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Harassment of woman walking through NYC ‘shocking’

An online video of a young woman being harassed as she walks the streets of NYC has been labelled as shocking.

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‘Paris’ by Chanel

From Gabrielle Chanel to Karl Lagerfeld, discover these legendary locations and how the Chanel story continues to be written.

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London’s iconic telephone boxes go green and solar

London’s iconic red telephone boxes are getting a green makeover as free, solar-powered mobile chargers.

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Flying Jafflechutes to take on New York

It’s a bird. It’s a plane.. It’s a… cheese jaffle? Melbourne’s first “float-down eatery”, Jafflechutes have been delivering hot, toasted […]

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Royals receive traditional welcome in Christchurch

Kate and William received a “hongi” from Henare Rakiihia Tau who welcomed the royals to the city of Christchurch.

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Cupcake ATM gives New Yorkers 24-hour supply of sweets

For the city that never sleeps, a vending machine that sells fresh cupcakes makes its debut in New York City.

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NYC buildings explosion kills at least two people

Two residential buildings in New York collapsed in an explosion believed to be caused by a gas leak, killing two people, injuring at least 22, and setting off a search for more feared trapped in the debris.

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Re:START Christchurch

We catch up with the Christchurch Re:START program and find out what else is happening in this resilient city.

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Detroit Files For Bankruptcy

We take a look in pictures at the city of Detroit, which filed the largest municipal bankruptcy in US history last week.

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China’s air pollution reduces citizens life expectancy

China’s air pollution problem is well documented. But now it seems it is shortening its citizen’s life expectancy.

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Broadway dim lights in honour of James Gandolfini

Broadway theatres are dimming their marquees in memory of Sopranos actor James Gandolfini, during his funeral service in NYC today.

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Prague proposes singles-only train carriages

Looking for love in Prague? Officials are hoping to lend a hand to the cause with singles-only carriages on trains.

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Walking the capital beer trail

Beer lovers can give their arms and legs a workout in Wellington all in the name of a few good ales thanks to the city’s craft beer trail.

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Three beans hot new roastery

We explore the latest food and drink offerings at the new City Works Depot in Auckland, including it’s much anticipated coffee haunt.

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GPS Brings New Clarity To City Driving

Spanish researchers are developing a low cost GPS, designed to overcome the so-called “canyon effect” of inner-city driving, and offering a 90% improvement over any competing technology currently available to consumers.

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White otter cubs charm aquarium visitors

An unusual four-month old white river otter cub is the latest attraction at the Sunshine City Aquairum in downtown Tokyo.

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Walks in nature

Designer Anna Carlile’s love for bush walking lead her to create Walks in Nature, photographic cards that showcase walks across the country which allow you to immerse yourself into some of the most spectacular scenery.

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NY stores unveil christmas window extravaganzas

New York City stores delight shoppers with imaginative holiday seasonal window displays.

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City Gallery’s season of Kermadec

Oceanic art inspired by the Kermadecs has united a group of leading contemporary artists who have joined The Pew Environment Group in its mission to protect the Kermadec region and create an ocean sanctuary.

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Urban trends

Kylie Legge is the author of Doing it Differently, a book which looks at community-led projects happening in cities around the world. From book-shares to pop-up gardens, she tells us about some of the grass-roots initiatives you could get involved with.

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Posh pet hotel is no ordinary dog house

Offering full sized beds and flat screen TVs, a new luxury hotel for pets opens in New York City.

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Urban beekeeping

Matt Lumalasi, from Melbourne City Rooftop Honey, tells us how his love of urban beekeeping saw a small hobby project explode into a flourishing business that benefits the community and the environment.

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San Fransisco and America’s Cup 2013

MiNDFOOD’s Associate editor Carolyn Enting tells us about her recent travels through San Fransisco and the preparation for next year’s Americas Cup set to be hosted in the windy city.

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Krakow’s day of the dachshund

Dachshund owners in Poland take their four-legged friends for a walk through the centre of Krakow for the 18th annual Dachshund Parade.

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