#47 Kiwi Heroes in the World

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Edge Message #47 from Brian Sweeney, producer NZEDGE.COM


Greetings. New today on New Zealand Edge is a Links page; we’ve started with 24 websites relating to edge theory, New Zealanders overseas (clubs, networks, friendship societies), news and news context from New Zealand, arts and letters; music; science and innovation; Te Maori; entrepreneurship; cuisine; fashion – and the mighty All Blacks. Links In the nicest possible way, go get lost.

Today in NEWZEDGE, our sweep through the online sites of the world media looking for the letter “Z”, we present inspirational stories of international New Zealanders:

  • Alan Beaven: NZ Hero of Sept 11
  • MagicBook wins Discover Prize
  • “Still Life” wins Montreal Film Festival
  • RIP Allen Curnow
  • Maz Quinn qualifies for Surfing Worlds
  • Melissa Moon champ of mountain running
  • Graeme Wheeler is World Bank Treasurer
  • Phil Keoghan’s “Amazing Race” on CBS
  • Ken Gorbey works Holocaust Museum
  • Peter Walker evokes “The Fox Boy”
  • Peter Gordon opens Providores London
  • Gandalf exalts over Middle Earth
  • Margaret Mahy wins literature prize
  • Tall Blacks win series vs Australia!
  • Corporate drain from NZ
  • Neil Finn’s extemporising tour in UK
  • Grant Dalton commands respect
  • Natural History NZ wins in Japan
  • Mark Johnson records whales in Mex Gulf
  • Anna Paquin on NY stage
  • Toddy to Edinburgh

We’re a little late getting this out, business is just so busy, which is good, and besides, news is often more interesting two months out, especially when you’ve never read it in the first place! There are several things we have planned for nzedge over the next five weeks, so stay tuned.

Brian Sweeney Co-founder, editor The Zealand Edge brian@nzedge.com www.nzedge.com
Co-founder, Editor
The New Zealand Edge

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