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Acquitted of killing his brother-in-law, Ewen Macdonald is now playing club rugby in Christchurch
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He was the man charged and then sensationally acquitted of murdering his brother-in-law Scott Guy in a bitter dispute over who would take over the family farm. Now, as the Guy family continues to grieve the loss of a son, husband and father, Macdonald ...

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French oak egg, golden eggs, pushing the boundaries of winemaking
Taranaki Daily News
Winemaker Tony Bish imported an oak egg from France which will be used to make chardonnay. RICHARD BRIMER. Bish looks into the oak egg, which will be the centre piece at his new winery. RICHARD BRIMER. Bish tastes wine from his golden, concrete ...

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The founder of the disastrous Fyre Festival has a history of overpromising 'elite' access
Washington Post
Long before he was forced to apologize for his now notorious Fyre Festival, entrepreneur Billy McFarland founded another company in 2013 called Magnises that made some familiar-sounding promises targeting status-seeking millennials. For an annual ...
Fyer Fest fiasco: Bahamas party becomes huge disappointmentABC News
Paradise Lost: Luxury music festival turns into chaos89.3 KPCC
What's happening now with Fyre Festival? Some apologies, lots of finger pointingThe Boston Globe
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 29 Apr 2017 

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Unsafe levels of shellfish toxins on Waikato's west coast
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Mussels, oysters, tuatua, pipi and toheroa are just some of the shellfish covered by the warning. If you were planning on gathering kaimoana on the west Waikato coast this weekend, think again. Paralytic toxins in shellfish there are above safe levels ...
Shellfish collection bans for WaikatoRadio New Zealand
Shellfish warning issued for Raglan, WaikatoNewstalk ZB

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 29 Apr 2017 

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Cold snap could bring frost, thunder
Radio New Zealand
It's likely to be a wet evening for much of the North Island, with MetService saying thunderstorms are possible for some areas. Rain pours down in the Auckland CBD. Rain pours down in Auckland CBD. (file photo) Photo: RNZ / Claire Eastham-Farrelly.
Thunderstorms, gales and snow in store for weekendStuff.co.nz
Sunday's national forecast - becoming colder for manyWeatherWatch.co.nz
Cold snap on way for SouthOtago Daily Times

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 29 Apr 2017 

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Immigration is great, but we need the right people
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We are all the better for the skills and rich culture immigrants bring. When it's working, immigration is a win-win. But, currently, it's not working. New Zealanders are reasonable and fair-minded. We need to able to talk about an immigration policy ...
Liam Dann: Let's lead the world on immigration debateNew Zealand Herald

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Space: The Final Homework Frontier
Newsweek
Bacteria are a vexing problem for astronauts. The microorganisms that colonize our bodies grow uncontrollably on surfaces of the International Space Station, so astronauts spend hours cleaning them up each week. How is NASA solving this very tiny big ...
Download ET MARKETS APPEconomic Times
NASA Astronaut Peggy Whitson Sets New Record for Time in Space | NASANASA
Astronaut Peggy Whitson Has Now Spent More Time in Space Than Any Other AmericanFortune

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Kieran Read's broken thumb overshadows Crusaders' big win over Cheetahs
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All Blacks captain Kieran Read had to be taken to hospital after suffering a thumb injury. All Blacks captain Kieran Read is having an operation to repair the thumb he broke during the Crusaders' emphatic 48-21 win over the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein.
Rugby: Broken thumb puts Kieran Read in doubt for Lions seriesNew Zealand Herald
Crusaders continue on winning wayRadio New Zealand
Classy Crusaders run Cheetahs raggedSport24
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