Challenge – a program that “will seek better prevention, diagnosis and treatment methods for cancer,…
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Writers | Malaysian Digest
12 December 2015
Legions of Fans Greet Author Lang Leav in KL
Best-selling poet and author Lang Leav’s cult following of devoted fans from all over the world, began with her poetry being shared by millions on Tumblr and…
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Sport General | Hindu (The)
12 December 2015
Mark Inglis Looks Back at the Top of the World
In Hyderabad, India to give a talk to the students of Woxsen School of Business, the first double amputee to climb Mt Everest, New Zealander Mark Inglis said the…
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New Zealand | Economic Times (The)
11 December 2015
Christchurch an Absolute Delight
Disembarking in Christchurch after a TranzAlpine rail journey through “knockout” landscapes, Economic Times reporter Charukesi Ramaduri says that though there are signs of the devastating earthquake…
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Visual Arts | Sydney Morning Herald (The)
11 December 2015
Jess Johnson’s Wurm Haus an Otherworldly Experience
New Zealand-born artist Jess Johnson’s new exhibition, on at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), is arresting – a series of…
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Taste | Forbes
10 December 2015
Great Food and Beer Intersect in Wellington
“Like Melbournians, Wellingtonians take their food and drink culture extremely seriously,” Jason Lim reports for Forbes. “The city is said to have more restaurants,…
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Travel | YouTube
10 December 2015
Aurora Australis over Queenstown, NZ
Watch this beautifully filmed video of the Aurora Australis over Queenstown, New Zealand.
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Media | Financial Times
10 December 2015
Virgin’s Tom Mockridge Talks New Challenges
New Zealander Tom Mockridge, chief executive of British cable group Virgin Media, talks with the Financial Times about broadband, News Corp and why UK football…
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Music | Wall Street Journal (The)
10 December 2015
John Metcalfe Blends Influences on Sycamore
One-time member of post-punk band the Durutti Column, composer, arranger and viola player New Zealand-born John Metcalfe has written “Sycamore,” which draws on the…
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Sport | YouTube
09 December 2015
Over the Fence – Ohakune Old Coach Road
Hyundai Country Calendar presents the tutors love their jobs teaching young people agriculture skills on a marae-based training course near Ohakune. Watch the Over the…
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Visual Arts | Observer
09 December 2015
Works by Susan Te Kahurangi King a Miami Must See
The booth of Auckland artist Susan Te Kahurangi King is one of seven must-sees at this year’s Art Basel Miami, according to New York’s…
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Taste | Irish Examiner
09 December 2015
Jess Murphy’s Kai Cafe Making Fans
Kai Cafe and Restaurant was opened by New Zealander Jess Murphy and her Irish husband, David in 2011, with a simple formula – high-quality produce, preferably organic or wild, sourced locally and…
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