EDGE #372 Grace Stratton an InStyle Badass Woman for 2019 + 12 Stories

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From Brian Sweeney, publisher, NZEDGE.COM | 18 July 2019 | #372 | New York
Researched, edited and produced by Jane Nye (Wellington), Carla Hofler (Auckland), Alexandra Burnside (New York).
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Fashion | InStyle
16 July 2019
Grace Stratton an InStyle Badass Woman for 2019
Nineteen year old kiwi Grace Stratton, founder of accessible fashion website allisforall.com (AIFA), has been recognised as one of American InStyle magazine’s 50 Badass Women for 2019 https://www.instyle.com/celebrity/50-badass-women-2019 – a list of ‘women who…

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Sport General | Malay Mail (The)
11 July 2019
Phoenix Player Sarpreet Singh Signs with Bayern
Wellington Phoenix midfielder Sarpreet Singh, 20, has signed with German powerhouse Bayern Munich in one of the highest-profile transfers of a New Zealand…
 
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New Zealand | Guardian (The)
12 July 2019
Visiting New Zealand’s Oldest City Dunedin
“Dunedin has long had a reputation in New Zealand as the country’s avant garde student haven, a gritty post-industrial city now home to artists, musicians…
 
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Community/General | New Straits Times
13 July 2019
Stephen Hall Celebrates Manglish with New Book
New Zealand-born linguist Dr Stephen Hall and his English language specialist wife Dr Lee Su Kim have teamed up to record a very unique number of colloquialisms…
 
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Sport General | Swindon Advertiser
15 July 2019
Andrew Nicholson Claims Another Barbury Win
New Zealand eventer Andrew Nicholson has continued his Barbury Horse Trials brilliance with another victory in the event’s premier competition as Swallow Springs…
 
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Cricket | NZEDGE.com
15 July 2019
Winning The World From The Edge
In the greatest game of cricket ever played – it was the World Cup final after all – it was New-Zealand born Englishman Ben Stokes who grittily anchored the home team at Lords against the Black Caps in…
 
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Cricket | Indian Express (The)
16 July 2019
Star Batter Kane Williamson Surpasses Them All
“Martin Crowe’s batting was grace personified and had he been alive, he would have been the first one to acknowledge that Kane Williamson, 28, probably is…
 
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Community/General | Buzzfeed
17 July 2014
5 YEARS AGO
New Zanada is Officially The Nicest Country In The World
BuzzFeed has compiled a list of how great two of the nicest countries in the world would be if they were put together. The joined nation of New Zealand and Canada, dubbed New Zanada…
 
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Travel & Tourism | The LA Times
16 July 2009
10 YEARS AGO
Mobile Bach Adventure
A Christchurch Classic Camper Volkswagen Vanagon is rented by Los Angeles Times’ reporter Mary Engel and her  husband who says the rented vehicle makes for an “experience still more up-close and personal…
 
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Arts | ABC
18 July 2004
15 YEARS AGO
Play it Again, John
Auckland University student John Chen was the overall winner at the 8th Sydney International Piano Competition, held June 30 – July 17. The 18-year-old competed against 36 rigorously selected…
 
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Legends | Orginators
20 December 1999
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William Atack
William Harrington Atack, of Canterbury, was the first sports referee in the world to use a whistle to stop a game. Today the referee’s whistle is a ubiquitous feature in…
 
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Legends | Orginators
24 June 2007
LEGENDS
Robert J Dickie
RJ Dickie invented, patented and marketed the world’s first stamp vending machine. His machines were in use for 50 years, 18,000 were used in Britain…
 
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Legends | Orginators
20 December 1999
LEGENDS
Ernest Godward
An innovator of many talents. During the 1930s he was a leading world expert on the internal combustion engine. He built power tools, eggbeaters…
 
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