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  • 5 things to do this weekend

    1FRINGE IS HERE: Make sure you get along to at least one of the many events at the festival. brimming with weird and wonderful creativity. Theatre, circus, art, digital technology, music, poetry, cabaret, fashion, drag and more — anything and everything goes. It runs from now until October 16. Visit whangareifringe.co.nz

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    7OUR TREASURES: Art evokes emotions of our colonial past

  • Royal offspring lose titlesA Danish prince yesterday accused his mother, Queen Margrethe, of harming his children by stripping them of their royal titles so they could have a more normal life. Prince Joachim, her second son, claimed he was only given five days’ notice that his children would not be called prince or princess or their royal highness from January 1 and only addressed as excellencies instead. “We are all very sad. It’s never fun to see your children being harmed. They have been put in a situation they do not understand,” he told the Ekstra Bladet newspaper. Princes Nikolai, 23, Felix, 20, Henrik, 13, and Princess Athena, 10, have been allowed to keep using their titles as “counts and countess of Monpezat”. Margrethe, 82, who stripped four of her eight grandchildren of their titles, said: “It is a consideration I have had for quite a long time and I think it will be good for them in their future.”

  • ● FLORAL FANCY

    MIRANDA PRIESTLY might have rolled her eyes at the mention of spruiking florals for spring in The Devil Wears Prada but, when it comes to the world of beauty, there really is no better time to embrace notes of freshly picked blooms. These latest launches are perfectly timed for the new season, whether you’re searching for a new scent, a bit of makeup magic or a dose of floral delight for the home.

  • QUIZ

    1 Sarah Jessica Parker played Carrie, Kim Cattrall played Samantha, Kristin Davis played Charlotte. Who played Miranda?

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    Freezing Order

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  • GARLIC A-GO-GO

    GARLIC HAS BEEN A favourite with chefs for years. But recently some international chefs have abandoned their friend. They’ve eliminated garlic from dishes saying customers have thanked them for giving them ‘a breath of fresh air’.

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