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Lincoln-born Phil Keoghan, Emmy Award-winning host of television show ‘The Amazing Race’, shares some of his on and off air adventures with USA Today ahead of the show’s 13th season and a stint in New Zealand. “New Zealanders are very proud of their indigenous Maori culture,” Keoghan says in the interview. “We were looking to get something of that in the show. We ended up having the teams search for Maori warriors on an extinct volcano (near Auckland), and it was the most magical morning when they arrived: As the sun was rising, there were these warriors doing the haka with a magnificent rainbow over the top of the hill.” ‘The Amazing Race’ won an Emmy this year for best Reality-Competition Programme, the show’s sixth such accolade.


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Ruined Christchurch Houses Released with Light

Ruined Christchurch Houses Released with Light

“For centuries, crosses and circles have been used to mark houses either visited by disease or targeted for burglary. This act of externalising the interior life of a home is something…