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Weather Eyewith John Maunder Professor Ole Humlum, of the Institute of Geosciences, University of Oslo, Norway, maintains a very comprehensive climate web site and much of this WeatherEye is from his website.  See http://www.climate4you.com A...

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John ArtsAbundant Living www.johnarts.co.nz If you use a joint supplement for osteoarthritis then stop reading and get the bottle and check the amount of Chondroitin Sulphate in the daily dose. Most older-style formula will have up to 20 per cent...

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Brian RogersRogers Rabbits www.sunlive.co.nz Or so the saying goes, in the water treatment industry. The excrement has really hit the fan in Havelock North, where the community is finding out the hard way that it doesn't pay to skimp on...

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Culinary Conversationswith Peter BlakewayFood writer, caterer and private chef I know I'm biased, but the fact is our kitchens have reflected the social and economic changes in our society throughout history. Go back in time and the kitchen...

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Dive Right Inwith Gwyn Brownfrom Tauranga Dive About 15 years ago a group of mates and myself got very keen on the idea of drift diving. This is where you dive in an area that has a lot of current and you basically do the superman thing, but under...

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Todd TalksBy Todd Muller Last week I attended the Young Innovators Awards – the pre-eminent local competition for school kids aged nine-18 here in the Bay. There were more than 300 applications and the winners were astounding. If...

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Culinary Conversationswith Peter BlakewayFood writer, caterer and private chef During the last few weeks I've been talking about the changing of the seasons and how that changes the way we eat. This has brought me, almost inevitably to the...

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Art Beatwith Rosalie Crawford The recent huge interest in film making generated by the BOP Film community has resulted in requests for workshops for people keen to learn about the many facets of making a movie.BOP Film's Just 3 Girls. Who...

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Sideline SidSports correspondent & historian www.sunlive.co.nz Watching the All Blacks demolish the Wallabies on Saturday night from a Australian perspective, was an interesting experience for this long time rugby fanatic. Free to air on Channel...

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Weather Eyewith John Maunder The latest global average temperatures of the troposphere – those observed from US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration satellites – are computed by the University of Alabama at Huntsville in...

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Are you ready?with Leigh Elder Every second day a headline screams out about our growing obesity and diabetes numbers. While we agree that raising awareness around the obvious risks associated with drinking sugary drinks is a good move, in the...

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Clayton MitchellNew Zealand First MP Trump and Clinton 2016, has shown US voters feeling so disillusioned with their democratic process that many are planning on not voting at all. Back in New Zealand we found out last week that in a number of...

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John ArtsAbundant Living www.johnarts.co.nz If you use a joint supplement for osteoarthritis then stop reading and get the bottle and check the amount of Chondroitin Sulphate in the daily dose. Most older-style formula will have up to 20 per cent...

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Brian RogersRogers Rabbits www.sunlive.co.nz We've had an overload of heavy metals originating from the pristine waters of the Bay of Plenty.But don't go calling the pollution hotline… these metals are all good. They're...

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Simon BridgesNational MP simonbridges.co.nz Having access to quality internet is a vital part of modern life. It is something we have come to expect. It makes our personal lives more efficient and convenient, gives businesses immediate access to...

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Art Beatwith Rosalie Crawford Making a short film on one weekend that tells the story of 100 trained assassins, one evil warlord, one ancient relic and just three girls was a big task. It also provided a brilliant opportunity to showcase the high...

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Sideline SidSports correspondent & historian www.sunlive.co.nz Sideline Sid and Mrs Sid picked the wrong time for their annual sojourn to the Queensland's Sunshine Coast, with the Rio Olympics in full swing. Kiwi participation and results is non...

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Weather Eyewith John Maunder Thermometers, have been available to record air temperatures since the early 1600's, and the first known temperatures were those recorded in England at about 1650. Various people have been credited with the invention...

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John ArtsAbundant Living www.johnarts.co.nz Glucosamine and chondroitin are often familiar words for those with osteoarthritis. But what are they? What do they do? Can they help? Is there research to suggest how these could be used? Today, we did...

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